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Translation to Mycenaean Greek (Or ancient greek.)

 
 
Reply Sat 27 Aug, 2011 04:23 pm
How whould the folowing be in Mycenaean greek. (Or ancient greek if translating to mycenaean greek isn't possible.)

"I consecrate you with the element of Earth."


"I consecrate you with the element of Air."


"I consecrate you with the element of Fire."

"I consecrate you with the element of Water."

"You are now consecrated in the name of the Tetragrammaton"

"I charge this Amulet to serve as power
for (name) a servant of God Almighty."

"I charge this Amulet by God Almighty:
I charge this Amulet by the virtues of the Sun, Moon, and Stars
I charge this Amulet by the Elemental powers of Earth, Air, Fire and Water.
I declare this Amulet now all empowered with the Energies of the Universe in which I have invoked.
By the name of the Tetragrammaton,
You are now charged!
So be it!"
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