For nailing (Spell)

From Grimorium Verum, Plangiere edition:

To Nail (an Enemy)

Go to a cemetery, remove a nail from an old coffin, saying:

Nails, I take you, so that you may serve to turn aside and cause evil to all persons whom I will.

In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen..

When you wish to use it, you must look for a footprint and making the three figures of GULAND, SURGAT and MORAIL, fix the nail in the middle saying:

Pater noster upto in terra [our father who art on earth]

Hit the nail with a stone, saying:

Curse evil to N . . ., until I remove thee.

Re-cover the place with a little dust, and remember it well, because one cannot remove the evil which this causes, but by removing the nail, and saying:

I remove thee, so that the evil which thou has caused to N. . ., shall cease. In the Name of the Father, and of the Son. and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Then take the nail out, and efface the characters: not with the same hand as you make them, but with the other. Thus it will be without danger.

This spell invokes the demons Morail Guland Surgat

The grimoires Grimorium Verum The Grimoire of Pope Honorius lists this spell.

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Publication of Grimorium Verum (lists this spell)