Make a Sigil – Spiral Template Sigil Printable

If you don’t know, a sigil is a magickal symbol that you create using a positive phrase written in the present tense. They can be used for any kind of magick, but they’re normally used for things like self-love, healing, and compassionate magick. I’ve talked about making sigils before, but did you know you can use templates to make sigils? I’ve created a new sigil printable for you all using a spiral template.

So, how do you use a spiral template for making a sigil? Let me tell you!

Step One: Write your positive phrase out in the present tense. Be as specific as possible! i.e. I have abundance and wealth to live comfortably and healthy with my family. (see? SUPER specific!)

Step Two: Cross out all vowels.
i.e. H-V-B-N-D-N-C-N-D-W-L-T-H-T-L-V-C-M-F-R-T-B-L-Y-N-D-H-L-T-H-Y-W-T-H-M-Y-F-M-L-Y (whew, that’s a lot of letters!)

Step Three: Cross out any repeat letters.
i.e. H-V-B-N-D-C-W-L-T-M-F-R-Y

Step Four: Connect the letters in the spiral to form your sigil! You can do this in order or in any order you want. The design you create with the letters will be your sigil – or your sigil base. Feel free to customize it how you see fit!


You have your sigil. Now what? Well, use it! I talk all about how to use sigils in the video I’ve included below.

And guess what?! You can also get these instructions in a sigil printable that comes straight from my own Grimoire.

If you want to download your own PDF version of this printable, click here!


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