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101+ Magickal Words and Sigils of Celestine Light to Manifest Your Desires

Embrosewyn Tazkuvel
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 2016 by Embrosewyn Tazkuvel

Where Did These Words Come From?
What’s a Sigil?
Why it is called “Magick”
Magickal Words & Sigils Work With Any Religious Belief Caveats
Why Magickal Words & Sigils Quickly Produce Results
Using Celestine Light Magick Is Safe
Using Celestine Light Magick Is Fair
Adding Sigils
Combine Magickal Words with Common
Words of Any Language
Combine Magickal Words with Powerful Imagery
Combine Multiple Magickal Words for Added Benefit
How To Activate The Magickal Words of Power In Your Life
Followup Actions To Amplify Your Success
The Power of the Numbers 3, 6, 9 & 12
Creating Personal Action Sigils
The Magick of I AM and I WILL
Relationship of Words of Power and Body Energy Centers
The Escalating Crescendo

Even common words and phrases such as stop!, I can, I can’t, I hate
you!, I love you, can powerfully affect how we feel and how we act
toward both ourselves and others. Simple subtle differences in words
can also make a huge difference in effect.
Many university studies have proven the power of positive words
and positive reinforcement to create superior results, while negative
words and phrases produced negative affects in test subjects. There is
literally magick in the common words we choose to speak; both
magick to help and magick to hurt. Add in truly magickal words of
Celestine Light that have dedicated and specific purposes of
transformation, and what might have seemed impossible becomes
possible and does so quickly.

My first exposure to the power of a single word was back in my
idealistic church affiliated days when I was in my early twenties. It was
about a month before I was scheduled to go on a mission for my
church. I had the opportunity to have a private meeting with President
Neff, the head of the mission in New York City where I lived at the
time. Though I had been called to serve elsewhere, we were
acquaintances and he asked me to visit him in his office on my last day in the city.

He was a little fellow, only a bit over five feet tall, but he was a
feisty, spiritual giant. He spent a few minutes asking friendly questions
about my family and wondering how much I was looking forward to
my upcoming adventure. Then in a more serious tone he asked,
“Are you going to be the best missionary in your mission?”
I puffed up my chest a little and told him enthusiastically, “I am
going to try my utmost to be the best missionary I can be.”
I thought I had given a great answer. But President Neff obviously
had a different opinion. “Stand up,” he ordered me curtly. Without
hesitation I quickly stood up in front of his desk. He stood up on the
other side of it facing me.
“I didn’t ask you if you were going to try to be the best missionary.
I asked you if your were going to be the best missionary.”
His reply was unexpected and I wasn’t sure how to respond. It
didn’t seem to be in the spirit of humility to state that I would be the
best. Nor did I even see how I could make that assumption as I did not
know a single other person that was already serving there as a
missionary. I tried to explain that to President Neff.
“Well you see, I know I will give it my best effort. You can count on
that. But there are over one hundred young men and women serving in
the mission I’m going to. I have never met even a single one of them. I
don’t think of missionary work as a competition. To state
unequivocally that I will be the best is a fairly competitive way of
looking at it. And even if I did look at it that way, how could I state I
would be the best, when in essence I don’t even know the efforts or
capabilities of my competition?”
President Neff, short President Neff, reached across his desk,
grabbed my shirt tightly in his fist and pulled me toward him so his
face was very close to mine.
“If you are only going to try you will have no chance to achieve your
potential. You will fail to achieve the excellence you could before you
even begin.” He released his hold on my shirt and motioned for me to
sit back down as he sat in his own chair again.
“Thoughts are powerful,” he elaborated, “spoken words even more
so. If you state that you will be the best, if that is your firm focus and
intent, what others do becomes irrelevant. Your statement of purpose
will become the reality, as long as you retain your focus and intent.”
Our meeting was soon over and I left president Neff’s office shortly
after his powerful pep talk, never to see or talk to him again. Though I
didn’t feel it at all in my mind or heart at that moment, before I said
goodbye I looked him in the eye and told him, “President Neff, I will
be the best missionary in my mission.”
He smiled and nodded his head in appreciation. “Saying it aloud is
the first step to making it reality.” He gave me a friendly pat on the
back as I walked out the door. “Now go out and do it!”
As the days passed I continued to reflect upon the mantra ‘Be the
best – Do it!’ And to my own amazement, in my short time as a
missionary, I did. The words propelled me, they inspired me and
motivated me to achieve far more than I would ever have planned on
doing before. And the difference was simply one word: “I will be”
rather than “I will try.”

Though this book is based upon using the magickal Words of Power
and transformation revealed in Celestine Light, it is not necessary for
you to even know what Celestine Light is for the words to be
powerfully effective in your life. You can subscribe to any belief
system, or none at all, and the Words of Power will still work their
magick for you. Just as uttering special powerful words of the spoken
language such as, you’re hired or you’re fired, or I love you and will
you marry me can have immediate transformative affects.
Words of Power & Transformation is all about learning how
to use specific words of uncommon power in precise ways, to help
achieve your goals. Special magickal words and activating phrases
have been revealed through Celestine Light that will stimulate
dormant energies and latent powers within you, and coalesce potent
energies from the world around you, to actualize that which you
command with focus and intensity. This book includes 101
transformational phrases containing 177 activating Words
of Power and their accompanying Sigils that will unlock many
of the doors you wish to pass through when you use them in their
harmony. But it is still up to you to followup with enough intent, focus
and often times passion, to step into and embrace the potential of the
portal you unlock.

Table of Contents
Where Did These Words Come From?
What’s a Sigil?
Why it is called “Magick”?
Magickal Words & Sigils Work With Any Religion Belief
Why Magickal Words & Sigils Quickly Produce Results
Using Celestine Light Magick Is Safe
Using Celestine Light Magick Is Fair
Adding Sigils
Combine Magickal Words with Common Words of Any Language
Combine Magickal Words with Powerful Imagery
Combine Multiple Magickal Words for Added Benefit
How To Activate The Magickal Words of Power In Your Life
Followup Actions To Amplify Your Success
The Power of the Numbers 3, 6, 9 & 12
Creating Personal Action Sigils
The Magick of I AM and I WILL
Relationship of Words of Power and Body Energy Centers
The Escalating Crescendo
Celestine Light Magickal Words & Sigils
Change and Improve Yourself
1. Become More Loving & Loveable
2. Become More Passionate
3. Become More Self Confident & Empowered
4. Become More Balanced
5. Become Less Critical
6. Become More Discerning
7. Gain More Self Respect
8. Become More Spontaneous & Playful
9. Increase Your Luck
10. Release Useless Guilt or Shame
11. Increase Your Ability to Focus on a Task
12. Increase Your Spirituality & Closeness to the Divine
13. Turn Your Weakness Into Your Strength
14. Have the Willpower to Resist Temptation and Overcome Bad
15. Be Motivated to Stop Procrastinating
16. Overcome Addiction
17. Discover Your Purpose in Life with a Clear Vision of Your Best
18. Be Able to Accomplish More in Less Time
19. Remember and Interpret Your Dreams
20. Become a Lucid Dreamer
21. Unleash and Develop Your Creative & Artistic Abilities
Relationships and Interactions with Others
22. Attract People Into Your Life That Can Help You
23. Improve the Mood of People Around You
24. Make People Warmer to You
25. Encourage New Harmonious Friendships
26. Attract a Romantic Relationship
27. Attract True Love / Soul Mate
28. Recover Lost Love
29. End a Relationship Easily
30. Motivate Someone to Become More Compassionate
31. Motivate Someone to Become Less Critical
32. Motivate Someone to Become More Loving
33. Motivate Someone to Become More Understanding
34. Motivate Someone Stuck in a Rut to Change
35. Turn Everyone’s Focused Attention to You
36. Reconcile a Relationship Rift
37. Reveal a Person’s Hidden Agenda
38. Ensure Fair Legal Decisions
Develop Your Psychic Abilities
39. Become More Clairvoyant
40. Become More Empathic
41. Become More Aware of and Comprehending of a Person’s Aura
42. Communicate with Your Higher Self Using Automatic Writing
43. Know Other People’s Thoughts
44. Magnify Your Intuition
45. Activate & Enhance Your Ability to Astral Project
46. Increase Your Desire to Eat Healthier
47. Diminish Anxiety, Fear & Worry
48. Diminish Depression
49. Lessen the Emotional Pains of Grief After a Loss
50. Diminish Physical Pain
51. Stop Thinking Negative Thoughts
52. Improve Your Mood
53. Attract More Positive & Supportive Friends Into Your Life
54. Feel Motivated to Exercise
55. Heal Your Heart from an Emotional Wound
56. Increase Your Metabolism and Desire to Lose Weight
57. Increase Your Physical Energy, Strength & Vitality
58. Speed Healing from a Physical Injury
59. Speed Healing from a Physical Illness
60. Accelerate Healing of a Disease
61. Activate the Energy Inside of You to Heal Others
62. Sleep Peacefully and Get a Good Night’s Rest
63. Activate Rejuvenation of Your Body to a More Youthful State
64. Activate Rejuvenation of Your Mind to the Quickness of Youth
65. Activate Rejuvenation of Your Skin to a More Youthful State
66. Erase a Memory You Do Not Wish to Remember
Money and Success
67. Propel Your Business or Project to Take Off
68. Attract Financial Support for a Project
69. Have Money Come to You Unexpectedly
70. Increase Your Income
71. Make Your Monthly Income Go Further
Career and School
72. Become More Intelligent & Retain Knowledge Easier
73. Remember What You Study & Do Well On The Test
74. Easily Learn a New Skill or Talent
75. Be Better Organized
76. Obtain Ideal Employment in Your Preferred Field
77. Have Your Talent Noticed by Important People That Can Help You
78. Start a Successful Business From Your Passion
79. Be a Better Public Speaker
Create an Immediate Action Energy
80. Gain Whatever You Need to Overcome an Emergency
81. Invoke a Circle of Protection from Psychic Attacks
82. Invoke a Circle of Protection from Physical Violence
83. Make an Adversary or Antagonist Lose Interest In You
84. Calm Anger In Yourself or Others
85. Excel in a Competition
86. End a Dispute or Argument
87. Disinterest and Deflect Unwanted Attention
88. Rapidly Change Your Life’s Reality
89. Coalesce, Concentrate and Amplify Your Auric Power
Introduction to Advanced Magickal Words and Sigils of Celestine
90. Levitate an Object
91. Summon a Person to You or Lead You to Them
92. Be Led to a Lost or Hidden Object
93. Discern an Energy Vampire
94. Neutralize Negative Energy
95. Reflect a Psychic Attack Back Upon the Attacker
96. Create a Cloaking Bubble of Disinterest & Invisibility
97. Make an Enemy or Attacker Afraid of You
98. Be Led to a Dimensional Doorway
99. Be Led to an Energy Vortex
100. Transfer Energy From an Enchantment Into an Object
101. Initiate a Circle of Power
Prelude to the Names & Sigils of Angels
Pronunciation Sound Files for All Words of Power
Examples of Use of Words of Power from the Oracles of Celestine

Words of POWER and Transformation
Copyright 2016 by Embrosewyn Tazkuvel. All rights reserved. May not
be copied, reproduced or transmitted in whole or part, by any means,
or repackaged or resold in any form, in full or part.

Adrian Frutiger

Translated by Andrew Bluhm
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 1989 Weiss Verlag GmbH,
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Words or speech, written or spoken, do not appear to play any part
at all in the mechanism ofmy thought processes. The basic psychic
elements of thought are certain signs and more or less clear
pictures, which can be reproduced and combined "to order."

Toward a Synthesis
The table of signs on the facing page has been assembled
in order to provide a comparative guide to the
different kinds of expression that can be obtained by
means of graphic modifications to four representative
figures: two from nature, the star and the serpent, one
human artifact, the arrow, and one figure from the
borderland of abstraction, the cross.
ihe top row contains purely pictorial representations.
Although reproduced by the technique of line
drawing, the signs remain in the realm of the pictorial
and their expression is above all illustrative.
In the second row, the same objects take on a
schematic form, which means that thev are no longer
illustrations of outward forms but analytical versions,
in which the image is arranged as a diagram, cross
section, or ground plan.
One of the most fundamental transformations occurs
in the third row. where the picture has been
elevated to a symbol. This can be seen as a kind of
"sublimation" of the purely objective item, in that the
thing itself has been given a spiritual or imaginative
content. In this context a naturalistic rendering is no
longer required. On the contrary, the illustrative intention
is abandoned in the process of converting the
picture into a sign. The illustration has become a symbol.
As a means of increasing symbolic power, two or
more objects are often associated in one image, as
shown in the fourth row.
In order to provide further clarification of the much
disputed question of the exact nature of the difference
between a symbol and a sign, the four original objects
appear from the fifth row downward in a variety of
simplified and graphically polished versions of their
signs. Of course, pure signs, such as those for lightning
or Venus, may become symbols, as may also be the
case with armorial devices and even with trademarks.
It is, above all, the underlying meaning of a figure that
can be taken to draw the boundary line between a
symbolic image and a neutral sign denoting a thing.
The division ofthe signs into groups does not in itself
raise any problem of interpretation. The abbreviated
sign used for a scientific concept, the signature sign or
watermark, the sign of ownership, and the trademark
are all made distinct by their specific applications.
The outward forms of the various classes of sign
therefore give a fairly clear indication oftheir uses. The
economical line of a scientific sign differs clearly from
the filled-in, embellished armorial sign, and the functional
simplification of a cattle-branding mark distinguishes
its appearance totally from that of an advertising
sign designed with graphic sophistication for maximum appeal.
The final row of the table shows the four basic
images as used for purposes of signalization. Both the
naturalistic and the symbolic effects have been eliminated
and the signs have become abstract conventions.
The image of the signal sign also includes the shape of
its panel, which can strictly speaking be regarded as a
basic geometrical sign in itself, enhancing the meaning
of the sign that it bears.

Table of Contents
Part 1: Sign Recognition, Sign Formation
Introduction: Three Themes 17
I. Disorder-order 17
2. Remembering a figure 18
3. Light and shadow - black and white 21
1. The Elements of a Sign 23
1. The dot 23
2. The line 23
a The imaginary line 23
b The line in itself 24
c Horizontal and vertical 25
d The oblique line 26
e The curve 27
3. Relations between lines 28
a The manual movements of drawing lines 28
b Alignment and rhythm 30
c Proximity 30
4. The morphology of signs 31
a The "geography" of perception 31
b Symmetry and asymmetry 31
c Morphological Table 1 33
d Morphological Table 2 38
5. Sign topology 40
II. The Basic Signs 43
1. The square 43
2. The triangle 44
3. The circle 45
4. The arrow 48
5. The cross
III. Joining Signs Together 53
1. Relations between signs of
the same form 53
2. Relations between signs of
different forms 57
3. The expression of the inner area 59
4. Relations between closed and
5. open signs
Experiment with two fork signs 60
6. The "complete" sign
a Morphological Table 3:
abstract signs 62
b Morphological Table 4:
object signs 64
7. Between diagram and figure 66
8. Puzzle signs 67
IV. The Sign in Ornaments 69
V. Signs of Dualism 73
VI. The Solid - 77
1. From line to solid area 77
a Thickness of the lines 78
b The swelling and shrinking of lines 79
c The tape shape 81
2. The white sign on a black
background 82
a From outline to negative 82
b Varying brightness of an
interior shape 84
c Indications ofform 84
3. The chessboard pattern 85
VII. The Simulation of Volume 87
1. Superimposed layers
2. Plaiting
3. "Suggestive" white
4. Perspective
5. The shadow
a The illuminated object
b Thrown shadows
6. Unusual volume
7. Optical illusions
VIII. The Diversity of Appearance 97
1. Drawing and material 97
a The tools 97
b The stroke ending 98
c The right tool for the right material 100
2. The value of interior and intermediary
space 100
3. The image 102
a Black-white 102
b Colors 102
c Halftones 103
d Structures 103
4 Picture quality 103
a Schematic or "dimensional"
illustration 104
b Naturalistic illustration 104
c Artistic or "contemplative"
illustration 105
Attempt it a visual synthesis 106
Part 2: Speech-Fixing Signs
I. From Thought to Picture 111
1. Prototypes 111
2. Speech and gesture 111
II. Speech Fixing 113
1. Two ways of script development 113
a Scripts "remaining" pictorial 114
b "Alphabetical" scripts 114
2. A common origin? 115
3. Inherited archetypes? 115
4. From pictogram to ideogram 115
5. Determinatives 117
6. From ideogram to phonogram 118
III. The Graphic Wealth of Pictograms 119
1. From Sumerian pictograms to
cuneiform 119
2. Egyptian hieroglyphics 123
3. Cretan scripts 125
4. Hethitic pictographic script from Syria 127
5. Pictographic script from the
Indus Valley 129
6. Pictographic script of Easter Island 130
7. Runic script 131
8. Chinese scripts 133
a Wisdom of the I-ching 133
b Chinese pictographic script 136
c Chinese writing and architecture 139
9. Pre-Columbian .American scripts 139
a Aztec pictographic script 140
b Maya pictographic script 141
IV. The World's .Alphabets 143
1. Invention and spread of letters 143
2. A summary of the world's script groups 146
V. The ABC of the Western World 151
1. Early development 151
2. Capitals and small letters 153
a The transition from capitals to
small letters 153
b Toward a theory of reduced hand
movements 155
VI. Development of Form through
Writing and Printing Techniques 159
1. Black stroke formation 159
a Calligraphy _ 159
Horizontal pen positions
Oblique pen positions
Steep pen positions
b Pen positioning in other
linguistic sectors 163
c Engraving and printing 164
2. Interior white space 166
a Architecture and script 166
b Space 168
3. On the family likenesses of letters 170
VII. Manipulated Letterforms 175
1. Purely proportional variations 175
a Width 175
b Weight 177
c Slope 178
d The extended palette of typefaces 179
2. Deviations from the basic forms 182
a Ornamental letters 182
b "Antiques" 183
c "Figurative" alphabets 183
d Letterforms of the future 183
Environmental "inscription." Digital displays.
Experiments in extreme simplification.
Automatic reading. Boundaries of legibility.
e Type image and type picture 190
3. Monograms 192
a Abbreviations become acronyms 192
b From ligature to ornament 192
VIII. Text Type and Its Legibility 197
1 . Type as a worldwide medium of
communication 197
2. Type forms and legibility 198
a The reading process 198
b Steps in reading motivation 199
c Formal synthesis of the alphabet 200
IX. Numerical Signs 205
1. Numbering with letters 205
2. Origin and evolution of arabic
numerals 206
a The ingenious idea of the zero 206
b Origins and development ofform 207
3. Some analytical comments 209
a Speech and numbers 209
b Number-writing movements 209
c Division into basic elements 211
d The future of numeralforms 211
X. Punctuation Signs 213
1. Word space 213
2. The punctuation marks 214
a Sentence-structuring signs 214
b Expression signs 216
c Reference signs 217
3. The ampersand 217
4. Currency and other signs 218
Part 3: Sign, Symbol, Emblem, Signal
Introduction 221
Nonalphabetical signs 221
New signs for science 222
Pictorial signs for industry 223
Directional signs 223
A surfeit of pictures? 224
Back to pictograms ? 225
I. From Illustration to Symbol 227
1. The picture 227
2. The diagram 229
a Stages of schematization 229
b Computer aids to schematization 230
3. The ground plan 231
4. The allegory 233
5. The images of superstition 233
II. The Symbol 235
1. What is symbolic? 235
2. From symbol picture to symbol sign 236
3. Ambiguous use of the word "symbol" 237
III. The Graphic Wealth of Figurative
Symbols 239
1. How pictures become symbol signs 240
a The process of stylization 240
b Simplification through material
and tools 242
c Gigantic symbol signs 244
2. Fauna symbols 246
a From multiplicity to simplicity
Bird figures 246
b Of life and death
The serpent symbol 248
c Otherfauna symbols
Archetypes of the subconscious 252
3. Plant symbols 256
4. The human form as symbol 257
a The complete figure of the
human body 257
b Parts of the human body 259
5. Objects, landscapes, elements of nature 263
6. The symbol of the center 266
IV. Abstract Symbols 269
1. Space and its center 269
2. The cross sign and its ornamentation 274
3. Signs symbolizing movement 276
4. Plaiting, interweaving, knotting 277
5. Sun signs 280
6. The stars 282
7. The symbol in ornamentation 285
8. Geometry and symbol 287
V. Signs of Pseudoscience and Magic 291
1. The elements 293
2. The signs of astrology 296
3. The signs of alchemy 298
4. Cabalistic and magical signs, talismans 302
VI . Signature Signs 305
1. Stonemasons' signs 307
2. Monograms 311
VII. Signs of Community 315
1. House marks 315
2. Japanese family arms 318
3. On heraldry 318
4. Community signs of the present day 322
Mil. Trademarks 325
1. Marking in the past 325
a From marking to the mark:
cattle branding as an example 325
b Traders' marks 326
c Artisans' and manufacturers'
niarks 327
d Structural signs
W'atertnarks 328
2. Industrial signs of the present day 330
IX. Technical and Scientific Signs 339
1. Technical pictography 339
2. Signs of modern sciences 341
X. Signal Signs 345
1. Orientation
a Meaning and interpretation of
traffic signs 345
b Shape of the panel 346
c Color 346
d The driver's reaction to the signal 347
2. Pictograms 347
3. Signal signs in printed form 349
4. Emotional aspects of route finding 352
a Orientation in public buildings 352
b Pictographic systems for events 353
5. Operating signals 354
Towarc a Synthesis 357
Epilogu e 359
Bibliogiraphy 360


In this standard work, now published in the English language for the
first time, Adrian Frutiger writes about signs and symbols in general
and about the development of writing in particular. Throughout Frutiger
relates the basic principles and components of graphics to a wide range
of considerations - historical, physical, linguistic and practical.
All of this is achieved by dint of an exceptionally clear text and hundreds
of free-hand line drawings by the author, printed in a second color.
Adrian Frutiger is Linotype's master typographer who has, amongst
other work, designed a typeface named after him.
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