Incantation

Ritual recitation of words of power or special phrases (usually rhymed) in order to produce a magical effect. Incantations are also known as chants, spoken charms, and runes. In order to be effective, it must be done during the correct lunar phase and accompanied by a visualization of the intent and the raising-directing-releasing of magical energy....

Incantation

An incantation or enchantment is a charm or spell created using words. An incantation may take place during a ritual, either a hymn or prayer, and may invoke or praise a deity. In magic, occultism, and witchcraft it is used with the intention of casting a spell on an object or a person and may employ the use of pharmakeia. The term derives from La...
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Incantation

• (n.) The act or process of using formulas sung or spoken, with occult ceremonies, for the purpose of raising spirits, producing enchantment, or affecting other magical results; enchantment. • (n.) A formula of words used as above.
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incantation

conjuration noun a ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect
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Incantation

[musical group] Chris Swithinbank Claudia Figuerora Incantation are a musical group playing traditional tribal and other South American music. The band started in 1981 from a pool of musicians who were, at the time, playing all kinds of different types of music for the (then) Ballet Rambert, based in London. A new ballet was choreographed (...
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Incantation

In`can·ta'tion noun [ Latin incantatio , from incantare to chant a magic formula over one: confer French incantation . See Enchant .] 1. The act or process of using formulas sung or spoken, with occult ceremonies, for the purpose of raising spirits, producing enchan...
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incantation

a ritual reciting of words believed to have a magical effect
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incantation

incantation, set formula, spoken or sung, for the purpose of working magic. An incantation is normally an invocation to beneficent supernatural spirits for aid, protection, or inspiration. It may also serve as a charm or spell to ward off the effects of evil spirits. In black magic an incantation ma...
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incantation

The use of a set form of words, spoken or sung, with the intention of producing a magical effect. Incantations are used in most religions; for example, certain uses of the `Hail Mary` prayer by...
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Incantation

Words/lines which are spoken or chanted in a magical fashion e,g. the witches in Macbeth: 'Fair is foul, and foul is fair'.
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incantation

[n] - a ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect
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