As my last post, Inscrîbatoi Imon II, had mentioned, my old anextilon is broken. Since I put it around my neck every single time I left the house, I really didn’t want to go very long without another being made, so I went back to the drawing board.

The new inscrîbatus, more info further in.

My first move when practicing runuegon and togiâsoitoni is to consult the Dêuoi. I perform a Dedmatâ Uatous (Rite of Divination) in which I ask Nemetonâ, the Dêuâ of the sacred grove, for guidance. Upon meditating for a few minutes, I cast a handful of runoi and see which ones land face up, on the brattos corbi (casting cloth). Anything that falls face down, or off of the cloth, I ignore, as they are not meant to be shown. On rare occasions, such as when a face down runos makes a perfectly perpendicular cross on top of a face up runos, I will flip the face down runos over, to see what kind of influence the down one may be imparting to block the up one.

Once I have done my novice-level best to interpret the runoi, I then write out their magical uses so that I can look through easily and see what kind of energies I am going to be working with during my togiâsoitoni. Typically I work with Same Staff Runuegon, which is useful in attacking a situation; every so often I use Radial Runuegon, made with runoi coming out on multiple axes from a common starting point, for creating defensive/deflective energies.

I do also work with Multi-Axial Runuegon, made with random arrangements of runoi which create the desired effect upon completing the runuegon, however this form of Soito is more advanced, as you must be careful not to create any accidental runoi using the ones you weave (called Hidden Runoi), so I tend to only use Multi-Axial Runuegon to form inscrîbatoi as focus points for meditation, save rare occasions. The Runuegon on my main page, the inscrîbatus for my blog, is an example of Multi-Axial Runuegon.

Now, back to my new anextilon. After the Dedmatâ Uatous, and consulting Nemetonâ for protection and guidance in my life, the Runoi I cast that landed face up on the brattos corbi were as follows.

Locos, which references the ultimate life-containing force, water. It reminds us to keep ourselves in control of ourselves, and to dive deep into the mysteries of the Great Cauldron. Some of its keywords are life, prophecy, divination, and the unknown. Its magical use aids in memory and the exploration of the past, it also promotes growth and connection with Dubnos.
Rotos, which points towards the ordained cycle of the universe, it also creates the order of the Toutâ, or tribe, and reminds us that we must plan our actions along our paths to have the best outcomes. Some of its keywords are action, order, rationality, and safe travel. Its magical use is invoked for safe journeys, to help with direction, and to promote a change of path.
Ðirâ is the gift of consciousness to mankind, it is the light visible even in the deepest darkness, known to all who seek it. It is true vision and enlightened consciousness. Some of its keywords are rebirth, liberation, an awakening, and creation. Its magical use breaks forth into reality, helping to bring truth, an understanding of balance, and a higher level of consciousness to the self.
Trexos is a deep, distant force that separates the realms and makes manifestation possible, bringing with it faith, loyalty, trust, and Justice. It reminds us that sometimes self sacrifice is an important part of manifesting our goals – sometimes we need to let go of something to truly find it. Some of its keywords are rationality, self sacrifice, victory, and mastery over the self. Its magical uses are to move things in the right direction, to help with initiations, and to promote victory.
Thunder, literally the sound of thunder, connected to will and a complete lack of self-consciousness. It is the most direct force in the universe, and represents unconscious thoughts becoming conscious, and conscious thoughts being transformed. Some of its keywords are regeneration, directed force, divine protection, and luck. Its magical uses bring potential to manifestation and join two things together, as well as to put something into a state of stasis or rest.
Uissus is knowledge, the magical power to understand the similarities between energies. It is the subjective feeling one has when experiencing a connection between your inner being and the world around you. It reminds us to strive towards bringing together helpful energies, and promoting good health and social connections. Some of its keywords are harmony, fellowship, prosperity, and fulfillment. Its magical uses promote happiness and good working relationships.

All six runoi will come together today to form a Multi-Axial Runuegon (yes, that’s right, this is one of those rare times I do these!). The intent here is to create a form of togiâsoitoni that will protect and guide the consciousness away from negativity and onto a new path.

Let’s look at the active influences within.

Locos brings forth a connection with Dubnos and the Regentiâ (ancestors), aiding with the exploitation and processing of traumatic memories.

Rotos brings safety on the journey ahead, helping to change paths towards a new direction.

Ðirâ helps break forth from the mind into reality, bringing understanding, truth, and balance both within and without, creating a higher consciousness.

Trexos helps guide towards victory, and moves things further in the right direction, lending an initiatory perspective (seeing things in a new way).

Thunder helps manifest our goal with this Runuegon, as well as helping bring rest and calm to the mind, and connecting the unconscious and conscious.

Uissus promotes happiness within and good working relationships without.

Nouioinscrîbatus anextilon imon

All together, the Soito in this was very taxing to put together. I am exhausted as I write this final paragraph, after the first edition of the article in my Google Drive has been copied over to WordPress, edited, and the actual inscrîbatus drawn. I slept normally last night, didn’t get up too early, nor too late, I’ve eaten breakfast and lunch – and the forming of this togiâsoitoni still took almost all of the energy I had today out of me.

My only option, therefore, is to believe that the art of Soito takes genuine physical effort to practice, seemingly comparative to the power of the specific art and brixtû (spell) being performed. I would fully recommend eating, having something to drink, doing some stretches, and even meditating before practicing any form of soito, just in case.