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Post by Bluemew666 »

Hello everyone I was hoping for some insight in something. I'm currently working on my grimoire/book of shadows. I was wondering if there was any spell or spells I could use to help to keep prying eyes away. Or for lack of better wording to keep it under lock and key so unwanted eyes cant see what I've written.
I dont know if you'll need more information but, any and all help is welcome.

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I think there's a free CH spell to cloak a spirit vessel somewhere, maybe here or in the Encyclopedia. Sorry I cant find it just now, so I don't know if it meets your needs.

Haltija are wonderful for special protection tasks. See ... pirit.html

This is for paranormal protection of course. If you'd wanted to literally make a physical object invisible to other people, that is different and extremely difficult, if not impossible.

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