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Have you ever felt that you had the worst luck? Like, absolute down-in-the-dumps luck?

Well, my friend, if that's the case, then I have the perfect solution for you.

This ritual is...risky at best, but not so risky that you would lose your life. Compared to the other luck rituals out there, this one is rather tame. If you still don't want to take that risk, then I'd suggest you click out of this page. Or not. You can just read this.

It won't bite.

So, have you decided? Great! Let's go through the steps together then, shall we?

What you need:

  • An offering of blood, alcohol, or 'treasure' (see Additional Notes)
  • A piece of paper
  • A writing utensil, preferably a paintbrush dipped in red paint
  • 3 white candles
  • Salt, preferably sea salt
  • The being you will be praying to is called Nitika (see Additional Notes).

After you've gotten your supplies, set them on a cleaned floor. Draw a circle on the floor with your writing utensil. It can be of any size as long as it's large enough for a person to stand in. Draw the symbol of Nitika (see Additional Notes) in the center of the circle, as large as possible, as long as it doesn't touch the edges of the circle.

Write an invitation to Nitika on the paper. The invitation can range from "I formally invite you" to "Hey bro wassup, come hang out," as long as it's respectful.

Place your offering and the invitation into the circle, as close to the center as possible. However, one may not be placed over or under the other, unless your offering is alcohol or blood. If it happens to be alcohol or blood, just dump it over the circle and then place the invitation on top.

Place the candles in a triangle around the circle, with the point facing away from you, but DO NOT LIGHT THEM. If you light them too early, without invoking Nitika, and without a salt circle, you might just end up summoning something...else. Something that may want to control your body for a while. Like I said, risks.

Sprinkle the salt around your summoning circle, without letting the salt touch the circle itself.

Light the candles and then draw your hand out as quickly as possible.

Now is where the fun begins. You chant your invocation at the circle. The invocation can, like the note, be made up. Just make sure it's something along the lines of "Nitika, granter of luck, master of wealth, I call upon you respectfully and ask a favor from you. In return I offer you a(n) [name of offering], and I hope it is to your liking."

Or you could make something up that DIDN'T follow that exact order, but said something like 'granter of luck, master of wealth' in it, that would be fine. Anything with those words and Nitika's name would honestly be fine.


Did he appear?



Keep waiting.


Has he appeared?

He may look MUCH more different that what you thought he'd look like.

Now you may request anything from a little luck to a small fortune.

Are you done?

Politely ask him to leave. He will do so.

When you are absolutely SURE he has left, take the offering out (if it was a solid object) and put it on an altar to Nitika (see Additional Notes). Leave it there for at least 24 hours. When you are ready to dispose of it afterwards, bury it somewhere very, VERY far from your home, preferably with a creek, stream, or river between your house and the buried offering.

Clean up the summoning circle.

Wait patiently. It will come to you soon.

Enjoy your luck and fortune.

Additional Notes:

Offerings that Nitika likes include:

  • Alcohol (if this is used as an offering, go with clear liquors, like vodka, Silver Tequila, or gin)
  • Blood
  • Selenite
  • Bismuth
  • Gold
  • Holographic stickers
  • Metallic paper
  • Lollipops
  • Stuffed animals

Nitika is a demon of luck and wealth, however he is not seeking your soul in exchange for it. Just an honest request and a humble offering.

The symbol of Nitika is inserted here:

Nitika's Symbol

Nitika's Symbol

Nitika may or may not appear in physical form. If he doesn't, you'll sense a presence. If he does, he will appear either as a very wealthy-looking man or woman.

The altar can just be a table or small chair with the symbol of Nitika drawn on a piece of paper atop it, with his name written on a separate piece of paper.