On The Correct Construction of Le Divinae Motum Orbis
The traveller is to construct a clay disk of between 10-25cm diameter (15cm is best) and between 1-3cm in thickness (1.5cm is best)
The best clay is that which the traveller has dug himself and brought back from a foreign land (“ut quæ tibi domum” – literally: “That which we bring home“)
About the perimeter circle is inscribed: 666 – hic manebimus optime – <triangle with a centre dot and a line with a side dot> – 777 – Omne initium difficile – <square with centre dot and circle with centre dot>
The compass is to be situated off centre in the middle of the Orbis. The correct ratio of the Compass arms are:
Upward arm: 3
Downward arm: 2
Left and right arms: 1
About these arms are inscribed the letters: M M and A and Omega.
Outside of the Compass is to be an octagon. Outside each side of the octagon is to be inscribed the Sensus Autem Huius Partis (Literally: “The Sense of This Part”)
Outside the lowest side is to be inscribed: 23 23/23.
The reverse of the Orbis is to be inscribed with an imperfect cross with the arms off centre, within which is an imperfect circle positioned off centre however the traveller chooses. Four points are to be inscribed within the realm of this cross, positioned however the traveller sees fit.
Above this cross is a triangle within which is an eye on it’s side and five dots, again place according to the wishes of the traveller.
The clay is then to be sealed by heating with a mixture of one part olive oil and one part beeswax. The best olive oil is that which has been extracted by the traveller and the beeswax that is procured without harming a single bee.
Private instructions for consecration can then be given once the traveller has understood the meaning of this symbol.