Any Latin Scholars

hI Guys

Can any of you perhaps translate. SO MOTE IT BE. ?

No, google translate doesn’t cut it

sic fiat semper

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What is there to translate? The phrase simply means " so must it be." The word mote is old Middle English, from around 1100 BCE, not Latin.

In ceremonial traditions, it is just a fancy way of saying “So it is done” to mark the end of a ritual, and seal in the magick. It is the equivalent to the Christian “Amen.”