I bought this little book from a shop that remains open during the pandemic due to a loop hole where selling essential items means they can stay in business, allowing customers in the store. Though the sun here looks a bit Tibetan or Nepalese or something, Sekhmet is a solar goddess, so I bought it anyway. I also bought an ankh to hang from the cord that keeps the book bound shut, just for decoration.
After yet again refining the ritual for working with the 7 element altar, I took notes down in the book, and included a layout of how to position the elements on the surface, as indicated by the images I have included. (To create an effect in nature, you use the Creative Cycle. To destroy a conflict, you use the Destructive Cycle.)
Here now are the refined notes on how to use this system I have invented, when ritualistically conducting a spell:
1) - Call upon the Spirit through the element of Air, directing your wand from one element to the other. (Air is to be represented by incense on a charcoal, the charcoal being what you give your offerings to. I use Myrrh for Air. The Spirit is to be represented by a sacred item, something consecrated by Divinity. This could be any item.) Make your intention while offering tobacco to the charcoal. (Make sure the lit charcoal is consecrated to represent the element of Air, along with the Myrrh or whatever incense you use on it, with each ceremony.)
UPDATE: I am learning that this method is best used for summoning something to execute an intention, and I will continue experiments with it. Candle spells may still be my go to for most intentions.