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Monday, May 4, 2009

The Seals of Solomon

The Seals of Solomon are magickal talismans attributed to the biblical King Solomon. They are purported to be extraordinarily powerful in Ceremonial Magick, but many different magickal practitioners use them. You will find the various seals and a description of their powers at the link below.

To utilize the seals, first decide which seal best suits your need and determine the correct astrological correspondences that relate to that goal. Next, copy the seal by hand on clean, unused paper. If you are not able to copy the seal by hand, and you have access to a copy machine, then copy it in that manner. Alternately, you can print the seal off of your computer on either white paper, or a sheet of paper who's color matches your goal.

Once you have the image copied, light a candle and incense and cut the Seal out of the paper. Write the name of the individual the Seal is to affect on its reverse three times in a row. Write a keyword or phrase around the name in a perfect circle so that all letters connect in one line and without lifting your pencil from the paper while writing the statement.

If the Talisman is to affect two people, for example, bringing them together or driving them apart, cross and cover one name with the other (both three times). Finally, write the keyword or phrase around the names.

During this process, focus your goal to the exclusion of everything else. Finally, empower the seal by anointing with a condition oil, your sexual fluids (for love and sex spells), or blowing a sachet powder on the seal. Seals can be tucked in your pocket, placed in a mojo bag, placed under a candle, placed inside your shoe, hidden in mundane object, etc... depending on it's purpose.

Carolina Dean

LINKS:

The Seals of Solomon (Printable)

King Solomon (Wikipedia Entry)

3 comments:

Jeff said...

I find this post very interesting and thank you for posting it. I see you advise it is alright to photocopy these seals however what I have read about them (I have yet to use them however) is to make them yourself and what has always hindered me was the Hebrew alphabet. To use our own alphabet for example an l looks like an I or a number 1 and a u can at times look like a v to the untrained eye a q is much like a g etc...am I thinking too much or are these valid concerns to consider in making a seal correctly?

Carolina Dean said...

In the past I had a certain talent for art and was capable of hand drawing the seals myself. However, I do not read nor understand Hebrew. The process DOES provide a focus for putting your personal energies into this act of creation.

By focusing on your goal while drawing the seal it can help empower it; however in my experience I have had success printing the seals off on a copy machine or computer and using them AFTER anointing them with oils, body fluids, or powders as directed in this post.

Others may not agree. The only way to find out for yourself is to experiment.

Dean

Jeff said...

Actually this gives me a different point of view and more clarification thank you!!