This is a reproduction of a talisman design found in the ""Key of Solomon"", a grimoire of ceremonial magic attributed to King Solomon. Containing influences of Hermetic alchemy, Roman Astrology and Kabbalah, Solomon's magic is a cornerstone of the Western Esoteric occult tradition.
The grimoire explains, "this is proper for acquiring glory, honors, dignities, riches and all kinds of good, together with the great tranquility of mind; also to discover treasures and chase away the spirits who preside over them." The translator explains, "I believe the letters outside the Hexagram in the re-entering angles to be intended for those of the first two words of the versicle, which is taken from Psalm cxii:--'Weath and riches are in his house, and his righteousness endureth for ever.'"
- Single sided design
- Measures approximately 1 1/4 inches (3.1 cm) in diameter
- Accommodates a chain thickness up to 3 mm
- Includes a free waxed cord measuring 24 inches in length with a 2 inch extender