Seal of Solomon


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Seal of Solomon

Also known as the Star of Solomon, this is a hexagram within a circle, used by witches and magicians to help protect against demons.
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Although the Islamic versions (save Al-Asbahani's first story) do not refer to Solomon's sigils by which he controls the wind, four English poems identify Solomon with specific occult symbols that he uses as talismans or as variants of the Seal of Solomon.
Fahmy says the new collection "draws inspiration from various global and North African cultures and heritage references, from talismanic symbols in Ancient Egyptian inspired by Amarna Art (1351-1334 BC) to Ottoman civilizations featuring the Seal of Solomon and 13th century Victorian keys, and Greek Mythology.
The company behind the development pointed out that the hexagram is also used in Islam, as the Seal of Solomon, as well as in Christianity and other religions.