Magic amulets and talismans

Magic amulets and talismans

Wearing amulets has a very old tradition. This custom has been known almost since the beginning of human cultures. Amulets were very widespread, as evidenced by archaeological finds from various periods of ancient history scattered around the world. People simply felt safer carrying a small object that they believed brought good luck. We also do the same, taking something “for luck” with us to give us a boost before an important and extremely stressful event. This may be an important test, a driving test or a college exam, or a job interview on which it depends whether we get our dream job. In such a case, the task of the amulet is to raise our self-confidence, to strengthen the positive attitude, the source of which is within ourselves. With amulets and talismans in earlier times (and possibly not only in earlier times) is a little different. It is believed that their influence is related to what, when and for whom they were created (or made). Amulets, unlike talismans, are objects of natural origin. It is possible to select an amulet suitable for everyone by choosing objects, trinkets made of precious stones. In fact, there are links between precious stones and the various signs of the Zodiac (this information can be found on the home page, next to each zodiac sign in the article “how to attract good luck”) .

Amulets are supposed to protect the owner from, among other things:

– evil spirits,

– bad people

– misfortunes

– accidents

– diseases

– thefts

– elements

They say that an amulet is to guard against bad influence (or charm), and a talisman – to attract positive aspects


The term talisman comes from the Persian tilisman, Greek telesma “consecrated object” and Arabic tilaasm “magical image.”

Talismans are prepared over many days or weeks, following strict rules. It is also necessary to follow the recommendations for the place and the period in which the talisman is made (it is all about the effect of the phases of the moon on the resulting talisman). Various aspects of astrology, numerology, or Kabbalah are also important. Talismans come in many forms. In ancient times, they most often took the form of so-called sigils. A single si gil (from Latin sigillum – “seal”) is a sign created for a specific magical purpose. In ancient times, they were drawn on parchment or paper (sometimes engraved in metal or stone), and positive powers were invoked then. Sigils are transmitters of magical power, which focus power within themselves like a lens of light. They refer to broader aspects of power and were made in accordance with the requirements of secret knowledge, so they have greater impact than ordinary pendants. A sigil should be worn with one’s person, preferably in a pocket, as its essence is to act, not to adorn the owner. Everything about the creation of sigils is specified in the secret Book of Magic, and its secrets are closely guarded and available only to the initiated. As such, talismans are supposed to attract good luck, but it is better if their actions are focused on a specific area of life and a specified purpose. They can concern, for example:

– finding the perfect partner

– success among the opposite sex

– getting a job

– professional career

– wealth

– increasing the chance of winning in games of chance (the probability of winning the lotto increases more than three thousand times)

– good relations in the family

– quitting smoking and alcohol

– fighting overweight, leading to obesity

– fighting depression

– gaining more self-confidence

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