Maria Duval - Pentacle, Amulet and Talisman

In many societies, religious objects are used as amulets and talismans. A religious amulet may be a statue of a particular god or simply a symbol representing divinity, such as a cross for Christians or the 'Eye of Horus' for the ancient Egyptians.

Egypt lies at the very core of pentacular and talismanic sciences. With symbols engraved in stone, its occult theology and sacertal organisation, the immense hidden wisdom of this country was at the epicentre of the evolution of the noblest traditions of humanity.

The ancient Egytians had many different amulets, to suit all occasions and needs, often figuring the scarab-headed god Khepri or The Ankh (the key of eternal life).

Talismans are also abound in Jewish tradition. Many museums have exhibits dating from the times of King Solomon, who was without doubt one of the greatest creators of pentacles and talismans.

Muslims, Buddhists and Chinese cultures are also known incorporate amulets, pentacles and talismans in their religious routines or for general spiritual well-being.

The summary is that you can see the important role these items play in the daily lives of different cultures and religions in different parts of the world.


Talismanic Magic

Before Maria Duval goes on to reveal the secret instructions through her personalised teachings that will allow her to get the best out of her special talismans, she will first inform you something about their magical potentials.

This will give you a better understanding of how talismanic magic works and make an even bigger success of the Seven Precious Talismans now in your possession.

Commonly known as good luck charms, amulets, pentacles or talismans, these magical objects allow us to get in touch with our inner self, serving as both a source of calm or motivation, to protect ourselves, to draw the very best energy towards us, to find answers to our questions and solutions to our problems.

These are essentially incredible tools with the powers to attract or activate 'well being'.

Amulets: from the latin amuletum, meaning 'an object giving protection', a close cousin of the talisman, amulets may take the form of any object designed to bring luck or ensure the safety of its owner. They came in many different guises, gemstones, statuettes, coins, pictures, rings, plants, animals and etc. Talismans are commonly thought to attract positive vibrations, whole amulets repel negative energies.

Pentacles: also known as the 'magic seal'. It is printed on a piece of virgin parchment, or on goat skin, or engraved in some previous metals. Pentacles are symbols made of geometrical forms and letters of the sacred alphabet. Whether they feature words written in Latin or Hebrew or in shapes like squares, circles or starts, pentacles represent the inlink with the entity whose powers the owner wans to share. Each pentacle is made for a specifc function, and it captures and harnesses the occult power in which it is the symbolic representation.

Talismans: whereas pentacles are generally not personal, talismans are made specifically for the person who is to carry them, hence talismans are very personal. Talismans are essentially magical objects possessing occult powers; they have the dual function of receiving and radiating positive vibrations and energies and secondly insulating against malicious vibrations. It has to be worn with love and respect.