Sigil of the Archangels Enochian Talisman Locket Ring
Sigils are magical symbols used for the invocation of spirits. They are usually used in conjunction with prayer, incantations or meditation to invoke the power of the spirit they represent. The Archangel sigils come from the ancient book "The Grimoire of Armadel" which contains sigils and invocations used to call forth the power of the Archangels.
Archangel Michael: The name means “He Who Is Like God.” He is the leader of the Archangels and known for his leading the battle against Satan. Michael is the one to turn to if you are need of guidance in the areas of career and life aspirations. You can call on him for the protection of your home, property, family and loved ones. He will help you to grow spiritually and emotionally and give you the courage to make the changes that are necessary to accomplish it.
Archangel Zadkiel: The name means “Righteousness of God” and he is considered the Archangel of Mercy. Turn to Zadkiel when you are having difficulty forgiving yourself or others. He can also bring compassion back into your life and help you to move forward. He is a healer of the mind and can keep you from staying stuck in your own disappointments and emotional baggage. He will help you to see things from a perspective of Divine light and give you the strength to let go of abusive relationships. Zadkiel will also open the door to your spiritual development.
Archangel Raphael: In Hebrew, “rapha,” means doctor or healer and the name Raphael means “God Heals,” or “Healing Power of God.” He brings healing to humans and animals — physical, emotional and spiritual. If you are involved in healing work of the mind, body, and spirit, you may call on him to assist you. He also can be called upon to assist in making your travel plans go smoothly and protect you and your belongings during your journey.
Archangel Thavael: The sigil of the Archangel Thavael is used to invoke his power of virtue and grace. Thavael was charged with the care of the Lord Jesus Christ and it was he who conducted Mary and Joseph into Egypt when they were fleeing from the persecution of Herod. He is the angel of appreciation and comprehending simple virtues.
Archangel Chamuel: The name means “He Who Sees or Seeks God.” He is the angel of peaceful and loving relationships. He is kindhearted and compassionate — an archangel of love who can help bring out sincere and deep feelings within. Chamuel is the one to call on when you are in need of help with your relationships, partnerships, and careers. He can teach you how to love yourself and how to have the strength to end any hurtful relationships.
Archangel Uriel: The name means “God is Light.” He takes you out of the darkness and into Divine truth and light and helps you to embrace your inner wisdom. Turn to Uriel when you are confused about what God’s will is for you. If you are feeling stuck and looking for new ideas and creativity, call on Uriel for guidance. He will help you to transform your life and yourself into something greater and more positive. Uriel will also help you in love and protect your relationships from destructive energies.
Archangel Gabriel: The name means “Strength from God.” Gabriel is one of the two highest-ranking Archangels and is known as the “Messenger Angel” and communicator. He helps in all areas of communication and in creative, dramatic and artistic expression. If you possess psychic abilities, it is advisable to ask Gabriel to help you receive clear messages. He also gives strength and guidance to those who are considering bringing a child into their life.
Enochian is a name often applied to the occult or angelic language recorded in the private journals of John Dee and his colleague Edward Kelley in late 16th-century England. Kelley was a spirit medium who worked with Dee in his magical investigations.
From ancient times the wearing of rings signified a form of magical ‘binding’ to the priesthood, the tribe, to another person or to a higher spiritual authority. The circle of the ring is a traditional symbol of infinity or eternity, the transposition of the magical into the real, tangible world. The materials of which the ring is constructed, plus the wearer’s visualization of the ring’s higher purpose, determine the nature of a ring’s power. All rings were once considered magical or sacred.
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When you understand the reason behind wearing rings, you can master their inner power. Then you can use that power to enhance your life experience.
The thumbs in palmistry are about self-control. On the active hand (the right hand if a person’s right-handed) a folded-in thumb shows hesitation in applying oneself to worldly ambitions. On the passive hand, on a more personal level, a bent-inward thumb shows inner conflicts.
If you’re engaged in personal transformation, wear a narrow, silver ring (for higher guidance and strength) with a milled surface (for industry and effort) on the passive hand’s thumb. This will strengthen your resolve and induce greater powers of self-mastery. Any new challenge, be it losing weight or sticking to your morning yoga class will be easier.
The index finger is known to palmists as the ‘mirror’ finger. Its ruler is Jupiter and it’s about self-reflection. A big ring on the active index finger shows self-esteem issues and a frustrated need for power and recognition. This is particularly true if there’s a large gemstone. In portraits of powerful, ruling figures, like Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Napoleon, large rings are visible on both index fingers.
Tin is the metal of Jupiter, so if you lack self-confidence, wear a ring of base metal on the index finger of your active hand to reinforce and enhance the sense of self. Ensure the ring has no gems and has flat, faceted sides (for modesty, humility and all-around recognition). You’ll feel better immediately. Visualize the kind of personal qualities you want frequently while turning the ring slowly with the finger and thumb of your other hand.
The middle finger is known as the ‘wall’ finger. It’s ruled by Saturn and represents psychological boundaries, lifestyle and value systems. The larger the ring and gemstone is worn on this finger, the more seriously one takes life and the more one wants to fit in and feel secure. Multiple rings on the middle finger on the passive hand are associated with worries about the stability of the family and an obsession with material things.
The metal traditionally associated with Saturn is lead. If you have any concerns in this area of your life, wear a ring made of pewter (which contains lead) on the passive hand’s middle finger. Ideally, get one with a clear, square crystal to bring stability, security, and clarity into your life. Get into the habit of folding the ring-bearing middle finger into the palm and holding it there with your thumb while breathing deeply. This will do wonders to bring balance if things are unstable.
The roots of placing a ring on the third finger in the love-binding ceremony go back to pagan times. Its ruling planet is Apollo, the sun god. In modern palmistry, it’s known as the peacock finger, as it’s about the instinct to display and attract a mate. The Ancient Egyptians and later, the Greeks, believed the vena amoris (the vein of love) made a connection between this finger and the heart.
Wearing a ring here is a self-imposed restriction on the subconscious desire to display and pursue the opposite sex. The ring places restrictions on the heart’s yearnings. The traditional metal associated with Apollo is gold.
If you’re in a love bond, wear a slim gold band here to boost Apollo’s blessing. Get one with a single small sapphire, indicating purity and eternity. If you’re single, the ring to wear is of gold with small different colored gems in a line which indicates the expectation of constant surprise and passion within relationships. In both cases, the rings give a boost to creativity, self-expression and social acceptance. You’ll feel bolder and brighter.
The little digit is ruled by Mercury, the god of communication, wit, commerce and sexuality. It’s called the ‘antenna’ in modern palmistry as it’s concerned with communication at all levels: verbal, signal and sexual. A person bearing more than one ring on the little finger may be inclined to bend the truth, be they in the field of business, education, finance or the media. When the ring on this digit is large, it indicates a desire to communicate more effectively. It’s enormously common for sexually available or sexually curious people to wear a large ring on the little finger. On both sexes, large or multiple rings on the passive little finger signal an absent or difficult relationship with one of the parent figures. This means they may not feel free to openly express feelings in a personal relationship. The multi-ringed antenna digit is endemic in the sex industry. To enhance your verbal skills and renounce any issues in intimacy, wear a small, fine platinum or white gold ring (for absolute purity and clarity) on the passive hand’s little finger. You’ll notice an immediate sense of freedom and openness in your thoughts, speech, and communication.
Now you’re privy to the secret of the rings. Use their powers well!