The "Key of Solomon" is a grimoire of ceremonial magic attributed to King Solomon. God, impressed with Solomon's selfless pursuit of wisdom and justice, sent an angel to instruct him on a Sacred Art. Written down for the benefit of his son Rehoboam, the manuscript was later unearthed by Babylonian philosophers. The grimoire describes a series of planetary pentacles and the intentions and functions they serve. This talisman is described as "serveth against all perils and dangers by water, and if it should chance that the Spirits of the Moon should excite and cause great rain and exceeding tempests about the Circle, in order to astonish and terrify thee; on showing until them this Pentacle, it will all speedily cease." By association, it is protective of journeys by water, as well as subduing and controlling the elemental force of water. The versicle is from Psalm lvi. "In Elohum have I put my trust, I wlll not fear, what can man do unto me?" Talismans of the Moon are best dedicated to use on Monday within the first hour after sunrise. Pass the pendant through incense smoke having Lunar affinity, such as ylang- ylang or jasmine.
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