Amulets & Talismans
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An amulet is an object, usually worn, that is considered to have powers that will protect the person. In many cases, the amulet is the same as a talisman; but a talisman may be carried, where an amulet is usually worn. Both the amulet and the talisman are considered to be protection against some form of evil and are common to numerous cultures ancient and present.


Love Spell: The 7 knobs Power

This extraordinary combination of prayers, religious symbols and cabalistic magic aims to strengthen love, to favor allegiance, to take away the rivals or the rivals and to prolong this love as long as possible.

The complete Set include:
- a natural cord
- a "male head" medal
- a "female head" medal
- St Anthony statue
- Ste Martha statue
- three Holy Cross
- a heard with a sword
- a notice in English

Price: 29 euro

Bring Good Fortune Talisman
This pendant is inscribed with a symbolic sigil taken from a European Renaissance-era grimoire. The talisman is alleged to bring good luck and good fortune to those who wear it. After consecrating the talisman, you may wear itas jewelry, keep it in your vehicle, or carry it in a mojo bag.. Price: 16 euro

Solomon's Seal
The most powerful cabbalistic symbol to protect the wearer against evil and harm. Price: 16 euro

Love Pentacle
This double-sided pendant is inscribed with a symbolic sigil taken from a European Renaissance-era grimoire. The talisman is alleged to bring love to those who wear it. After consecrating the talisman, you may wear it as jewelry, keep it in your vehicle, or carry it in a mojo bag for romance.. Price: 16 euro
The pentagram is actually a symbol that dates back 5,000 years to Mesopotamia. Its first associations included angles, directions of orientation, the five closest planets, and the "classic five elements" of earth, air, fire, water, and divine being. Wiccans continue to use the pentagram as a positive talisman believed to be representative of the divine nature of earth elements. from the Greek, "pente", meaning five and "gramma", a letter; the pentagram is a five pointed figure formed by producing the sides of a pentagon both ways to their point of intersection, so as to form a five-pointed star. Pentalpha: The triple triangle, from the Greek words meaning five and, alpha, the letter A. The pentagram (also called pentacle, pentalpha, pentancle, pentagle, or pentangle) is thought by some occultists to trace its esoteric significance to an astronomical observance of the pattern of Venus' conjunctions with the Sun and has had many meanings in many cultures through the ages.

Model 1: Golden or silvered. 5/8" diameter. Price: 5 euro

Model 2: Golden or silvered Price: 12 euro

Pentagram of Solomon
Removes troubles from your personal life. Be at peace with your husband, children, relatives and friends. Price: 19 euro

Love Heart
Offer this heart in real semiprecious stone, mutually to your lover so your two hearts will be connected. Price: 5 euro
Ankh Cross
The ankh is an ancient Egyptian symbol resembling a cross with a loop at the top. It symbolizes the power of life and cosmic knowledge, and is the oldest and most popular amulet/religious symbol used by the Egyptians. When worn or carried, the ankh brings good health, promotes fertility, and strengthens the psychic powers.. Price: 14 euro (55x28mm)
Sceal of Salomon

A hexagram is a six pointed star composed of two overlapped triangles, found in use by a number of faiths and cultures. Outside of the cross and the swastika, the hexagram is one of the oldest and most universal spiritual symbols.

It is associated with the Biblical Solomon, known as the Star of David in the Jewish religion.

In Ritual Magick, the hexagon is called the Seal of Solomon, and represents Divine Union, being composed of a female, watery triangle, and a male, fiery triangle. The traditional elemental triangles of earth, air, water, and fire are derived from the seal.

When the points of a hexagram are connected, a hexagon is formed. Kabbalistically, the hexagram represents the Sefirah Tifaret, perfection.

Price: 3 euro

Horus Eye Talisman
Also known as the "Udjat" or "All-Seeing Eye'" the Eye of Horus is an ancient symbol used in modern Witchcraft as an amulet for wisdom, prosperity, spiritual protection, good health, the increasing of clairvoyant powers and protection against thieves. Silvered or Golden. Price: 5 euro
Protects from accidents Amulet
Shields the possessor from accident and destroys evil forces which may harm the wearer. Price: 19 euro
Tibetan Tooth
To Tibetan, amulets have more importance of warding off evil comparing with the ornamental value. They believe when you wear the amulet on the pivotal position of you body, it protects you from devils' incursion and bring you peace. The tooth of wild wolf will help the owner of the amulet to conquer the nature. This wonderful piece you are looking is the product of mysterious Tibetan culture, which can bring the protection, wealth and good luck. The fantastic shape of the amulet is the embodiment of snow altiplano. Traditional Tibetan pendant . Price: 5 euro
Sun Talisman
Carry a gold charm shaped like the Sun in a gold or yellow colored velvet charm bag if you wish to acquire wealth, good health, success and/or fame. This is also an effective amulet to use if you feel that others have been causing you trouble. The symbol of the Sun is sacred to all solar deities, and is especially powerful for people born under the astrological sign of Leo.. Price: 5 euro
Schemhamphoras Pendant
Seal of the 6-th and 7-th book of Moses, it will allow you to obtain superiority on the others and realization of your desires. Price: 16 euro
Hamsa Hand

The hamsa hand (Arabic) or hamesh hand (Hebrew) is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the envious or evil eye. The words hamsa and hamesh mean "five" and refer to the digits on the hand. An alternative Islamic name for this charm is the Hand of Fatima, in reference to the daughter of Mohammed. An alternative Jewish name for it is the Hand of Miriam, in reference to the sister of Moses and Aaron.

The hamsa hand appears both in a two-thumbed, bilaterally symmetrical form, as shown, and in a more natural form in which there is only one thumb. There is good archaeological evidence to suggest that the downward-pointing protective hamesh / hamsa hand predates both Judaism and Islam and that it refers to an ancient Middle Eastern goddess whose hand wards off the evil eye.

Bouddha Medal
Wear this golden Buddha charm on a necklace or bracelet as an amulet to bring good luck and wealth into you life. Price: 3 euro
Dalai Lama Medal

Golden model with a full color picture inside. Price: 3 euro
HorseShoe Amulet
This horseshoe is a well known good luck symbol in many parts of the world. According to superstition, nail an iron horseshoe with the convex side up for protection against sorcery and bad luck. For good luck, nail it over your door with the convex side pointing down. Wear any type of horseshoe shaped jewelry or carry a miniature horseshoe charm in a mojo charm bag to promote fertility, guard against evil, and attract good luck. Price: 5 euro

Aladin Lamp
Put this lamp in your house. According to the legend: rub it regularly to obtain the realization of your wishes. To amplify the power, rub with the oil " FAST LUCK ". Price: 6 euro

Guatemalan Worry Doll
Worry dolls, or trouble dolls, are very small dolls originally made in Guatemala. A person (usually a child) who cannot sleep due to worrying can express their worries to a doll and place it under their pillow before going to sleep.

According to folklore, the doll is thought to worry in the person's place, thereby permitting the person to sleep peacefully. The person will wake up without their worries, which have been taken away by the dolls during the night.

The dolls are handmade using wood or wire as a frame, cotton fabric and thread for clothing and cardboard for its body and face, although they can be made from clay. Worry dolls are often sold as a fair trade item. Worry dolls are now part of Guatemalan culture and are very popular.

Prix: 3 euro

Magnets Amulets
By associating the power of the Major Arcana of the tarot and the magnet, you will benefit so from their qualities and you will develop the capacities which are in you. Place your magnets on the refrigerator, in the car, in the pocket or below your pillow. Have it in hands as often as possible: for example when you queue in a ticket office, while you watch tv, etc...

The Magician Will be used to obtain success, to find the ideas which lead to the success.

The Lover: Will help you to find real love, to choose and not to doubt any more. It will strengthen confidence in you and will chase away shyness.

Wheel of Fortune: Will bring you wished changes and improvement of professional or domestic situations.

Strengh: Will allow you to control events, to have superiority on others in case of quarrel.

The Moon: Will be of a big help for all businesses.

The Fool: It will be a big help to artists and to all that need to innovate.

Price: 3 euro each

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