Sirius Talisman Silver (*Limited Edition*)New Limited Edition! Assembled on August 4th, 2020 between 5:15-5:30 GMT+3.
We are nearing that time of the year when the Star Sirius is about to rise from the Solar rays and become visible when rising in the morning before the Sun. This celestial event was considered very powerful and has ushered the Egyptian new year, and with it the flooding of the Nile. SIRIUS was considered a life-giver and was affiliated with the goddess Isis.
SIRIUS is a star of success and power, excellence, wealth, devotion, and passion for achieving one's goals
. It marks immense creative talents in any field and makes the native Brilliant and inspired.
Creating the Sirius Talismans
The images on the Talisman are the Image of Sopdet, the goddess that represents Sirius. Sopdet is displayed, riding her boat in the night sky, with a star on top of her headdress while holding a lotus flower. The Lotus probably represents one year's cycle, thus linking her to the yearly rising of Sirius and the new year.
The back of the Talisman bears the Egyptian Hieroglyph of Sirius and the ancient magical seal of Sirius. The canister contains Juniper and Wormwood according to an ancient formula for the making a Sirius Talisman. The formula can be found in the hermetic writings of Hermes and Cornelius Agrippa.
Fixed Stars Talismans
Talismans for fixed stars were considered very powerful and unique, as they represent emanations of forces outside and above our solar system, reflecting in a sense, superhuman virtues and powers. Most of the shining fixed stars are gigantic Suns extremely bigger than our own.
The name “fixed stars” marks the difference between the apparent movements of the planets (meaning wanderers) and the stars and constellations which seems fixed and unmoving from earth point of view. For the ancients, the fixed position of those Stars relative to each other, to the moving planets and the earth’s rotation, was considered a mark of their divinity, as they are unchanging and therefore eternal.