Eleventh Moon Mansion (Azbora) Silver (*Limited Edition*)For Power, glory and prosperity
A limited edition was Consecrated on 26th of June 2017 between 08:50 -09:07 GMT+3
This Mansion is said to help one gain and maintain high status, honor and respect and the help and support of powerful people. It is also said to bring prosperity and good fortune.
The Picatrix tell us that this Talisman is to be created with the image of a man riding a lion, holding a lance in his right hand and holding the ear of the lion with his left hand. And above the image to inscribe the name of its ruling spirit/angel “Necol” (which is written in greek on the Talisman). from the Picatrix:
“(this Talisman) bring glory to me that I shall be feared by men, and so that their fear shall cause them to tremble when they behold me; and quiet the heart of the king and of [his] lords and of [other] men of high estate that they may grant me honors and dignities. Carry this tablet with you, and it shall be as you have requested.
The Moon Mansions Talismans
What are the Moon Mansions?
As the Moon is the earth’s satellite, it is the fastest of all the celestial bodies, and therefore regulating the most daily and specific of astrological currents. Suppressed only by the much faster rotation of the earth on its axis (diurnal cycle) which is reflected by the astrological movement of the Asc (and the other angles) and the wheel of houses which is derived from it.
The doctrine of the Moon Mansions served as a tool to focus the astrological effects into more specific and defined life topics based on invoking the unique power of the Moon at every day of the month.
Like the Suns repeating annual cycle, which is reflected in the tropical zodiac wheel, at every point in the sky the Moon has an essential quality (relative to the zodiac and constellations) and effect which is activated, apart from its phase and aspects to other planets. In this way, the Moon Mansions are like a Lunar zodiac which derives its meaning from the Moon’s repeating orbit around the earth.
There are variations of this doctrine in different traditions, the Moon Mansions we use for our Talismans are based on the Picatrix which uses the Mansions in reference to the tropical zodiac.
The ancient knowledge regarding this series of talismans derived from The Picatrix - a composite work that synthesizes older works on magic and astrology. One of the most influential interpretations suggests it is to be regarded as a "handbook of talismanic magic", or celestial magic and was an important source of knowledge and influence on many scholars during the Renaissance.