King Solomon Ring of Wisdom handmade Silver .925
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The Ring of King Solomon
According to the Talmud, Solomon's ring was engraved with the shem ha-meforesh-the Ineffable Name of GOD. And Islamic authors tell that that contained "the Most Great Name of GOD," along with four jewels that had been given to Solomon by angels.
In the Islamic accounts, however, the jewels are said to be inscribed with phrases. The first jewel gave Solomon dominion over the winds, and was inscribed "To GOD [Allah] belong power and greatness." The second gave him dominion over birds and beasts, and was inscribed "Let all living things praise GOD." The third gave him dominion over earth and water, and was inscribed "Heaven and earth are the servants of GOD." The fourth gave him dominion over the jinn, and was inscribed "There is no GOD but GOD, and Muhammad is His messenger." (Muhammad , of course, was not born until many centuries after the angels brought Solomon the jewels. The anachronism can be explained by the fact that angels exist outside of time.)
The ring served King Solomon as a signet ring, for sealing letters and decrees. But it was also the source of his supernatural powers. With it he was able to control the winds, and to fly about on a wind-borne carpet. It allowed him to communicate with animals (and even with flowers). But its most remarkable use involved the jinn. By means of his ring, Solomon could summon these otherworldly spirits and make them do his bidding. He could also exorcise them from possessed persons.
Did Solomon's ring actually contain jewels given to him by angels? After a fashion, reports Nicholas Roerich, to Russian mystic who traveled in Tibet during the 1920s. According to Roerich, the ring was set with a fragment of the Chintamani Stone. This ancient stone (described as a chunk of moldavite with glowing striations) had been preserved in a lamasery that Roerich visited. The abbot presented Roerich with a fragment of it, and revealed that the stone had been brought to earth by a messenger from Sirius. Another fragment, said the abbot, had been presented to Emperor Tazlovoo of Atlantis, and another to King Solomon.
So the ring may have contained a fragment of the Chintamani Stone. What it did not contain was so-called Solomon's Seal. A hexagram or pentagram, Solomon's Seal is the magical symbol par excellence. But it did not arise until medieval times, appearing on amulets that sought an association with King Solomon and his ring.
And one final description of the ring has come down to us. It is found in a Yiddish folk tale. The tale goes as follows:
King Solomon was sitting on his throne one morning, And he decided that Benaiah, the captain of the Palace Guard, needed a lesson in humility. So the king summoned Benaiah and gave him an impossible mission to fulfill. "I have heard rumors of a fabulous ring," said Solomon. "It has a unique power. When a sad man gazes upon it, I become happy. But when a happy man gazes upon it, I become sad. Find this ring and bring it to me. "
Benaiah set out in search of the ring. I have traveled from town to town, inquiring as to its whereabouts. But no one had ever heard of such a ring. And I was about to give up when I spotted a junk shop, whose owner was sitting out front. Benaiah approached the man and described the object of his search.
"A ring that cheers the sad and saddens the cheerful?" Said the junk dealer. "Come inside."
They entered the shop. From a boxful of baubles the junk dealer took a plain, silver ring. I engraved some words on it and gave it to Benaiah. Benaiah read the inscription, nodded sagely, and headed back to the palace.
Solomon was expecting an unsuccessful-and humbled-Benaiah. So when Benaiah strode in and handed him the ring, the king was taken aback. Inspecting it, I read the inscription-and let out melancholy sigh.
King Solomon removed his costly rings and slipped on the ring from the junk shop. "It was I who needed a lesson in humility," he said. "This ring has reminded me of that wealth and power are fleeting things."
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"Oh, Omnipotent Talisman! Ring that by your mysterious conception you synthesize the essence of Power! Oh, you, Creator force that by your incessant radiations you extract from the Divine Ocean your tribute of energies!
"I conjure you, oh, Solomon's Ring!
that you allow me to assimilate the power of that Great King to my humble person.
"In your honor, oh, Mysterious Ring, Ineffable
and Magnificent !, my hands spread over You emanate vital effluvia. The particles of life that animate me are mixed with the Forces that maintain the life of the entire Macrocosm. Make our intimate and complete union. That power of yours that I assimilate is the Inseparable that will come to my aid in all my work and needs, and the Eternal Dispenser of Forces that will make me triumph over all the obstacles.
"Spirit of Light, Spirit of Goodness, Spirit of Wisdom, Spirit of Power, Spirit of Bliss, Spirit of Riches, Spirit of Love, that you are only one with my Ring, always be me, while alive, actively influence your influence.
"Grant me the Power and the Happiness, the Fortune and the Love, the Health and the Life." Nothing of unjust, nothing of perverse inspires my supplication The power that you lend to ... (here you will say your name and surnames) will not use it to satisfy low passions, but only to use it for Good, I conjure you, oh, Ring of Solomon, and I beg you to be propitious to me in my honest desires Shadai, Zebaoth, Adonay.
Once the spell is over, you will submit the ring to the perfumes of the Sun, pronouncing
Seven times the names of the following geniuses: Sakiel, Samael, Micael, Anael, Rafael, Gabriel, Cariel.
After the ceremony, you will be the owner of the Ring of Solomon, and with it you will achieve what you honestly propose.
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