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We also have silver Joseph Smith Jupiter talismans plus Jupiter rings and Regular Jupiter Pisces Talismans, and Jupiter Pentacles from the Greater Key of Solomon.
"...it conduceth to gain, and riches, favor, and love, peace, and concord, and to appease enemies, to confirm honors, dignities, and counsels..."
Three Books of Occult Philosophy Bk II, ch. 22.
On the front of the talismans, which you can see above, in the middle is the planetary table of Jupiter. Above the table is the Hebrew, El Ab a Divine Name of Jupiter, corresponding to the number 4. Underneath the table is the standard symbol of Jupiter. In the outer ring to right is the Hebrew ABA another Divine Name of Jupiter, which corresponds to the number 16. To right on the outer ring in Hebrew is the name, Johphiel, the intelligence of Jupiter, whose number 136 appears at the bottom of the outer ring.
Turning to the back of the talisman which you can see to right, we see the in the middle above the seal of Jupiter, below it the sigil of the Intelligence of Jupiter, Johphiel or Iophiel. To left is the standard symbol of Jupiter and in the outer ring, the Latin, Confirmo, Deus Potentissimus, "Strength me, O God most powerful."
The so called Joseph Smith Jupiter talisman is actually a talisman design from early 19th century esoteric author or rather compiler, Francis Barrett. Barrett's The Magus was published in London in 1801 and is made up of selections from Cornelius Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy, the Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy attributed to Agrippa and the Robert Turner's 1655 translation of the Heptameron of Peter of Abano. Barrett made a few modifications and modernized the spelling and syntax of these selections.
"Barrett's book was not reprinted until 1875. Nonetheless, Francis King's study of the Western tradition of magic noted that the first edition of the Magus, 'played an important part in the English revival of magic'. Antoine Faivre has also emphasized Barrett's book in the general European revival of magic during the first decades of the 1800's."
D. Michael Quinn, Early Mormonism and the Magic World View (Signature, 1998) page 21.
In 1974 Dr. Reed C. Durham, a Mormon and noted scholar of Mormon history gave a lecture entitled, "Is there no help for the Widow's Son?". Durham revealed a medal worn by Joseph Smith and long thought to be a Masonic emblem was, in fact, a talisman of Jupiter. Smith's talisman appears to left.
What is interesting to note is that Smith's Jupiter talisman is almost identical to the example given by Barrett above and to the right. This format is not provided in either Agrippa's Latin original nor the English translation of 1651 by John Freake. The illustration in the English translation appears below to right. Note the break in the seal which seems to be a printer's error and does not appear in the Latin original though it is faithfully copied in the Magus and Smith's talisman.
That being said I have no desire to be drawn into the battle that still rages concerning Joseph Smith, occult philosophy and the Church of Latter Day Saints. My interest here is in the diffusion and survival of talismanic magic after the Enlightenment.
These talismans were cast on 7:10 am MDT, April 19, 2012 MDT, in Boulder, Colorado, by our jeweler/mage, Wade Coleman. It is Jupiter day and the planetary hour of Jupiter. Jupiter rises, and is dignifed by term.
I am pleased to offer these beautiful bronze talismans of Jupiter. These talisman are 16 grams, over 1/2 ounce of bronze and 1 & 3/8s inches in diameter. White bronze is composed of 61% copper, 18% manganese, 16% zinc, 2% beryllium, 2% nickel and 1% lead. The talismans were cast and consecrated at the elected time and come with a cord and instructions for a personal consecration.
Only a very few of these talismans were made. They are unique and the timing of their election can never be replicated. These are not the usual mass produced pewter "talismans" but made from bronze and carefully cast to the specifications in our original sources at the exact time auspicious for Jupiter.
These talismans are wonderful examples of the ancient art of astrological magic, authentically and beautifully made!
The bronze Joseph Smith Jupiter talisman for prosperity and good fortune are $299.95 plus $15.95 US priority insured shipping or $59.95 non-US shipping. Just click the credit card or Paypal buttons for secure online ordering.
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