The Seals & Sigils of Chael
Seals & Sigils of Chael
Seals & Sigils of Chael
The Seals and Images of Chael
to Earth for the Welfare of the human Generation. These Words are to be found in the very Beginning of the Book written by the said Chael.
The Figure of a Man sitting behind a Plow, with a long Beard, a long Face and bent Eye-brows, four Men leaning upon his Neck, he himself having in his Hands a Fox and a Vulture; if such a Stone in which these things are graven, is tyed to one's Neck, he will be able to discover hidden Treasures; he will dream of Treasures, and of the manner to overcome them. There is still another Virtue to free Beasts from Sickness, if they drink the Water wherein this Stone hath been washed. This Stone must be graved in the day and hour of Venus. But what Stone it must be, is not signify'd.
The Image of a Horse, having above a Crocodile, graven in a Jacinct, to have the Virtue to help him who weareth it to his just Demands, to make him beloved or lovely. It must be set in Gold, because Gold causeth its Virtue to increase.
The Figure of a Man sitting and a Woman standing before him with her Hairs spread abroad, the Man looking upwards; this Figure also graven in a Cornelian, will procure the Benevolence of every Body touch'd therewith. Under the Stone must be put a little Ambergrise and Turpentine.
A Man sitting with a lighted Candle in his Hand, being graved in a Chrysolite, hath the Virtue to cause him who weareth it, to become rich. It must be set in the finest Gold that can be had.
The Image of a Woman, having in one Hand a Bird, and in the other a Fish, graven in a Stone, to have a Virtue in fishing and fowling. It must be set in Silver.
An Image, whose Forepart is a Horse, and the Backpart a She Goat, being graved in a Stone, is of a Virtue to give Luck in bringing up and feeding all kinds of Animals. It must be set in Lead.
The Image of a Vulture, with an Olive-Branch in his Bill being engraved in a Stone call'd Pyrites, A precious Stone which, if one holdeth it hard burneth the Fingers.and worn in a Silver Ring, is to cause him who weareth it to be look'd at with Admiration and Amazement.
The Figure of a Ram and a Lyon, graven in a precious Stone, has a Virtue to reconcile discordant People, being touched therewith. It is to be set in Silver.
The Figure of a naked Man puff'd up, and the Figure of another Man well dress'd, having in one Hand a Cup, and in the other a Bough of an Herb or Plant, being graved in the Agath, has a Virtue to free from all kind of Fevers and Agues, if it is worn only for three Days.
The Figure of Scorpio and Sagittarius fighting together, graven in a Stone, and set in an Iron Ring and printed into Wax, is to make Discord instantly amongst such who are touched therewith.
The Figure of a Serpent, above it a Man, and on the Man sitting a Raven, being graved in a Stone, to make him who weareth it witty and prudent.
The Figure of a Man standing, and being cloathed with a Coast of Mail, and having a naked Sword in his Hand, being found graved in a Stone, and set in an Iron Ring of the same Weight, to cause him who weareth it to be irresistible in War.
The Figure of an Eagle graven in a precious Stone called AEtites, and set in a Ring of Lead, to cause him, who weareth it, to be beloved by every body, and be obeyed by all Kind of Animals. According to Pliny this Stone is found in an Eagle's Nest, and is like an Eagle with a white Tail, without which, it is thought, that the Eagle cannot lay her Eggs. Of this Stone is reported, that being
laid to a Woman's Thigh, is causeth quick Deliverance.
The Sign of Capricorn, graved in a Cornelian or in any other Stone, and set in Silver, to cause him who weareth it to abound in Honour, to acquire every Body's Friendship, and to be able to resist every Body in Fighting, how stout and valiant soever they may be. Thus far Chael.
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