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King Solomon’s Seals

King Solomon’s intelligence and wisdom was well known. He spoke the language of animals, the language of demons, the language of spirits, and the language of angels. In his great wisdom, he wrote keys and seals to control the wills of both demons and the angels and to cause them to do his bidding. In Judaism, King Solomon Seals are known to be extremely powerful signs, used for writing charms and amulets.
Very few know how to write complete seals as required. For each request, there is a specific text. The text, which is written in ancient Hebrew and angel’s script, is written on kosher parchment, with a special quill. The text is calculated and written according to the name, the birth date, and the mother’s name of the person ordering it, and also according to his problem or request. The seal itself has no power if it is not created specifically for the person who orders it.
Many of the symbols appearing here are used for unification of couples, finding a mate, domestic harmony, removal of the evil eye or witchcraft, expulsion of harmful demons from the house or the environment, success and protection of livelihood, love, protection from disasters or diseases, or health and recuperation from disease.
It is important not to add any text to the symbols. The simplest way to use the symbols is by drawing the chosen seal on a piece of cotton cloth (optimally, on a piece of deerskin kosher parchment). Do not add any text that does not appear in the seal. On the other side of the seal, write the name of the person and his mother’s name. Roll up the parchment and tie it with a linen string. Carry the seal in your purse or pocket.
If you are interested in a personal seal for yourself or for your family or business, or for any other purpose, please contact us.

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Releasing Spirits from the House

Frequently we feel that we are not alone in our house. Sometimes there is a feeling that someone is watching us, or we discern a shadow passing by, seen out of the corner of our eye. Sometimes for no reason we feel a shiver or even the sensing of a caress. Sometimes objects disappear and return to their place when no one has touched them. Sometimes objects or pictures fall down for no reason. Electrical devices start to work without being turned on. All these are signs of the presence of a soul in the house, or a soul that is watching over one of the family members. History is full of stories about souls that have not succeeded in letting go and continuing on their journey.
The following is an old charm to release those souls from the house:
Place in each room 3 bowls of water touching each other and in the middle (between the bowls) light a Candle that will burn 24 hours. After 24 hours, purify the house with myrrh and frankincense (burn them together in a metal container and let the smoke fill the entire house). Then read Kaddish (or any other prayer used to rest a soul in peace) for an anonymous soul in the kitchen area while water runs from the tap in a small stream. This action will release the soul from the house so that it may continue on its way.
The above method isn’t always effective. In such cases, I recommend the use of a King Solomon Seal to release souls, which must be written with all the family member’s names.

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Hamsa for Protection



A lucky talisman which shaped like a hand, also known as a protector against the evil eye. Origins in the Arab countries and has no connection to Judaism at all. Hamsa is also called “the Hand of Fatima”, Muhammad’s daughter. Hamsa symbolizes the five commandments of Islam, which are: Walking to Mecca at least once a life, announcement of the Islam in public, giving charity, keeping the Ramadan fasting and prayer three times a day facing Mecca. The Hamsa came to remind every Muslim these five commandments, and promising him an entrance to heaven if he observes the commandments. Originally, Hamsa served as a protection against ghosts and spirits. According to Muslim belief, ghosts and spirits have a tendency to dwell in abandoned places. Therefore, Muslims tend to dip their hand in color (usually blue) and leave their hand print mark on their doors. This sign causes demons to understand, that this house is not abandoned, and people actually live there. This mark prevents ghosts and spirits to enter the house. Hence, the Hamsa’s role parallel to the mezuzah’s roll in Judaism – keeping the house and the people who resides there.
North African Jews brought the Hamsa’s sign with them to Israel, as a protector against the evil eye and bring good luck. This belief is widespread, especially among North African immigrants. Today, you can find the Hamsa in every house, or any key chain. (From the book “Do not know troubles”, by Issac Mizrahi).