Tuesday, 2 October 2012

The Lesser Key of Solomon

This icon of "king" of Sun and Moon looks like woman.

 It is in Venice in Pala D'Oro

Solomon baptism
Cornelis De Vos

The title of the first section of The Lesser Key of Solomon, containing descriptions of the seventy-two entities that King Solomon evoked, and confined in a bronze vessel sealed by magic symbols. King Solomon had them work for him, it is said, in the construction of the Temple.

there are 3 posibilities in the name of Solomon;

Solomon = Sol and Moon

               = Soul of Man

               = Shalom or Salam (N unplaced)

Excerpt: "In the book ANCIENT PAGAN SYMBOLS,
the hexagram is called Solomon's Seal, not David's.
It says...
1.      The star was mentioned and condemned by the God of Israel in Amos 5:26 and it was called by Him, `the star of your god, Moloch' or otherwise called `Chiun'. Reference to Amos 5:26 and the Israelites having it in the wilderness was also made in Acts 7:43. Here it was called the Star of Remphan. All these names refer to the `god' Saturn."

In Chapter 18
the demons of the
36 decans appear with names that sometimes seem to be conscious distortions of the traditional names for the decans and claim responsibility mostly for various ailments and pains. They provide the magical formulae by which they may be banished. For example, the thirty-third demon is Rhyx Achoneoth who causes sore throat and tonsilitis and can be driven off by writing the word Leikourgos on ivy leaves and heaping them into a pile.

72 angles = angels

Proverbs 10; Psalm 108 (New International Version)
The proverbs of Solomon:
A wise son brings joy to his father,
    but a foolish son brings grief to his mother.

Ill-gotten treasures have no lasting value,
    but righteousness delivers from death.

The Lord does not let the righteous go hungry,
    but he thwarts the craving of the wicked.

Lazy hands make for poverty,
    but diligent hands bring wealth.

He who gathers crops in summer is a prudent son,
    but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son.

Blessings crown the head of the righteous,
    but violence overwhelms the mouth of the wicked.[a]

The name of the righteous is used in blessings,[b]
    but the name of the wicked will rot.

The wise in heart accept commands,
    but a chattering fool comes to ruin.

Whoever walks in integrity walks securely,
    but whoever takes crooked paths will be found out.
Whoever winks maliciously causes grief,
    and a chattering fool comes to ruin.
The mouth of the righteous is a fountain of life,
    but the mouth of the wicked conceals violence.
Hatred stirs up conflict,
    but love covers over all wrongs.
Wisdom is found on the lips of the discerning,
    but a rod is for the back of one who has no sense.
The wise store up knowledge,
    but the mouth of a fool invites ruin.
The wealth of the rich is their fortified city,
    but poverty is the ruin of the poor.
The wages of the righteous is life,
    but the earnings of the wicked are sin and death.
Whoever heeds discipline shows the way to life,
    but whoever ignores correction leads others astray.
Whoever conceals hatred with lying lips
    and spreads slander is a fool.
Sin is not ended by multiplying words,
    but the prudent hold their tongues.
The tongue of the righteous is choice silver,
    but the heart of the wicked is of little value.
The lips of the righteous nourish many,
    but fools die for lack of sense.
The blessing of the Lord brings wealth,
    without painful toil for it.
A fool finds pleasure in wicked schemes,
    but a person of understanding delights in wisdom.
What the wicked dread will overtake them;
    what the righteous desire will be granted.
When the storm has swept by, the wicked are gone,
    but the righteous stand firm forever.
As vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes,
    so are sluggards to those who send them.
The fear of the Lord adds length to life,
    but the years of the wicked are cut short.
The prospect of the righteous is joy,
    but the hopes of the wicked come to nothing.
The way of the Lord is a refuge for the blameless,
    but it is the ruin of those who do evil.
The righteous will never be uprooted,
    but the wicked will not remain in the land.
From the mouth of the righteous comes the fruit of wisdom,
    but a perverse tongue will be silenced.
The lips of the righteous know what finds favor,
    but the mouth of the wicked only what is perverse.

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