Sigillum Dei - Aemeth - 200mm Crystal Grid
The Sigillum Dei: Aemeth, also known as the Seal of God, is a magical diagram composed of two circles, a pentagram, two heptagons, and one heptagram, and is labeled with the name of God and his angels. It was an amulet with the magical function that, according to Liber Juratus, allowed the initiated magician to have power over all creatures except Archangels, but usually only reserved for those who can achieve the blessed vision of God and angels.
The Liber Juratus is a medieval grimoire written by Honorius of Thebes. One of the oldest surviving manuscripts of the Liber Juratus, dating from the end of the 14th or the beginning of the 15th century, was partly owned by John Dee, a mathematician and magical experimenter, in whose Mysteriorum Libri Quinti, or Five books of mystical exercises (1581–1583), the Sigillum Dei played a central role and gained the suffix Sigillum Dei: Aemeth.