There’s a ring I’m looking at buying and performing some djinn binding magick with it in the near future.
I wondered if anyone could read the inscriptions on the ring and tell me what it meant. I’d like to determine if this would be an appropriate ring for djinn work.
Turkish here. I don’t know Arabic but I’m familiar with the culture.
That is Seal of Solomon. I’m sure you know that.
There is the prayer of “Ismi Azam”, which is the secret name of God known to angels and few people. You can look up Islamic resources for the prayer. There’s some controversy on the authenticity of the seal.
@asagl Ok yes I did know that about the seal of Solomon but the Arabic was a mystery to me. I’m aware of the controversy as well.
Perfect timing, thank you for coming forward regarding the Ismi Azam so quickly. That helps me decide what I’m going to do with it.
According to the information I can find at the moment, the writing is not important. It seems to be decorative. The star part is the sigil.
Let me contact a friend of mine. I will let you know
Thank you @Auneke that would be very helpful.
OK, here’s more info.
Once the ring is made, it needs to be charged. Probably by an Islamic scholar. And given as a duty. (this is a term when you are working with djinns. You should give them duty.)
By carrying the ring, the wearer is protected from magical attacks, spiritual beings.
Gains knowledge about secrets.
Gains riches in both material and spiritual worlds.
Has better luck.
Befriended by animals.
And becomes a better Muslim by being a better worshipper.
The Islamic occult starts with being a better worshipper, so I wouldn’t know how important that is.
As my understanding, the writings can be added to give more power over the seal, but not necessary. It is meant to be used as a ring, but respected, like it should be taken off when going to the loo
The commercially forged ones are not recommended, for they should be personal. But you can draw the star as a sigil and use it. ( In Islamic tradition the spells are written with saffron ink.)
Personally I think, It is a seal for a gateway, that gives you a specific state when opened; and not a sigil for calling an entity.
But there’s too much I don’t know about the subject. I might be completely off…
I would like to know if you work with it.
I plan to use some of Baal kadmons material for the working I intend to do. I’ll keep you posted on it.
Could you kindly share some resources on the seal of Solomon and Ismi Azam? I’d like to learn more.
@Cant_even What I’ve shared is just a superficial Google search.
Due to personal reasons I won’t touch Islamic magic even with a stick for the time being.
But I can give you the keywords so you can fly by yourself.
“havass” /havas: it means special, private. The islamic science of private properties of things.This phrase, which is used for nature and objects, means superior, distinguished person, extraordinary when used for people.
“vefq” /vefk: The processing of names and verses, which are believed to be healing and made through effective prayers, by reading or writing, is called vefk.
Ismi azam is a prayer to Allah shortly saying there’s only one god and he is so wonderful.
That’s very helpful information my friend.
I decided this morning based on my intuition to buy the ring. I already have a plan for how to consecrate and charge it and make it a tool suitable for the type of Djinn magick I intend to perform.
Thanks again for your help @asagl
Not at all, I wish I could be of more help, I like doing research.
In fact there’a whole forum on this subject but sadly it’s in Turkish, And I have limit on the amonut of pages I can translate.
My best friend is arab maybe i could send him the image and get his exact translation on it if that helps ?
Dude that would be stellar! @C.Kendall
Just sent it on over to him he’s doing a shift right now at the club so ill get back to you
Thanks alot I really appreciate it.
Please update. I am really interested in what you’ll come up with. I said I won’t touch the subject but I can watch from a distance.