The origin of the seal of Solomon dates back to the beginnings of the Kabbalah. The first uses date from the 16th century and were found in the decorations of medieval synagogues. But the Jewish people are not the only ones to know the powers of the seals of Solomon. This symbol is also present among Christians and Muslims throughout history.
The Seal of Solomon , also called Seal of David or Pentacle of Solomon is associated with the prophet and king of Israel Solomon.
Considered the wisest of men, his reign marked a time of abundance and success for the Jewish people.
Hashem would have given him a ring bearing a seal known as the "seal of Solomon".
On this ring were engraved different symbols, letters, names of angels and codes with biblical meanings. Its use gave him access to the occult arts and various secrets of the universe.
Thanks to his great wisdom, the prophet is said to have protected his people from disease and built the famous temple of Solomon.
Also known as the “Star of Solomon”, the Seal of King Solomon is an object full of mysteries. The true secrets of the Seal of Solomon would only be known by Angels and certain people. Only King Solomon would have had access to all his powers. The seal of Solomon has been used since the Middle Ages as a lucky talisman to protect against danger and attract success. Sacred Geometry also recognizes the protective powers of the Seal of Solomon. This six-pointed star composed of two triangles would represent all of creation. But also the unification of heaven and earth as well as the four elementary principles (water, earth, fire, wind).
Today the Seal of Solomon is known as the Star of David or Magen David . It is a real symbol that brings together the entire Jewish community in the world. It is found in particular on the flag of Israel but also on the facades of synagogues. Its use as a necklace or ring endows the wearer with some of King Solomon's ancient wisdom. By warding off the evil eye, it promotes protection and success .