11 Ancient Oriental Talismans & Their Meanings

Ancient Oriental Talismans

This collection of Talismans comes from the ‘The Book of Talismans’ which is over 100 years old. Much of the deep insights into Talismans, Gem Stones and Zodiac signs which have been documented in this book have been long forgotten in modern times. The full book is available in our Wizard Library and you can see it here.

 


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1. THE TORTOISE

    • Represents the Universe or the ‘vault of the sky’ in many eastern mythologies
    • Worn for longevity, endurance and strength
    • It is also used to repel Black Magic

2. THE CARP

    • According to an old myth, the carp using it’s enduring and grit was able to reach the chariot in the clouds. The chariot then took him to the heavens for everlasting bliss.
    • The carp is a masculine talisman worn for bravery, grit, endurance and strength.
    • It is also a symbol of good luck and fortune.

3. THE DRAGON

    • Worn in Thibetan cultures to bring wealth, good fortune and material prosperity
    • In these cultures, it is also known as the ‘Wind Horse’ and carries the ‘The Book of Law’ on it’s back.

4. THE TRIDENT OF SIVA

    • Protects against evil ghosts and other negative entities
    • It also represents reproductive rejuvenation and was worn by women for this purpose

5. THE PHEONIX

    • Also known as the ‘HO-WO Bird’ in Japanese culture
    • it is a symbol of righteousness, justice, fidelity and trust

6. THE FAN

    • Ensures the safety of its wearer
    • It symbolises influence, authority and power.

7. HOTEI

    • Also called the ‘Children’s god’
    • He brings laughter, joy and happiness to the household
    • He appears as a symbolic twin of ‘Santa Claus’ from western cultures

8. THE MITSU-DOMOE

    • An import sigil which represents the three elements of life i.e. Air, Fire and Water
    • It is worn to protect the household from natural disasters, negative energies and material loss

9. THE MONEY SWORD

    • This is an all-powerful sword known to protect against evil entities and bad luck
    • If suspended over the head of the bed from right to left it is believed to bring cash to the owner.

10. THE SILVER LOCK

    • Locks person into life bringing a long and healthy life
    • Also protects against negative entities.

11. THE KEYS TO THE GRANARY

    • Attracts love
    • Brings happiness and material wealth

 

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