An Amulet is an object which has intrinsic power to give protection to its wearer, whereas a Talisman is specifically made to achieve a particular purpose. Amulets give protection by absorbing negative energies, while Talismans work by generating a positive force to achieve their objective. Both work like self charging solar batteries and are constructed in a way which links them with the appropriate planetary force concerned for the intention.
Amulets and Talismans have been worn by people of almost every culture right up to the present. Even today millions of people throughout the world who claim to have no time for all this magickal nonsense happily wear their crucifix or St. Christopher or Star of David - all of which are types of Amulets worn for magickal protection.
This category consists of three product lines: Key of Solomon Talismans, Medieval Fortune Charms, and Star Charms.
Our Key of Solomon Talismans are faithfully reproduced from the Key of Solomon, the famous book of Magickal Law reputed to have been written by King Solomon himself 3,000 years ago. Mediaeval Fortune Charms originate from Poland and were worn by mediaeval Knights as Amulets around the neck, on belts, or used on pieces of parchment. They are made of brass and copper and supplied with a leather hanging thong. The Star Charms line is an eclectic collection of authentic Talismans and Amulets from a wide number of cultures and sources. All pieces are made of brass and copper.