Talisman of the Moon

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I created a planetary Talisman of the Moon (above).  If you want, you can right click it and print it out.  Fold it twice to create your own lunar talisman.  The purpose of this talisman is as a tool to heighten your intuition and latent psychic abilities.

Folded Moon Talisman

Folded Moon Talisman

I’d suggest the talisman be made during an actual full moon.  A genuine silver coin (U.S. dated 1964 or earlier) should be kept in the folds of this talisman.  Silver is the moon’s metal.  It is said that silver is effective in storing the subtle etheric energies that the moon reflects from the sun.   During a full moon, it’s suggested the talisman be left exposed to the rays of the moon, perhaps on a windowsill.  But never let sunlight touch it!   Sunlight will erase the moon’s imprint.  This talisman differs from other talismans in that it should only be used at night.

Drawing down the moon is a way to directly empower our talisman.  The full moon really is a riveting sight.  As it drifts up over the horizon…who can’t help but be drawn to it?  Everytime I see a full moon I can’t help but notice it.  The moon has always had an influence me.  There are claims the full moon affects people’s behavior.  Maybe it is like a “night sun” causing more activity at nighttime?

In history the moon has spiritual significance.  It also has a direct physical influence, hence our tides.  Unlike other planetary talismans that access subtle celestial/astral influences, the moon talisman has the potential for a more immediate impact.  Some say not all tides are only physical.  It is believed that there is a realm of dark, invisible energy and matter that closely mirrors the physical world.  This ether is also affected by the earth, sun, and moon.  These etheric tides are strongest during the full moon.  As the moon waxes, these tides grow stronger, and as the moon wanes, the etheric tides grow less.  The few days before and during the full moon are most powerful.

Witching Hour

Witching Hour

At nighttime we are away from the sun’s overpowering physical and etheric energy.  During the “witching hour” when our location is directly opposite the sun, we are at the quietest point in the earth’s electromagnetic sphere.  This is the time when ghosts and paranormal activity seem to have their highest potential.  The sun and the earth’s electromagnetic field appear to interfere with this subtle ether, but during the dead of night is a time of maximum potential.  It is during this witching hour, especially when there is a full or new moon, that the doorway to contact with etheric realities are most possible.

The Lunar Talisman can be used in different ways.  Once charged with the moon’s influence, it can be a tool to aid in dreaming.  Put it under your pillow as you sleep.  It may aid in lucid dreaming and even with dreams of precognition.   Better yet if your bed has a direct view of the moon at night so the moon’s light can bath you as you sleep.  But never let the light of day touch this talisman!  It is for the nighttime only.

12 Responses to “Talisman of the Moon”

  1. Arlene deWinter Says:

    Hi David,
    Very cool talisman. I will have to try it. I’ll let you know its effects.

  2. Teresa Silverthorn Says:

    Very interesting. This is an area I’m not too familiar with…thanks for the information.

  3. Stephanie Says:

    The moon is very special to me, my “personal” symbol.

    I appreciate your article very much.

  4. David Says:

    Hi all,
    When the weather finally (one day) gets nice here in Chicagoland, I plan on doing some experiments during the “witching hour”. I will try some card readings, perhaps an Ouija board or seance session outdoors, and see if I can catch anything on film under the moon during the quiet of night. I’ve had some weirdness happen in the past during the dead of night, and I wonder if I can recreate that.

  5. Rev. E.M. Camarena Says:

    Thanks for the swell Moon Talisman. I admire your creativity and “other” vision.

  6. sam Says:

    hey dave;
    those talismans are great work, but i wish you would give us protection, and wisdom talismans of mars and mercury also. thanks sam

  7. David Says:

    Hi Sam,
    I was thinking of making additional talismans. Love and money seem to be at the top of everybody’s list and I did those. Mars and Mercury are good ideas. What would be the symbolism for Mercury’s wisdom? A talisman for wisdom would actually be more important then any, since with knowledge and wisdom all else will follow. That was King Solomon’s choice when offered. Outside the sigil and square of Mercury, what would be a great symbol of wisdom? I think perhaps the ancient Egypt god Toth, the scribe god, along with King Solomon. And it would take learned people to figure out that symbolism!
    Dave

  8. Sienna Moonlayne Says:

    As a Moon Child, I have always felt a strong connection to the Moon. I’ve searched and searched for talismans and necklaces that would aid me. Then I found one. You just happen to have a very similar design to the talisman I bought. The hand pointing to the script is an ancient symbol. You can buy the real, pewter, talisman for about 25 dollars at this website:

    http://www.wiccanway.com/pewter-talisman-moon-p/wwjewamu009.htm

    Here are all of it’s uses:
    Protect against all phantoms of the night
    Aid in obtaining answers through dreams
    Protect from all dangers of water
    Calm storms around you
    Reveal answers through dreams
    Aid in sleep and prevent nightmares
    Give freedom from pain
    Eliminate evil influence and bad luck
    Provide a harmonious and healthy life
    Help give a quick recovery from ailments
    Bring out the wearer’s healing abilities

    Hope I helped!

  9. David Says:

    Sienna,
    Thanks for the information. Those pewter tailsmans are based on designs from the old grimorie, the Key Of Solomon. No better source then that!
    Dave

  10. Carlos Pires Says:

    Hi Sam.

    Sorry my english, don’t be great.
    Bat I like to ask you in the squares with the numbers; we gonna do like we donne in the square of jupiter.
    I gonna give your example:
    Using numerology, create a number for each letter of your name. My name is David, and using this chart, we can see that D=4, A=1, V=4, I=9 and D again = 4.

    Now on the square of Jupiter, draw lines to connect the squares, in sequence, of your name’s letters.

    We do with my name?
    Thanks. For your advices.

  11. Alex Says:

    what does the writing and the symbols on the talisman mean? what language is that? where did it originate?

  12. David Says:

    Alex,
    The images are from the grimoire, the Key Of Solomon.
    Dave

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