St Michael Sigil

The Archangel Michael Sigil ring is open in the back and fits all. (Size 4.5 - 10.5)
The top of the ring is 21mm diameter (0.82 inch)Made of Brass and polished to shine its true color or silver plated.
Can a prayer be inspired by a battle? Pope Leo XIII wrote the Saint Michael prayer, printed below, in 1884, after supposedly seeing a frightening vision: evil spirits, trying to fulfill Satan’s boast to destroy our Lord’s Church within a century, were engaging in fierce attacks against it.
Although the Pontiff also saw St. Michael casting Satan (also known as the devil) and his demons back into Hell in his vision, he was so horrified by what he had seen he felt compelled to help defend our faith in this struggle. In the Saint Michael prayer he throws down the gauntlet to “the father of lies” as Jesus calls the devil in John’s Gospel (8:44), by enlisting the help of a very special Archangel:
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle.Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil.May God rebuke him, we humbly pray;and do Thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the Divine Power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spiritswho roam throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls.

Start with 1 pound of Sea Salt. Mix in 1 ounce of Angelica Mix in 0.5 ounce of Dried Basil Mix in 1 ounce of crushed Star Anise (break). Michael the Archangel was the one that threw Lucifer, the fallen archangel and his minions from Heaven to the Abyss when they revolted against God. He has proven his mettle in full. Michael the Archangel for Protection in Less than Critical Times On top of turning to him when in dire need, we can also pray to St. A widely used ' Prayer to Saint Michael ' was brought into official use by Pope Leo XIII in 1886 and was recommended by Pope John Paul II in 1994. The feast day of the archangels Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael is September 29. Seven sigils spell out the names of the seven archangels who govern the days of the week. Elegant, white, benevolent magic, perfect as a gift or personal talisman. Evoke their names as needed, or meditate on their unique blessings every day of the week.Michael- (Sunday) The warrior, the protector.Gabriel- (Monday) The messenger.

One of the most curious works of the Faustian cycle must be the five-volume Doktor Johannes Fausts Magia naturalis et innaturalis, oder dreifacher Höllenzwang, letztes Testament und Siegelkunst : nach einer kostbar ausgestatteten Handschrift in der Herzoglichen Bibliothek zu Koburg, 1849
The fifth volume of this work, very rich in pentacles and seals, contains a number of plates with pentacles ascribed to the seven planetary angels.
I have a used the scanned copy hosted by the Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek in Weimar:

Plate 30 features he seal of Anael in a very distinctive fashion, perhaps tributary to a manuscript source, with the first mark containing a sort of heart-shape instead of a teardrop, and a snake-figure replacing the somewhat phallic mark of the Heptameron.

Plate 38 features a distinctive version of the seal of Raphael, a sort of abbreviated version of the Heptameron.

The following plates are more systematic in their representation and feature the whole scale of the seven planetary angels.

Plate 99, titled I. The Seal of St. Michael, abounds in seals that so far are unknown from other sources, but the seal in the enclosure certainly is extracted from the Heptameron. The perimeter has the names of the angels of the day of the Lord and the spirits of the air, king and ministers alike, which draw directly from the Heptameron. Not only that, but the order of the angels is the order of the days of the week, starting with Sunday, and the attribution is Michael-Sun, Raphael-Mercury. There is no doubt about it that the Heptameron is the source of the seals, one instance where the inspiration can be absolutely certain.

Plate 100: II. The Seal of St. Gabriel

Plate 101: III. The Seal of St. Raphael

Plate 102: IV. The Seal of St.Samael

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Plate 105: VII. The Seal of St. Gabriel
I realize there is no point in analyzing the seals in comparison to the figures of the Heptameron to establish a link to them. However, I shall nonetheless proceed to note the differences recorded for two reasons. The first is for recording just how much a seal can be morphed and changed from one direct source to another document, that is, just how much a scribe, a compiler or a draftsman can change the design of a seal. The second reason is establishing the peculiarities of the seals from this edition in order to ascertain what later documents had this version of the seals as a source, and not the Heptameron or another.
Mostly all the seals here are faithful replicas of the ones in the Heptameron, only of far better draftsmanship, so no notes will be mentioned, except in extraordinary cases.
The seal of Michael

The seal of Raphael

St michael the archangel

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Notes: to testify to the Heptameron as a direct source, this seal even keeps the lower left hook in the third mark.

The seal of Anael
Notes: as in plate 30, we find a heart shape instead of the familiar teardrop from the Hept. seals, in the first mark. Also, the second mark is smaller, fainter and thinner than the first one, an uncommon occurrence when we consider the general aesthetic graphical balance of the lines that the artist so dearly cultivated.
The seal of Cassiel

Notes: The first sign begins with a sort of curl that is reminiscent of the slightly curved end line occurring in Hept.1.

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