King Solomon, the son of King David, was the builder of the First Temple in Jerusalem. He was believed to be blessed with divine wisdom, and could speak the language of both animals and spirits. One of God’s angels granted King Solomon the knowledge to create 44 seals which were used by the monarch in magical rituals that evoked the spirits in order to achieve both benevolent and just goals for humanity.
The first two seals to be displayed on this site represents the Seventh and Ninth Seal and acts as a protective amulet against danger and evil. The central Hebrew letters contain the sacred names of God, and the other letters make up a Kabbalstic combination that evoke protective prayers. The Tenth Seal is an amulet to protect a person's health and also contains a number of Kabbalistic codes and prayers for ones physical well-being.