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Fig. 69 Seal of Solomon in "Magic Symbols" by Frederick Goodman page 80.

Hexagrams -- Also known as the Seal of Solomon -- Definition --

Two interlocking reversed triangles. "...proficient magicians regard the Seal as one 9of the most powerful and meaningful of all magical symbols. This explains why it is found in such diverse sources as grimoires designed to set out the supposed rules of demonic conjuration (Fig. 69) [and] magical spells designed for enchantment (Fig. 70). Hexagrams are also known as "Demon Traps" when they are surrounded with a circle. (See figure 70). When a witch wants to conjure a demon she draws a 9-foot circle on the ground. Then she draws a hexagram inside. Then by pronouncing the proper formulas she can force a demon to appear within the circle. As long as she stayed inside the circle the demon could not hurt her and must do her bidding. If the witch stepped one foot outside the protective circle the demon would kill.

Demon traps are used to advance the cause which the witch wants to advance.

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