Lion-Heart Regulus Talismans II
Clay was rolled with 24k gold, mastic, wormwood, mugwort, and yellow trumpet flower before being cut into disks. One side was impressed with the form of a lion, a piece of garnet in place of a heart and gold leaf as the mane. The other side showcases the glyph of Regulus, making for the exact same design as the sold out first series. These were then cured in an infusion of the herbal mixture consecrated to Regulus, setting the election at the prime moment of maximal influence.
Keep on your person to command authority and output shine, the closer to the heart the better, whether in a shirt pocket or tucked within the left side of a brassier. Can also be placed within, behind, or underneath items such as business licenses, logos, artworks, or whatever your heart desires to use as an engine for magical prominence, empowerment, and promotion.
Every talisman includes a vial of Regulus Oil for ongoing maintenance of its charge.
Please note: Do not apply the anointing tincture to these talismans, as they will weaken the clay. Attempts to bend may result in snapping, so please handle with reasonable care.
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|1.5 × 1.5 × .2 in
Sun — Good for people who are Solar deficient and need support for the natal Sun
Night of January 22nd 2019. Moon and Regulus conjoined the Ascendant, hour of Jupiter. Chart in the image gallery
I have a short writing project due Friday night, and was hoping to have the first draft completed a week ago, to give myself time to edit. I’ve technically been working on this for years, but especially recently, I’ve gotten overwhelmed by the blank page and the words that just wouldn’t come, or weren’t right. I tried the Regulus talisman for the first time Tuesday, slipping it into my blouse almost as an afterthought. Tuesday night, the words just FLOWED without a struggle (and where they didn’t, I was able to move on and keep writing instead of getting stuck). I was finally able to finish my rough draft, and was actually happy with everything I’d written that evening. Thank you so much, Regulus, for breaking the dam, and thank you Kaitlin, for the hard work and quality that goes into your offerings!!!