3930 – Alpha Omega Hexagram

Physical description:
Black painted wood with coloured ink.
Museum classification:
Ritual Magic
Size:
24cm x 30cm
Information:

The front of this diagram, which lies atop black card, has a colourful hexagram featuring planetary symbols, alchemic symbols, and Hebrew letters. The uppermost section of the hexagram is indigo (please refer to colour chart from The Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie below) and contains the Hebrew letter Alef. It is surrounded by more Hebrew letters (as is the entire diagram), plus what may be the symbol for Saturn. The blue section houses the letter Resh, as well as the symbol for Jupiter. It is not clear what lies in the green section. The purple section has Alef, as well as a Moon symbol. The orange section has the letter Chet and the symbol for Mercury. The red section has Alef as well as the alchemic symbol for antimony. The central, yellow panell has some Hebrew letters as well as the bow and arrow symbol which, according to Lubavitcher Rebbe, represents the power of inwardness. Around the hexagram are small depictions of some of the elemental weapons.

Resource:
Object
Materials:
Card and Ink
Copyright ownership:
MWM

The front of this diagram, which lies atop black card, has a colourful hexagram featuring planetary symbols, alchemic symbols, and Hebrew letters. The uppermost section of the hexagram is indigo (please refer to colour chart from The Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie below) and contains the Hebrew letter Alef. It is surrounded by more Hebrew letters (as is the entire diagram), plus what may be the symbol for Saturn. The blue section houses the letter Resh, as well as the symbol for Jupiter. It is not clear what lies in the green section. The purple section has Alef, as well as a Moon symbol. The orange section has the letter Chet and the symbol for Mercury. The red section has Alef as well as the alchemic symbol for antimony. The central, yellow panell has some Hebrew letters as well as the bow and arrow symbol which, according to Lubavitcher Rebbe, represents the power of inwardness. Around the hexagram are small depictions of some of the elemental weapons.