“O Venus, from you proceeds the power of enjoyment and love. From you proceeds the root of the conjunction of love between man and a woman. You draw the spirit of one person toward another, and by your virtue love is generated”. Picatrix
Wearing Venus Ring expands the scope of your esthetic and sensual enjoyment, strengthens the bonds of true friendship and enhances your passion and inner peace.
The Venus Ring is a potent attractor of new romantic relationships and a preserver of existing ones. Ancient sources are praising the power of the Venus Talisman to make you attractive and desirable to the opposite sex.
This Ring is essential if you want to open your Heart. It confers optimism and awakens the will to live and experience life to its fullest, to appreciate beauty and to enjoy the finest creations in music and art. It amplifies the senses and brings you closer to the ones you love.
This Artifact is infused with powerful and unique blend of sensuality, emotion, sensitivity to others and personal magnetism.
Venus invites prosperity and fertility, and invokes the Muses to inspire you in all your creative endeavors.
The Venus Ring also promotes a healthy appetite, balances the thyroid, elevates the mood, restores passion, enhances sleep, strengthens the memory, boosts motivation and allows your creative expression to flow unhindered.
On the sides of the ring, we carved one of the Agrippa’s Venus figures of Divine Letters
How to use
Tradition recommends wearing the Talisman for the first time on a Friday (the day of Venus), while you are by yourself, imagining what it is that you desire most from it. Be specific and detailed when formulating your wishes, and at the moment of actually wearing the Talisman, imagine yourself in the situation you wish to be in.
It is recommended that you keep the Talisman to yourself and not show it to anyone for the first 24 hours. After the connection has been forged, you can freely wear it anywhere you go.
About the Figures of Divine Letters
“These Characters contain, and retain in them the peculiar natures, virtues, and roots of their Stars, and produce the like operations upon other things, on which they are reflected, and stir up, and help the influences of their Stars…” The Philosophy of Natural Magic – by Henry Cornelius Agrippa