Tetragrammaton Pendant-Meaning and Consecration .This is the most powerful amulet and symbol that I have known
to date. I always recommend it for those suffering cases of envy, jealousy and negative energies that we often make us an easy target.
The pentagram acts as a balancer of forces and energies. It expresses the domination of the spirit over the elements of
Nature. With this Magic symbol we can command and conquer the elemental creatures that populate the regions of
How to Use the Tetragrammaton
This five-pointed star was often carved on the wall at the time of building a house, to protect it from all negativity and to keep all spirits outside.
- When placed in the threshold of the home or above the main door, always facing towards the outside, it brings protection and wards off all negative entities and spirits.
- The tip of the star should always face upwards to invoke positivity and peace. Some say that when the tip of the star is facing downwards it calls for the dark or negative energies.
While the Tetragrammaton has been used as part of various designs over the years and in many different materials, I always recommend getting a silver pendant.
How to Cleanse and Consecrate your Pendant
- Before you wear your amulet, cleanse it with a bit of cotton soaked in sea water, rainwater or salt water. Then dry it using cotton as well.
- Place it in the light of the full moon all night. Before the sun comes out pick it up and wear it.
YHWH is the great name of God. It is a holy and blessed name, so it’s unpronounceable. It was formed by the four
Hebrew letters: Yod, Hé, Vau and Hé (YHVH). It conforms the base of the verb “to be” of which God designated His own name as “I am.”
If you ever wondered how to pronounce the Tetragrammaton, in English, the letters are basically equivalent to YHWH.
From these four letters derives the name of God which have been translated as Yahweh and Jehovah.
The correct pronunciation of the name of God has been lost due to the lack of its use. The ancient Hebrews, to whom the name of God was first revealed, did not say it because of their admiration and respect for God.
Therefore TETRAGRAMMATON is another way to say the four Kabbalistic letters (Yod, Hé, Vau and Hé) without
pronouncing them. It acts as a Magic Greek word or a “mantra” of an immense spiritual power that synthesizes in a single unit that which in the kabbalah is used to name God.
The Pentagram is formed by a five-pointed star or rays that intertwine, symbolizing the union of the unequal. Its five points correspond to the fecund union of the masculine principle, the three, with the two or feminine principle.
It is the idea of the perfect, the flaming star, symbol of the raw material, inexhaustible source of life. As light or radiance it is symbolically related to the spirit and the force of the universe. It also symbolizes the human microcosm as a transformation of the Pythagorean pentagram.