I have a question about the meaning for the First Seal of Mystery from the 6th & 7th Books of Moses,
For example it says that: First Seal of Mystery - If this Seal is buried in the earth, where treasures exist, they will come to the surface of themselves, without any presence in plane lunio.
The most useful ministering arch angels of this seal are the following with their Hebrew verbis revelatis Citatiori divinitus coactivis: Uriel, Arael, Zacharael, Gabriel, Raphael, Theoska, Zywolech, Hemohon, Yhael, Tuwahel, Donahan, Sywaro, Samohayl, Zowanus, Ruweno Ymoeloh, Hahowel, Tywael. The particularly great secret and special use of this seal is that if this seal is buried in the earth, where treasures exist, they will come to the surface of themselves, without any presence during a full moon.
What the heck does this mean, you have to find a place where you think is a treasure then bury the seal to see if it works?
There is nothing evil about these Seals. The concept comes from Medieval and Kabbalistic practices, but the specific book that talks about the Seal of Moses was written in the 18th or 19th century by ceremonial magicians and has little if anything to do with the Moses of the Old Testament. The oldest extant copy of this book only dates to 1849 and drew upon a specific German magical system. It became popular along with other Biblical texts in Appalachian folk magic.
what u are saying is true Lark but there is scroll that is older than that apparently around time moese lived, the scroll was re found in 2006 and got lost 3 days later , this fact was never reported and no one actually knows what happened to the scrolls or what they really contain, the translation wasn't much to describe the whole scroll, but there was said that moese used the seals to banish the great evils of this world.