The pouch itself is engraved in a phenomenally light and soft deerskin leather that is virtually unnoticeable worn against your skin.
The amulet engraved on the pouch is given by Moses Zacuto in Shorshei HaShemot (the Roots of the Names) for protection against all physical weapons. Jacobus Swart writes of this Kamea (written amulet): "... Hence it should come as no surprise that there should be a Hebrew amulet the intention of which is protection against all kinds of weaponry, i.e. knives, guns, etc.
In this regard, those who should find themselves in circumstances which necessitate this form of safeguard, are advised to write the following Kamea, commencing with the following adjuration, comprised of a set of Divine and Angelic Names (which I have been assured are correct) at the top of deerskin parchment:...
... The amulet is completed with 'magical seals' located below the adjuration. Thereafter the Kamea is worn like a pendant around the neck of the individual requiring this support. "
The amulet is customized with the first name of the intended recipient and the first name of their same-sex parent.
Inside the pouch are additional writs, engraved on kosher lambskin parchment.
THE 6TH PENTACLE OF MARS
I have engraved a very few 6th Pentacles of Mars from the Greater Key of Solomon, of which it is written "It hath so great virtue that being armed therewith, if thou art attacked by any one, thou shalt neither be injured not wounded when thou fightest with him, and his own weapons shall turn against him."
These pentacles were engraved on the Day of Mars, November 24, during the Hour of Mars, while Mars was in his Domicile in Aries, with Luna conjuncting him there, and no conflicting aspects.
The Pentacles were sufumigated in Martial incense and Mars was invoked with Orphic Hymns.
Due to the very narrow and precise astrological window in which these could be created, I was only able to make 10 pentacles.
7 are for friends, family, and me.
The remaining 3 are available for amulet pouches.
THE BOOK OF PROTECTION WRITS
Three writs are from the Book of Protection, a collection of Persian Christian charms translated from Syriac in the 19th century.
Included among the dozens of charms for a variety of purposes are Writs 9, 16 and 28 included in these pouches: "Binding the Arrows, Daggers, Swords and All Implements of War", "Binding the Guns and the Engine of War",.and "Binding the Gun of the Warriors".
The pouches are hand saddle-stitched, and available either open-top so you can remove the writs for prayer and ritual, or sealed at your preference.
All pouches are custom items, because they require the inscription or the bearer's name. Custom items ship in 5-6 weeks.