The Abraxax Medallion
Abraxax is the earliest known form of the God Djanthi Thoth. In Ancient Egypt, He was the Creator God and guided early man to higher civilization. Abraxax is the name given by early Gnostic Christians to denote the embodied Form of God. In the language of the Gnostics, God represents fullness. God is the source of all being and form. If a God were to materialize in the temporal world, we would have to give him a conceptual label and name. Gnostics gave this Label the name Abraxax.
Abraxax can provide us with a definition of God for the future. It will be as if Abraxax far from being a forgotten idea of the past was really a powerful and correct interpretation of God, waiting for the right moment to emerge and become more widely known again.
We met the God Abraxax about two years ago. We studied him and recently he revealed himself to Be one of the most ancient Egyptian Gods. He has helped us in many ways with our business, health, and manifesting money.
This invocation was spoken into existence by both Acharya and Myself. It combines the Spiritual Power of two Masters to invoke The God Abraxax into your life. The power that he brings is real. We have witnessed it. We hope you will try it for yourself.
The Abraxax Medallion helps you connect with the full power of The God. You will feel his presence more acutely and when you say the invocation while wearing the medallion, you will feel his protection.
More about The God Abraxax
Throughout the various beliefs associated with Abraxas, he was often described as having the head of a lion or in some cases a cock, which at times bore a royal crown, along with a dragon's tail, and serpents in lieu of legs. There are many interpretations attached to the word “Abrasax”.
According to the “Basilidians”, he was the Supreme God, for the Greek letters that forms his name adds up to the number of 365, which according to their beliefs in turn corresponds to the number of days in a year. Each day of the year according to the Gnostics, represents a “circle of creation” which in turn has its own individual spirit assigned to it. Basilides was a Gnostic Christian teacher from the second century CE who taught in Alexandria Egypt.
It is thought that when Carl Jung wrote his “Septem Sermones ad Mortuos (The Seven Sermons to the Dead) , he was in effect, paraphrasing Basilides. His treatise is in effect a three-stage development of God as understood through the eyes of humans. Very basically these three stages begin with god as a single entity who then transforms into a separation of god and devil, which then becomes a unified entity of both god and devil. The Basilidians also believe that it was Abrasax who sent Jesus Christ to do his bidding here on earth.
The word Abraxas was the name used by the Gnostics to denote the unspeakable name of the Supreme Being. This is a practice found in other belief systems such as the Judaic practice of using the term “Yahweh” as a term for the unspeakable name for their god.
It is established knowledge that the word Abraxas (Abrasax or Abracax) was often found engraved on certain gemstones, which were called Abraxas stones. These in turn were used as amulets or charms. Such stones contained the name “Abraxas” and/or other mystic figures and/or groups of letters.
The initial spelling of the word as seen on the stones was "Abrasax". According to Gnostic cosmology, the seven letters spelling its name represent each of the seven planets, which within the Gnostic belief system are the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. The word Abraxas is thought by some to be the origin of the word “abracadabra”, though this word also has other sources cited as being its origin.