Friday, August 31, 2018

The Biblical Key Of Solomon (圣经里的所罗门之锁)

In Western occult texts, there are two books written under the name of King Solomon. One of them is the 'Lesser Key of Solomon' While the other is the 'Greater Key of Solomon'. If you have them, forsake them please or you will get yourself into trouble that is if you have not already decipher the initial intention of God to human kind.

In case you are not aware, the God as mentioned in the Old Testament is far from kind. In fact, He is a straight one and He will punish anyone who defies His rule.

So, what is the Key Of Solomon really?



  • Compromise is sin and double-mindedness (Matthew 6:24; James 4:4, 8).
  • Compromise causes God’s people to be indecisive and faithless (1 Kings 18:21). 

In short:

1. Do not compromise the God's wisdom.

  • It can be obtained from asking the Lord and studying His will (James 1:5; Psalm 119:66, 129-131).

2. Do not compromise the God's conduct.

  • He built the temple and dedicated it to God (1 Kings 8:14-21).
  • His prayer of dedication is one of the most beautiful in the Bible (1 Kings 8:22-53).
  • God told him what he needed to do to receive His blessing (1 Kings 9:4-9).

3. Do not compromise the God's worship.

  • God alone is to be the sole object of our worship (Matthew 4:10)
  • Solomon did not fully follow the Lord (1 Kings 11:5-8).

4. Don't compromise the God's influence.

  • It is no wonder that God took the kingdom away from him (1 Kings 11:11-13).
  • God did this by stirring up Solomon’s enemies against him (1 Kings 11:14-25).


Compromise is our human way of recognizing differences and accepting a lower level of our expectations. This is fine in our daily life and in politics, but since God will not accept anything lower than His standard; the consequence is catastrophic.

The result was that he lost God’s blessings (1 Kings 11:9, 11).

So, before using the Seal of Solomon to conjure, mark the God's requirement first!

1 comment:

  1. Although one should meet up with the requirements first, I've seen that there's some erm... Christianized elements within these 2 grimoires concerning using the name of Jesus Christ in these 2 grimoires. And now with Christianity and the "mercy of Jesus Christ", I believed that making sacrifices to the Christian Messiah and performing the grimoires is alright, as long as it doesn't violate the Supreme Divine Will, or used it unjustly. Just my opinion on this.