7 thoughts on “Anybody right here obtained an concept on what that is?”

  1. Yes. I believe it’s a Pentacle of Solomon talisman. Messiah, Yhwh, Adonay are Judaic I think. It’s been a long, long time.

    Hope this helps!

  2. It’s on wikipedia:

    A.G.L.A. : Atah Gibor Le-olam Adonai,”You, O Lord, are mighty forever.”


    Example of AGLA Monogram[edit]

    Detail showing AGLA monograph
    A monograph for AGLA appeared in Stephan Michelspacher’s book Spiegel der Kunst und Natur (The Mirror of Art and Nature), which was published in Augsburg, 1615. This was an Alchemical work strongly influenced by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa’s view of the Kabbalah and magic. Adam McLean describes the centre panel as “two circular diagrams with the German GOTT (the name of God) around the outside, and also the Alpha and Omega and the monograph which may be the name of God, Agla.[2] This represents the beginning – alpha – within the end – omega, the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet. This relates to claim related in the Book of Revelation that Jesus was “the “Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last” (22.13).

  3. Look in Goatia, the lesser seal of Solomon. It has over 200 if these symbols. It is likely a sigil of one of the spirits in the work.

  4. Anything with “Messiah” top and centre and “Tetragrammaton” bottom centre loses my interest pretty quickly, I’m afraid.

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