"It shews the Native to be magnanimous, that he is of generous and civil condition, desires to bear rule, or is ambitious of dominion over others." -William Lilly
Wax modeled by hand, and cast in Corinthian Bronze; an alloy of Gold, Copper, and Tin, used in classical antiquity. An 8x6mm Garnet is prong-set over Mugwort and Celandine herbs. The back of the pendant bears the medieval symbol the fixed star Regulus.
The Regulus Talisman was cast on August 22, 2013, at precisely 6:27 AM. EST; the moment the Sun was rising on the ascendant, and applying a bodily conjunction with Regulus from the 30th [ordinal] degree of Leo. The casting was accompanied by petitions and suffumigation modeled after those put forth in the medieval grimoire of medieval astrological magic, 'Picatrix'.
Regulus is a Behenian "Fixed star" in the constellation Leo. Regulus is drawn upon in traditional astrological magic for the granting of favor from those in authoritative or influential ["Kingly"] positions; as well as granting a native the appearance, traits, and circumstances which would necessary elevate them into such a position.
The Regulus Talisman includes a 20" sterling silver chain, and arrives in a black leatherette pendant box.