One of the most important abilities I have is channeling information. Sometimes the information comes through in song or sound healing, sometimes with words or channeled messages, and other times, I channel symbols and sigils.
What are sigils?
When you google “sigil” you get the following description:
A sigil (/ˈsɪdʒəl/; pl. sigilla or sigils) is a type of symbol used in magic. The term has usually referred to a type of pictorial signature of a Jinn or other entity. In modern usage, especially in the context of chaos magic, sigil refers to a symbolic representation of the practitioner’s desired outcome.
Of course, I keep it high vibe in my practice, so my sigils are focused on things like abundance and healing.
Every month, in my TAG Lightworker group, I include a sigil or an affirmation chant that helps members get even more out of the topic of the month. For example, I have channeled sigils that help with everything from releasing childhood trauma to manifesting magickal outcomes. I also have sigils that help people release shame, change the mood of the people around them, manifest quick cash, and to encourage more self-love.
As you can see, channeled sigils are a big part of the work I do.
Most of the time, I’ve been using a double circle as the outline for my sigils. This is the way I was taught how to do it, in the very beginning.
This month, though, I’ve been getting visions of a different way to encase or protect my sigils as I create them. I saw the six-pointed star, also known as the Star of David, in my meditations.
I was being encouraged to use this symbol, one that I knew very little about, in my sigil-making process.
Meaning Behind The Star of David
After doing some research, I found out some more information on the Star of David, which has its roots in the symbol known as the Seal of Solomon. This earlier symbol was actually found on King Solomon’s signet ring, and it was said to give him several different powers, which included commanding genies and spirits, casting out demons, as well as speaking with animals.
This ring and the symbol of the six-pointed star came to be thought of as a talisman, or an object that magically protected or healed its wearer. It was also thought by medieval Middle Eastern writers that this ring of Solomon was given to him by God, who had engraved it and presented it to him from Heaven.
In later times, when the more modern Star of David hexagram appeared as a symbol of Judaism and on the country Israel’s flag, it was thought to have its origins in Solomon’s Seal.
The hexagram itself is said to represent the four elements of fire, air, water, and earth. Interestingly enough, many Masonic temples use this image, as it shows the union of the masculine and feminine, darkness and light, as well as good and evil throughout the human experience.
My process, working with sigils in a different way
I was working on this week’s offer in my membership community, TAG Lightworkers. It is a sigil for manifesting the ability to connect to Galactical Beings, Star Systems, and Councils. When finished, it has channeled symbols on the inside. When you stare at these symbols with a step by step process, it will help you manifest whatever the sigil is made for. The videos I make for the sigils are about 2-4 minutes in length when done and I use a mixture of Light Language Art and Liquid Reiki Sound Healing.
From Merkabah to Star of David
Spirit was showing me first a Merkabah to use for the outline of the sigil, instead of a double circle. But when I went to look for the Merkabah, I realized the way they were really showing me the symbol was coming up as — or instead was— actually the Star of David.
Interestingly, I used to doodle this symbol all the time as a child. I looked up the meaning and was really intrigued! I would love to hear your thoughts about the symbolism you associate with a 6-pointed star or Star of David.
Spirit gave me a new way to do Sigils going forward: a new technique + more Light Language. This month’s TAG sigil is for Connecting to Galactic Beings, Systems and Councils and it is channeled from the Andromedans. This is the outline they showed me clairvoyantly— they told me where to find it and it was there exactly like they showed me! So cool!
A Little More About Light Language
Here is my blog post explaining the basics of Light Language. To put it simply, it is a language of vibration, and it’s often used as a means of healing others. Light Language usually consists of symbols, art, sounds or tones, or even dance as a means of communicating messages from Divine Spirit or higher vibrational beings.
I currently have several courses available on Light Language which offer both beginner and advanced level lightworkers the opportunity to become attuned to this amazing healing modality!
In my beginner class, you become attuned to this language of light in just 2 hours through connecting to Spirit, and you leave with a certificate and the opportunity to become a Sound Healer. Then, with my Sigils and Numbers Class Upgrade, you can add these means of channeling to your repertoire in order to help bring forth healing in others. Finally, I have a personal attunement called Advanced Light Language, where I help you find your specific purpose with Light Language, and further your Light Language exponentially.
Experience Sigils and Light Language
While I have been working with sigils for a long time, adding the Star of David to my sigil drawing has been a new experience and one that I definitely intend to experiment more with! It seems to make the sigil a lot stronger and I can’t wait for us all to experience the results!!!
If you would like to experience one of my Sigils, check out my Youtube Channel or my TAG Lightworker Group! If you area already attuned to Light Language, check out my Uplevel Light Language Course to attune to— and learn Sigils and Numbers!