The Seals of Tzedek (Jupiter)

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The spirits of Tzedek correspond with Hesed in Asiyah, and therefore these spirits are subject to the Divine Name of El (also Yah), the archangel Tzadkiel, and the angelic order of Hashmalim.


The crystal sphere and cup are magical weapons associated with Tzedek, but also the “coin of redemption” as a symbol of abundance, as well as the wand when taken up as the scepter of the holy priest-king enthroned.

Tzedek corresponds with abundance and the all-giver, radical growth and expansion, sustenance and preservation, the building up of things, but also knowledge of the universal laws that govern the human one, the thirteen attributes of mercy, and justice, and it is a celestial sphere associated with higher mental consciousness, spiritual insight and illumination, greater philosophy and theology, as well as spiritual and unconditional love. It also includes knowledge of sacred ways, and ceremonies that accord with heavenly truths and holiness – those of a loftier nature than what we find associated with Kokab (Mercury).

In Hebrew Tzedek literally means “justice” or “righteousness,” and it is the root of the word Tzaddik, “righteous one,” and as such we may understand the Tzedek also corresponds with contact with spirits of the tzaddikim and navim of the past, present and future, the influence of spiritual adepts and masters in the Continuum.

These correspondences of Tzedek give insight into the spiritual works for which the angels and spirits of Tzedek are invoked.

First Seal of Tzedek

The spirits of the first seal of Tzedek are joined by four angels whose names are written on the seal surrounding the mystical wheel with magical symbols of Tzedek, Netoniel, Devachiah, Tedekiah and Parasiel.

Parasiel is called the “Lord and Overseer of Treasures,” and this conveys something of the knowledge and power of the spirits of this seal – they help to find all manner of treasures, spiritual and material, though there greatest feats are leading adepts to wisdom treasures, vessels containing teachings and practices that guide souls to enlightenment.

Tzedekiah is the “Righteousness of Yah,” and is a giver of wisdom in matters of heaven and earth, knowledge through which human beings glorify their Creator and through which souls ascend – an so it is that the luminous spirits of this seal hold much wisdom in Asiyah, as well as knowledge of spirit-powers in celestial and heavenly abodes below the Abyss.

Devechiah is called the “Lord of Cleaving to Yah,” and “Lord of Worship in the Sanctuary,” and teaches the theology of the angels and their worship of God so that it may be known and reflected below – and so the spirits of this seal hold knowledge of the theology and worship of Ha-Shem in the world of spirits, and of right offerings in works with the spirits in service to Ha-Shem.

Netonial is called “Lord of the Mystical Death,” the fullness of love, and holds the knowledge, understanding and wisdom of mystical union with the Shekinah of Ha-Shem – so it is that these spirits hold knowledge and power of mystical and magical transformations through which spirits and souls are joined with one another and the formation of vessels for the reception of spiritual influxes and blessings.

Along with this, these are spirits that bear all manner of blessings and boons associated with Tzedek, and they bear great power to shift the balance of fate and fortune for those who keep the covenant and tend the Flame of the Continuum.

They also have special knowledge of the generation of merit or light-power, and they have a talent of leading initiates to places of power and holiness in the land.

Psalm 111 is a prayer of invocation with this seal, and by nature, if and when invoked while cleaving to Yah and unified with El, it is an invocation of communion in the Holy Shekinah with her good company, the spirits of tzaddikim and maggidim.

This is a seal that is good for a novice of the Art of Solomon to invoke, for the spirits of this seal are peaceful and kind, and very luminous – they are spirits of righteousness and truth. Yet, as always in the invocation of spirits and angels there is a need for self-purification and the generation of light-power to ensure that deceiving spirits do not come in place of those that are called – where there is impurity and a lack of true faith it is only impure spirits and angels of the false light that will come, deceiving spirits.

Second Seal of Tzedek

This is a seal that is created after much prayer and meditation, and worship in the presence of Ha-Shem, and it is fashioned by the tzaddikim who rise at midnight to study and contemplate the Holy Torah and Gospel, the Word of El – created in this way at midnight, and rightly consecrated, it bears its full and true power.

This is a seal invoking the mercy and kindness of the spirits, the favor of the spirits and angels in Asiyah and Yetzirah, great and abundant blessings and boons.

The spirits of this seal tend to generate good fortune and success, the generation of honor, glory, dignities, abundance and all manner of good, and they also have a talent of revealing how to acquire peace of mind and stillness in the heart, a sense of well-being.

The blessings they bring are both spiritual and material.

If you look into the seal, you will find the Name of Eheieh, Ab and Yahweh – this indicates a way of invoking the seal. Cleaving to the Sefirot and unifying the soul with the Sefirot in ascent, from Adonai to Eheieh, and generating the light-body in the image of Hayyah Yeshua, the wonderworker puts on the image and likeness of Abba, the Father, which is the Son, and engaging the Light Continuum in the worship of Ha-Shem within and beyond, the spirits of the seal are invoked and the charge is given to them.

Psalm 112 is a prayer in invocation of this seal, and it hints at further powers these spirits hold.

This is a seal invoked for needs in the Great Work and for the generation of conditions through which radical acts of loving-kindness and charity become possible, as well as for the sake of bringing glory to Ha-Shem. If invoked in greed and self-ambition, however, the invocation of this seal can lead to great ill-fortune, for other spirits will be attracted than those that are intended, and for whatever might be gained from the spirits there will be a price to pay in balance to what is received.

In works of abundance the foundation of receiving is giving, and the cultivation of generosity is wise – the gospel teaches us this.

Third Seal of Tzedek

The spirits of this seal are guardians of sacred spaces and continuums, and they may serve to protect from spirits that seek to harm and cause ill-fortune. They have a special capacity for the pacification and enrichment of spirits, as well as the capacity to subjugate and destroy impure or dark spirits.

Along with this they offer a very sharp discernment of spirits and their intentions.

These spirits also have the power to help to send blessings of light and love to people at a distance, and they have insight into the generation of the sacred heart, love and compassion, while in the action of guardianship.

They are also often invoked for the “calling of Zion’s entrance,” one of the traditional invocations of the good company of the Holy Shekinah, and it is said that they know and understand mysteries in the world of spirits concerning Zion and New Jerusalem,

If you look into this seal you will find the Names of Yahweh and Adonai, which speaks to another power associated with this seal, the invocation of blessings, as well as visions of the presence and power of the Holy One. Yahweh also appears surrounding the magical seal of Tzedek, and the seal of the Intelligence of Tzedek is in this seal, Yofiel. Thus, using this seal the angel of the Intelligence may also be invoked, bringing great knowledge and power of Tzedek.

Psalm 125 is a prayer for the invocation of this seal, and likewise it is an invocation of a sacred circle, or a blessing upon the Continuum, when recited cleaving to Tiferet, unified with Yesod, and abiding in the company of the Holy Shekinah.

Fourth Seal of Tzedek

The spirits of this seal are joined by two angels whose names are written upon it – Adoniel and Bariel.

Adoniel, as the name implies, is called “The Lord in God,” and is an angel of the presence manifest in mercy and grace, rendering praise and thanksgiving to the Holy One continually in worship, and imparting blessings through which the Holy One is glorified and exalted; he-she is an angel ornamenting the Queen of Heaven and Queen of Shabbat, and he-she is among the holy angels who carry prayers in ascent, and teach ways of prayer through which prayers ascend to the Throne of El.

Bariel is an angel that bears witness and imparts blessing during initiations and empowerments, and may give prophecies concerning souls received in covenant; likewise he-she teaches ways for the generation of merit and light-power through which the greater blessing of Ha-Shem pour forth and are received.

These two angels, and the spirits of Tzedek that come with them, bear special powers of consecration and the generation of vessels for the reception of blessings and mercies – they form vessels of bodies in the inner dimensions through which spiritual power and blessings flow from the upper world into the lower world, empowering such things as altars, shrines and sanctuaries. They also hold knowledge and power for movements between dimensions, and understand mysteries of the generation of bodies of light, and it is said that they hold secrets of the upper and lower merkavah, the chariot of Yahweh and Elohim as it manifests in Asiyah, Yetzirah and Beriyah.

The spirits of this seal also hold knowledge about elder races and the play of the world of spirits as it manifests in other worlds or star-systems.

The Name of Yah appears in this seal above the mystic sigil, a Holy Name of great significance in Light Transmission and the sharing of wisdom.

Psalm 112 is a prayer in invocation of this seal, but also Psalm 113, and there is a sacred chant associated with the invocation of this seals, its angels and spirits: Hallelu Yah, Hallelu Yah, Ya Ha, Ya Ha, Hallelu Yah, Hallelu Yah, Ya Ha, Ya Ha…

This seal is fashion on a full moon when Tzedek is in an auspicious manifestation, and while formed, if there is full kavvanah and devekut, and when consecrated and invoked, if the initiate is on fire with the Holy Spirit, great blessings and mercy will be manifest.

Fifth Seal of Tzedek

This is a seal of Tzedek formed for the invocation of visions – specifically, visions through the Sefirot in the world of angels, Yetzirah.

Taking up a continuum of preparation for a vision quest the mekubal will create this seal to take with them, forming the seal on a full moon during an auspicious time, and when they go out into the wilderness on vision question for the people they will take this seal with them.

In this way of seeking a vision the initiate will create a full magical circle, and they will layout their magical weapons upon the magic carpet, along with the seal, and each night they will invoke the spirits of the seal, performing the Great Convocation of Powers and calling upon these spirits using the mystic words of power given in the figure within the seal to invoke them, along with the reading of the vision of Ezekiel, the first chapter describing the Holy Merkavah.

Joined to this, they will intone all of the 72 Names of Hassidim, mysteries of which are known to the angels and spirits of this seal.

They will gaze, as taught, seeking a vision, and after gazing, they will lay themselves down to sleep in the sacred circle, seeking visions in dream.

Along with help in the seeking of vision the angels and spirits of this seal also have knowledge of the 144 Names of God invoked in the language of the angels in the world of spirits, and they know and understand certain mysteries of the Names and their powers in the world of the angels and in the seven heavens.

There is a psalm that bears something of the power of this seal that is used as a prayer of invocation when calling upon these angels and spirits for esoteric knowledge of the Names of God, Psalm 104. As is well known among the navim, it is a psalm of deep mysteries of the Holy Merkavah, and is among the invocations for riding in the merkavah.
Sixth Seal of Tzedek

This is a seal invoked for protection against all manner of earthly perils, and likewise, it is invoked for defense during times of vulnerability when judgment is moving in the land, seeking the mitigation of judgment. The psalm used in invocation of this seal, Psalm 22, verses 16 and 17, which are written upon it, speak very well to this reason for invoking this seal of Tzedek.

There is a specific translation of these verses very significant to the Christian mekubalim and the deeper mysteries concerning this seal and its angels and spirits: “They pierced my hands and my feet, I may tell all my bones.”

This speaks to the way of invocation for the sake of protection and the mitigation of judgment – as the ceremony is done, the psalm and seal invoked, the initiate abides in union with Adonai Messiah upon the cross, and invoking protection and the mitigation of judgment, they perform giving and receiving as Adonai Messiah on the cross, delivering all beings from their bondage.

There are other powers in this seal, however, for the names of the rulers of the elements are in the cross, Seraf, Kerub, Ariel and Tharsis; hence, this seal manifests the mercy and blessing power of Tzedek through the play of the elemental forces, invoking very distinct material blessings in the world.

Invoked with this intention, the seal is activated through the invocation of the Gate of Tzedek by way of the Hexagram, and then the Supreme Ritual of the Pentagram is performed in full, opening all of the Elemental Gates, invoking all of the elemental powers of the Watchtowers by name, archangels, angels, rulers, kings and dominions. According to what is spoken, blessings will be made manifest, and sealing the sacred ceremony with the Holy Wedding Feast and banishing in fruition, what has been spoken will come to pass.

These spirits have intimate knowledge of the elemental forces and forces of nature, and how these forces may be manifest in an auspicious way under the influence of mercy.

There is also very esoteric knowledge associated with this seal – certain mysteries of the resurrection, or the purification of the elements of consciousness through which the Rainbow Body is attained, corresponding with Melchizedek teachings in the tradition. If and when something of this knowledge is sought, Psalm 110 becomes a prayer in invocation, along with Hebrews, 7:1-3. Then, having invoked, the adept will perform a transference of consciousness meditation, and will ascend in body of light seeking deeper insight into this holy mystery in the Messiah.

Sixth Seal of Tzedek

This is a seal invoked for protection against all manner of earthly perils, and likewise, it is invoked for defense during times of vulnerability when judgment is moving in the land, seeking the mitigation of judgment. The psalm used in invocation of this seal, Psalm 22, verses 16 and 17, which are written upon it, speak very well to this reason for invoking this seal of Tzedek. 

There is a specific translation of these verses very significant to the Christian mekubalim and the deeper mysteries concerning this seal and its angels and spirits: “They pierced my hands and my feet, I may tell all my bones.” 

This speaks to the way of invocation for the sake of protection and the mitigation of judgment – as the ceremony is done, the psalm and seal invoked, the initiate abides in union with Adonai Messiah upon the cross, and invoking protection and the mitigation of judgment, they perform giving and receiving as Adonai Messiah on the cross, delivering all beings from their bondage. 

There are other powers in this seal, however, for the names of the rulers of the elements are in the cross, Seraf, Kerub, Ariel and Tharsis; hence, this seal manifests the mercy and blessing power of Tzedek through the play of the elemental forces, invoking very distinct material blessings in the world. 

Invoked with this intention, the seal is activated through the invocation of the Gate of Tzedek by way of the Hexagram, and then the Supreme Ritual of the Pentagram is performed in full, opening all of the Elemental Gates, invoking all of the elemental powers of the Watchtowers by name, archangels, angels, rulers, kings and dominions. According to what is spoken, blessings will be made manifest, and sealing the sacred ceremony with the Holy Wedding Feast and banishing in fruition, what has been spoken will come to pass. 

These spirits have intimate knowledge of the elemental forces and forces of nature, and how these forces may be manifest in an auspicious way under the influence of mercy. 

There is also very esoteric knowledge associated with this seal – certain mysteries of the resurrection, or the purification of the elements of consciousness through which the Rainbow Body is attained, corresponding with Melchizedek teachings in the tradition. If and when something of this knowledge is sought, Psalm 110 becomes a prayer in invocation, along with Hebrews, 7:1-3. Then, having invoked, the adept will perform a transference of consciousness meditation, and will ascend in body of light seeking deeper insight into this holy mystery in the Messiah.

Seventh Seal of Tzedek

This is a seal created, consecrated and invoked to dispel the cause of poverty and ill-fortune, an invocation of a shift of powers within the sphere of fate. The spirits of this seal, holding this power, also hold deep knowledge of the powers of the sphere of fate, and the interplay of fate and destiny, and they hold much knowledge about the karmic causes of ill-fortune under the law, and insight into the way of tikkune, the dispelling of those causes.

Psalm 113 is a prayer of invocation for this seal, verse 7 of that psalm being written upon it, and the saying of the Master, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven,” is also a prayer of invocation.

If and when a wonderworker is taking up spiritual work for a person suffering from impoverishment, such as in the loss of a job and inability to find another, this is an excellent seal to invoke. Usually it is chosen when we see a very heavy energy surrounding a person suffering from ill-fortune, as these spirits have a talent of dispelling such negativity, opening the way for a flow of blessings; otherwise another seal for the invocation of abundance would be chosen.

This completes the essential teachings on the seals of Tzedek in the Art of Solomon.




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