The triangle of  the art also referred to as a solomonic triangle, and a triangle of evocation is a equilateral triangular symbol, that usually also has words, or symbols of power written around it with a circle inside it, that is used as a tool in envoking entities. The traditional triangles of the arts had three names of God around the sides of the triangles, these names were Tetragrammaton, Primeumaton, and Anaphaxeton, and also had the name Michael split up into three parts (Mi – Cha – El) in the center spots between the triangle, and the circle. This symbol is placed outside the confines of a practitioner’s magick circle, and is a place for the practitioner to envoke an entity to. This is usually done did the act of putting a sigil in the center circle in order to call the entity there. Sometimes triangles of arts are made into scrying mirrors, so that the entity can be envoked into the black mirror. The triangle of the art is used in order to keep the entity in a confined place why you are communicating, and interacting with them. It is a way of keeping yourself safe while you are summoning entities, and will not give them free reign of the environment that they have been summoned into. The triangle of the art was first given to us in the Lesser key of Solomon, and has become a very popular part of a ceremonial magician’s practice when they are trying to envoke entities in order to work with them, and to allow them to aid them in their practices. They are one of the most important tools right next to the magickal circle that can be incredibly helpful when placed in the correct situations. It is always good to have an understanding of what the triangle of the art is, so if you are ever trying to envoke something you can have some distance between you, and what you are trying to summon.

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