But how did this symbol (Seal of Solomon) succeed in rallying the population to bronze coins? It was seen as a protective magical icon and as endowed of it's original power as a buckler. Moreover, it's magical powers are multiplied by the fact that it also represent a pair of eyes - one upright, and the other flipped over - sharing a single pupil. It thus acts as a shield from the "evil eye". It is preponderant with it's magical power.
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Why did the Moroccan ruler My Sulayman [1792-1822 AD] use the Seal of Solomonon for his bronze Falus? It also answers the question why this shape appears on some Moroccan flags…
Comment by Yosef22Adar
Other Moroccan Coins:
1893 bronze 8-fels coin