Talismans in help of country leaders –
In a large part of the world, talismans are still in high demand. Lawmakers, presidents and powerful individuals surreptitiously carry amulets for protection. and good fortune. Talismans were used extensively in all major civilizations including Egypt, Persia, Hebrew people, Greece and Rome.These items were a symbol of empires wealth and power throughout the centuries by different dynasties.
The use of these talismans still live on to this day but has been adopted by other cultures too such as Napoleon’s death-pact with Saint Helena’s ring being his most prized possession. Other modern leaders like Putin, George W Bush and Tony Blair wear crucifixes to aid them in their daily decisions that could save their lives and lead their country in the right directions .
Let’s talk about Sultan Mehmed III, Ottoman Leader who wanted to ensure his leadership by getting his own personal amulet. .Mehmed was a very superstitious man who believed in amulets and mysticism. He eventually got his own personal amulet, the Mehmed’s seal, to guarantee his leadership. Coincidentally enough, when he was assassinated, somebody stole what was supposed to protect him. So if you wanna have one for yourself, heres some more facts about these talisman: – The amulet was given to the Sultan by an old woman in a dream and that if he had it, he would have victory.-The amulet is decorated with Islamic designs.
Additionally, Islamic leaders have been particularly susceptible to the help of these talismans ever since the time of sultan Shamshi-Adad III (824-811), who was an Assyrian king. . Shamshi-Adad III was a powerful Assyrian king who ruled from 824 to 811 BC.According to the ancient accounts, Shamshi-Adad encountered a number of difficulties in his rule including, but not limited to, a lack of rain and an unsuccessful hunt. In order to vanquish these challenges, he ordered for the creation of a talisman. This talisman was a small clay tablet with a seal of Shamshi-Adad on it and animals including stags, ibexes, wild asses and gazelles engraved on either side of the seal. It was then sewn into the leather vest that Shamshi-Adad wore during hunting.According to these ancient accounts, , the talisman caused Shamshi-Adad to win many hunting competitions. It was also said that the talisman helped Shamshi-Adad triumph in a battle against an enemy army and recover lost territory as well.
Talismans have been around for centuries. In 1174 AD, Suleyman Khan hunted game with a talisman on them. He didn’t often hunt so the talismans brought him swift and decisive victory in battle with such peculiar intricacies that it amazed the entire Muslim population afterwards .In 1380 AD, the Sultan of Turkey was so impressed with Suleyman Khan and his talismans that he sent a letter to him with a royal robe and gave him royal authority.Before long, the talismans spread through all of Europe. By 1570 AD, their power had been demonstrated so many times that the Pope banned them from the Vatican.Although they have been around for centuries, the first documented mention of a talisman was 1381 in a letter written by King Charles II of France to the city of Bordeaux. Charles II’s letter stated: “I hereby forbid all religious men and laymen from wearing any kind of cross, medal or other device except only crosses and medals which bear the symbol of St. Anne, or in some exceptional cases, the Holy Trinity.”
After Prime Ministers of Thailand and Malaysia both had their dark talismans discovered in their offices, the fate of these countries’ rulers showed uncanny similarities. Little did these politicians know, their staff members had planted the talismans to influence and control them with superstition. .The first incident occurred in the early 1900s when a Thai prime minister had his dark talisman discovered in his office drawer. When the prime minister saw it, he was so shocked that he threw it away. While this did not change the course of history, on another occasion a Malaysian prime minister found an identical dark talisman under her pillow. in her office. The Malaysian prime minister, too, was so shocked that she threw it away. To check the mystery of these two talismans’ identical appearance, a local astrologer predicted that “the fate of Thailand and Malaysia will be intertwined.