Pazuzu Head Amulet

Hand sculpted pewter replica of a bronze Neo-Assyrian Pazuzu artifact dating from 800-600 BC.

This amulet is rather heavy! Holds an immense charge.

Crafted under the ritual guidance of Pazuzu on his fully-functional shrine.

Fully consecrated and ready to be used as a magickal amulet to guard against plague, disease, seizures and childbirth complications. Most effective when worn as a necklace so the amulet protects the solar plexus.

Hand cast pewter amulet.

Comes hung with black cord.

1.5 x 2.25 inches


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