Good day, fellow Alchemists:

The Hebrew words depicted on the Alchemy Amulets have a profound history to them. Their power stems from technology so ancient that its original user was the creator of the Universe. It is believed that in the beginning, these codes presented themselves to the creator as a conscious existence and asked to be used in whatever manner the creator saw fit.

Thus began everything we see around us today.

Throughout time, these codes were used on multiple occasions by those who had the knowledge and wisdom to wield them. Some scholars believe that Moses used the power of the 72 codes to split apart the Red Sea and free the Hebrews from slavery, along with many other incredible events we hear about in religious stories.

The codes correspond to numerological wisdom, wherein every letter also represents a number. The code is like a key to accessing the matrix of reality, allowing one to edit it accordingly. The 72 codes also relate to vortex math promulgated by Nikola Tesla, which is a type of number theory that puts great emphasis on the importance of the numbers 3, 6, and 9. (Because 7 + 2 = 9)

The ability to use these codes as mortal beings is part of our contract while living on Earth. We, who have inherited all the faculties of divinity, yet are encased in third-dimensional reality, are given these codes as a blessing so we may act as creators ourselves by manifesting miracles.

The Alchemy Amulets, also known as a segula, are tools that utilize these sacred codes, and by wearing them, we embody a specific aspect of divine intervention into our field of creation. Whatever the wearer wishes to manifest into existence, the amulet can assist in aligning one's frequency to that of the desired outcome. As conscious beings, we all have the right to create a reality we wish to experience.

It is our hope that all who wear our amulets awaken to their inner power and accept their role as creators.

with love and sincerity,

The Alchemy by LA Counsel
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