The ‘Horn of Plenty’ sigil is among my oldest and best known plant inspired sigils. It is an abstract vision of the dark flowering variant of the Indian thornapple (Datura metel var. fastuosa), which is also referred to as devil’s trumpet and cornucopia. In the sigil I summarize my personal observations and experiences from working with the plant in meditation and ritual. It was one of the very first plant spirits I came in contact with in my art and it triggered the series that later developed into my “Sigilla Magica Plantarum”. In 2017 I have been blessed with a bounty of thornapple in my garden, which enables me to offer a sample of dried herb from the corresponding plant along with the artwork.
You can now purchase an original ensouled paper talisman with the sigil. The motif is drawn with black India ink on coffee stained paper, which has been infused with the sap from the leaves of my black devil’s trumpet (Datura metel var. fastuosa) and wormwood tincture. Each paper sigil is signed and dated on the back.
You receive an original work similar to the one shown here. Please note, that each talisman is unique and whilst the motif is the same, can have slight variations and differences in texture. The green color comes from the plant’s own chlorophyll and may change if exposed to sun light.
Artwork size: 19 x 19 cm