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Sator (Sowing)

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size: 20.5x15x4 cm
Materials: Steel, oak, wax
Kind: Sculpture
Style: Conceptualism
Genre: Interior
The Sator Square is a mysterious guarding, a mascot that has been wrenching the consciousness of not only those who are passionate about esoteric and arcane knowledge for more than one century. The magic of this palindrome can attract the attention of any, even superrational person. Such a square has been found on the walls of Roman palaces and temples since the 4th century AD. It was also written on dishes, books, coins, monuments, and even on the 9th century bible. The inscriptions were discovered on excavations of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, in the territory of present-day Syria, Budapest, Egypt. A letter composed of Latin words is squared in such a way that they read the same right to left, left to right, top to bottom, and bottom up! Is the truth mesmerizing? There are several options to designate this mascot. It is believed to have been used to magically protect the dwelling from evil spirits, dark magic. There is also a version that the square is able to treat diseases, protect against enemies and fire, or even make love enchantment. The phrase SatoRatePotenetOperarotas, written in Latin many centuries ago, roughly translates as Great Sowing Hold Action Wheel. Everyone can find their meaning and their magic power in these words

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