In the early 1900s, occultist Aleister Crowley recorded the words of a voice he claimed to have heard, belonging to a being he called Aiwass. The Gears of Aiwass Wrist Strap depicts this being in a curling-horned, ram skull design. The engraved skull features a pentacle on its forehead, and it sits upon a round base with the subtle design of a gear. This English pewter jewelry decoration is affixed to a broad, black leather wrist strap that can be adjusted for fit. Anyone familiar with The Book of the Law, the resulting text written by Crowley, or who appreciates the unique gothic flavor of this occult bracelet will enjoy the opportunity to own this striking gothic accessory!
- Handcrafted from quality English pewter and leather
- Depicts ram skull with pentacle on gear base
- Leather wrist strap is adjustable
- Makes a great accessory for gothic attire