The Sigil of Ameth as revealed to John Dee who was the head of the gnostic scholars and an alchemist during the Middle Ages.
Replacing the Sigil of Ameth
A description by Wikipedia of the former doctrine of the Sigil of Ameth:
The Sigillum Dei (seal of God, or signum dei vivi, symbol of the living God, called by John Dee the Sigillum Dei Aemeth) is a magical diagram, composed of two circles, a pentagram, two heptagons, and one heptagram, and is labeled with the name of God and his angels. It was an amulet (amuletum) with the magical function that, according to one of the oldest sources (Liber Juratus), allowed the initiated magician to have power over all creatures except Archangels, but usually only reserved for those who can achieve the blessed vision of God and angels (beatific visionary).
The Seer received the replacement for the Sigil of Ameth as life on Earth evolved and more advanced alchemy was established among those who were called gods among men. The Sigil of Blahut remains a valuable body of information to understand life as we know it.
In the last four wheels of the Principles of Hope (17–20) information is given that ties in to the information as encoded in the Sigil of Blahut.✶
The Sigil of Ameth
A very old sigil, part of Enochian magic given by the angels to John Dee and Edward Kelly in the late 16th century, shows the matrices of cosmic power the angels obeyed as the ultimate cosmic templates. The matrices that dictated the way life unfolded in the dream were themselves corrupted, in that they were based upon, and created, illusion. Since the awakening of the cosmos from the dream of the Infinite, the power sources of these old illusory matrices are dissolved.
The Corruption of Angel Magic
The angels' magic, having with all innocence obeyed the highest template of the cosmos, tapped into the powers of the cosmic programs. Those programs took the form of the seven illusions.
In the original version of the Sigil of Blahut, below the 5 o'clock position of the center pentagram, there was a blank spot — at the time that lord wouldn't give me his name. The name that should be written in there, is Arkon. Arkon was also known as the serpent.
The Sigil of Blahut was not able to unravel the secret of how a simulated reality forms before, because by withholding his name (Arkon), the sigil was incomplete and non-functional.† Now its secrets can be read.
The Seer Almine
The Sigil of Blahut's information is supplemented by the last four Wheels of Hope.
Why would Arkon not give his name before?
As I've frequently mentioned, shadow beings and demons from the underworld can be trapped (imprisoned) by geometry such as triangles. The Sigil of Blahut is so powerful, it can trap and imprison shadow beings. He was trying to avoid being trapped.