Since ancient time the ivory from elephant's trunks, hippopotamus' trunk and warthog's pangs were valued by ancient practitioners of occult arts.
Ivory rings worn by Kings and shamans can detect poison in a liquid like wine, water and juices.
Ivory chopstick used by emperors can detect poison mixed in the foods that were prepared for them
Ivory carvings and decors displayed inside the house or sacred place either in religious or arts works deflect, abort and break the sorcerer's spiel as it penetrate and enter the area.
Ivory worn as jewelry or accessories also deflects negative energy and curses of witchcraft intended for the person, making him invincible to their attack.
Most Catholic's images, icons and carvings of saints and holy persons of the church use ivory in their representation because of the power associated with ivory.
Retold from the Lost Wisdom of Hakaltha Book of Occult.
Babylon 7000 BC.
From the oral account of an oriental shamans passed orally until this generation of modern shamans.