Victorian pendant in neo-Egyptian style with protective esoteric abracadabra text; on the reverse, 'De vos mains grossières, Parmi des poussières, Écrivez, sorcières : Abracadabra'/'Witches with your raugh hands, write in the dust : Abracadabra”, from Victor Hugo's 'Odes et ballades 14; the pendant also includes a double-headed bird and winged scarabs, ancient Egyptian symbols of Re and rebirth. (adin.be)
The word Abracadabra may derive from an Aramaic phrase meaning "I create as I speak." This etymology is dubious, however, as אברא כדברא in Aramaic is more reasonably translated "I create like the word." Jesus called himself "The Word". "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made" Thus, "I create like the Word."