Tag Archives Amulets & Talismans

Imperial Jade Talisman for Bladder Infections and Urinal Dysfunctions

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The cultural term 'Jade' in our collective vocabulary, is commonly used for the gemstone that has been modified into tools, sculptures, jewelry, amulets and other objects for over 5,000 years. In prehistoric times it was used to manufacture weapons and tools because of its toughness. Only later, due to its beautiful color and while discovering when ...

Black Obsidian Anthropomorphic Scorpio Earrings for Invincibility and Self-Control

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The volcanic mineral Obsidian, is an igneous rock, formed when magma cools instantly and so fast, that its atoms fail to transform into a crystalline structure. Obsidian is an amorphous material, called a 'mineraloid', a volcanic glass with a smooth uniform texture. Obsidian is mostly extrusive, it solidifies above the Earth's surface. However, it can form ...

Chinese Imperial Jade Fortune Amulet Pendant for Monkey Zodiac Sign

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Wearing a Chinese fortune character, allows us to enhance positive feelings and to bring good luck into our lives. In Chinese culture, fortunate characters and calligraphy are commonly practiced and are embedded in all aspects of life, since millennia. This is not different in contemporary times. 福 'Fu'- The Chinese lucky character for Good Fortune, has been ...

Sterling Silver Ankh Ring and Earrings Gift Set

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The ancient Egyptian Ankh is one of the most well known and familiar symbols, but is however, easily and often misunderstood. The symbol can be traced back thousands of years, holding great cultural, religious, and social significance. It has continued to be popular until today, commonly worn by celebrities, and is popular in both ...

Black Jade Dragon Pendant for Protection and Fortune in Health, Business and Gambling

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Jade is one of the oldest, important gems in our world. Its history dates back over more than 7,000 years. The gem is especially highly valued throughout China and Latin America, sometimes holding more value than gold. The word 'jade' derived from 'Piedra de Ijada', Spanish for 'stone for pain in the side'. When ...