A+++ Genuine Museum Grade Tibetan Tektite Pendant carved as a Dragon.
This is quite a rare treasure, a metaphysical art piece, look at the detail of her fine work.
Carving crystals is a practice dating back to ancient civilizations, when used in energy work, carved crystals have their metaphysical properties amplified, and connects much deeper with their "Guardian' as the intention of what is carved can act as a very powerful programming technique.
According to legend, is in the nature of the Dragon to collect, store and guard a vast array of precious gems. Metaphorically, the Dragon is the Ancient Ancestor who contains all the old wisdom. This is why the symbol has and is used by initiates and royalty.
It is a symbol of mastery as well as sovereignty.
To 'awaken the Dragon' means to make an ally of ones own power and to be in touch with the mysteries of the universe. When one accepts their own personal power and wields this authority with Wisdom and Response-Ability, what is gained is the knowledge of Earth and Star energy - the Power in the land and the constellations above. However, when power is abused or unacknowledged, these energies take the form of ones shadow and will be a source of trouble until resolution is born.
Symbolically, the Dragon with its tail in its mouth represents the unenlightened soul bound to the cycle of reincarnation, while the active Dragon symbolizes the Adept. Two Dragons facing each other symbolize one who is working toward Immortality, while two Dragons facing in opposite directions indicate the attainment of Immortality.
The Grail Quest or 'Great Work' is also called the 'Opening of the Eye of the Dragon'. This is because the Spirit reabsorbs all of the Light that it has projected as the objective universe, reawakening the Dragon energy. This union produces 'the Immortal Spirit', the 'Sun at Midnight'.
Dimensions: 2.7" x 1.31" x .47" inches
Weight: 32 grams - 190 Carats
Keys: Connection with ET's Telepathic Communication, Raising One's Vibrational level
"These stones vibrate with high frequency pulsations"
Rare glassy remnants of an ancient meteor crash, these are among the most powerful stones for bringing spiritual energies into the physical, astral and etheric bodies.
The classic forms of tektites - tear drops, smooth rounded buttons and dumbells suggest these stones were, at the time of associated meteoric impact, heated to the liquid state and flung through the atmosphere. Scientists have long debated whether Tektites were themselves meteorites, terrestrial rocks melted by meteoric impacts, or some fusion of terrestrial and extraterrestrial material.
Tektites have a long history of lore and legend. More than 2000 years ago Chinese writer Liu Sun gave Tektites the name Lei-gong-mo, meaning "Inkstone of the Thunder god."
Australian aborigines refer to them as Mban, which means 'Magic,' and they believe that finding a Tektite brings good luck. In India they were known as Saimantakimani, the 'sacred gem of Krishna.' The Sanskrit name for Tektites, agni mani, can be translated into English as 'fire pearl' or 'tear drops from the moon.' Tibetan monks are said to have worshiped Tektites, calling them the 'stone of shamaballa.'