Wooden amulet made of amarant wood



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  • Materials: amarant wood, leather cord, handmade
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Amulet originaly used in Mesolithic culture Lepenski Vir in Serbia (lasted from 9 to 6 millenium BC).

Benefits: This amulet has strong healing properties, balances the energies in the organism (there is no possibility of overdosing). It is used for personal protection, against negative energies, coming from people and spaces.

Marant tree/wood has a long magical history. It was used in the ancient rituals of Central and South America as part of an offering. The Aztecs saw it as the most sacred grain, sacred even above corn. Zuni legends suggest that this plant was brought over from the otherworld. Wreaths made of Amaranth flowers are said to have healing properties. The plant is also said to aid in spirits the crossing to the otherworld.

Way of use: Recommended to wear as a jewelry – a necklase, not to use metal chain, but natural materials only, such as a leather cord. Preferably not to expose to direct Sun.

Size: length 6.7cm/2.637in, width 3.3cm/1.299in, thickness 0.5cm/0.196in. Kind of wood: amarant.

Packaging: Wooden amulet with leather cord, wrapped in recycled paper, placed in the box made of carded cardboard, filled with straw. Contains also a short text about Lepenski Vir culture and cult objects. The package travels safely packed in a bubble-proof envelope.

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