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Our rustic, hand-carved bone Moche style shaman rests in a prayerful pose in quiet contemplation. Small size makes this little guy perfect for your medicine bag or small prayer altar or mesa. Slight variations occur in the hand carved pieces in the head dress and tunic designs. All are hand crafted in Peru.
We like to call this piece our Ramulet. Amulets like this hand-carved, curly-horned ram were traditionally used as offerings for fertility and prosperity. Buff colored, marble-like stone talismans were once used among the Quechua and Aymara people for ensuring the reproductive fertility of their domestic animals and hence their prosperity as a people. Stands 2.5 inches high and 1.5 inches long and 1.0 inch wide. This one comes with its own colorful hand-woven textile pouch. Carved in Peru.
We like to call this piece our Ramulet. Amulets like this hand-carved, curly-horned ram were traditionally used as offerings for fertility and prosperity. Buff colored, marble-like stone talismans were once used among the Quechua and Aymara people for ensuring the reproductive fertility of their domestic animals and hence their prosperity as a people. Stands 1.5 inches tall and 2 inches long and 0.75 inches wide, This one comes with its own colorful hand-woven textile pouch. Perfect size for your home altar. Carved in Peru.
This staff is carved into the likeness of kuntur, the Andean condor, a raptor and the largest bird capable of flight. It is also known as the king vulture. The condor is our messenger from the Cosmos and connects the reality of the Light Beings [of the Hanaqpacha or sky, heaven] to this reality. Kuntur is capable of seeing very near and very far the perfection of creation without judgment. Kuntur flies in different dimensions, but soars in this reality.
The shamans of the Peruvian North Coast use staffs llike this one, carved from the wood of a chonta palm, as implements on their healing mesas. These staffs are arranged in an upright row at the head of this ceremonial altar along with swords or long knives. Holding the energy of each of the shaman’s many helpful, healing saints and spirits, these staffs are used as a part of the all-night San Pedro ceremony. This staff, which also includes the eight pointed sun, is hand carved in Peru. Your staff will vary slightly from the image in that it will be longer.
Intricately cast corn cob with detailed individual corn kernels. This arte can be used as a medicine piece on a ceremonial mesa or altar. Maize is associated with fertility and abundance. Hand crafted by shamanic artists Abelardo and Luz Marina. Made in Peru.
What else could this brass statue set represent but fertility? We lovingly refer to them as Pachamama and Pachapapa. Use these figures as you invoke and balance your feminine and masculine energies. Covered in a aesthetically appealing brass patina. Handcrafted in Peru.
Carved from Peruvian huamanga stone, this detailed closed right hand, complete with fingernails and skin folds, clutches a corn cob in the palm, as a right-facing serpent spirals around the wrist. It represents the Incan Brotherhood. Hand carved in Peru.
Our intricately detailed, hand carved, alabaster-like stone piece features the revered Incan animal totem Amaru, the serpent. Amaru rests in a coiled position, holding its sacred position as the totem animal of the underworld. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelaro and Luz Marina. Keep Amaru in the south on your mesa or altar. Peruvian made.