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  1. El Curandero Wand El Curandero Wand

    El Curandero Wand

    APOPHYLITE/STILBITE. ROSE QUARTZ. RED JASPER. GRAPEVINE.  Journeying. Intuition.  Clairvoyance while Balanced and Grounded.  Meditation.  Hearthealer.  

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  2. Dream Builder Wand

    Dream Builder Wand

    TIBETAN QUARTZ WITH INCLUSIONS. PALO SANTO WOOD. APATITE.  Manifestation. Creativity. Meditation. Dreamwork. Psychic Abilities. Spiritual Attunement.  Handmade in USA.  Your wand comes packaged with a complimentary mini-booklet Healing with Wands by the wandmaster, RA Moonhawk.

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    $70.00

  3. Chonta Staff - King / Moon Chonta Staff - King / Moon

    Chonta Staff - King / Moon - 36 inch

    The shamans and curanderos of the Peruvian northern coast use staffs like this one, carved from the wood of a chonta palm, as implements used in connection with their healing mesas. Arranged in an upright row at the head of this ceremonial altar along with swords or long knives, these staffs hold the energy of each of the shaman’s many helpful, healing saints and spirits.  These staffs are also typically used as a part of the shamanic all-night San Pedro ceremony.  Insert yours directly into the earth or in a container of sand at the top of your mesa.  Because of the handmade nature, your staff may vary slightly from the image.  Hand carved in Peru.

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    $60.00

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    Chinese Hongshan Carved Shaman - Bird

    Intriguing Chinese carving appearing to consist of two unique figures, said to represent a shaman morphing into a bird. Resembling carvings attributed to the Hongshan culture, this carving includes an ox-nose loophole, i.e., a double hole resembling the nostrils of an ox, indicating that it was attached to clothing as pendant. Some scholars believed some of the carvings were adornments attached to the cloth of a shaman's ritual vestments. Some Hongshan jade animals figures were believed to possess ...mystical powers. Learn More
    $60.00

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    Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem

    This fascinating carving of a human figure with a horned head and two C dragons appears on the front side of the disc. Learn More
    $75.00

  6. Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem

    Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem

    Intriguing and interesting Chinese carving said to represent a shaman figure, typical of the Hongshan culture. Resembling carvings attributed to the Hongshan culture, this carving includes an ox-nose loophole, i.e., a double hole resembling the nostrils of an ox, indicating that it was attached to clothing as pendant. Some scholars believed some of the carvings were adornments attached to the cloth of a shaman's ritual vestments. Some Hongshan jade animals figures were believed to possess ...mystical powers. Learn More
    $60.00

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    Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem

    This fascinating stone carving bears a Hong Shan dragon and bird facing each other nose to nose on one side and a pig dragon on the back of a water dragon's tail. Learn More
    $60.00

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    Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem

    Our curious bi stone depicts a carving of a C dragon with a horned human figure. Learn More
    $75.00

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    Chinese Hongshan Carved Figural Totem

    Known as a bi disc, this one replicates Hong Shan discs which includes a demigod header with an ibex goat. Learn More
    $75.00

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    Chinese Hongshan Carved Clear 'C' Dragon and Shaman

    Carving in the shape of a coiled creature with the rounded horn and bulging eyes reminiscent of the Neolithic period Hongshan culture c. 3500-3000 BCE. Note the ox nose hole believed by scholars to allow for the pendant to be attached to a garment. China. Learn More
    $60.00

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