Masterly hand carved stone piece of Twelve Mountain peaks embodying the energy of the Apus (mountain spirits) and the Andean cosmology and symbology by Cusco shamanic artists Abelardo and Luz Marina. Each peak is identified on the piece. A three leaf symbol of the kintu, the coca leaves used often in ceremony, is carved onto the bottom of the arte. Comes with it own wool bag, color may vary. Crafted in Peru.
This hand carved condor is one of the sacred animal totems of the Incas. Perched with wings open, this bird is ready to soar, taking your messages and prayers to the gods of the Upper Realm. Perfect as an arte for your mesa. Handmade in Peru.
Intricately hand carved from alabaster-like stone, this circular tile features the revered Incan animal totem Kuntur, the Condor. Kuntur is encircled by a ring of the 12 sacred apus, or mountains, and glides in bas-relief over other Andean symbols. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina in Peru. Bag style may vary.
Rich in Andean iconography, this crescent carving bears traditional Incan depiction of Jaguar and symbols of the natural world, such as wind and sun. Created by shamanic artists Abelardo and Luz Marina in the Sacred Valley of Peru.
Chocked full of iconographic representations of Andean cosmology, this beautifully hand carved stone crescent shaped tile was created by shamanic artists Abelardo & Luz Marina. Hand made, so your piece may vary slightly from photo in type and placement of designs.
Masterfully hand carved alabaster-like "Cusco stone", embodies the energy of the Goddesses and the Sacred Archetypal Feminine Energies of Nature. Carved by Cusco artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina. This stone features the carvings of Mama Ocllo, the goddess of earth; Doña. Mujia,the spirit of the water, and Mama Simona, goddess of our ancestors, and Doña Teresa, the goddess of harmony and softness, Maria Sakapana, spiral of the wind, she is the goddess of communication and brother and sister Huana Huaman Tiklla and Tomasa Huaman Tiklla.
The Ñusta Karpay rites are open to men and women, and are available to everyone, regardless of their spiritual orientation. The Ñusta Karpay are not only for those who have been apprentices in the Andean tradition or other ancient spiritual traditions. They are for those who wish to heal the Divine Feminine within themselves, and bring that healing to the world, and for those who wish to bring greater peace and unity to our planet.
Because these are hand-carved, slight variations from photo can occur. Makes a great arte for your mesa or other sacred space. Handcrafted in Peru.
Our intricately hand carved, alabaster-like stone tile features the three revered Incan animal totems of the three directions and worlds: Sachamama, the Serpent, representing the lower world and the South; Otorongo, the Jaguar, denizen of the middle world and the West; and Apuchin, the Eagle-Condor, soaring in the upper world or the North. These three representatives are carved in bas relief over many other symbols of Andean cosmology, such as the hummingbird, sun and moon. Some background symbols may vary slightly from photo in their placement. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelaro and Luz Marina in Peru.
Stylized stone hand carvings of each of the sacred Four Directions animal totems: serpent, jaguar, hummingbird, and condor. These four pieces are perfect for your sacred medicine bundle, mesa, altar, or space. Each piece is no more than 2.25 inches high. The pieces are carved from a stone called Machu Picchu stone which is a form of granite. Comes with woven drawstring pouch. Handmade in Peru.
The San Pedro cactus, also called wachuma, has a history intertwined with Andean culture and traditional plant medicine. Archaeological evidence shows healers using the plant for ceremony as far back as 3000 years ago.
This little San Pedro Cactus is made from beautiful serpentine stone and expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelardo and Luz Marina in Peru.
More than just a plant, San Pedro is known to protect and give. Serpentine is an earthing stone that helps clear the chakras and assists in the retrieval of wisdom and memories of past lives.
Due to the handmade style of carving, please allow for minor variations. Some of these have ridged edges and some do not.
Hand carved heart stone fits perfectly in your palm. The hummingbird is typically associated with shamanic journeying, also known as Siwar Q'enti is a central mythological figure. He is the supreme psychopomp, having the ability to travel through all three worlds and cross-pollinate them. He is the mediator of the shamanic awakening process. Said to be the only creature to have looked Creator in the eyes.
A beautiful heart shape, lovingly carved, from the wood of the intriguing Palo Santo. Also know as the Holy Stick tree, which represents both the life-force creating Mother and cycle of dissolution. Use these hearts on your personal altar or other space to represent these archetypes and enjoy the gentle fragrance which emanates from them.
Lovingly hand Carved Palo Santo wood statues of St. Anthony. St. Anthony is popular in Peruvian culture and he is the Patron Saint associated with the return of lost articles and missing persons. St. Anthony statuettes are also carried for the return of a lost lover. Made in Peru.
The Spiral Goddess is a symbol of feminine power, fertility, celebration, and surrender. Each palm-sized goddess is unique in shape and size. The skillfully carved spirals represent cycles, journeys and even the continuous cycle of life itself.
Choose your gemstone:
Amethyst: Known as one of the most divine and spiritual healing stones
Crystal Quartz: Known for powerful cleansing and positive vibes
Rose Quartz: Known to restore trust, harmony and unconditional love
Each rustic cross is made from the sacred wood of the chonta palm tree or Chonta Duro. Shamans have been known to use the sharp long spikes found on chonta tree trunks as "darts" to take out evil spirits which cause illness. The staffs carried by some Shamans are also made of chonta wood. This cross makes a great piece for your altar, sacred space or to use as part of your despacho offerings.Sold individually. Choice of available sizes. Handmade in Peru.