Circular oxydized pure silver pendant, arched in the middle. Nascalines with Tumi on one side and Pachamama on the other

65.00

Circular oxydized pure silver pendant, arched in the middle. Nascalines with Tumi on one side and Pachamama on the other

65.00

Read about the meaning of the symbols, the crystals and corals at the tabs beneath the image of the jewellery.

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Weight 5.7 g
Dimensions 24 mm
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Nascalines

Nasca Lines - hummingbird. There are a total of 300 figures in the desert of Peru

Nasca Lines - hummingbird. There are a total of 300 figures in the desert of Peru

The Nasca Lines are artificially made lines in the Nasza desert in Peru between the cities Nasza and Palpa. They have been made by the Nascan people in the period 200 BC to 700 on the dry Peruvian pampas.

The so called Nasca Lines are one of the most impressive, man-made designs which we know. These enormous and complex lines are stretching over thousands and thousands of kilometres as sculptured animals, gods and geometrical figures. The Nasca Lines have fascinated human beings for decades. The theories are various. Some assuming that the lines are old racing tracks or astronomical calendars, and other theories consider the lines as being landing strips, created by foreign extraterrestials. Their existence still presents a great mystery to many people.

The Nasca Lines are the most brilliant group of geoglyphs in the world. The Nasca Lines are situated in the uninhabited plain in the Peuvian Pampa region. Engraved into the surface of the desert, the pampa sand, around 300 hundred figures are made by straight lines, geometrical figures and pictures of animals and birds - and their patterns are only visible from the air. The length of the figures varies from 46m up to 285m and the figures are best seen from the air. The figures cover an area comprising 500m2. The depth of the lines never exceed 30 cm and some are only scratches in the surface of the earth.

The lines were not discovered until the time where commercial airlines started to cross the Peruvian desert in 1920. Passengers reported to have seen “primitive landing strips on the earth beneath. Nobody knew who had built them or why.

 

Pachamama

The Pachamama stone at Machu Picchu to which you may give all your heavy energy (hoocha) and in return you receive light and fine energy (sami). To her, your hoocha is a gift.

The Pachamama stone at Machu Picchu to which you may give all your heavy energy (hoocha) and in return you receive light and fine energy (sami). To her, your hoocha is a gift.

The feminine power. The Triple Spiral.

She is the living, life-giving Mother who loves us unconditionally. We plant a single seed and she gives us one hundred back. We give her our heavy energy (hoocha) and she gives us new light energy (sami), a new perspective, and a new life.

The element of Earth for the Andean people.

The element of Earth purifies and transforms. When we are working with this element, we will have the possibility of telling the Pachamama about all our worries, our pain and our frustrations.

The Andean people use her and honour her actively in their everyday life. Every single step on earth is connected to her, usually with threads of energy.

Tumi (medicine man)

Tumi, the medicine man brings good luck | InkaDesign

Tumi, the medicine man brings good luck | InkaDesign

The Tumi is also called the “Medicine Man”; and it is also a ceremonial Inkan offering knife.

Sitting on a piece of jewellery or hanging on a wall, the Tumi means good luck.

The head of the Tumi represents Wiracocha, The Inkan God.

One of the most important surgical used instrument in ancient Peru during the Inka Empire was the “Tumi”, a knife made of an alloy of copper, called “Champi”, which is considered as being a symbol of Peruvian medicine.

At present, the Tumi is Perus national symbol, but was to a large extent used by the sun adoring cultures like the Inkas and the pre-Inkas who flourished in ancient Peru.

With a characteristic semicircular sword made of a gold alloy, bronze, copper or a silver alloy. In the Inkan dynasty it was used by the high priest to offer up a llama at the Inty Raymi festival.

First of all the Tumi is a symbol of good luck. Many Peruvian homes have a large specimen hanging on the wall in the sitting room – in order to take care of their homes.