Really elegant set with purple seashell. Pendant with many small tumies with matching earrings

285.00 142.00

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Really elegant set with purple seashell. Pendant with many small tumies with matching earrings

285.00 142.00

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Stone / Colour

Purple Shell

Violet stones promotes the greatness, the charisma, and the inspiration of your life

Violet stones promotes the greatness, the charisma, and the inspiration of your life

Violet stones promotes the greatness, the charisma, and the inspiration of your life and will be inevitable for you who aspires to become a pioneer or have a manifestation of something great. The Crown chakra. Everything what the purple / deep violet colour represents.

Let the violet stones be included in your jewellery, or have them placed in your home so that their energy may be dissipated on both you and your surroundings. The violet stones have no connection to specific body areas; their energy has an influence on the hypophysis, the entire lymphatic system and the mentality as a whole.

 

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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.