Crystal Pharaoh Badu

tokomon:

Moon Tiara Action // Moon Tiara Boomerang

ladycibia:

la la pretty guardian sailor moooooon

soul2shine:

Tibetan Agate Bracelet Dzi Bead Eye Beads ~ Crystal Healing

Tibetan Agate is is a visually stunning Banded Eye Agate from the Himalayan Mountains. It is greatly prized and revered by the Tibetan Buddhists as a stone of protection and good karma.

Metaphysically, Tibetan Agate works to stimulate the crown chakra and the energies of the auric body, encouraging eternal love and allowing for the recognition that eternal love is the unchanging content of our Universe.

soul2shine:

Tibetan Agate Bracelet Dzi Bead Eye Beads ~ Crystal Healing

Tibetan Agate is is a visually stunning Banded Eye Agate from the Himalayan Mountains. It is greatly prized and revered by the Tibetan Buddhists as a stone of protection and good karma.

Metaphysically, Tibetan Agate works to stimulate the crown chakra and the energies of the auric body, encouraging eternal love and allowing for the recognition that eternal love is the unchanging content of our Universe.

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artsyhome:

Frances
by Laughing Dog Mosaics
This one-of-a-kind stained glass mosaic is my original design based on St. Francis of the Assisi. The rocks on the right symbolize strength, while the flowers represent a tenderness. Along with stained glass, this mosaic includes fused dichroic glass “fruits” in the tress, agate slices for rocks and small pebbles make up the ground that she’s standing on. The facial features and details on the hands are painted and fired on.


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artsyhome:

Frances

by Laughing Dog Mosaics

This one-of-a-kind stained glass mosaic is my original design based on St. Francis of the Assisi. The rocks on the right symbolize strength, while the flowers represent a tenderness. Along with stained glass, this mosaic includes fused dichroic glass “fruits” in the tress, agate slices for rocks and small pebbles make up the ground that she’s standing on. The facial features and details on the hands are painted and fired on.

See more original  decor for home, work and life at ArtsyHome.com

archaicwonder:

Gold, agate and carnelian necklace from a Trialeti culture tumulus, early 2nd millennium BC
Found in the necropolis near Tsalka, Georgia, also known in ancient times as Colchis, the land of the Golden Fleece and the famous destination of Jason and the Argonauts.
The Trialeti culture was a second culture to appear in Georgia, after the Shulaveri-Shomu culture which existed from 6000 to 4000 BC. It shows close ties with the highly-developed cultures of the ancient world, particularly with the Aegean, but also with cultures to the south, such as the Sumerians and their Akkadian conquerors.
The Trialeti culture was known for its particular form of burial. The elite were interred in large, very rich burials under earth and stone mounds, which sometimes contained four-wheeled carts. Many gold objects have been found in these graves and they strongly resemble similar objects found at sites in to Iran and Iraq.

 

archaicwonder:

Gold, agate and carnelian necklace from a Trialeti culture tumulus, early 2nd millennium BC

Found in the necropolis near Tsalka, Georgia, also known in ancient times as Colchis, the land of the Golden Fleece and the famous destination of Jason and the Argonauts.

The Trialeti culture was a second culture to appear in Georgia, after the Shulaveri-Shomu culture which existed from 6000 to 4000 BC. It shows close ties with the highly-developed cultures of the ancient world, particularly with the Aegean, but also with cultures to the south, such as the Sumerians and their Akkadian conquerors.

The Trialeti culture was known for its particular form of burial. The elite were interred in large, very rich burials under earth and stone mounds, which sometimes contained four-wheeled carts. Many gold objects have been found in these graves and they strongly resemble similar objects found at sites in to Iran and Iraq.