The prayer Orthodox (v. 33) elite Rosary

The prayer Monastery Rosary
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  • Manufacturer: DeMar DeMar


  • Inspired by the traditional Orthodox Rosaries also known as κομποσκοίνια.

    The prayer Orthodox Rosary (v. 33) is an elite line rosary that follows the 33 knots pattern.

    Created in the holy Mt Athos, completed in the famous Mt Pelion and blessed directly by the Orthodox Church. 

    Shaped solely with top notch materials that are based on Iron Tiger and Natural Garnet gemstones as well as pure 925 Vintage silver. 

    Moreover, the rosary has been officially blessed by the Orthodox church.

    Next, the specific handmade rosary has been made by experts and during its creation protective prayers were used for each bead and is tightly knotted.

    Finally, the Prayer Rosary supports your own stability, clarity and inner-peace. 



    Blessed:
    Yes, Orthodox


    Base Materials:

    Triple-A high quality Natural Red Tiger Iron Round Bead gemstones, Natural Garnet Beads, pure 925 Silver.

    Cross: Vintage Cross, 925 Silver 



    Dimensions:

    Closed: ca 26 cm

    Total Length (from start to end point): ca 52 cm

    Cross: ca 4 cm, pure Silver


    Beads:
    8 mm



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    Whereas gold is the metal of the sun, silver is the metal of the moon. Like the moon and water, silver is reflective and used to mirror the soul bringing people calm and balance. Silver is used to 'draw down the moon' during lunar ceremonies, giving the wearer use of the moons energy and protecting them from negativity.

    Silver's connection to the spiritual life is mostly seen in traditional cultures where people live in union and deep respect for the earth. For example, the Tibetans spiritual silver jewelry is often combined with gemstones and crystals which then resonate their healing vibrations more strongly. Another aspect of the silver natural healing belief is that wearing this jewelry brings the wearer more in tune with the vibrations and flow of the universe. It is the metal of emotions, love and healing. Silver's properties are strongest during the new and full moon.

     

    Silver Metaphysical Properties and Silver Mystical Properties

    • manifestation of wealth, riches, and health
    • improves quality of speech and brings eloquence to conversations
    • calming and balancing
    • reflects away negativity and evil intentions
    • brings the wearer more in tune with the flow of the universe
    • like the moon and water, a mirror to the soul
    • increases strength of perception
    • awakens and increases psychic and intuitive capacities
    • provides strong connection between physical and astral bodies
    • increases the strength of gemstones and crystals, particularly Moonstone, Amethyst, Quartz, and Turquoise
    • high malleability (ability to be shaped), enables the user/wearer to bend energies, creating vital energy centers
    • placed on your forehead, activates and opens your Third Eye Chakra
    • astrologically associated with Cancer and Aquarius, the element Water, and direction West
    • increased Perception, increased intuition and increased Recovery.

     

    Silver in Healing

    Wearing silver jewelry is said to help heal and calm the mind, to help clear the lungs and throat, to increase circulation and purify the blood, to balance hormones and to slow the progression of degenerative brain diseases. Just wearing silver is said to help draw negative energy from the body to make way for positive energy.

    Any stone used for healing will benefit from being set into silver.

    Silver is a great conductor of energy, including magic. Any stone set in silver will be amplified and its energy more easily directed.

     

     


    Keywords: Strength, stamina, focused will, physical energy and strength, self-healing, grounding

    Chakras: Base, sacral, solar plexus

    Elements: Fire and Earth

    Zodiac Sign: Leo

    Number: 7

     

    Tiger Iron Crystal Healing Properties:

    Tiger Iron is the most energetically dynamic of all the grounding stones.  It is useful for self-healing and encourages health, personal power, focussed will and mental clarity.  Tiger Iron lends strength, stamina and energy to the physical body.  It is a protective stone for those that are overly spacey or disengaged from the physical plane. Tiger Iron enhances creative expression and allows one to feel more confident and capable of creating one’s reality.

     

    Tiger Iron Metaphysical Properties

    In Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese art of placement, balance comes from the combination of yellow (earth colors) and black/dark brown (water colors). Because yellow is also associated with communication and dark colors with independence--as well as strong self-discipline--tiger iron gives a strong, clear message when worn. That's a big part of tiger iron's spiritual power.

    Tiger iron is said to contain the metaphysical properties of its component stones--the grounding power and circulatory affinity of hematite; the healing power and blood-cleansing abilities of red jasper; the energizing power and clarity inducing strength of tigereye--as well as being considered powerful in its own right. Tiger iron is believed to be a rare and potent three-fold stone; it grounds energies, protects the spirit and manifests the will. As such, practitioners are wary when pairing it with other stones, lest it supercharge them.

    Tiger iron is affiliated with the root, sacral and solar plexus chakras. It is assigned to the western signs of Scorpio and Leo, and is popular among "earth" signs such as Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn. It can be found among those born in the Year of the Metal Tiger in Chinese astrology (1950 and 2010).

     

    Tiger Iron History and Uses:
    Tiger Iron, sometimes called Mugglestone, is a combination of Gold Tiger Eye, Hematite and Red Jasper. Its name refers to the composition of the stone, Tiger Eye and Hematite which is a stone rich in iron. Traditionally it has been used as a grounding stone to build stamina and encourage creative expression.

     

     

    Garnet in Ancient Lore and Legend

    Garnets were employed as inlaid stones in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon jewelry. Garnets the color of fire were also called Carbuncles (from fire-coals), and the Hebrew name for the carbuncle was Bareketh (flashing stone) or Barak (lightning). It was a stone in the breastplate of the High Priest. Eastern legends assert that a carbuncle was suspended by Noah, in the Ark, to diffuse light. The Greeks called the carbuncle the Lamp Stone and it was said, if hung around the neck, to give the power of seeing in the dark.

    Greek mythology speaks of Garnet as a stone that can, through divine influence, heal emotional rifts between lovers.

    A Warrior's Stone, Garnet served as a talisman in the Crusades for both the Christians and their Muslim enemies. The Merovingians brought garnets from faraway Ceylon (Sri Lanka) through the Silk Road, combining it with amber from the Baltic to create magnificent jewels. Since these two stones balanced each other, one warm, one cold, some see the source of the Frankish civilization in this combination, the amber tempering the warrior-like fieriness of the Germanic people.

    Low libido and sexual disorders were credited to be relieved by the application of Garnet directly to the genital organs. Princess Palatine discovered her husband, the brother of King Louis XIV, applying garnets on his body in this way. Though he asked her not to reveal this to anyone, she instead told the whole court and wrote about it in her many famous letters.

    Garnet is a conqueror's stone. Legend has it that a garnet ornamented Don Juan's ring.

    The well-formed image of a lion, if engraved on a garnet, will cure the wearer of all diseases, protect and preserve his honor and health, and guard him from all perils in traveling.

    Some Asiatic tribes used red garnets as bullets for sling bows because they pierced their victims quickly and were well hidden when they mingled with the blood. At other times they were placed in wounds to encourage clotting of the blood. The tribes continued to use them later as bullets in firearms, assuming the blood-colored stone would inflict a more deadly wound than a leaden bullet. Such were used by the rebellious Hanzas, in 1892, during their hostilities with the British troops on the Kashmir frontier, and many of these precious missiles were preserved as curiosities.

     

    Introduction to the Meaning and Uses of Garnet

    Garnet is found the world over, and though commonly known to be red, it is in fact found in a variety of colors and chemical formulas, each with its own set of spiritual properties. Legends and folklore place garnet among the most ancient of talismans. Not only was it prized as an ornamental jewel, but its strong curative powers and protective energies made it invaluable.

    Garnet is also known for its utilization of creative energy. It grounds spirit forces within the body and helps in the ability to work lovingly on the physical plane. Yet Garnet is a sensual stone. It represents primordial fire, the creation of the world out of chaos, purification and love. It is a stone of strong, intense feelings.

    The distinctive title Garnet is derived from the Latin name Granatum, a pomegranate, because of the resemblance the granular varieties of Garnet bears to the seeds of that fruit. Garnets vary in size from a grain of sand to the size of an apple. According to the Roman historian Pliny, the large dull-colored "Carbunculus of India" (a variety of Garnet) used to be hollowed out into vessels which would hold as much as a pint.

    Garnets were used in the former Czechoslovakia as far back as the Bronze Age, and in Egypt more than five thousand years ago. They were used in Sumeria around 2100 B.C. and in Sweden between 1000 and 2000 B.C. They were also popular in ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. According to the Talmud, the only light on Noah's ark was provided by a large Garnet. In Europe during the Middle Ages, Garnet was used to enhance truth, faith and constancy, and to dispel melancholy. As a Warrior's Stone, Garnet served as a talisman in the Crusades for both the Christians and their Muslim enemies.

    Garnet is said to have been one of the twelve stones in the Breastplate of the High Priest, and has been used as a sacred stone by the Native American Indians, the South American Indians, the Aztecs, the African tribal elders, and the Mayans. It acts with speed to expand one's awareness due to the flash of lightening contained within, and enhances one's internal fire to bring creative powers to implementation.

    Garnets whose color suggested that of blood, were not only believed to confer invulnerability from wounds, but some Asiatic tribes launched garnets from their sling bows, and later as bullets, the principle being the blood-colored stone would inflict a more deadly wound than a leaden bullet. Such were used by the rebellious Hanzas, in 1892, during their hostilities with the British troops on the Kashmir frontier, and many of these precious missiles were preserved as curiosities.

    Today, Garnet is not only worn ornamentally as a beautiful gem, but is used widely in industrial markets, from watch gears and scientific instruments to sandpaper and abrasives.

     

    Garnet Introduction

    Garnet has been used to reduce body toxins, purify vital organs and blood, and assists in assimilation of vitamins and minerals. Emotionally it provides a protective and calming influence during use and is thought to heal melancholy and depression, strengthening the survival instinct, and bringing courage and hope into critical situations.

    Garnet balances energy, bringing serenity or passion as appropriate, and can inspire love and balance the sex drive. Garnet is considered a lucky stone, for love, success, and for business relationships. It helps you let go of old behavior patterns and boosts self-confidence.

    All Garnets honor Sekhmet, the Egyptian Goddess of War, and is the traditional birthstone of those born in January. It is the stone of those born under the zodiac sign of Aquarius, and as an Enhancer Strengthener crystal, it has been worn for centuries as a protective and powerful talisman.

    The legends of Garnet are vast and colorful.



    Garnet Associations

    Chakras -  Base Chakra, Heart Chakra

    Birthstone -  January

    Zodiac -  Aries, Leo, Virgo

    Planet – Mars

    Element – Fire

    Vibration - Number 2

    Typical colours - Most often seen in red, but available in virtually all colours, including: pink, green, orange, yellow, brown and black




    Garnet Physical Healing Energy

    Garnet is thought to have medicinal abilities to reduce body toxins. At times stones were placed in wounds to help heal by encouraging the clotting of the blood.

    Garnet regenerates the body, stimulating metabolism. It treats spinal and cellular disorders, purifies the blood, heart and lungs, and regenerates DNA. It assists assimilation of minerals and vitamins, including iodine, calcium, magnesium, and Vitamins A, D, and E.

    Garnet can alleviate acne, low libido, and disturbances in the cardiac rhythm (except for arterial hypertension, which Garnet can even aggravate). It has been reported to relieve rheumatic and arthritic pain and some psychological illnesses.

     

    Garnet Emotional Healing Energy

    Garnet provides a protective influence and a calming stable vitality during use. It is thought to heal emotional problems. Placed under a pillow, Garnet is reputed to alleviate bad dreams. Medicine men used it to cure mental depression.

    Garnet is useful to have in a crisis, particularly in situations where there seems to be no way out or where life has fragmented. It fortifies, activates, and strengthens the survival instinct, bringing courage and hope into those situations. Crisis is turned into challenge under Garnet's influence and promotes mutual assistance in times of trouble.

    Garnet can act as a strong help to balance the energy system, stimulate desires and uplift your attitude. As a balancer stone, Garnet can prevent fears of insecurity and even money losses. They're lucky stones: lucky for love, success, and for goals. Use Garnet to increase your positivity and popularity, thus enhancing your personal self-esteem. As an energy stone, it can encourage success in business and business relationships. It is a wonderful executive gem, especially for women. Square cut garnets are particularly useful in bringing success in business matters.

    Garnet has even been credited with aiding widows in finding a new husband. After mourning for too long, Garnet helps to regain the spirit, calming sadness and emotional pain, helping those who have gone through great despair get back on their feet and become seductive again. Perhaps the same could be true for widowers as well.

     

    Garnet Chakra Healing and Balancing Energy

    Garnet cleanses and reenergizes the chakras. It revitalizes, purifies and balances energy, bringing serenity or passion as appropriate. It inspires love and devotion, balancing the sex drive and alleviating emotional disharmony. Red Garnet in particular stimulates the kundalini energy and aids sexual potency. It stimulates from both the Base and Crown chakras to provide for free flow of movement via the spinal column and the inner pathway of light, distributing the appropriate amount of energy to each portion of the body.

    Garnet has a strong link with the pituitary gland and can stimulate expanded awareness and past-life recall. It activates other crystals, amplifying their effect.

     

    Garnet Divination

    Dreams of garnet signify the solution of a mystery.

     

    Garnet Spiritual Energy

    Garnet sharpens your perceptions of yourself and other people. It dissolves ingrained behavior patterns that are no longer serving you, and helps you let go of obsolete ideas. Garnet removes inhibitions and taboos, opening up the heart and bestowing self-confidence.

    Garnet is also known as a Stone of Commitment - to purpose, to others, and to oneself. Its loving powers reflect the attributes of devotion and understanding. It both monitors and adjusts the flow of energy to provide for a balanced energy field around the physical body and alignment of the emotional and intellectual bodies.

     

    Garnet Goddess

    All Garnets honor Sekhmet, the Egyptian Goddess of War. She is the most powerful goddess of Lower Egypt, and is usually depicted with the head of a lion and the body of a beautiful woman.

    Some garnets honor other Goddesses as well.



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