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Rare ancient Single-eye Dzi 单眼天然纯玛瑙珠

Posted in Art of stone, Dzi/Tibetan Beads with tags , , on February 23, 2015 by ahaina

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Rare ancient Single-eye Pure Dzi

单眼 纯天然玛瑙 (稀有)

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The art’s of fortune stone 海洋中的活化石 “鹦鹉螺”

Posted in Art of stone, Auspicious Objects 吉祥宝物 with tags , , on February 22, 2015 by ahaina

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The art’s of fortune stone – Nautilus

海洋中的活化石 “鹦鹉螺”

The art’s of fortune stone 招财三脚蟾蜍 – 水玛瑙

Posted in Art of stone, Auspicious Objects 吉祥宝物 with tags , , on December 19, 2014 by ahaina

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The art’s of fortune stone – agate

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招财三脚蟾蜍 – 水玛瑙

招财三腿金蟾,是汉族信仰中的灵物。古代汉族民间传说它能口吐金钱,是旺财之物。

招财三脚蟾蜍 出处 :

刘海 为八仙 吕洞宾弟子,道法功力高深,喜欢云游四海,降魔伏妖,布施造福人世。

一日,他降服了长年危害百姓的金蟾妖精,在过程中金蟾受伤断其一脚,所以日后只余三脚。

自此金蟾臣服于刘海门下,为求将功赎罪,金蟾使出绝活咬进金银财宝,助刘海造福世人,帮助穷人,发散钱财。

人们奇之,称其为招财蟾。

Nanjing Yuhua stone 雨花奇石 – 开口笑

Posted in Art of stone with tags , , on October 13, 2014 by ahaina

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南京雨花石 – 开口笑

The smiling stone

Nanjing Yuhuashi

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西藏天铁原矿 Tibet Meteorite iron

Posted in Art of stone, Auspicious Objects 吉祥宝物, Lek Lai 力萊 with tags , , , on September 30, 2014 by ahaina

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天铁又称镍铁陨石

化学成份:镍与铁,硬度:4,比重:7.87,熔点:1600—1800。

据说陨石都来自外太空,在通过大气层时表面已被高达2000摄氏度的温度给轻微融化了,当将其切开时可以看到里面镍铁组合而成的错综复杂交织的纹面,这是与平常的铁的区别,当然用磁铁也是可以将天铁吸附的,通常天铁表面均有细微的沙孔和黑中夹带灰白或微黄等颜色;极象平常的铁。

天铁的能量勇猛刚烈,蕴藏着无与伦比的力量,密宗称之为“天铁”,即是“来自天上的铁”之意,多用来制造成金刚杵、普巴杵等法器。

天铁 – 灵性作用

1.天铁的能量极强,佩戴天铁饰物,是极佳的护身符和辟邪物;若能在平时使用时持之念咒、诵经一段时间效果更佳;

2.将天铁放置于家中,如挂在房门、窗边、阳台、病床、书桌前或车上等,有压制不协调、不稳定的能量场的“镇宅”之功效,使得空间安详、平安如意;

3.由天铁制成的各种法器,具有极大的力量,可用于驱魔、除邪、制煞、解厄等,亦可用于祈福、祈愿、修法等,易于与法界沟通,配合念咒、诵经效果更佳。

4.可以用来作为其它水晶消磁、充电之工具,其本身的消磁可用檀香或沉香消磁。

Fried pork 奇石收藏 – 东坡肉

Posted in Art of stone with tags , , on September 19, 2014 by ahaina

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奇石收藏 – 东坡肉

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Art of Stone – Fried Pork

斯里兰卡蓝星宝石, BLUE STAR SAPPHIRE

Posted in Art of stone, Gemstone with tags , , , , on March 19, 2011 by ahaina

Blue Star Sapphire collection 9cts

Blue Star Sapphire 蓝宝星石

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Color in gemstones breaks down into three components: hue, saturation, and tone. Hue is most commonly understood as the “color” of the gemstone. Saturation refers to the vividness or brightness or “colorfulness” of the hue, and tone is the lightness to darkness of the hue.[5] Blue sapphire exists in various mixtures of its primary (blue) and secondary hues, various tonal levels (shades) and at various levels of saturation (brightness).

Blue sapphires are evaluated based upon the purity of their primary hue. Purple, violet, and green are the most common secondary hues found in blue sapphires.[6] Violet and purple can contribute to the overall beauty of the color, while green is considered to be distinctly negative. Blue sapphires with up to 15% violet or purple are generally said to be of fine quality. Blue sapphires with any amount of green as a secondary hue are not considered to be fine quality. Gray is the normal saturation modifier or mask found in blue sapphires. Gray reduces the saturation or brightness of the hue and therefore has a distinctly negative effect.[6]

The color of fine blue sapphires can be described as a vivid medium dark violet to purplish blue where the primary blue hue is at least 85% and the secondary hue no more than 15% without the least admixture of a green secondary hue or a gray mask.[5]

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