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Rare Meteorite Wrathful Sky Iron Vajra - 14th C Terma Replica
Rare Meteorite Wrathful Sky Iron Vajra - 14th C Terma Replica

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Wrathful Meteorite Sky Iron Five Prong Vajra

- Based on a known Guru Padmasambhava Terma discovered in the 14th century.

A powerful hand crafted bronze Five Prong Vajra with an incredibly rare Siberian meteorite central prong and meteorite centre. With eight Dharmapala faces to enhance the overall wrathful quality of the piece. Guaranteed to be crafted from authentic Seymchan iron meteorite, which was first discovered in Siberia in 1967. Each piece is hand crafted by a master artisan who is unsurpassed in the making of ritual vajras in modern times.
Rare Quality Extra Large Iron Kartika - Curved Flaying Knife
Rare Meteorite Kartika or Trigu

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A very precious hand crafted meteorite Kartika or curved flaying knife. Guaranteed to be crafted from authentic Seymchan iron meteorite, which was first discovered in Siberia in 1967. Each piece is hand crafted by a master artisan who is unsurpassed in the making of ritual supports in modern times.

The flaying knife (kartika) is one of the most prominent weapons used by wrathful deities, both male and female, especially Mahakala and Vajrayogini. They typically brandish a flaying knife in one hand and a skullcup (kapala) in the other. The blade, which is surmounted by the sea creature known as the Makara, terminates in a sharp point or curved hook, and combines the flaying implements of a cutting-knife and scraping blade with the piercing activity of a dagger or pulling-hook. The handle consists of a five prong vajra, or thunderbolt and is the quintessential symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Rare Meteorite Phurba or Kila
Rare Meteorite Sky Iron Phurba or Kila - 6.5 inches

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A superfine hand crafted bronze phurba with an incredibly rare Siberian meteorite blade. Guaranteed to be crafted from authentic Seymchan iron meteorite, which was first discovered in Siberia in 1967. Each piece is hand crafted by a master metal worker who is unsurpassed in the making of ritual phurbas in modern times. It is believed that Tibetans have an ancient tradition of using meteoric iron for ritual Phurbas, however, very few genuine pieces have survived or are known to exist. There is also mention of Guru Rinpoche or Yeshe Tsogyal concealing meteoric phurbas as terma and a number have been re-discovered over the centuries. The immense power of a meteorite when it falls to earth is so destructive in nature that it is easy to see why sky metal is the most sought after material for ritual phurbas.
Rare Meteorite Phurba or Kila
Rare Meteorite Sky Iron Phurba or Kila - 10 inches

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A magnificent hand crafted bronze phurba with an incredibly rare Siberian meteorite blade. Guaranteed to be crafted from authentic Seymchan iron meteorite, which was first discovered in Siberia in 1967. Each piece is hand crafted by a master metal worker who is unsurpassed in the making of ritual phurbas in modern times. It is believed that Tibetans have an ancient tradition of using meteoric iron for ritual Phurbas, however, very few genuine pieces have survived or are known to exist. There is often mention of Guru Rinpoche or Yeshe Tsogyal concealing meteoric phurbas as terma and quite a number have been re-discovered over the centuries. The immense power of a meteorite when it falls to earth is so destructive in nature that it is easy to see why sky metal is the most sought after material for ritual phurbas.
Rare Tibetan Meteorite Phurba or Kila Pendant
Rare Meteorite Sky Iron Phurba Amulet

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A very impressive hand crafted bronze phurba amulet with an incredibly rare Siberian meteorite blade. Guaranteed to be crafted from authentic Seymchan iron meteorite, which was first discovered in Siberia in 1967. Each piece is hand crafted by a master metal worker who is unsurpassed in the making of ritual phurbas in modern times. It is believed that Tibetans have an ancient tradition of using meteoric iron for ritual Phurbas, however, very few genuine pieces are believed to exist. There is often mention of Guru Rinpoche or Yeshe Tsogyal concealing meteoric phurbas as terma and quite a number have been re-discovered over the centuries. The immense power of a meteorite when it falls to earth is so destructive in nature that it is easy to see why sky metal is the most sought after material for ritual phurbas.