SACRED VEDIC PEARLS
Flawless Natural Oyster Pearl
Natural Oyster Pearl
In ancient Oriental and European histories we know that the "Pearl"
they referred to was 100% natural pearl, because cultured-pearls
were not known until recently. But at the present time practically
everyone (except a learned gemologist) now thinks that the hollow
"cultured pearl" pearl-imitations are the real thing.
This is mass ignorance, and should be addressed by all cultured
persons who care about the true nature of things.
Natural pearls are 100% 'pearl' or nacre. It is thought that natural pearls
form under a set of accidental conditions when a microscopic
intruder or grain of sand enters an oyster (mollusk) and settles
inside the shell. The oyster, being irritated by the intruder,
secretes the pearl substance called nacre to cover the irritant.
This process is repeated for many years, thus producing a real
pearl which may (or may not) be found by man. For a natural pearl
to form with a nice round or oval shape, and be free of any flaws,
is actually a real-life "miracle." The odds of
a perfect natural pearl are 1 in a million.
Deity: Sri Chandra mounted in gold - Origin: Bahrain -
Value: RARE - Vidhi: Monday evening - Mantra japa - Om som somaya namah (11 times)
Pictured above is a very rare sight, an 'Ichadhari' Naga Mani or Cobra Pearl.
PLEASE NOTE: The author, Richard Shaw Brown, has seen and held
this above pictured Sri Naga Mani, and, YES, it does glow in the
dark. It belongs to a wealthy Sri Lankan Family.
"Pearls from the cobra's hood are perfectly round, like fish
pearls, and they radiate a natural effulgence. By repeated washing,
a snake pearl becomes as lustrous as a polished sword blade. Anyone
possessing such a naga-mani attains piety, rare good fortune,
and eventually becomes illustrious as a leader of men, complete
with a great collection of all precious gems."
"Upon acquiring such a snake pearl, the owner should have
the rite of installation performed by a priest who is learned
in religious formalities. After hearing from the owner how the
pearl was obtained and conducting the benedictory ritual, the
priest should formally install the jewel inside the owner's house.
On such an auspicious occasion, the sky becomes filled with dark
and heavy rain clouds, thunder, and flashing lightning, such as
exhibited at the time of universal dissolution. A man in possession
of such a snake pearl will never be troubled by snakes, demonic
beings, diseases, or disturbances in any form."---Sri Suta
Goswami - Sri Garuda Puranam: 69
Nava Moti - The 9 Pearls
||Natural Oyster Pearl
||Snake Head Pearl
||Elephant Head Pearl
||Fish Head Pearl
||Wild Boar Head Pearl
||Tree Trunk Pearl
||Conch Shell Pearl
||Bamboo Stem Pearl
Snake and other pearls and fossils are acquired mostly in the Indonesian-Malaysian
areas. They are discovered in caves, jungles, sacred places, and
construction sites where the natives dig and find fossilized remains
of snakes, animals, plants, trees, etc., that contain the PEARLS.
Chemistry testing on some samples which we conducted with the head
of the GIA Research Lab in Bangkok, showed them to be mostly silica,
just like petrified wood. But they were not able to be proved scientifically
because there is no existing standard.
Reference to these special pearls is given in Sri Garuda Puranam. Click
here for this information
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