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Large Tibetan Meteorite Dzi Bead~ Nine Eyes Bead Highly Coveted Wealth Talisman~Deep Green Almost Black Sacred Dzi Bead Sourced from Tibet

I acquired this bead and numerous others (still waiting to be listed) directly from Tibet where Dzi beads are highly revered and steeped in mystery to the "outside world". They are believed to have magical healing and protective amulet powers in Asian cultures going back thousands of years.

I've provided you with extreme macro photos showing all the signs of wear to this bead. I have no doubt the bead is truly old and because I bought it at an amazing price I'm passing on the low price to interested buyers. I've searched high and low for values on the beads I have and I'm absolutely AMAZED at how much these beads are selling for, Far more than my selling price. There is no way for me to know or assess the true age of this bead other than visually unless I had access to an expert here in the desert. Experts on the subject of dzi beads are few, and far and wide and hard to find.

I've sold numerous dzi beads and gotten excellent feedback, seems they sell just about as fast as I can acquire and list them due to the quality and price of beads I make available. So...First Come First Served.

Please refer to the photos as they are an important part of the description. All weights and measures are approximate. Colors may vary from one monitor to another. Due to the use of a macro lens you may see details not visible to the naked eye. Color balance may differ from one computer monitor to another.


Length: 72mm ( 2 3/4" )
Shape: Bicone
Diameter: 25mm ( 1" ) at center and tapering down to 15mm ( 3/16" ) at each end
Hole size: 5mm ( 1/16" )
Weight: 62.34gms
Stone: acquired as "black jade"
Color: Dark green on the verge of black. With a strong focused light you can see translucent areas in the stone that show as green

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-------------> หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS -9 eye : Builds up a lenient and caring heart for you, helps you gain fame and benefits. Increases the owner’s wealth. 9 Eye is one of the most sought after, believed to represent the 9 planetary systems and its essence. This Dzi is touted as a window to wisdom. The 9-Eyed Dzi bead endows the wearer to expand his intelligence and wisdom. This type of Dzi bead is also well documented in modern Asian circles for its "mysticism" and "power" by several people who wore them and survived near death experiences. This bead is often considered the unofficial wealth bead. The 9 eye Dzi bead may assist the owner of this bead to become rolling in wealth. The wealth will be gained through one’s own work. This bead attracts attention and assists in causing fame to increase. The nine eyed Dzi assists the entrepreneur in finding their ideas and strengths.
The nine eyed Dzi bead assists its owner to Gather Wealth, Achieve Good Health, Success, Gain Power, Compassion, Glory, and Expelling Evil & Acts as a Protector. It is believed that the 9 eye Dzi bead is able assist its owner in achieving the Nine-fold Merits. The Nine-fold merits are compassion, glory, everlasting brightness, fame, dignity, authority, control, reputation and the removal of obstacles. Accumulation of meritorious virtue, increases compassionate, separates from suffering and gains advantage. Gathering the Nine-fold Merits, ensuring the growth in compassion, power and glory thus bringing about immense benefits.

----------->Meteorite Dzi Beads Info

According to ancient manuscripts many million years ago a giant meteorite fell on the lands of Tibet. As a result of its collision with the earth there was a powerful explosion. High temperature and a great pressure caused the merger of meteorite substance and the rocks which had melt and formed such kind of stone which is now called “sibin pumice”. Sometimes it is called Byanshi stone (after the name of deposits or the meteorite fallen later than million years ago in Tibet). The belief is that the meteorites created a "spray" of meteoric material across wide areas and permeated the existing minerals making them not only magnetic but powerful healing stones as well as materials used to create ritual implements such as phurbas,khartikas,and all manner of ritual swords,tingshas, and singing bowls.

Shaolin monks state that as the result of space stone interference the rock got new properties and became a medical mineral. These black stones were widely used in Shaolin Monastery. Using them people eliminated pain, massaged, eliminated edemas and relaxed.

Since then the acupunctural stone has become very popular. It is still used for rejuvenating Guasha massage. The magnetic properties of "meteoric dzi beads" are rather weak. They can be seen in deflection of the compass needle. If you bring the compass needle to the bead it will deflect. The more the needle deflects the stronger the magnetic properties are.

It is believed that due to the powerful “celestial” properties the meteorite beads have they are not recommended to wear continuously. They can allegedly cause indisposition as their energy is rather strong. However, the temporary contact with such beads can promote recovery, and normalization of energy balance in the human body. The East Asians use the talismans to relax and to eliminate headaches. It is not known if the meteorite dzi beads effect each person in such a manner or not. Nevertheless, many people are pleased to have such mystic talisman with the energy of Heaven in their collection.

--------->Some Information and History About Dzi Beads

A DZI Bead is an ancient agate bead etched with mystical eyes, heavenly patterns and auspicious symbols.
The Dzi originated from the land of mythical Buddhist Lamas and is endorsed by all to possess protective, enhancing, curative powers.

Originated from Tibet and the Himalayan Mountains,...It has healing powers. It often brings fantastic good fortune, prosperity,
wealth and good health to the owner. Tibetans believe that bad spirits in the environment cause negativities in life. Wearing the powerful talismanic Dzi is believed to dissipate such negativities depending on their patterns and usage.

Dzi beads have eyes and motifs which have special meanings and Dzi beads are worn as protective amulets since ancient times in Tibet.

Dzi beads are described to heal illnesses, protect a person from ill-willed enemies and evil curses. Dzi beads are worn for health purposes. Being of natural agate material it is a very strong negative dispeller and a grounding stone your body thus creating a
positive auric field which in turn creates .

We all have a magnetic aura around us which at different times are positive and negative. The Dzi bead having a magnetic field of 13 Volts is able to clear any negative auric field surrounding good karma and positive energies for the person bringing good luck,
good fortune, good karma, long life and protection to the wearer.

Dzi beads help promote the balance of YIN and YANG of a person's body, increasing blood circulation thereby giving good health.

Using a magnifying glass to see the Dzi bead, you will be able to see the " weathering marks" on the Dzi bead which are called
" DRAGON SKIN " which shows the estimate age of a Dzi bead. Dzi beads are never perfect and are always blemished in some way.

The older a Dzi bead, the more powerful it is and the more expensive it is. Ultimately it is the preference of the buyer to decide to wear a few, antique or old Dzi bead. They serve the same purposes irregardless.

Dzi bead (Tib. གཟི།; pronounced "zee"; alternative spelling: gzi) is a type of stone bead of uncertain origin worn as part of a necklace and sometimes as a bracelet. In several Asian cultures, including that of Tibet, the bead is considered to provide positive spiritual benefit. These beads are generally prized as protective amulets and are sometimes ground into a powder to be used in traditional Tibetan medicine. Beads subject to this process have small "dig marks" where a portion of the bead has been scraped or ground away to be included in the medicine. Some dzi exhibit grinding and polishing of one or both ends, again the result of reduction for use in traditional Tibetan medicine or, in some cases, due to the bead's use as a burnishing tool in the application of gold leaf to thanka paintings or gilt bronze statuary.

The most highly prized dzi beads are those of ancient age, made of natural agate. The original source of these beads is a mystery. While the traditional, ancient-style beads are greatly preferred, new modern-made dzi are gaining popularity amongst Tibetans.

Dzi stones are made from agate, and may have decorative symbols composed of circles, ovals, squares, waves or zig zags, stripes, lines, diamonds, dots, and various other archetypal and symbolic patterns. Colors mainly range from brown to black, with the pattern usually in ivory white. Dzi beads can appear in different colours, shapes, and sizes; the surface is usually smooth and waxy, presumably from wear over a long period of time.

The number of "eyes," circular designs on the stone, is considered significant. The symbolic meaning of these beads is based on the number and arrangement of the dots. Dzi beads with more than twelve eyes are considered non-traditional.

Dzi stones made their first appearance between 2000 and 1000 BC, in ancient India: a few hundred thousand were supposedly brought back by Tibetan soldiers from Persia or ancient Tajikistan during a raid. The malicious effect of the “evil eye” was taken very seriously by these people. Dzi were considered to counteract the evil eye. The artisans who made the dzi created amulets with “eyes” on them as a “fight fire with fire” form of protection. Artisans used agate as the base stone, and then embellished the beads lines and shapes using ancient methods that remain mysterious. Treatments may have included darkening with plant sugars and heat, bleaching and white line etching with natron, and protecting certain areas with grease, clay, wax or a similar substance. A hole was drilled before the bead was decorated as drilling caused most breakage during the production process, and holes were also useful for stringing and dipping numerous beads as a step in coloration. The earliest holes were conical and done with solid drill bits drilling from both ends and, hopefully, meeting near the center of the bead. Very small drill tips of chipped flint were used without abrasives and numerous other materials, regardless of hardness, when used with abrasives. Neolithic era beads were also drilled with hollow, tubular abrasion driven bits of reed and, later, during the Chalcolithic, copper. These drilled a hole with a core of agate inside the tubular drill. Tubular bit holes were parallel walled rather than conical, but also done from both ends. Both methods required arduous work done with a bow drill, with time and effort being determined by hardness of abrasive, from ground sand (quartz) to corundum.

Although the geographic origin of dzi beads is uncertain, it is accepted that they are now called "Tibetan beads," just like "Tibetan coral," which also came to Tibet from elsewhere. Tibetans cherish these beads and consider them hereditary gems. In this way they have survived thousands of years, being worn by hundreds of individual people. Dzi are found primarily in Tibet, but also in neighbouring Bhutan, Nepal, Ladakh and Sikkim.[citation needed]Although Dzi type agate beads were made in the Indus Valley during the Harappan period and at various locations rich in agate deposits in India, such as in Khambhat, since their Neolithic periods, the earliest archaeologically controlled find of an agate bead with Dzi style decoration of straight and curved lines and circular eye we have found has been from a Saka culture excavation (Uigarak) in Kazakhstan, dated 7th - 5th C. BCE. These were said to be imports from India, reflecting long distance trade with the more nomadic Saka or Scythian tribes.

Since knowledge of the bead is derived from several differing oral traditions, the beads have provoked controversy regarding their source, their method of manufacture and even their precise definition.[citation needed] In Tibetan culture these beads are believed to attract local protectors, dharmapalas or deities or maybe beneficial ghosts, ancestors or even bodhisattvas. Because of this, dzi beads are always treated with respect.

It has been reported that modern era dzi style beads were made in Idar Oberstein, Germany at least as early as the 19th C. The German agate-cutters at Idar-Oberstein plied their trade since the Roman Period. They brought the coloring of agates to a science and the cutting and drilling to the mechanical level of perfection for which Germans are known.

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One of Tajikistan’s top politicians has unveiled the latest weapon in his country’s fight against terrorism: a self-penned play on the evils of extremism and the healing power of maternal love.  

Written by Interior Minister Ramazon Rahimzoda, The Heart of a Mother will premiere in Dushanbe later this month.

The theatrical foray comes just weeks after tourists were murdered travelling through the Tajik countryside. Four foreigners — two Americans, a Dutch and a Swiss citizen — died after being deliberately hit with a car as they cycled along a road 70 kilometres from the capital on a “once in a lifetime” trip across the world.

Terrorist group Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility for the murders, although the Tajik government has sought to blame a banned opposition group, the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (IRPT).

Rahimzoda's drama focuses on IS, following the tragic tale of a young Tajik student who wants to fight with the group in Syria. Before the curtain falls, the young man is overwhelmed by the error of his ways — but not before he takes the life of his own mother.

It’s not the first time that Rahimzoda has tapped his creative powers, with the minister reportedly writing some 120 books and monographs under the pseudonym Nihoni. Many include praise for Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, including the poem, You Are Worthy.

Sources: Eurasianet / Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

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В столице Таджикистана Душанбе по жалобе местной жительницы впервые заведено административное дело о сексуальных домогательствах на улице. Об этом сообщает «Озоди».

Журналистка радиостанции Афсона Акобиршоева по дороге на работу 6 августа подверглась оскорбительным выкрикам со стороны строителей, работавших на реставрации государственного комплекса «Кохи Вахдат» в центре города. Мужчины свистели ей в след, стонали, имитируя оргазм, обсуждали, что у девушки под платьем, а один из рабочих даже попытался показать Акобиршоевой свой половой орган, когда она стала снимать строителей на телефон.

Журналистка обратилась с жалобой в отделение милиции, однако там на заявление должным образом не отреагировали. После этого она обратилась с жалобой на имя министра внутренних дел и в тот же день жалоба была рассмотрена и направлена в суд столичного района Исмоили Сомони. Дело рассматривается по статье 460 («Хулиганство») Кодекса об административных правонарушениях.

«Поначалу строители не признавались, мол, ничего не говорили непристойного, потом все-таки сознались и начали просить прощения. Я сказала, что мне их извинения не нужны, и я буду добиваться их привлечения к ответственности по закону», - сказала Акобиршоева.

По ее словам, в суде потребовали представить хотя бы одного свидетеля происшествия. Однако сделать это будет непросто, так как в этот момент на улице никого не было, и на этом участке нет камер видеонаблюдения. Несмотря на это, Акобиршоева обещает, что будет бороться до конца, чтобы привлечь к ответственности обидчиков. Она уверена, что другие мужчины могут изменить свое поведение, если этот случай станет для них уроком.

По данным «Озоди», после обращения Акобиршоевой начальникам отделов милиции было поручено принимать к рассмотрению подобные жалобы девушек и женщин на непристойное поведение со стороны мужчин. По данным правоохранительных органов, по закону за подобные действия сначала полагается штраф, при повторном нарушении грозит уголовная ответственность.

В конце июля жительница Душанбе написала в социальной сети Facebook о том, как она каждый день сталкивается с приставаниями и преследованиями мужчин. Пост вызвал большой резонанс, многие женщины в комментариях рассказывали похожие истории. Они писали, что не выходят из дома без мужа или сыновей, чтобы иметь хоть какую-то защиту от агрессивных попыток мужчин познакомиться, от криков вслед и попыток потрогать их за тело.

Позже о подобных случаях в своей жизни рассказали таджикистанские журналистки. Некоторые из них пережили попытки изнасилования. Одна из женщин рассказала, как на рынке, когда ее руки были заняты сумками, кто-то схватил ее за ягодицу под платьем. Когда она попыталась ударить сделавшего это мужчину, то вызвала смех окружающих, среди которых был и сотрудник милиции. На просьбу о помощи милиционер сказал, что ничего не видел.

После этого стало известно, что около 50 женщин обратились к мэру Душанбе с просьбой защитить их от уличного харассмента. Глава города Рустам Эмомали в ответ поручил создать рабочую группу, которой займется данной проблемой.

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Video: Overview of the Persian or Farsi Language (فارسی)

Persian language overview video

The lowdown on Persian

In this video, Paul gives a great overview of Persian including:

  • its history
  • where it is spoken (global distribution)
  • background on the writing system
  • what other languages have influenced it
  • what regional Persian varieties exist
  • very much more

Paul includes example samples of the Persian language to illustrate the main points of how the language works - super helpful for folks just getting started and interesting in general for language geeks like me.

Words from the videographer

In this video I talk about the Persian language (Farsi, Dari, Tajik) and what`s fascinating about it. Persian often lives in the shadow of Arabic, but Persian is a major language in its own right.

Persian speakers

Persian is spoken by roughly 110 million people, mostly in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.

About LangFocus

I've been a big fan of the LangFocus YouTube channel for quite some time now.

I visit it regularly to deepen my knowledge about languages in general - the videos are both academic and entertaining, a great combo.

The LangFocus creator, Paul, hails from Canada and is a language lover and polyglot who creates a wide variety of videos about languages and language learning. His work is supported by his listeners via Patreon.

Paul @langfocus you rock

Keep up the goods :) I want to interview you for an upcoming podcast.

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In questa torrida estate giornali e televisioni non daranno particolare risalto alla storia di Jay Austin e Lauren Geoghegan. Non lo faranno perchè le storie di amore, felicità e rispetto per la diversità non si raccontano.

Non si racconta più che due giovani si sono innamorati e hanno deciso di conoscere, scoprire, capire l’umanità abbracciandola tutta.

Non è corretto seminare buonismo e valori universali come la voglia ‘di vedere un tramonto o godere di una brezza’.

Non paga raccontare di chi ha avuto il coraggio di mollare tutto per condividere l’amore per la vita con l’umanità intera. Non troverete nessun riferimento a questi ragazzi nelle prime pagine dei giornali. No, non paga raccontare la loro esperienza.

Non è conveniente parlare di solidarietà e accoglienza: ‘Provi il desiderio di voler restituire qualcosa, non solo a questa persona, che ha accolto uno sconosciuto nella sua casa, ma a tutto il mondo. Diventi qualcuno che vuole accogliere gli altri nella sua casa. Diventi un mercante nell’economia del dono’.

#22 (Douar Sidi Mohamed Chelh, Morocco - Ceuta, Spain)

D’altronde proprio Jay aveva scritto recentemente nel blog-diario: I media ti raccontano che il mondo è un posto grande e spaventoso, pieno di gente cattiva di cui non fidarsi. Io non me la bevo. Per la maggior parte, gli esseri umani sono gentili. A volte egoisti, altre volte miopi, ma gentili. Generosi e meravigliosi.

Che senso ha dunque oggi raccontare la storia di questi due ragazzi che avevano scelto il periodo peggiore per essere buoni, liberi e felici?

Ma si. Forse è meglio che la stampa tradizionale dia poco risalto al finale di questa storia, ovvero alla loro tragica morte, assieme ad altri due ciclisti svizzeri e olandesi.

A Dream Ended on a Mountain Road: The Cyclists and the ISIS Militants

Si è meglio perchè in un mondo dove l’odio è diventato il sentimento prevalente, sarebbero stati massacrati dai leoni da tastiera. Quei leoni che sicuramente avrebbero scritto: ‘se la son cercata’.

Solo l’odio paga. Perchè l’odio semina odio e genera una conversione sicura: ancora odio verso tutto e tutti.

Quel 29 Luglio in Tagikistan Jay e Louren non sono morti. Quel 29 Luglio hanno aperto la strada a chi vorrà seguirli per dimostrare che l’umanità non si rassegna.

Hanno sacrificato la loro ingenuità per permettere ad altri di percorrere chilometri e chilometri di speranza, di amore e di fratellanza. Sentimenti sopiti ma che prima o poi riemergeranno con forza.

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