This is a new and brilliant Brazilian quartz wand, 1 oz and 2.9” by 0.7” by 0.6”. The base is healed with a diagonal key at the base and there are two nice Isis faces and a future timeline. Every other side has Lemurian lines with these tiny, circular keys where hematite spheroids once resided (you will see the hematite spheroid keys on the faces as well) while the remaining sides have a plethora of the spheroids intact … as well as no Lemurian lines but a wondrous assortment of diagonal lines adjoining what looks like Ursa Minor starbrary glyphs. But these glyphs are backward and more like mirror images. Instead of looking like meteors, they resemble sideways record keepers. In working with these crystals, I was given the information that the strange star language is from the Centaurus star peoples. He has a tiny ding at the terminal apex but otherwise, he is in excellent condition.
We live in an unimaginably vast universe with millions of galaxies and even more star systems with planets. Interestingly, as I researched the constellation, Centaurus, I found that it contains Proxima Centauri which is the closest star to our sun. It is a mere 4.3 light years away. This means that if a ship were able to move at the speed of light, it would reach the sun in 4.3 years and Earth in an additional 8 minutes. Two planets have been discovered orbiting Proxima Centauri and they are in the “Goldilocks zone”. Further, Centaurus is a constellation visible in the southern skies and it was recognized by both the Greeks and Romans who thought it resembled the centaur … the mythical half man-half horse. In legend, it was the centaur, Chiron, who was so learned that he became the mentor to Achilles, Asclepius, Hercules and Jason among others. In these glyphs, I find a fascinating and well-ordered language that describes mathematics, physics, astronomy and interestingly … ethics. We have much to learn from the Centurion peoples.
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Brilliant Centaurus Starbrary Quartz Wand with Isis Faces, Timeline, Hematite Spheroids