It´s time without time, space without space, here everything is simple and unique. Every second the Universe is born again and recreates itself down to the ultimate particles. Breath. Inhale is progress, exale is to comprehend.

Everything is interconnected. Each cell becomes an infinite universe. It is a continuous embod­iment. One thing depends on the other. Everything is swirling in a holographic dance of substance: evolution and involution, matter and antimatter, order and chaos. The titanic energy develops and creates the new worlds, born in the act of divine love. Life is extremely diverse, complex and unique in all its manifestations, but in reality they are all equal.

The interconnected world - that is the mission. The observer and the observed change each other. The universe and the idea are continuously materializing. Place yourself in an endless circle of life. Free your mind, and become the Creator!

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  • Genesis

    Genesis in its broad meaning signifies birth, origin, renewal, in other words – the beginning of everything.

    Genesis in its broad meaning signifies birth, origin, renewal, in other words – the beginning of everything.

    The idea of the bead takes its roots in the theory of life’s origin and evolution on Earth and it opens up in interaction of the images of fish, lizard, bull, rooster and elephant.

    When looking at the bead at different angles one can trace the development and evolution of species from fish and amphibia to birds and mammals that our planet went through.

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  • Senses

    This bead contains the images
    of the four main human senses.

    This bead contains the images
    of the four main human senses.

    The nose represents smell and it is also a well-known symbol of acuteness of perception and insightfulness.
    In Christianity the human nose symbolizes air,
    which brings everything into movement.

    The eye represents not only just a sight but also the inner state of mind of a human being, his emotions and thoughts. It stands for enlightenment, knowledge and clairvoyance.

    The ear reflects hearing and at the same time it is a dual sign that catches simultaneously the breath of life and death. The ear hears the words of God
    and depicts the flow of life.

    The tongue represents taste but in many ancient cultures
    an image of a face with a protruding tongue served
    as a protection against bad spirits.

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    • Bell

    Bell

    The shape of this bead  represents two hands holding a grape seed as if they are growing out of a blooming flower.

    The shape of this bead  represents two hands holding a grape seed as if they are growing out of a blooming flower.

    The bell has always been honoured for its ability to eliminate and even destroy evil. This amulet is meant to bring happiness and well-being to its holder. A swinging bell represents the extremes of good and evil, death and immortality. In different religions and cultures the bell’s sound symbolizes the voice of God preaching the divine truth. For Buddhists the distinctive jingle of a bell signifies the pure sound of the absolute wisdom. In China this sound is believed to be the voice of cosmic harmony, which also signify respect, honor, humbleness, the end of all sufferings. A ritual bell symbolizes harmony between a human and the God.

    The rhythmic repeating sounds produced by the bell scare off the evil spirits, it will also help its owner not to get lost on the many paths of Live.

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    • Calabash

    Calabash

    This bead is meant to bring good health to its owner. It has a shape of calabash (aka bottle gourd), but it meaning goes beyond that

    This bead is meant to bring good health to its owner. It has a shape of calabash (aka bottle gourd), but it meaning goes beyond that. The images of a mole and a bird are intertwined in this bead, representing the elements of the earth and the air,  the top of the world and the underworld. The head of one animal is the nose of the other and the wings turn into the paws when looking at it from a different angle.

    In Ancient China a calabash was used as a vessel for pure drinking water, which was truly rear and precious in those days. This is how a calabash became a symbol of prosperity.

    Another legend reveals that Taoist monks were capable of catching the evil spirits with a calabash, which in its turn was perceived as an absorber of negative energy. A different version of the legend states that the monks collected the energy of the world into a calabash and then drew it out of the vessel in smaller quantities when the need arose. 

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    • Eye

    Eye

    This bead is inspired by ancient Turkish amulet that protects from the evil eye, also known as the eye of Fatima.

    This bead is inspired by ancient Turkish amulet that protects from the evil eye, also known as the eye of Fatima. According to the legend the daughter of the prophet Mohamed gave her fiancé the eye amulet when he was leaving for the war so it would bring him home safely. Turkish artists have been creating eye-shaped amulets made of glass for hundreds of years, it is meant to suppress the negative energy of ill-wishers and enhance one’s own positive energy.

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  • Femininity

    The shape of this bead is symbolic and derived from two crossing circles which are called vescia piscis (fish bubble or fish eggs in Latin). 

    The shape of this bead is symbolic and derived from two crossing circles which are called vescia piscis (fish bubble or fish eggs in Latin). Vesica Piscis is an ancient synomym of  yoni, or vulva, meaning female generative power, the spirit of a Holy Mother, who gave birth to all life on Earth, symbolizing fertility in general. This symbol also stands for amniotic fluids, that according to the legend transformed into seas and oceans. What can be a stronger symbol of the beginning of all life than the waters of the primordial Ocean? For this reason the Holy Mother was associated with fish, seashells, seawater, sea salt, ships and sailors.

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    • Masculinity

    Masculinity

    This bead symbolizes male fertility and also the beginning of new life.

    This bead symbolizes male fertility and also the beginning of new life.

    Phallic images were widely adopted in many cultures as amulets protecting from the evil eye. In Ancient Rome and Greece the mystery of conceiving and reproduction has always been perceived as a realization of the divine spirit.

    In this sense phallic amulets started to represent male creative power, the force of nature, the source of life, protecting from all troubles and bringing luck into ones life.  

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    • Scull

    Scull

    In many cultures the image of a scull represents the sourse of intellect and spirit, the force of life which is concluded in the brain, mostly due to the fact that it is a part of the body which is most resistant to decay.

    In many cultures the image of a scull represents the sourse of intellect and spirit, the force of life which is concluded in the brain, mostly due to the fact that it is a part of the body which is most resistant to decay.

    When coming face to face with the death, one truly begins to value life. Bearing this idea in mind people of Ancient Venice adorned themselves with jewellery carrying images of a scull.

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