It was Tuesday the 6th of February, that I was introduced to this stone called Cintamani and have been browsing the internet to see if I can find one, it has been proving a rather interesting challenge. Yet, it feels like a stone that I need to work with.
Whilst information on this type of stone is very vague, there is a rather intriguing story about how this type of stone is used to banish darkness. How it is a stone that is referenced by the “Brotherhood of the Star” which is a mystery school of the Light from Atlantis.
This Cintamani Stone, which is of extra-terrestrial origin, had supposedly been brought to Earth by emissaries from a planet orbiting the star Sirius and then handed over to Shambhala’s principal resident, the elusive “King of the World,” a monarch known by many mystics in the East but only by a handful of occultists in the West. In regards to its identity in the Holy Grail legends, the Cintamani Stone appears to be synonymous with the “Stone of Heaven,” the Holy Grail manifestation mentioned by Wolfram von Eschenbach in his famous Grail rendition known as Parzival, which is regarded by most Grail scholars to be the most complete and authoritative of the Grail legends. (Nicholas Roerich and the Chintamani stone – A holy Grail from Sirius?, no date)
Roerich speculated that the stone was a form of Moldavite, a magnetic mineral said to be a spiritual accelerator. Some historians said that the stone can act as a homing beacon, leading to the man piece and the city of the Eight Immortals.
Roerich’s theory about the stone is that it is charged with Shugs, currents of psychic force. He speculated it resembled an electrical accumulator and may give back, in one way or another, the energy stored within it. For instance, it will increase the spiritual vitality of anyone who touches it, infusing him with knowledge, or enhancing psychic abilities, that allow him to glimpse Agartha, the valley of the Eight Immortals.
The stone, according to Balam, is a key, a key to all futures and everyone’s destiny. It is a point of power, a nontechnological quantum vortex. (Chintamani stone, no date)
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What is truth? (2012) Available at: http://
ben-tiger (2015) CINTAMANI STONE, LEGENDARY ARTIFACT OF BUDDHIST MYTHOLOGY. Available at:http://www.aruarian.com/
Cintamani (no date) Available at: http://
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