The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup
The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup

The Astronomer Prince's Prized Jade Cup

Regular price $ 800.00
This piece is completely authentic.  It comes from the land that is presently known as Uzbekistan.  Uzbekistan??  Yeah, that place.  It's not a place that you would normally think of when you are talking very powerful magic.  Maybe they want it to remain that way, simply so people don't try to exploit them for the very apt magic that they do hold.  I cannot say that there are other forms of magic in this country or not, but what I can say is that if there are other forms of magic there, this magic far surpasses them all.  It holds it roots in the materialization of a civilization ruled by one Tamerlane.  He was a Mongol and he presided over all of the Mongol lands, excluding china, by the 1400s.  This encompassed those parts of the world that we presently know as all of the "stans," such as Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan.  It also included small parts of other countries, but they aren't as fun to say, because they don't have a "stan" at the end of them. 
Under the rule of Tamerlane, the capital city of his empire became Samarkand, which was a major city on the Silk Road that linked the East and the West together.  It would be in this city that Tamerlane's astronomer grandson, Ulugh Beg would build a great observatory in which he would catalogue a list of just under 1,000.  He was a great sky watcher falling under the influence of both European and Asia theory.  His civilization was considered the cut off point of both "lands" so to speak, so the culture of Samarkand was kind of an ancient melting pot of sorts.  It made no difference to Ulugh Beg, who took into consideration the many theories and observations of others when watching the skies from his observatories.  Ulugh was sort of a mysterious man and attempted to lead the Timurid Empire that his grandfather once ruled with knowledge rather than power.  The average person of this time was little more than a mindless brute, so this style of ruling didn't really hold up to the encroachment of really tough empires such as the Ottomans. It wasn't long before the Timurid empire was dismantled, won over to different factions of warring people.  
Perhaps Ulugh should have found a way to stay in the stars, because it wasn't long after the fact that his people were captured that he would face his own demise during execution.  Aside from his astounding knowledge, great observatory, and endless wisdom, Ulugh left behind another artifact that is equally as puzzling as he was.  It is the Jade Dragon Cup.  The cup can be best described as a small bowl, with a fierce lion as the handle.  The stately lion provides a base for the cup with his two legs.  His would and webbed claws cling to the top. It is a perfect work of art the illustrates the Timurid's place in the world-- under both Eastern and Western influence.  The cup has his name transcribed into it, but the question is, why did he even have the cup built.  The answer is not so simple.   
As I have told you, Ulugh Beg was an ancient watcher of the star and he documented the existence of just under 1,000 of those stars.  In the night sky he could tell that these stars were more than just balls of gas as modern scientists would have people believe.  On the contrary, each star holds its place and rotates for a reason.  During the season of each star, when the star is closest to the Sun, the star acts as a portal.  Behind each portal is an entirely different form of existence.  Each form of existence exists parallel to our own.  I mean, it makes sense, because we are all part of the same universe.  With that being said, he found the jade that was used to build his cup in a far away realm.  After his cup was built, he no longer had to wait to travel to far off realms until the correct portal was open.  He could simply drink from the cup and envision where he wanted to go and he would end up there.  This all took place astrally, during which the astronomer prince would leave his body entirely behind in the mortal realms while he journeyed to incredible place in soul form-- which he says is the true form of any individual.  According to him mortality is merely a carnal prison by which all of our souls are bound to this Earth.  He was a genuine soul traveler and all due to his discovery of energy-charged jade, which he said was given its powers by the driving force of life, called the universal soul.  
Of course, you won't learn any of this through modern history.  You have to be in the know to be able to find any of this out.  I've been around for a while, since the 1800s to be precise.  I tend to know people and if they don't know me, I make my presence known to them.  Despite the fact that nobody knows who I really am, you can ask around in the paranormal circles.  People know the name Immortality33.  This is who I am to them.  This is how I was able to earn the favor of being let in the museum in Britain in which the Jade Dragon Cup is currently being kept.  I made this piece not to long ago and it was made simply by using the powers of the Jade Cup.  The think is scientists these days refuse to believe in things they cannot explain.  Their loss, right?  They will never truly know the meaning of things behind the pyramids or the sphinx or the Mayan Temples.  They are too busy trying to scientifically explain things to see what's right in front of their face.  
This piece was made by simply allowing the item to be immersed in the water that I placed into the Jade Cup, for three hours.  It was like a spiritual baptism and from it sprung the powers of Ulugh Beg.  The piece contains sterling silver and polished jade, along with a few other types of stones.  This is to pay an homage to the cup, which these days is in a state of disrepair.  It's okay, though, the powers still run rife through the jade, which has not lost one speck of its charge by the universal soul. When you wear this piece, you will be able to leave your body like the astronomer prince, to travel to different worlds and plans of existence that exist behind star gates and portals.  The best thing is that when you visit these places, you will be able to obtain all kinds of powers that exist in these parallel realms.  If you want a specific type of power, all you have to do is tell this to your piece and it will guide you to the place where that particular power can be obtained.  I have to caution you, though.  With this piece, you want to really explore.  There is no telling what kind of powers you will gain from other realms.  There are some powers that you won't even have a name for and that's okay, because they are bad ass anyhow.  
This item has provided me with a one-of-a-kind eye opening.  I have always understood that we were not alone in this universe.  I have always known that there are other powers in the universe.  This piece takes it to a whole new level and really allows you to know what is really out there and the meaning of life.  It will take you to places that nobody ever knew existed and it also brings the presence of many foreign powers that nobody ever knew existed.  You can't go wrong with this piece, especially if you are a star-gazer like Ulugh Beg.  The best way to discover things is to actually visit them.  There are no limits to this piece, it will let you travel as far as your imagination lets you wander!  
The piece you get is sterling silver on a sterling silver necklace.  Each of the discs is authentic polished stones that have been washed with the powers form the Jade Dragon cup.  You can interchange them as you see fit, but they all hold the same power, so you can mix and match which one you use to customize this piece fully to your liking.  It comes with the jade piece in the center, but feel free to change it as soon as it arrives!

11-9-15


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