Peruvian Opal Panther Eye Amulet for Vitality and Performance
Peruvian opal is known to be typically blue and relatively rare.
This specific yellow variation is even more exclusive.
In Peru Opal is only to be found in the Andes mountains.
The ancient Inca’s believed opals were a gift from Pachamama, the archaic Incan goddess of earth and time.
Opal always has been associated with love and passion, as well as with sexual desire and eroticism. It is a seductive mineral, which intensifies and arouses feelings of lust.
Spiritually related to heat of the fire element, this type of opal is known to intensify sensual desires, making it the ideal mystical stone for tantric sex and kama sutra (Sanskrit: kāmasūtra).
Not only does this gemstone stimulate spiritual and sexual passion.
Being crowned within an impressive size 10, silver Balinese cassette ring, depicting a panther, this talisman, amplifies both the opal’s and the panther’s mystical properties.
The panther is very significant in archaic Egyptian rituals and symbolism, being the personification of safety and strength.
In ancient Greece the panther symbolizes protection by Zeus’s decree. In medieval folklore, panthers devour all animals except the dragon.
This powerful amulet being a true eye-catcher, with its large opal stone will attract good luck and confidence, meanwhile boosting lust and desire, making it the perfect Jewel for a night’s out.
The ring with its by sacred blessings empowered panther’s depiction, promotes endurance, strength and power, for increased stamina.
This stone is reported to be good for quieting the mind and helps recalling past lives.
Furthermore, opal can help recalling past lives and this jewel protects its wearer from danger and indecisiveness.
For invoking even greater abilities, the sacred words below can be chanted, while holding the talisman in the palm of the right hand:
يَقُولُ اللَّهُ إِنْ ظَنَّ بِي خَيْرًا فَلَهُ وَإِنْ ظَنَّ شَرًّا فَلَهُ
Allah says: ‘If he thinks good of me, he will have it. If he thinks evil of me, he will have it’. Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Ḥibbān 645