Millions of years ago Sirians were attempting to densify a planet (of light blue color) orbiting Sirius A from the etheric to the physical plane with the intention of creating a planet of joy. Due to the plasma anomaly the process of materialization did not go well and a Galactic superwave caused the planet to explode. Its fragments were infused with special energy from the Galactic Center and they traveled in all directions, some of them reaching Earth after a long journey through interstellar space.
These sacred relics are known as Cintamani stones, the Wish Fulfilling Jewel of Buddhist and Hindu tradition. They are the stone of the Holy Grail, which are the highest vibrational matter on the planet. Their Sirian origin is significant as triple Sirius star system is a tremendously powerful and key Portal of Light. God Star Sirius is a Focus of the Great Central Sun in our sector of the Galaxy.
Cintamani stone is very important in this time of planetary transformation. Dragons have known it as Ye Ming Zhu, and in India it was known also as Naga-Mani, the glowing Cobra stone:
Cintamani is the sacred stone of the Brotherhood of the Star, the last true remnant of the mystery schools of Light from Atlantis. Cintamani stones are reflections of your inner jewel, your higher self, your I AM presence:
“Esoteric symbol of the Brotherhood of the Star is the heavenly stone of Sirius, fire jewel, cinta mani, lapis ex coelis, which represents the jewel of our true Self (atma-buddhi-manas).
Esoteric symbol of the Order of the Star is a chalice of Moldavite, the heavenly stone of Pleiades, the holy Grail, sangreal, which represents our causal body and the star nobility, the mandala of 144,000 star beings of light.
Amor Vincit Omnia!” ~ esoteric text of the Brotherhood of the Star
One batch of Cintamani stones is now ready for those Lightworkers and Lightwarriors who do not have money to buy one. They will receive the stone for free, they will only need to pay actual shipping costs. These free stones are only meant for personal use, not for burying. If you would like to receive your stone, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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