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Athame dagger ear weights in polished brass.

Owl claws at the top of the hilt clutch natural water clear quartz spheres, their crossguards adorned in opals. Available also for non-stretched lobes.

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My crystals and stones looking happy and radiant today. Lit some Incense and sage for them and let them bask in it 😍😍

King Tut's Blade Made of Meteorite

King Tut was buried with a dagger made of an iron that literally came from space, says a new study into the composition of the iron blade from the sarcophagus of the boy king.

Using non-invasive, portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, a team of Italian and Egyptian researchers confirmed that the iron of the dagger placed on the right thigh of King Tut’s mummified body has meteoric origin.

The team, which include researchers from Milan Polytechnic, Pisa University and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, detailed their results in the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science.

The weapon, now on display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, was described in 1925 by Howard Carter, who three years before had discovered the treasure-packed tomb, as “a highly ornamented gold dagger with crystal knob.” Read more.

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I did the Gemsona thing. Her name is Lemon Quartz. She’s friendly but kind of shy and she gets nervous a lot.

Her weapon is a crystal dagger, and her main abilities are healing (breath) and manipulating light (she can do things like creating illusions with this ability, but that takes a lot of effort/concentration, so it normally just manifests as her making little glowy things).

King Tut's Blade Made of Meteorite

King Tut was buried with a dagger made of an iron that literally came from space, says a new study into the composition of the iron blade from the sarcophagus of the boy king.

Using non-invasive, portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, a team of Italian and Egyptian researchers confirmed that the iron of the dagger placed on the right thigh of King Tut’s mummified body a has meteoric origin.

The team, which include researchers from Milan Polytechnic, Pisa University and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, detailed their results in the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science.

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