Global Art & Artifacts


Ceremonial Phurba.  Mahakala. Hand carved in Boxwood.  Hand polished.  Kathmandu Valley.  Nepal

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    The phurba – aka kila – was and is used as a ritual implement to signify stability on sacred grounds/earth  during ceremonies.   As a tool of exorcism, the kila can hold demons in place . . . binding and pinning down negative energies from the mind… Continue reading

Iron Phurba. Kila.  Ritual Dagger.  Exorcise Evil.  Tibet

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    A three sided peg, stake, knife or nail like ritual object that is/was used to stake out sacred and monastery sites to obstruct or repel evil.  Also does wonders to nail down those life distractions such as greed, desire and envy.   The most precious of Phurbas… Continue reading

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