Tibetan Mountain / Spider Ring / Mens Ring

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The Tibetan Plateau high-altitude jumping spider, lives above 21,300 ft of elevation/is depicted as hiding the ultimate reality with the veils of illusion. The Vedic god Indra, is Śakra in Buddhism/Devanam Indra. Indra's net is a metaphor for the Buddhist concept of interpenetration, which holds that all phenomena are intimately connected. Indra's net has a multifaceted jewel at each vertex & each jewel is reflected in all of the other jewels. When Indra fashioned the world, he made it as a web/every knot in the web is tied a pearl. Everything that exists, or has ever existed, every idea that can be thought about, every datum that is true-every dharma, in the language of Indian philosophy-is a pearl in Indra's net. Not only is every pearl tied to every other pearl by virtue of the web on which they hang, but on the surface of every pearl is reflected every other jewel on the net. Everything that exists in Indra's web implies all else that exists. In African mythology, the spider is personified as a creation deity Anansi/trickster. Anansi toree are spider tales that brought over from Africa/told to children of Maroon people. These tales are allegorical stories that teach a moral lesson. North American cultures have traditionally depicted spiders. The Native American Lakota people's oral tradition includes a spider-trickster figure, which is known by several names. The legend of Wasna Man/the Unktomi/Spider a man encounters a hungry spider family & the hero Stone Boy is tricked out of his fancy clothes by Unktomi, trickster spider figure. The spider is also deity Iktomi. In Native American mythology, the spider is in the legend about the birth of the constellation Ursa Major. The constellation was seen as 7 men transformed into stars & climbing to paradise by unrolling a spider's web. The Navajo have the creation myth of Spider Grandmother. In this story, Spider Grandmother created all things through the shimmering threads that came out of her belly.

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 16, 2013
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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Dakini Designs
Metal no-metal-type
Gem Type Agate

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