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Egyptian Pagan - Kemetic Khonsu Prayer Beads

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This handsome set of prayer beads is meant to evoke the Egyptian lunar god Khonsu. Its light blue shell beads, offset by four sets of white howlite beads and yellow glass beads, evoke His celestial properties; four is also an auspicious number in Kemetic (Egyptian Pagan) belief. Two handmade gold-colored tassels, headed by eight gold-colored beads each, represent duality and the primeval Ogdoad (Eight Primordial Gods). The single turquoise-colored bead symbolizes Nun, the primordial ocean from which Creation arose. It is meant for use in personal Egyptian Pagan or Kemetic practice.

The total length is 14 inches, with an inside diameter of 11 inches; this prayer bead set is not meant to be worn, but rather to be handled, kept on an altar or in a pocket in times of need. (Sometimes I've looped my prayer beads over my rear view mirror for long trips, another possible use.)

Feel free to message me with any questions or special requests. Thank you for your patronage!

PAYMENT AND SHIPPING: I can accept all Esty-backed forms of payment (Paypal, Apple Wallet, etc.); I ship by USPS, unless you would prefer another arrangement. Message me if you have requests, questions or concerns. I have sold items on eBay for over twelve years, with a 100% feedback rating, so I welcome you to join me in continuing that trend here on Etsy! Thank you for your patronage!

RETURNS: In the event your beads get damaged or break, I have repaired them for customers free of charge. Just message me with your request, including if you need to arrange a return or exchange with other available stock. I am happy to work with you.
This handsome set of prayer beads is meant to evoke the Egyptian lunar god Khonsu. Its light blue shell beads, offset by four sets of white howlite beads and yellow glass beads, evoke His celestial properties; four is also an auspicious number in Kemetic (Egyptian Pagan) belief. Two handmade gold-colored tassels, headed by eight gold-colored beads each, represent duality and the primeval Ogdoad (Eight Primordial Gods). The single turquoise-colored bead symbolizes Nun, the primordial ocean from which Creation arose. It is meant for use in personal Egyptian Pagan or Kemetic practice.

The total length is 14 inches, with an inside diameter of 11 inches; this prayer bead set is not meant to be worn, but rather to be handled, kept on an altar or in a pocket in times of need. (Sometimes I've looped my prayer beads over my rear view mirror for long trips, another possible use.)

Feel free to message me with any questions or special requests. Thank you for your patronage!

PAYMENT AND SHIPPING: I can accept all Esty-backed forms of payment (Paypal, Apple Wallet, etc.); I ship by USPS, unless you would prefer another arrangement. Message me if you have requests, questions or concerns. I have sold items on eBay for over twelve years, with a 100% feedback rating, so I welcome you to join me in continuing that trend here on Etsy! Thank you for your patronage!

RETURNS: In the event your beads get damaged or break, I have repaired them for customers free of charge. Just message me with your request, including if you need to arrange a return or exchange with other available stock. I am happy to work with you.

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Egyptian Pagan - Kemetic Khonsu Prayer Beads

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass beads, handmade tassels, howlite beads, waxed linen cord, shell beads
  • Feedback: 26 reviews
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