Kali Naga Shaman’s Necklace Empowerment
This attunement process is not to be sold or bartered for less than $180.00 USD or used on any buy one get one, two, three or more free site or swap site or free attunement site.
Founder: Baba Prajna Shiva Kalidasa
Included is 1 pdf sent electronically and 1 distant energy attunement.
These are the words of the man from whom Baba Prajna Shiva Kalidasa obtained this ancient Naga Shaman’s necklace:
“Authentic Nagaland Shaman Talisman Necklace from the Khiamniungan tribe in Southern region of Nagaland. This is an authentic Naga talisman necklace previously worn by seven generations of Naga shamans. Finding and procuring rare Nagaland artifacts such as this head hunter necklace is increasingly difficult. Not only are such artifacts extremely rare and hard to find, but travel to Nagaland is very difficult. Not only is it difficult to get to Nagaland, but it is still a very dangerous place for Westerners to travel through and the terrain is very difficult as well. I definitely do not recommend traveling there unless you are a real adventurer who can rough it for a long period of time without any of the comforts of home… mobile phones included.
Nagaland is a state located in the far northeastern part of India. It borders the state of Assam to the west, Arunachal Pradesh and part of Assam to the north, Burma to the east and Manipur to the south. The state capital is Kohima, and the largest city is Dimapur With a population of nearly two million people.
The population of Nagaland is entirely tribal. The Nagas belong to the Indo-Mongoloid family. The fourteen major Naga tribes are the Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Khemungan, Konyak, Lotha, Phom, Pochury, Rengma, Sangtam, Sema, Yimchunger and Zeliang. The Chakhesangs were earlier known as Eastern Angamis and are a combination of the Chakri, Khezha and Sangtam sub-tribes. Now the Chakhesang tribe is split further; Pochury’s who were earlier a part of it now claim a distinct entity. Each tribe has their own languages and cultural features. Literacy is 61.30 %. The population has shown a steady upward trend. The Naga’s have different stories about their origin. The Angamis, Semas, Rengams and the Lotha’s subscribe to the Kheza-Kenoma legend. It is said that the village had a large stone slab having magical properties. Paddy spread on it to be dried doubled in quantity by evening. The three sons of the couple who owned the stone used it by rotation. One day there was a quarrel between the sons as to whose turn it was. The couple, fearing bloodshed, set fire to the stone which as a result cracked. It is believed that the spirit in the stone went to heaven and the stone lost its miraculous properties. The three sons thereafter left Kheza-Kenoma, went in different directions and became the forefathers of the Angami, Sema and the Lotha tribes. According to another legend, to which the western Angamis subscribe, the first man evolved from a lake called Themiakelku zie near Khonoma. The Rengmas believe that until recently they and Lothas formed one tribe. The Aos and the Phoms trace their origin to the Lungterok (six stones) on the Chongliemdi hill. Some people believe that these Indo-Mongoloids are ‘kiratas’ frequently mentioned in the old Sanskrit literature of whom ‘Nagas’ were a sub-tribe.
The hill tribes in the areas now known as Nagaland had no generic term applicable to the whole race. The word ‘Naga’ was given to these hill tribes by the plains people. This proved to be a great unifying force to the tribes now classified as Naga. Nagas are of sub-medium height, the facial index is very low, the nasal index corresponds to a medium nose, the hair is generally straight, the skin is brownish yellow. The eyes significantly do not show Mongolian form. It could broadly be said that they are straight forward people, honest, hardworking, sturdy and with a high standard of integrity. They are lacking in humility and are inclined to equate a kind and sympathetic approach with weakness. The Nagas have a very strong sense of self respect and would not submit to anyone riding roughshod over their sentiments. The Angamis are politically the most conscious group.
The Zeliang and Pochury tribes in Kohima district are comparatively simple and unsophisticated. The Tuensang tribes are un-spoilt children of nature. A striking characteristic of the Naga tribes is their hospitality and cheerfulness. To be greeted with a smiling face while traveling on the roads is a common experience. A visitor to Naga village is heartily received and entertained with a surfeit of rice-beer, which is generally served by the lady of the house or her young daughter with a warmth which is unforgettable.
Further questioning brought out the fact that this necklace was used by seven generations of powerful Shamans and Sorcerers, and was continually passed down from Teachers to their best student just before their deaths. This empowerment process will give you access to their collective wisdom whenever you have need of it.
Further questioning brought out the fact that this necklace was used by seven generations of powerful Shamans and Sorcerers, and was continually passed down from Teachers to their best student just before their deaths. This empowerment process will give you access to their collective wisdom whenever you have need of it.”
Baba Prajna Shiva Kalidasa writes about his system:
“Receiving this empowerment will do a fair number of interesting and useful things such as making it possible for you to access the minds of the women and men who wore this necklace so that you can gain insight as to how they would handle many of the problems that come your way during this life. Essentially, it is like having seven wise and powerful counselors at your disposal to help you through the process of gaining the information that you need for whatever problems that may be facing you.
This will also help you to tap into whatever rituals that may be needed to be performed to take care of the problems, and give you the information on how to adapt what is available in your culture to do for the problem where you are now. The Naga tribes are filled with extremely practical people, and there are few attunements that can do such a thing for you.
Having this energy within you will also make it possible for the great power of the Naga tribes to flow through you, and help you with whatever it is that you are working on. And, it will connect you to the power of the Gibbons monkeys with which the Naga from the Nine Realms of the Underworld mated to cause humans to come into being.
It will also forge alliances for you with all of the Naga and the spirits of nature with which the members of the Naga Tribes work with even unto this day, and will prompt you concerning how to work with these spirits. This alone makes this an extremely valuable process.”