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In creating this Whistle, as a "healing tool" I realized that a bit of cautionary advice through instruction and information should be given. This "Sacred Object" should NEVER be used without a clear and loving intention. In manifesting energy to this extent, a clear and simple affirmation should be made prior to the use of this Whistle. How would one go about this? Begin by giving thanks for having a human life and the ability and privilege to even consider enlightened action. In a quiet space, bring your mind to a calm state through thankfulness, prayer and meditation, and create a real vision of peace for all the Earth's inhabitants. And, finally, as a "Light-worker" and "Healer", whether the healing be for yourself or others, all that is required of you is to hold your own "Light"... and remember, when you make someone's "Light" shine, it shines on you too. The "Good Medicine Way" teaches that we must never take what we cannot give back! Everything is a circle and part of Life's great "Medicine Wheel" and Walk.

This Sterling Silver lost-wax cast Whistle is a tiny model of a traditional "Turkey leg-bone" whistle, which employed Bee's wax as the toning mechanism. This more durable re-creation was crafted as a "Healing Tool" to be used for any healing ceremony or self-healing as a "toning" initiation. It has been completely hand enameled, with many ancient petrgliff designs to add energy to the piece. It has been enhanced with Sterling Silver and Bronze lost-wax cast and enameled bones and claws, originally found in "Owl Pellets" as well as rare excavated glass beads, bones, shells, crystals, and a tiny medicine bundle of Deer suede, containing sacred herbs. Above, the necklace is completed with tiny bone beads, including hair-pipe, snake bone, Silver, Pin Shell and Nautilus Shell Heshi, Silver Cones and Clasp.

Dimensions: Whistle length 2¾" x width tapered from 3/8" to 5/8" x 3/8" thick; Length with dangles, 4." Necklace length 19".

Available in a limited edition.

Due to the labor-intensive handwork involved in creating this piece, please allow 4-8 weeks delivery time. If more time is required, I will contact you - thanks!