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SHAMAN'S BARDAG BLESSING WAND (Item No. Ritual A01)

Price Including Postage: £195 (UK) £225 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New.
Length - not including strap or khadag approx: 445mm

This is a traditional Shaman's blessing whip, bardag, hung with iron jingles and small blacksmith tools. it was made especially for 3Worlds by a Mongolian shaman-blacksmith in Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia. It is made of wood with a stag's anteler handle and a brass tip. It has a a leather strap and a traditional blue khadag offering scarf.


SHAMAN'S BARDAG BLESSING WAND (Item No. Ritual A02)

Price Including Postage: £195 (UK) £225 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New.
Length - not including strap or khadag approx: 445mm

This is a traditional Shaman's blessing whip, bardag, hung with iron jingles and small blacksmith tools. it was made especially for 3Worlds by a Mongolian shaman-blacksmith in Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia. It is made of wood with a stag's anteler handle and a brass tip. It has a a leather strap and a traditional blue khadag offering scarf.


STEEL SHAMAN'S BLACKSMITH TOOLS (Item No. Ritual A03)

Price Including Postage: £58 (UK) £64 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New.
Length of longest tool excluding ring: 78mm approx

Shaman's blacksmith tool sets connect a shaman to the blacksmith spirit, and they are considered important items for Many shamanic traditions in Southern Siberia.


BRASS SHAMAN'S BLACKSMITH TOOLS (Item No. Ritual A04)

Price Including Postage: £52 (UK) £58 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New.
Length of longest tool excluding ring: 68mm approx

Shaman's blacksmith tool sets connect a shaman to the blacksmith spirit, and they are considered important items for Many shamanic traditions in Southern Siberia.


MONGOLIAN SHAMAN'S FACE MASK (ONGOI) (Item No. Ritual A05)

Price Including Postage: £38 (UK) £48 (World)

Origin: Inner Mongolia
Age: Unknown
Length of fringe: 280mm approx

Shamans from Siberia generally wear some sort of fringed ritual mask. This is to hide their eyes from ordinary people when spirits take them over, and also to act as a screen - an 'eye curtain' - in order to help them go into trance.

This is a beautifully made, simple traditional Mongolian shaman's facemask. It has ties on each side so it can be fixed around the head and a fringe which hangs over your own face to obscure your vision.

This is a simple facemask which could be futher decorated - by adding fabric, feathers, beads and embroidered eyes etc - if you so wished.

Currently out of stock, hopefully more will be available soon.


MONGOLIAN BLACK SHAMAN'S FACE MASK (ONGOI) (Item No. Ritual A06)

Price Including Postage: £75 (UK) £82 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: NEW
Length of fringe: 300mm approx

Shamans from Siberia generally wear some sort of fringed ritual mask. This is to hide their eyes from ordinary people when spirits take them over, and also to act as a screen - an 'eye curtain' - in order to help them go into trance.

This is a beautifully made, traditional Mongolian shaman's facemask with a stylised face embroidered upon it. It has ties on each side so it can be fixed around the head and a fringe which hangs over your own face to obscure your vision.


MONGOLIAN RED SHAMAN'S FACE MASK (ONGOI) (Item No. Ritual A07)

Price Including Postage: £75 (UK) £82 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: NEW
Length of fringe: 300mm approx

Shamans from Siberia generally wear some sort of fringed ritual mask. This is to hide their eyes from ordinary people when spirits take them over, and also to act as a screen - an 'eye curtain' - in order to help them go into trance.

This is a beautifully made, traditional Mongolian shaman's facemask with a stylised face embroidered upon it. It has ties on each side so it can be fixed around the head and a fringe which hangs over your own face to obscure your vision.


MONGOLIAN SHAMAN'S SNAKE (Item No. Ritual A08)

Price Including Postage: £19 (UK) £23 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New
Length: 980mm approx

These are hand made traditional shaman's snakes from Mongolia, meant to be attached to the back of shaman's coats. They are made of black material with a head with glass bead eyes. They are available in the colours of the elements, Red (fire), Yellow (Earth), Blue (Water), Green (Air) and White (Either). A random colour will be sent to you unless you specify a colour.

Normally there would be many of these or similar snakes fixed to the back of the coat. When being fixed to the coat on no account are they to be stitched to the coat directly. To stick a needle into the snake is considered very bad and should never be done as it is said it will annoy the snake spirit which will seek revenge on you. Instead you stitched the snake by making a loop or series of loops which holds the snake against the coat and stops it falling off.


MONGOLIAN SHEEP'S KNUCKLE BONE DIVINATION SET (Item No. Ritual A09)

Price Including Postage: £28 (UK) £33 (World)

(Mongolian: shagai)
Origin: Mongolia
Age: new

This is a set of four Mongolian divinations bones made from the knuckle bones of sheep. They are used by Mongolian shamans, and are also used to play popular games and for fortune telling by the general population.

A good description of how to use them for shamanic work can be found in the book 'Riding Windhorses' by the late Mongolian/American shaman Sarangerel.

They are in a brocade bag to keep them safe and also come complete with a set of meanings in both English and Mongolian. They make a beautiful set and you can easily add them to your shamanic practice if you wish by reading Sarangerel's book.

Bags vary in design.

Currently out of stock, hopefully more will be available soon.


MONGOLIAN SHAMAN'S TASHUUR SNAKE WHIP (Item No. Ritual A10)

Price Including Postage: £58 (UK) £65 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New
Length (including khadag): 1100mm approx

Mongolian shaman's snake whip. The snakes represent the water spirits, and the rainbow nature of the whip is used to drive and sweep away unhelpful energies around people, and thus help with the healing. They are made of brocade, set into a brocade end part which is dressed with a khadag.


MONGOLIAN SHAMAN'S TASHUUR RAWHIDE WHIP (Item No. Ritual A11)

Price Including Postage: £38 (UK) £45 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: New
Length (excluding khadag): 770mm approx

Mongolian shaman's short rawhide whip. The whip is used to whip away harmful spirits as part of a healing. it is tied with a black khadag as it is desinged for serious 'heavy' work.


RITUAL OFFERING SPOONS

Ritual spoons are used by many shamans and others to make offerings of various substances.

They are used by Mongolian, Tuvan and Siberian shamans to offer milk to the heavens. These spoons are generally made of wood, and often divided into 9 small compartments. They are an important part of a shaman's tool box, but they are also used by non-shamans who traditionally greet each day by flicking milk to the sky powers.


SHAMAN'S RITUAL OFFERING SPOON - SMALL (Item No. Ritual A12)

Price Including Postage: £19 (UK) £25 (World)

Origin: Southern Siberia
Age: Recently made
Length (excluding blue silk ribbons): 170mm approx

These are recently made, Siberian shaman's carved wooden ritual offering spoon.

Spoons like this - often divided into 9 small compartments - are designed to offer milk (or at times vodka) the sky spirits of the upperworld. They are an important part of a shaman's tool box, but they are also used by non-shamans who traditionally greet each day by flicking milk to the sky powers.


SHAMAN'S RITUAL OFFERING SPOON - MEDIUM (Item No. Ritual A13)

Price Including Postage: £23 (UK) £29 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: Recently made
Length (excluding blue khadag scarf): 210mm approx

These are recently made, Siberian shaman's carved wooden ritual offering spoon.

Spoons like this - often divided into 9 small compartments - are designed to offer milk (or at times vodka) the sky spirits of the upperworld. They are an important part of a shaman's tool box, but they are also used by non-shamans who traditionally greet each day by flicking milk to the sky powers.


SHAMAN'S RITUAL OFFERING SPOON - LARGE (Item No. Ritual A14)

Price Including Postage: £29 (UK) £36 (World)

Origin: Mongolia
Age: Recently made
Length (excluding blue khadag scarf): 335mm approx

These are recently made, Siberian shaman's carved wooden ritual offering spoon.

Spoons like this - often divided into 9 small compartments - are designed to offer milk (or at times vodka) the sky spirits of the upperworld. They are an important part of a shaman's tool box, but they are also used by non-shamans who traditionally greet each day by flicking milk to the sky powers.