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intention Tool 5

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Intention tool made from an antelope horn and a quartz crystal. About ten inches long.
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coolcat1414's avatar
i love it so have to buy it.... i need a wand
DonSimpson's avatar
If you want to buy, send me a note. :)
coolcat1414's avatar
i will but have to talk with my mum first..
BladeDancer190's avatar
What exactly is an intention tool? Google doesn't seem to know. In fact, you are the 3rd and 4th results. =P
DonSimpson's avatar
It's an object used to focus intention. I started using it when trying to decide if the the first one was a wand with a crystal tip or a crystal with a horn handle; I decided that I'd name it for a category that included both.:)
BladeDancer190's avatar
OK, that makes sense.
Ellygator's avatar
The elegant curve of the dark horn and the precise shape of the light crystal make for a wonderful contrast!
Goldenwolf's avatar
I love your intention tools. There is just something about them that just speaks to me *is still loving on her antler pendant/intention tool from Pantheacon*
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landensylvereign's avatar
hmmm did you use a specific glue or epoxy to set the stones in the horns??
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I've been using mixes of glass microbeads and cyanoacrylate cement. Crazy Glue is one cyanoacrylate brand, but I use a thin, fast-setting stuff I get at model airplane places (it comes in several brands, each of which has thickness and speed variations you can buy); it wicks into the micro-beads and is transparant and doesn't make blobs and I can clean off any excess with careful local application of acetone. Microbeads are available in many colors at hobby shops, but I have a huge bag of clear ones from a local traffic stripe painting spill. Sometimes I pour in microbeads and drop on some cement, sometimes I dab on some cement and add microbeads; it depends on the particular bit I'm doing.
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maxwildcat's avatar
nice :D i liked 5 more than 7 .. way more .. its more elegant .. although the bluntness of 7 adds to its own charm and seems like it was created by some old homini with less dexterity than 5...

rambling on as usual
DonSimpson's avatar
To me, 7 looks so much better in reality than in any picture I was able to get; which was very frustrating. Definitely 5 is much more photogenic.
maxwildcat's avatar
well if you ever take a picture that truly does it justice ... :)
YamiCazi's avatar
oh very pretty, where did you get the horn?
DonSimpson's avatar
There's a store in my area called The Bone Room.
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YamiCazi's avatar
Ah I've done business with them before, thank you.
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