amulet of protection Tibetan Amitabha in 925 sterling silver, gold plated 18 k.
Turning the wheel of dharma in the back of the pendant.
The bail is Garuda, fabulous bird man of Hindu Mythology and Buddhist, son of Kashyapa and Vinata and brother of Aruna, the God Surya charioteer. This is the vahana or mount, the God Vishnu. It is also considered the King of birds.
In Tibet, Khyung (ཁྱུང) is the Tibetan name of the Garuda. From the India, it was likened to the khading religion good, the Eagle in Golden horns. The black garuda is a deity of the nyingmapa School of Tibetan Buddhism is to remove infections caused by the naga and spirits of the Earth. It is featured on the Lungta. It is shown in the iconography of Shambhala by Chogyam Trungpa for whom it is associated with speed and power. Like the Phoenix arises from the ashes of destruction, it is indestructible.
The Buddha Amitabha is the patron of people born under the sign of the dog and pig.
Amitābha Amitāyus or Amida1 is a Buddha of mahayana and vajrayana Buddhism. He rules 'Pure bliss Western Earth' (sk.: Sukhāvatī c.: Xīfāng jile John ja.: saihō goraku sekai 西方極樂世界), world of evil, wonderful, pure, perfect suffering. This pure land, place of refuge outside the transmigrations cycle - or the equivalent of nirvāna according to some designs - is the center of the beliefs and practices of the pure land school. This Buddha, also known as Buddha of Buddhas, is very popular at the mahāyānistes, particularly in China, in Korea, the Japan, Tibet and Vietnam.
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