When you study the history of our civilization you understand many of the established slavery of today. That’s why I began to be interested in numismatics, an archaeological science affordable for those low-budget Indiana Jones. There are also very expensive pieces, but for less than a hundred euros you can have some authentic bronze old coins found under the sand of the desert of the Holy Land, in Israel.
Having those old pieces in your hands and start cleaning them very carefully, discovering with a soft brass brush the forms printed under the remains of sand of desert and rust scabs, makes you connect with hidden parts of your unconscious.
Energies and frequencies near two hundred years old comes to you, activating sleeping memories that helps you to remember your origin, who you are, your connection with Eternity.
It is fantastic to see goddess Athena’s face appearing under the old crust, uncover the profile of Artemis protective deer or discover the beauty bearing of SPES, the Roman goddess of Hope, holding her dress delicately, like this big piece of bronze.
Coins that come to us are usually bronze, although Joseph, our canadian ancient art source and friend, has confirmed to us that some of his customers, from time to time, has encountered silver and even gold pieces.
I am particularly interested, for artistic aesthetics and for what it removes inside me, in the pieces of Ancient Greece, but our canadian source also has material from the Roman Empire, Ancient Judea and coins mentioned in the Bible, pieces from medieval Europe, Rome Byzantine and more.
A little bit of History?
Coins were made of pieces of gold, silver, or bronze, known as blanks, which were cast or cut to specific weights. To make a coin, a blank was sandwiched between a pair of dies with engraved designs. This was then struck, or hit with a hammer, the force of which impressed the designs into the coin on both sides. Because the technique was used to produce legal currency, the methods employed by mints were highly protected.
The word numismatic comes from the latinization of the Greek word νόμισμα (nómisma), which means moneta, an epithet given to the goddess Juno, that means “the one that warns” because according to tradition Juno had warned the Romans about various disasters. Eventually Juno became the protective goddess of Rome, where an important mint was created and whose coins were called “ad monetam”
Having in your hands some archaeological pieces that are around 2000 years old or more, that have been buried under the sand of the desert of Israel, in the Holy Land, testimony of ancient cultures is a good way to connect with Numismatics, Archaeology and be passionated for Treasure Hunting.
Period: 400 B.C. – 250 A.D.
Condition: uncleaned and as shown in the photos
Found in Israel – 100% Authentic coins
Sizes and quality vary from one currency to another, some may need few cleaning touches and others may have more difficulty being revealed. In the magazine we will be adding information on cleaning techniques and others.
Ask for copy of Israel Antiquities Authority document of coins certification if you need it. We guarantee that these coins are really authentic. Our goal is to boost passion for archaeology, history and self-awareness, not hypnotize people to extract some contemporary cash from them. 🙂
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A true example…
The last time I felt that I wanted to connect with my Ancient Memories I buyed to Joseph about 30 randomly chosen uncleaned coins of the Holy Land and… Wow! I found 11 Bucraniums. Only one of them, the one with the best profile, is sold in internet for about 100 $ or more.
When you make the order, the uncleaned old coins takes a few weeks to arrive from the other side of the world but this adds emotion to this humble archaeological investigation. I do not feel the corrosive sensation of buying some scratch lottery tickets to see if I’m lucky, but rather the emotion of connecting with objects that have been part of real lives of other beings in ancient times and that have printed a lot of vital experience.
I love to feel the reconnection with the energy of the Goddess when I find some symbol associated with Her printed on one of the faces of the old coin: Artemis, Juno, Athena, Hera, Minerva, Hestia, Europa…