Atlantis ring size S

by Plato
Atlantis ring size S 3d printed Jewelry Rings gold plated brass
gold plated brass
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    Pure brass plated in 22k gold and hand-polished to a fine sheen.

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The inside diameter of size S is 18 mm (0.709 inch), outline 56,5 mm (2.226 inch). (US ringsize 7.75)
The inside diameter of size M is 20 mm (0.787 inch), outline 62,8 mm (2.474 inch). (US ringsize 10.25)
The inside diameter of size L is 22 mm (0.866 inch), outline 69,1 mm (2.721 inch). (US ringsize 12.75)
The inside diameter of size XL is 23 mm (0.906 inch), outline 72,2 mm (2.845 inch). (US ringsize 14)

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About 1860 Marquis d'Agrain, a French Egyptologist,
found a ring in the Valley Of The Kings.
The ring had been made of stoneware clay from Assuan,
probably by the Atlantians, the Egyptians' predecessors.
It spotting curved geometrical figures set up and balanced according to certain order.
After some arduous, diverse and sometimes accidental experience carried out by its owners
(either the owners of the original or the replicas),
it was found out that these geometrical figures suitably arranged,
had a mysterious power. Source of this power are certain waves emitted by some privileged forms
protecting against any outside aggression, so called "the waves of shape".

The last known owner of the original ring is Andre de Belizal,
(who is married to a grand-daughter of marquis d'Agrain) and is a pioneer of Radiesthesia.
He analyzed waves emitted by the ring. He discovered, that not the ring,
but the pattern engraved on the ring, is propagating protective field for the bearer
as well as for its surroundings (house, business, etc).
It protects its owner from visible and invisible external negative forces.
He discovered that, when the pattern engraved on the ring,
is redrawn on the sheet of paper and hang on the wall of the house
electromagnetic and geopathic harmful radiation is highly reduced.

Not much attention was given to his findings, except by British archeologist Howard Carter (1874-1939).
Around 1900 Howard Carter heard about this ring
and a copy was made for him (which he never took off for the rest of his life).
He gets a vision that he will discover the wonder that the world has never seen.
After discovering the greatest find- the tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amoun,
only Howard Carter survived and lived till natural death (out of 18 people).
It can be assumed that only wearing the replica of the ring by Howard Carter,
one of the penetrates of the Tutankhamen's tomb, helped him to avoid "The Curse" and live long.


IN: 0.889 w x 0.197 d x 0.885 h
CM: 2.258 w x 0.5 d x 2.248 h


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No, the materials used are listed underneath the pictures.
January 15, 2014, 9:17 pm
Does the raw metal with a slightly rough antique finish appears in the picture ?
January 14, 2014, 3:32 am
@Atlantis77 I regret it, but US size 7 3/4 (18 mm) (size S) is the smallest size available for the moment.
November 28, 2013, 7:20 pm
I am really interested in the rings but the size is a bit too big. I need the following: 1. US ring size 7 (17.32mm) ID 2. US ring size 7 3/4 (18mm) ID Please let me know and I can place orser ASAP.
November 27, 2013, 12:56 pm
@Atlantis77 I send you a reply yesterday. The message should be in your inbox. This is what I send you. Hi Atlantis77 "I would refer you to the next page, see the chapter "production time". [[url][/url]] I think you can find all required information here. Best regards,"
November 24, 2013, 8:03 pm
I would like to order a small and medium. I had e-mailed you, could you please reply?
November 24, 2013, 5:42 pm
@chessthediscordian The original ring is made of dark sandstone. Most copies are made of silver or gold. It does not matter what material is used, it is the shape that is important. You can find a lot of info about this on the internet. best regards Plato
November 13, 2013, 8:32 pm
Does the material used to construct the ring effect its potency? I'd like to get this ring in the best material for its properties.
November 11, 2013, 5:14 pm


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