Rosary, Protestant, Methodist, Episcopal, Anglican prayer beads, Rudraksha seeds, matte butterscotch Malay Jade, Jerusalem cross, stainless

$41.00

These Anglican prayer beads are done in stainless steel and feature Rudraksha seeds and matte butterscotch Malay Jade gemstone beads.

This rosary is hand-wired using stainless steel eye pins.
The jump ring is bright aluminum and the cross is plated alloy metal.

The smaller beads are 6mm Rudraksha seeds.
Rudraksha seeds are used to make Buddhist and Hindu malas.
More about Rudraksha seeds below.

The large beads are 10mm matte Malay Jade in butterscotch gold.
Malay Jade is dyed Quartzite.
More about the types of Jade below.

The cross is a silver-toned metal Jerusalem cross.
This cross measures 32x26mm.
25.4mm equals 1 inch.

This rosary is about 11 1/2 inches long from center top to bottom tip of the cross.

If you would rather have another cross or crucifix than I have shown here, please message me.
I'll be glad to make the changes for you.

All rosaries, chaplets, and car rosaries will come in a small organza bag for safe storage.


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The Anglican rosary, also called the Episcopal rosary, the Protestant, or the Methodist rosary. This rosary evolved in the early 1980s from an Episcopal prayer group in Texas led by Rev. Bauman.

This type of rosary has 4 sets of 7 beads, called weeks. There are 4 larger beads called Cruciform beads in the body of the rosary. They form a cross when you spread out the rosary. There is one more large bead called an invitatory bead in the stem part of the rosary.
The beads total 33, which represents the years Christ lived on Earth.

This rosary was initially made with the San Damiano cross.
I have seen them with both plain crosses and crucifixes.

There is much more about the symbolism of the layout and numbers of beads, the history of the Anglican rosary, and how to pray the Anglican rosary.

I will add more info and links to info when time permits.
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RUDRAKSHA

Rudraksha is a seed traditionally used as prayer beads in Hinduism. Rudraksha bead are covered by an outer shell of blue color on fully ripening, hence also called blueberry beads.

Rudraksha is the term is used both for the berries themselves and as a term for the type of mala made from them. There is a long tradition of wearing Rudraksha beads in India, particularly among Shaivism, due to their association with Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva himself wears Rudraksha garlands.

There are different types of rudraksha seeds, varying in the number of grooves (faces) on the surface. The most common and reportedly the safest type is the one with five faces, also called a panchmukhi rudraksha. These can be worn by everyone and it is believed that they can soothe the nerves, improve watchfulness and lower blood pressure.

Rudraksha is a natural seed, found within the vibrant blue fruit of the evergreen Elaeocarpus ganitrus, it is indigenous to the Himalayas across India and Nepal. It also flourishes in other areas of Southeast Asia, where the volcanic soil is conducive to its growth.

The Rudraksha trees and beads found in the Himalayas are said to hold the greatest power and strength, as they are fed by the holy lands and rivers of the Himalayas. They are found in the Himalayas in India and Nepal, Malaysia, Indonesia, New Guinea to Australia, Guam, and Hawaii.

Rudraksha literally means “the tears of Shiva”. It is said while contemplating Man’s suffering, Shiva unexpectedly began to cry tears of compassion. As his tears fell, he guided them towards Earth and transformed them into divine seeds…for the benefit of those seeking freedom from suffering and union with the Divine.

Divine qualities of these beads were first noted in ancient Hindu scriptures and have been carried forward through the ages. These qualities are said to settle the mind, increase mental clarity, memory and general awareness, reduce stress and depression, free negative thoughts and calm the central nervous system.

Rudraksha beads have been worn by Buddha, the Dalai Lama, Gandhi and many enlightened Indian Yogis. It is believed that anyone can benefit from wearing these sacred pieces.

Here are a few links to websites and articles about Rudraksha:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudraksha

https://omshivaloka.com/rudraksha-benefits/

https://isha.sadhguru.org/us/en/wisdom/article/the-significance-of-rudraksh

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

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Frequently Asked Questions

Custom and personalized orders

Custom orders are welcome.
If I have the materials available, I'll be glad to make whatever you'd like.
Usually, there is no charge for changes to an existing item, unless I have to special order something.

Tell me about the prayer beads, malas, and rosaries.

Well, a friend asked if I could make him some rosaries. I tried, and discovered I really enjoyed making them.

After I made a few rosaries, I started researching other types of prayer beads, rosaries, and malas.
There are several types in the shop now, and more will be added.

Please be assured that whichever type of prayer beads I am working on, I make them all with great care and reverence.
Whatever your religion or belief system, I will always be respectful.

What's the difference in all the types of Jade that I see for sale?

It can be a bit confusing! lol

Jade, real Jade, comes in two forms:
Jadeite and Nephrite.
Jadeite is the most desired form of the two.
Both come in many colors. The main difference is the crystalline structure that makes up the stone.

Malaysian, or Malay Jade, is the industry name for expertly dyed, translucent Quartz. It often passes for quality Jade.

Mashan, aka Mountain Jade or Candy Jade, is the industry name for expertly dyed, white Dolemite Marble. It is sought after for its vibrant colors.

The Jade I use is all Malay Jade. (To the best of my knowledge).

Do you do custom orders or will you make substitutions?

Yes.

Any item made with glass pearls can now be made with Czech faceted glass or Malay Jade if I have the right colors.
Any item can be made with different color beads or metal types.
There may be a slight charge for substitution.
I have eye pins and other findings, rosary parts, and some charms in silver, gold, or gunmetal tone, bronze, and copper.
I do have some stainless steel bangles, findings, and charms.
.925 findings are also available. Inquire for info.
I can change any cross, crucifix, rosary center, charm, etc. to your preference.
I can do any name, phrase, or quote in Morse Code jewelry. (I won't promote hate speech).
In addition to glass pearls, Czech glass, and Malay Jade, I have gemstones, glass, acrylic, and metal beads.

What is Morse Code jewelry?

Well, Morse Code is a character code represented by dots and dashes, originally used to send messages by telegraph, later by flashes of light or by radio. It uses dots and dashes to represent letters and numbers.
Morse code jewelry is jewelry made with words or phrases using beads. I use two colors. One for the dots (.) and another for the (-). Most of my jewelry is made on eye pins using pearls or other beads, and the eye pins are connected much like rosary chain. Each letter, for instance, A, (.-), would have its own eye pin. I like the concept because I can spell out anything...Grandchildren's names, movie quotes, or more subversive messages, and no one will know what they say! Well, I'll know. lol

More Morse Code info

I like being able to wear my Grandchildren's names without worrying about giving away too much knowledge to people that don't need to know.
Or wearing my feelings about a controversial topic or person. I can wear my jeweley to the mall or grocery store, or to a family reunion, and no one knows what it says. Bwahaha. No heart attacks, arguments, or shocking Grandma.
YES, I do custom orders. Your names or phrases, your color choices, etc. Price is based on the number of pearls, spacers, etc. that I use.
I have many items already made and ready to ship.

Do you have any info on pendulums or gemstones?

Here are a few links to get you started:

http://www.crystalinks.com/pendulum.html
http://healing.about.com/cs/tools/ht/How_pendulums.htm
http://peopleof.oureverydaylife.com/cleanse-charge-pendulum-6505.html
http://www.holisticshop.co.uk/articles/guide-pendulum-dowsing
http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/PENDULUMS-How-To-Make-Choose-Cleanse-Program-and-USE-a-Pendulum
https://www.healingcrystals.com/How_to_Clear_Clean_Crystals_Articles_9239.html

Do you have more info on gemstones or Pendulums?

http://www.judyhall.co.uk
http://loveandlighthealingschool.com/pendulum-dowsing-for-beginners-some-helpful-tips-for-successful-dowsing-by-kelly-small/
*For more information on heated, treated and man-made crystals, see this article:
https://www.healingcrystals.com/article_info.php?articles_id=11914&

When are the Sabbat dates for 2020? Full moon dates?

This is a good place to start for info on Paganism, as well as the Wheel of the Year, and dates for Sabbats in both Hemispheres. You may have to copy and paste the link.
https://www.learnreligions.com/pagan-wiccan-calendar-4110202