Dalai Lamas Ring

We have acquired a ring that was gifted to Trinley Gyatso, who was the 12th Dalai Lama of Tibet.

His short life coincided with a time of major political unrest and wars among Tibet's neighbors. Tibet particularly suffered from the weakening of the Qing Dynasty which formerly offered it some outside support against the British Empire which was aiming to influence Tibet as an expansion from its colonization of India.

He was recognized as a reincarnation of the Dalai Lama in 1858 and enthroned in 1860. During his period of training as a child, Tibet banned Europeans from entering the country because of wars Britain was fighting against Sikkim and Bhutan, both of whom were controlled to a considerable degree by the lamas in Lhasa. These wars were seen as efforts to colonize Tibet - something seen as unacceptable by the lamas. Also, with missionaries threatening to enter Tibet via the Mekong and Salween Rivers, Tibet ceased recognizing the authority of the Manchu government for the same reason.

Trinley Gyatso was fully enthroned as Dalai Lama on March 11, 1873 but could not stamp his full authority on Tibet because he died of a mysterious illness on April 25, 1875.

"During the period of the short-lived Dalai Lamas—from the Ninth to the Twelfth incarnations—the Panchen was the lama of the hour, filling the void left by the four Dalai Lamas who died in their youth.

The Dalai Lamas functioned as the principal spiritual guide to many Himalayan kingdom’s bordering Tibet, as well as western China, Mongolia and Ladakh. The literary works of the Dalai Lamas have, over the centuries, inspired more than fifty million people in these regions. Those writings, reflecting the fusion of Buddhist philosophy embodied in Tibetan Buddhism, have become one of the world's great repositories of spiritual thought.

This ring has history, as well as, a wealth of vengeance. Trinley informed us, during a séance that he did not die of a mysterious illness; rather he had been poisoned. There was talk about his plans to change the country and people were worried that he was going to make the political unrest even worse; so someone poisoned him, by tampering with his wine.

This ring has powers of enlightment; which is what the Dalai Lama holds. It bestows the person who adorns it the respect and honorability that they deserve. Since Trinley was unable to fulfill his plans, he imposed his spirit into this piece to help make change, and have a voice through the living person who wears it!

If you deserve more respect, and feel as if your ideas are put on the back burner, then you want to have this ring. It is a stately piece that looks good on a man or a woman and it will also bring about conversation. When people notice the uniqueness of this ring, you will be able to grab their attention and then sway the conversation to get your ideas and points across. This ring holds powers of leadership, guidance and success -- your voice will be heard and you will gain respect from those who have in the past ignored your presence.

This piece will bring you the praise you have been looking for and along with the spirit of the former Dalai Lama, Trinley Gyatso, you will be free to make changes for the better!

This ring is in sterling and holds all the mysterious power of the great Lama as well as his spirit.
Dalai Lamas Ring
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  • Item #: 74101
Price $177.70
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