About artifacts

Be inspired by their power, and harness their potential for your personal growth, as well as to create a harmonious, creative and abundant life.

I can help you choose a personal stone for a specific intention or wish.

I specialize in artifacts:

Bi-discs - modern without embellishment

Bi-discs - from the Neolithic period of China with decoration

Pig Dragons

C - shaped Dragons

What is a "rare artifact"?

It is a sacred stone object with an estimated age between 1500 – 5000 years. In addition to their great historical value, they are a living cultural legacy of ancient China. Modern artifacts then carry their power and legacy into future generations. 

What are the artifacts made of?


Nephrite and Jadeite could be described as the stone of the Gods in Chinese culture. It is the only area where people have worshiped it without interruption for millennia, considering it more valuable than diamonds or precious jewelry. In China, they have a single name for both minerals, Yü, or Jade in English. Although they are different minerals, I offer them in one category as they are linked together by their historical significance and high value.

Both Nephrite and Jadeite are associated with the heart chakra, so they teach healthy self-love and also promote warm relationships with other people. They radiate a positive energy that positively influences vitality and freshness in life. They are a symbol of happiness, wisdom, and wealth both spiritual and worldly. They can calm emotions and troubled minds, help to bring harmony of mind and spirit. In indigenous Chinese medicine, Jade was also used as a healing tool, especially for cleansing the body and boosting immunity. It was considered a stone of longevity as it promoted healing processes in the body. 

Where does it come from?

The earliest finds of these objects in what is now China date back to the Early Neolithic period, around 5000 BC. How much the Chinese valued Nephrite and Jadeite is shown by an old saying: 

“Gold is precious, but jade is priceless.”

Nephrite and Jadeite objects were rare simply by virtue of their beauty and nobility. People also valued them for their hardness and therefore ability to hold their shape, an important attribute throughout the centuries. Only the very wealthy or royally titled could own them. Working these semi-precious stones was difficult for ancient craftsmen, and it is possible that a craftsman could spend 5 to 8 years of his life creating a large ritual Jade artifact.

How to choose them?

Each piece is an original. No two items are alike, there are only similar types. Nowadays, artifacts are found during excavations or are released for sale from private collections. I can broker real treasures for you. Disks and dragons are selected by clients on a personal order basis. 

For modern discs without decoration, so-called “pure radiators”, machine production is an asset. The purity of the shape is preserved and the disc is affordable.

I always ask for your intention as to why you want to own the artifact. To begin with, it is useful to answer the questions: Do I like it? Do I want to cleanse and harmonize my inner and outer space? Do I want to support my self-development? Do I want to work with it more deeply?

In the gallery below you will find just a sample of a few artifacts. Not all pieces for sale are displayed here. If you are interested in an artifact, please contact me to arrange a personal appointment.

About Bi-discs

The general view of these discs is that they served as attributes of power, or as funerary equipment for nobles and emperors. They have been found in the graves of shamans in Siberia and Pakistan. The discs served as guides to bridge to other worlds. Other records speak of cicada-shaped carvings that were posthumously inserted into the body orifices of mummies to prevent the life energy from escaping through them posthumously. 

Headstocks were carved to harmonize organs, instruments of daily use, and vessels to preserve medicine to multiply its effect. They were seen as ritual and sacred objects. Different sizes and shapes of discs were also part of clothing, headgear, furnishings for houses and palaces. 

However, Bi-discs were also intended for more significant uses. Emperors were advised to speak to subjects through a disc placed in front of their mouths. In this way they held the life-giving qi energy in the body of the descendant and representative of the Gods. They believed that the word was not just a collection of vibrations and sounds, but a combination of vowels, vowel frequencies and sounds, carried by the breath and energy, which they thus brought back into the cycle of life. 

The very shape of the Bi-discs is an energy emitter known to almost all ancient cultures. The dynamics of the circular shape with a hole in the middle allows the energy to flow in an axis perpendicular to the disc – the energy emitted is in the shape of a cone of light from a reflector. To increase efficiency, the disk is placed in a stand perpendicular to the floor. Its effect is of course enhanced by the colour and quality of the Nephrite or Jadeite, or by the use of another stone.

The symbol disc works more with living beings, specifically affecting them in the emotional and psycho-energetic realm. The disk without decoration mainly illuminates the area it is directed at.

Decorated Bi-discs with projections have too many different designs, sizes and effects to universally classify them all into subgroups. The disc divides the generated energy into small streams, twisting them into a rotation or braid, allowing its glow to penetrate even deeper.

About the dragons

Our turbulent times call for powerful helpers for spiritual work and protection. I am honored to be a facilitator and connect you with their divine essence. They come to give people inner strength, self-love and the ability to push through.

The dragon being, whose symbolism is almost the same in most cultures, is found in all folk traditions, fairy tales and mythology. In China, the right to depict the dragon belonged exclusively to the emperor, who used it as a symbol of strength and unlimited power. 

Think of the dragons in fairy tales – they are carriers of great courage and strength. Fairy tales are not just for children, in fact they are initiation stories in which we can read about symbols and archetypes. Fighting the dragon most often represents a conflict between the self, the ego and the forces of the unconscious. If the dragon is mastered by a human, it becomes his servant, serving for travel and protection, as it has wings and great strength. The dragon is depicted with a serpent’s tail, a symbol of the lower forces, and with wings, a symbol of the heavenly forces. Those who can look into the eyes of the dragon can look into their subconscious. The dragon’s essence helps man to free himself, to manifest his true self.

Dragons are demanding. They like to test their adepts with goals a little higher than they would dare to achieve on their own. But at the same time they create the conditions for him to achieve these milestones. But they leave it to the free will of the adept to take the opportunity or leave it alone. People who connect with this essence and learn to handle it receive a valuable gift in life – the key to their personal power and healthy self-promotion.

As symbols of eternity and messengers of the heavens, Nephrite and Jadeite dragons have been revered in China since time immemorial. The first finds date from 5000-4500 BC. Dragons looked different then, they had a different form than we know today from the lands of Asia or from European legends. 

The ancient creators probably based their designs on the shape of the Bi-discs, a lens-shaped cross-section with a hole in the middle. It was taken as a primal symbol of the universe, where the inner vision of the shaman could perceive its mystical power.  A power that has circulated in legends throughout human history in many forms. A power that is the nourishment of the soul and the essential essence of Being-in-Matter, which could only be attributed to majestic creatures whose existence is written deep in the collective unconscious of humanity. Somewhere deep in our souls we remember them because we lived together with them many millennia ago. 


Types of dragons

Pig Dragon – a small Bi-disc, approximately 5cm in size, is a popular guide for inner work. Its naming is so well established that it has its own egregore and recommended procedure for working with it. The name of these dragons is given in professional circles as the Pig Dragon. The energy of the disc forms a bridge to the higher worlds, and with its help one can connect with the divine essence, and communicate with beings of the lower and upper worlds. 

The incision of the disc is both the snout and the tip of the tail. There are variants where the head is separated from the tail, though the head is still in contact with the tip of the body. 

The Pig dragon holds a form of “radiant” that is dedicated to this mystical creature. 

“When the dragon wishes to be small, it turns into a silkworm. But when it wants to be big, it can fill the whole universe.” (Guan Zhong 723-645 BC)

The C-shaped Dragon – Over time, the C-shaped Dragon was enriched with dorsal spurs or fins, and the shape of the head moving away from the end of the tail changed over time. Symbolic ornamentation was added to the dragon’s body, which became more elongated and slender. Thus, it left the circle-disc shape and took on its own form, resembling the letter C. 

Even in this variant, there are many shapes of the head, spurs, and eventually body forms – undulating into the shape of a gourd, a sagging C enclosed in a thin O, and so on. The embodied variants of dragons continued to increase as they came to different areas of the country, as well as under the influence of changing cultures and forms of religion. 

“Chinese dragons can achieve flight through their mystical power.”

This was followed by a full “unpacking” of the dragon into a dynamic position, according to the criteria of its element and the environment to which it was assigned and in which it naturally occurred, until it reached its present form.

Working with the dragon

Working with the dragon requires, above all, humility and patience. If the owner is skilled in working with energy, he can provide it to the dragon in various forms and shapes. After feeling each other, the dragon will only show what sacrifice is close to him, which he will want to have as close as possible to manifest his qualities and abilities. It is advisable to pay attention to him almost every day, the attention of a being in symbiosis is very important to him.

First of all, the artifact should be washed well under running water or with a mild soap without perfume. Be sure not to use chemicals, as this could disturb the surface structure of the stone and cause it to degrade quickly or change colour.

If you are inexperienced with the dragon, it is advisable to only sleep with the disc at first. When you put it to sleep, place it in a place on your body or bed where it wishes to go. Be careful, however, that it does not break. Observe the change in sensations in different parts of the body or in the amount of sleep. You may notice changes in your dreaming after a very short time. 

Both Nephrite and Jadeite like human contact and vice versa. Take it often in your hands, examine it, care for it. By doing so, you will not only tune in more quickly to the energetic emitter that the artifact undoubtedly is, but you will also shift all subliminal perceptions into full consciousness by doing so, and soon you will be able to purposefully order the place and time of action yourself. As you learn to perceive it, it is possible that it will soon guide you to further work itself. 

In guided meditation with the artifact, hold it from below in your joined palms or simply place it on top of you. You can try visualizing it in your mind and moving it within your body, or wear it directly on your clothing or body. Your work with the artifact will very soon manifest itself in your life.



It is necessary to show respect for the artifact. To take full advantage of the it’s properties, even if you are not currently working with it, it should be placed in a stand at an angle of about 70-90° to the ground. Consider at what height you want to leave it to work – on a dresser, on a cabinet, or on a nightstand.

Keep it in a place where you can greet it with at least a daily glance and try not to change its location. It should then be exposed to the sun as little as possible. Cleansing, if you feel it is necessary, is appropriate under cold running water.

You charge the artifact by your contact, especially by showing respect for it. Keep in mind that this sacred stone has such a deep history of being continually revered, that it too decides if it will be with you, or if it inadvertently falls, cracks, or otherwise becomes damaged and walks away from you. When working intensely with these objects, it is not uncommon for them to change color, change temperature, or in stressful situations, they can crack due to the tension of disharmonic energies.

You have in your hands the physical possibility of experiencing Full Being.

How much does it cost?

These are collector’s pieces, the price is individual according to the estimated age of the artifact and the depth of its effects.

Different shapes and sizes of Jade Dragons can be provided upon request, or even the colors of these mythical creatures from the hands of the masters of ancient China. Some shapes and colours are more common, others are de facto non-existent for the Western market. Patience in finding your dragon takes on an extra dimension, as well if you are looking for more pieces for your collections.