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Shaligram [SHG] - Religious Asset Distribution

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Shaligram is a Tokenized Crypto Asset launched on the STEEM Blockchain using Steem-Engine. These Tokens will be distributed in Airdrops, Bounties and Charitably, and will eventually be used as a means of exchange for Religious Materials. By holding Shaligram you are in possession of a part of the Punic Wax Project.  Here is the market https://steem-engine.com/?p=market&t=SHG   Our goal is to raise Capital within the STEEM community to uplift the Hindu community and other Religious communities, internationally. As well as fund Outreach, Events, and Charitable Projects. 1. Our first goal will be to build within the Steemit community, so as to create a base of Capital within a number of Steemit Communities and Facebook groups. 2. We will then begin to launch parallel Tokens, Bitshares Assets, Ethereum EIP 1167 Tokens, an Ethereum Clone or Fork and a Graphene Blockchain running PunicWax.com 3. We will then work to create our own exchange, and various other Blockchain related Tools alon

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The Punic Grimoire: Visions, Dream Work, Tibetan Dream Yoga Intro, Divination and Healing

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  "Buriat shaman's mirror from Batshireet, Mongolia, 2007. The Tibetan letters read Om, ah, hum, hri, with the central letter tran, a tantric formula used by Buddhists, for example to transform the ten impure elements into ambrosia. (Photo 2007: Rebecca Empson.)...  shamans' mirrors, and mirrors in general, have two quite different sides, one reflecting images and the other a dull blank or imagined as a teeming other world. It is argued that, for shamanists, the far side of themirror is conceived as the world of the dead, which is populated by spirits. Living people can, in certain circumstances such as divination, see `through' the mirror into that world, and shamans when interacting with spirits in trance place themselves inside it. Two different perspectives, of the living and of the souls/spirits, are thus produced. " -https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Buriat-shamans-mirror-from-Batshireet-Mongolia-2007-The-Tibetan-letters-read-Om-ah_fig4_233572556 The idea

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