Looks can be deceiving. How many times has that held to be true? This is why when the divers initially notices something gleaming gold at the bottom of the ocean, they thought it was a toy coin. Perhaps something from a child's game? However, as they neared the bottom, where the gleaming was coming from they were astonished at what they found. It was a loot of just about 2,000 gold coins. They have called the ancient Mediterranean harbor of Caesareatheir home for just about 1,000 years. It is the largest hoard of treasure to have been found in Israel-- ever!
The coins have been very well preserved, better preserved in fact than they should be for being at the bottom of the ocean for nearly a millennium. They are in an assortment of denominations and most of the piece are from the Fatimid Caliphate, the Shiite Muslim empire that ruled large parts of both the Middle East and Africa right around the time of the turn of the first millennium. There have been many theories as to how the treasures got there. Some say that the money was on its way to the central bank in Egypt. Others say that it was money to be paid to a military garrison for their services. Either way, the general consensus is that the coins ended up there as a result of an ancient shipwreck. However, there's no ship. Well, they say, the coins were uncovered due to a winter storms that have been blowing through the area. Mmmhmm....
We were a skeptical of the story, at very least. How do coins end up stockpiled on the ocean floor, stay there for hundreds upon hundreds of years, and then all of sudden just show up? I don't think it works like that at all. This is why we sent an investigatory team down to the Mediterranean to do a little bit of research of their own. It didnt' take them long, either. Just as soon as they go there, they were hot on to the trail of a supernatural presence that they found lurking in the waters of the harbor of Caesarea. I say lurking like it's a bad thing. Rather, this just happens to be where the creature exists. As time drew on, our team was able to make contact with the creature. At first, they though the being would be some kind of spirit.
In actuality, the creature was more of a mermaid. I'm not really sure what to call it. It's like mermaid and siren mixed. It is one of the daughters of Poseidon, but instead of singing for men, to woo them to their deaths, this being sings for wealth. As the wealth appears to her, she buries it or hoards it in different places. She sings for the wealth of energies of the Earth, which she funnels in and then uses to gain all the wealth that she wants, hiding it deep beneath the sea. This is why there was a collection of ancient Shiite coins. I'm not sure how they managed to discover these coins either, as she is normally pretty particular about her collections of wealth.
Either way, during the investigation, our team was able to make some wealth pieces of our own. There are several of these wealth pieces and the are all original; none of them are second hand or found by the local authorities and hidden. I doubt they even know of her existence, let alone her powers. These pieces have been enchanted with the singing powers of the wealth siren. When you wear the pieces, the siren will sing for you and wealth will find its way into your life. It works literally like a wealth magnet, because when she sings, the metaphysical properties of her voice-- somehow-- lure wealth to you. It's a pretty phenomenal feat and was one of the gifts that Poseidon gave his daughter upon her creation. Now, she is going share this power with you!
We did a lot with these pieces and some hold fairies,some do communication with spirits but these three do wealth. Enjoy the beauty and all that will be given to you. You will get one shown