The piece you are getting is a vintage 14k gold-filled ring with a gorgeous red stone!!
This piece was created following ancient instructions that were written on the wall of a cave in Crete. The Cave was called the Cave of Life by the ancients and it is a hotspot of embedded cosmic powers that run through the leylines of the Earth. In fact, the entire island of Crete is, but the cave that was found is the most energetic one in existence and the presence of the Minoan used of this cave for magical purposes was quite evident to the trained eye. There were all sorts of strange lettering written on the cave, but this is the magic that we ended up with.
The instructions that were taken from the cave summon forth an entity that is called the Giver. The Giver is kind of like a djinn, but we have no idea where the Giver comes from. We know it is some kind of Cosmic being, but we just aren't sure where it comes from exactly or what kind of being it is. What we know is that it is a foreign lifeform that was first summoned and used by the Minoans of ancient Crete. We also know the Giver can grant you any wish that you ask for. Hence, the reason why we call it the Giver.
I just want to be very clear. This is a person kind of magic and what you can ask for is on a personal level. We always have people that ask us if they can destroy the universe since the magic is that powerful and technically, I mean, anybody could ask for the universe to be destroyed. I highly doubt the Elders would allow that to happen. All I'm saying is to use a little bit of common sense when using this one. The entity called the Giver is extremely powerful, but he's not going to kill your ex-husband simply because you don't like him. Things he will do include-- spiritual and some physical healing, granting of wealth, granting of magic, casting a spell, creation of cosmic magical abilities, acquisition of energies, changing of your OWN reality, the finding of true love, the imparting of knowledge, etc.
The giver does not have a name and you will simply refer to him as "the Giver."