Home

About Us

How to Order

Disclaimer

FAQs

Contact US

Link Partners

Articles

Downloads


List of Mustika Pearls/Bezoar Stones
Empowerment of Pearls
Agent Information
Letter of Appointment & Authenticity

Bonus Magickal Talisman worth US$100 for Every Order!

For Islamic Al-Hikmah/Javanese Shamanic Magickal Items, Talismans, & Supplies please visit Indotalisman.com

Testimonials

Representative/Branches

Silver Lockets for Mustika Pearls

Textures of Bezoar Stones & Mustika Pearls

Events & Activities

FAQs

What are Bezoar Stones and Mustika Pearls?
Why do you call these stones "pearls" when they are not by scientific definition?
Why is it that I have never heard of these pearls before?
What benefits do these pearls confer and in what way are they applied?
Do the pearls confer psychic and magickal powers?
There seem to be a wide variety of pearls from single species--is this at all possible?
Geographically speaking, where do these pearls come from mostly?
Are animals hunted or killed for the pearls--or how else are they acquired?

Why are some pearls considered rare/scarce and then after a certain period they are more abundant?
How do we know that the magickal, mustika pearls that you sell are genuine?
But are there fake pearls and are they abundant?
However, you seem to have a good amount of these pearls--are they not easily available in Indonesia?
Are the services and information that you offer original?
Do you issue certificates for these pearls?
Why are these pearls costly?
What happens to pearls that you consider defective?
Do all mustika pearls have elementals or fairy spirits embodied in them?
Do you have a catalog?
Where are you based and do you have branches?

How long have you been in this mustika-pearl business?
Is it possible for someone to see your collection personally?
May we be your reseller of these pearls?
What sort of payment methods do you accept?
What do I get for my order?

Do we get any discounts for the magickal pearls if purchased in large quantities?
How long will I receive my package?
Do you accept returns?

What are Bezoar Stones and Mustika Pearls?

Bezoar stones as normally understood, are calculus concretions that may be found in the digestive systems of man and animals. They are objects that often appear as ordinary stones though some may have unusual characteristics. We appropriate the term "Mustika pearls" to refer to stones that are found in animals, plants, and in Nature--stones that are formed out of unusual events or anomalies--even through paranormal events such as materializations; in our usage of the word, pearls known as "bezoar stones" are also covered. We often use these two terms interchangeably disregarding the common definition of the word "bezoar."  Technically, bezoars are regarded as productions of a pathological condition in the body of a creature (mostly mammals) but with therapeutic applications, whereas mustikas are formed as a result of a superabundance of vital force. Mustika pearls may be crystalline and have gem-like qualities and composed of Lechatelierite, or naturally-fused silica (glass); or they may be composed of other substances/minerals; or vegetable ivory in the case of plants. Mustikas can undergo the process of fossilization--the nature of some can leave experts in labs scratching their heads and subsequently declare these pearls to be "beyond testing." Mustika pearls are scarce, some types are rare; what makes them valuable and highly regarded by oriental cultures are their metaphysical/magickal power--attributes and virtues which are beneficial to the one acting as their keeper. Contemporary western culture oriented wholly to physical reality are unaware of the spiritual dimension and dynamism of these pearls--this is not surprising as the mystical aspect of life as a whole in the occident had been neglected ever since the burning of the library of Alexandria in ancient times.

Back to Top

Why do you call these stones "pearls" when they are not by scientific definition?

Yes, we do call them "pearls" eventhough by scientific definition they are not produced in the same manner as oysters or other mollusks, nor do they possess nacre in their composition. The Vedic tradition (as represented in the Garuda Purana and other ancient Hindu literature) refer to these stones simply as "other pearls." Stones formed in the organs of the digestive system of animals are referred to as "bezoar stones." We apply the term "mustika pearls," "mustika," "magickal pearls" and "bezoar stones" universally to stones formed in all areas of the body of an animal, plant or those that are formed as a result of unusual events in Nature, as these no matter what their origin, do have healing properties beneficial to the mind, body and soul--our application of the term "bezoar" conforms to the essential meaning of the word. Etymologically, the word "bezoar" comes from the Persian, "pá zahar," meaning "antidote against Poison" (pa-cure, zahar-poison). We may often use the word "pearl" as a short version of what we are actually referring to--for convenience sake. The word "mustika" or "mestika" is derived from Bahasa Indonesia, or the Indonesian language. By definition it means a magic jewel--the term is normally not applied to ordinary gem-stones, whether precious or otherwise; it is used in reference to the stones that have their origin in organic forms of life and also to the stones formed out of unusual natural events. These are regarded as magickal as they are believed to store lots of pranic/cosmic energies and carry the essence/signature of their source and likewise they are believed to host etheric sentient beings of the type called "Nature Spirits." The value of mustikas is more related to the metaphysical side of Nature rather than to the physical, hence scientific scrutiny or analysis using current technology would yield little results regarding the existence of the powers and virtues of the pearls and consequently little value would be attached to them. However, having said that various gem associations all over the world known for their scientific approach still maintain the attribution of gem stones to zodiacal signs and their inherent psychic virtues--seems that faith still plays a role in this. Man values what he finds beneficial to him--weeds of insignificant value one day may accrue more value when discovered to possess healing properties. The same principle may be applied to mustika pearls in the west in the coming years when more is known about them--however, in eastern cultures the intrinsic value of these pearls have always been known and the pearls highly sought for.

Back to Top

Why is it that I have never heard of these pearls before?

This is not surprising as literature on the subject is scarce. And to our knowledge, there are basically very few researchers proficient in the field of these types of stones; there are no college degrees offered by institutional or educational bodies related to bezoar stones/mustika pearls. These stones/pearls are considered of not much value in contemporary western cultures though they are acknowledged to be rare/scarce. As modern technology is still unable to detect/measure certain metaphysical aspects of power-objects, it would still take some time before scientists and researchers undertake the work of the investigation and the distribution of findings and knowledge regarding these mustika-pearls and there inherent properties. At present only some studies have been done on bezoar stones related to stomach disorders. An open, inquiring mind is essential in penetrating the mysteries of these mustika pearls. Preconceptions should be shelved aside as they can check further growth of this field of study which is still actually in its infant stage. A collaboration of professionals of certain fields of scientific studies working in conjunction with shamanic pearl-hunters would certainly uncover more knowledge of the nature and inherent properties of these fascinating objects. These type of pearls are known widely, however, in oriental countries especially among the natives of rural regions; and in India various types of these pearls are mentioned in ancient literature. Those involved in gemology and minerology working and operating in these eastern countries would come across the existence of these pearls sooner or later, especially if the occult is maintained as a side interest. The old naturalists and explorers from the Occident have written a good deal on bezoar stones and mustikas; we have compiled references extracted from their literary works; please check this article for more info: References on Animal/Plant Stones in Old Literature.

Back to Top

What benefits do these pearls confer and in what way are they applied?

Basically, every mustika pearl carry positive energies that have beneficial effects upon their keeper/user. They help create in their user a strong, positive aura and force-field, also healing the subconscious/conscious minds of negative programming and inharmonious mental states--this cannot help but improve all aspects of the user's life. The stones help to ward-off and neutralize negative energies in their immediate environment. Maleficent entities feel discomfort in the proximity of mustika pearls, hence they are appropriate for psychic protection. The many virtues of mustika pearls can be attuned to and absorbed through certain methods--an instruction paper is provided with the purchase of every pearl revealing an occult methodology for such work. The pearls, especially the larger sized-types, are appropriate for installment in the home, temple, office, etc. to improve the feng shui conditions of the site and to influence the environment in a positive manner. Smaller pearls may be carried in one's pocket or even set into jewelry. These mustika pearls may be appropriated in meditations and rituals, especially in the type of shamanic work that relates to totem-animals. Though all pearls have similar virtues, each type may differ in degree in their level of power as to certain virtues; thus, for instance, snake pearls are much more potent for warding-off negative energies than some others types; coconut and bamboo pearls are highly regarded for attracting luck, improving business and finances; tiger and cloud pearls for charisma, prestige, etc. Generally, these pearls often demonstrate their magickal value to their keepers in various ways--through dreams, intuition, a sudden insight, unusual events, psychic occurrences, etc. Close rapport and attunement with a mustika pearl and its indwelling fairy-intelligence often reveal to the user and keeper the many ways that their powers may be tapped and applied. Some of these pearls may be discovered to confer physical invulnerability to weapons or other unusual qualities.

Back to Top

Do the pearls confer psychic and magickal powers?

They do in a sense--one has to understand this subject correctly, however. To believe that just by wearing or carrying these pearls one would instantly acquire superhuman powers is stretching the issue beyond reason. Any dealer/merchant that stresses this is misrepresenting the mustika stones and is indulging in hype/sales talk and is a form of deception.  To believe that you will possess many psychic and magickal powers as a result of possessing pearls is a form of delusion. These mustika pearls do affect one's body/psyche in various ways--they empower and strengthen the aura and raise one's basic frequency, etc.--these in itself can have many beneficial effects. The pearls can stimulate psychic abilities, however, if one does not have the proper psychological temperament, an inclination and yearning towards the non-metaphysical, no amount of stimulation of whatever method would develop these psychic powers. The pearls should not be regarded as something that positively confers psychic powers as their role is simply supportive in nature. They may be incorporated into one's psychic development program for greater results in one's work--still, personal effort in following and observing spiritual disciplines/training is required without which the sought for psychic abilities would not be attainable.

Back to Top

There seem to be a wide variety of pearls from single species--is this at all possible?

Pearls from a specific species may have standard appearances and texture, others may not be true to type. Differences do not always indicate that such pearls are not genuine or are from different species--it may just be that they were not previously known, discovered and recorded by shamans, naturalists or even by the authors of ancient Hindu literature. Scientific analyses may discover some common features of pearls from an animal species, but verdicts may be inconclusive. Basically, as these pearls come from "pawangs" or shamans, we have their word to go by--and those of our associations hold a high code of ethics in this matter. One problem that we face is that of terminology and translation. Not all of the indigenous pawangs/shamans are educated and often refer to animals not by their proper name that can be found in a dictionary but by a regional name, or even more confined to a tribal designation; sometimes only characteristics and description are given of the source of the pearls whether this be a creature, a plant, etc. All this requires interpretation on our part--errors are possible but we minimize this by cross-checking with several other sources.

Back to Top

Geographically speaking, where do these pearls come from mostly?

In regards to our collection, these mustika pearls have their origin mostly from the Indonesian archipelago with quite a few from other countries. The existence of these pearls are not confined to Indonesia as they are also found in Africa, India, South America, Philippines, Malaysia, etc. We believe that they may be found abundantly wherever Nature is left untouched by Man. It may appear that Indonesia has lots of creatures producing these mustika pearls as compared to other countries, however, we hardly consider this to be true; the probable difference is that the local shamans of Indonesia, the "pawangs" that specializes in mustika-pearls are more knowledgeable in the art of their acquisition than the shamans of foreign regions. Even in Indonesia not all shamans or pawangs possess this peculiar knowledge, ability and skill.

Back to Top

Are animals hunted or killed for the pearls--or how else are they acquired?

Animals are hardly ever killed for their pearls--not by the shamans of our network anyway. Animals are often killed for food or for self-defence by tribal natives in the rural regions or jungles, sometimes mustika pearls/bezoar stones are incidentally discovered in them. Creatures are not hunted by layman for their mustika pearls, as they know it would be a waste of time searching for creatures possessing pearls; another consideration is that they would be putting their own lives at risk thus making the whole endeavour unfeasible and unprofitable. Shamans do not need to hunt and kill creatures as they have their own modus operandi for mustika-pearl acquisition. Nevertheless, even professional mustika-pearl hunters, the pawangs/shamans, endure great stress in acquiring these pearls--some of them have died in the process or disappeared mysteriously during on-going magickal rituals--this is one of the reasons why genuine mustika pearls are not sold cheaply, because of the risks. More information on this subject may be read in our article: How Magickal Pearls Are Acquired

Back to Top

Why are some pearls considered rare/scarce and then after a certain period they are more abundant?

Certain pearls are considered rare/scarce because only a few ever turn up in the hands of mustika collectors. Sometimes a collector would come across a specific type of pearl once in 5 years, occasionally only once in a life-time. The availability of pearls follow closely the law of supply and demand--the more these mustika pearls and bezoar stones are demanded by an open market, the more will they be found in abundance as shamans would be motivated to seek them out. This would invariably influence their cost. Nevertheless, some types of pearls will always be rare/scarce as no amount of searching or hunting would uncover others like them. Prices may, accordingly, fluctuate depending on availability. There is no real standard market price for mustika pearls--it all boils down to a transactional agreement/negotiation between buyers and sellers. Nevertheless, in presenting prices, sellers will always consider the acquisition costs, overheads, shipping, profit, psychic work, etc.--this is but natural. Genuine mustika pearls are never sold cheaply, however, shamans/pawangs go through alot of hardships in order to acquire them and they expect to be recompensed accordingly.

Back to Top

How do we know that the magickal, mustika pearls that you sell are genuine?

It is difficult for us to convince anyone that the mustika pearls are genuine--taking them to your local psychics and shamans (who are proficient in psychometry/clairvoyance) for verification may be one way of checking. However, beware of the pretenders to occult or psychic powers as they would lead you astray by giving false information. Even psychics/occult experts can fool themselves claiming a genuine pearl to be false. Of course, it can also work the other way such as fake pearls being claimed as genuine. We would also have to know with what psychics base their information on that a pearl is genuine. If it is solely on the basis of the presence of a psychic-intelligence in a pearl, this is no true indicator. Fake pearls can be made to have power and a fairy presence, conversely, a pearl void of fairy-intelligence may not indicate that a pearl is fake but that it is currently fairyless. Unless a psychic can psychometrize and look back into the history and development of a pearl, conclusions can be faulty. We know that there are items being misrepresented as mustika pearls on other sites which are actually not mustika pearls inspite of claims--we do possess insider's info in this regard. Your best protection is to acquire mustika-pearls from reliable sources. Mustika pearls may be composed of any mineral (or a composite), or be of a glass-like nature (possessing silica) resembling obsidian; some may also have water/gas bubble inclusions--as a result some are mistakenly regarded as fakes. Not much scientific research, as far as we know, has been done on mustika pearls--additionally, the current knowledge of gemology/minerology may not offer the last word regarding them. The mustika pearls in our collection are not acquired through a chain of collectors, middleman and laypersons--we are in personal contact with several people who have for years been involved with mustikas and currently deal personally with the pawangs/shamans who acquire the pearls directly from Nature--these people, our associates, are themselves pawangs and do acquisition work personally. We make no false claims regarding this close relationship that we have with these pearl-hunters. Please refer to this chart as to our line of acquisition of the mustika pearls.

Back to Top

But are there fake pearls and are they abundant?

They are numerous enough to cause consternation, especially of certain types of pearls which we need not mention here. These fakes are found abundantly in the traditional market places in Indonesia--among the peddlers and stores selling stones and items of shamanic interest. Only a few peddlers are honest in stating that they are replicas. Some of these fakes may find their way to mustika sellers, collectors or occult practitioners who are unable to differentiate them from the real thing. Fakes are made and sold because of the demand for these mustika-pearls and because the genuine articles are scarce and costly. These fakes are often sold by tricksters as real mustika pearls/bezoar stones--especially to tourists and foreigners. Overly-eager dealers/resellers of mustika pearls are often an easy target for these tricksters. Some tricksters may offer dealers genuine pearls initially or fake items that have been empowered with psychic energy in order to gain the confidence of these dealers but thereafter only fakes are given to them without their awareness. Many would exploit true information regarding mustika pearls for their own deceptive marketing--doubtless, even the writings of our own articles and the information provided by us and other scholars/researchers would be exploited. Your best protection against purchasing anything of dubious origin is to first determine the integrity of the sellers--are they what they claim to be? If they claim to be experts in a certain field, submit some pertinent questions and see if you acquire quick responses with reasonable answers. The director of this site has personally written many articles that can be found on this site and at a sister site in regards to metaphysics and the occult. We do not employ ghost-writers for this purpose. Another point that may be considered is if sellers have websites how are they being promoted or presented in directories, search engines and web pages?--are spam methods being used? Do they use key words repeatedly so that their sites may get a high ranking? Do they use hidden words in their web pages? Do they use hype? The employment of such tactics should be clues to potential buyers as to the nature of such sites.

Back to Top

However, you seem to have a good amount of these pearls--are they not easily available in Indonesia?

These mustika-pearls are actually not easy to acquire. You may find some of the inferior grades in certain market places but normally the layperson would hardly have easy access to them. Even most local psychics and occult practitioners have trouble seeking out genuine sources or acquiring genuine mustika pearls--it would be even more difficult for laypersons or foreigners to do so--what are normally offered to the public are replicas/fakes and people can be duped into thinking that they are purchasing genuine pearls because of the close resemblances of the fakes to the genuine articles. We have personal and direct contact with the head shamans/pawangs who hunt for these pearls and they have a network of over 40 shaman/pawang associates working under and with them, and who are all active mustika-pearl hunters. The members of this informal association maintain a high spiritual philosophy, etiquette and morality. All of the mustika-pearls and bezoar stones that we offer are the result of their strenuous work.

Back to Top

Are the services and information that you offer original?

We were the first to offer magickal mustika pearls online back in 2001 with our first website, Indotalisman, together with empowerments and papers developed over the years--papers of our own research. If there are similarities of our services/information presented and offered elsewhere (that are not of our agents' effort) these may be the work of plagiarists/copyists--we know that there are sites that imitate closely our services, info, and such, or negate our positive statements if copying /duplication is not possible for them--when all of these are taken into account it should be apparent that they have no real source of reliable info regarding magickal items or mustika pearls from Indonesia. General information, however, can be the result of independent research and similar conclusions reached. Potential clients may judge for themselves. Applied magick/metaphysics empowers a person and makes one creative and original--and we practice these on a daily basis. Any agents of ours online will carry a certain code placed prominently at their website: BMPxxx (where the xxx represents the agent number.) False agents may carry the code but clients may always verify with us.

Back to Top

Do you issue certificates for these pearls?

For a certificate to be issued it has to be backed by an institute or an association functioning in the field of bezoar stones/mustika pearls. As alluded to previously, there are no educational or academic bodies offering degrees in mustikaology. Without the professionals to be the backbone of an association/institute, these cannot possibly exist. A certificate that carries the signature of someone who does not have a degree in the science of bezoar-stones/mustika pearls would actually offer very little value and assurance--even though he may have degrees in related fields. At this time there is no scientist/researcher who can issue certificates without putting his reputation at risk--the mustika field of study (not stomach-bezoars specifically) is still young and no one has all the data and knowledge required to arrive at definite conclusions. Certificates may be signed by shamans or by witnesses as they have direct bearing to pearl acquisitions--but these would only be names on paper and meaningless to purchasers; in addition, these individuals would not reveal legal names or addresses as a matter of privacy. Likewise, certificates may be "issued" (perhaps with disclaimers added onto it) by psychics, shamans, or those that may verify psychically of the genuineness of these pearls--these would still have to be taken on faith as psychic evaluation is a subjective matter. So why do we not issue certificates ourselves as a seller and distributor of these pearls? For the many reasons explained above; and additionally, to protect ourselves legally. In our disclaimer we state that these pearls are sold as curios only and do not claim of anything else. One cannot have this disclaimer and issue certificates simultaneously as they would be contradictive. In the gem trade there are possibly sellers that issue fake certificates for fake stones or make false claims and misrepresentations--we decline to follow this sort of practice. Nevertheless, we do present a letter of appointment from our sources, the pawangs that we represent, and they do state implicitly if not explicitly that they and those under their direction acquire the mustika pearls personally and directly from Nature. Realistically speaking, the burden of authenticity falls upon the client's faith in the tradition of these types of pearls and on us as allies of the tradition and presenting these pearls for availability.

Back to Top

Why are these pearls costly?

Mustika pearls are essentially, rare and scare--this is one major reason for their high cost. They are also not easy to acquire--shamans go through lots of hardships in order to seek and uncover them from the wilds of Nature; some have perished in their psychic struggles against the spirit guardians of these magickal stones or of undergoing the magickal process itself. In promoting the mustika pearls, we are offering a service to people interested in them, these are items that may not be otherwise acquired without our assistance because of distance, language barrier, lack of knowledge of sources, inconvenience, travel costs, lack of time, etc. In addition, running a business requires taking care of the overheads such as the cost of the hosting service, ISP, phone bills, wages, administration work, etc., not to mention the hidden costs--all of these add to the pricing of the mustika pearls that we offer. We likewise offer our skill and expertise in psychically scanning these pearls each one individually for fairy-intelligence and their particulars. Mustika pearls being sold cheaply at a low cost should be suspected of their claimed genuineness--they are most probably fakes or are of inferior grade. In this regard they are not too different from rare rudraakshas where fakes are bountiful and sold cheaply.

Back to Top

What happens to pearls that you consider defective?

Pearls come in many shapes, sizes, colors, textures and physical condition. We do not refer to any of them as defective--we may regard some of them as "inferior grade." However, some poor-grade mustika pearls/bezoar stones are artificially treated and sold by others as though they were perfect--which is quite a common deceptive practice in the gem trade. For instance, voids and cracks are filled with mineral substances and fixed into place with glue giving the appearance of wholeness. We prefer to present these so-called "defective" pearls, should we have them, as they are in their natural state. Our photos of the pearls, in general, are taken of their least exquisite profile. Ordinarily, unless poor-grade pearls that come to our attention possess some unusual qualities, we reject them as undesirable and these may fall into the hands of other dealers and collectors.

Back to Top

Do all mustika pearls have elementals or fairy spirits embodied in them?

This is a question related to the metaphysical aspect of the pearls. First of all we must assume that you believe in these creatures so that we will not need to clarify on their existence but only as to their relationship with mustika-pearls. Fairies like all physical creatures are mortals though they may have a longer life-span. Their age may be described in human-years but these years and their related age may have quite a different meaning to fairies and elemental beings and should not be regarded as the age/years that we suppose as humans. Time as we know it is quite different in dimensions where these creatures have their existence. When a pearl is being developed in an animal, plant or wherever, it is these creatures that help build them. During the process of pearl-formation, a fairy-intelligence would embody itself into a pearl. Now when a fairy passes on to be reabsorbed into the great pool of Cosmic Consciousness, pearls are left void. When these pearls are still in the midst of Nature another fairy might make it its home, just as a shell-less hermit crab would when it finds an abandoned shell.  The interval whereby a pearl is void of fairy-life may be short as in weeks or it may be long as in years unless intervened by a magickal process. Some fairyless pearls may find their way into our hands and in those of other collectors or distributors. So to answer your questions, not all mustika-pearls may have fairy-intelligence in them; however, we choose to offer genuine mustika pearls/bezoar stones at our sites that do have these fairy-spirits.

Back to Top

Do you have a catalog?

Afraid not, as these pearls are often unique and one-of-a-kind, it would be too costly and time consuming for us to produce and update printed catalogs whenever a few pearls are sold or added. Electronic versions would also be impractical as the resultant file containing the pearl list would be too large for downloading and would take up lots of bandwidth. The pearls available may be viewed online--and we update the list often with the latest information on availability and new additions. Please view the list here: List of Mustika Pearls/Bezoar Stones

Back to Top

Where are you based and do you have branches?

We are based in Indonesia, we live in Indonesia and are Indonesian citizens. The magickal pearls that we offer mostly come from Indonesia. We know the language, the culture, the people and our sources in a personal manner. We are not based elsewhere other than the country of the main sources of the pearls. We have our pearls at hand, we do not sell pearls that are stocked overseas or offshore. At the moment we have a branch in Singapore and possibly resellers selling our pearls off-line/on-line in their respective countries. However, these resellers may have different sources for the pearls aside from us and we cannot guarantee that all pearls that they sell are genuine though they may claim them as such.

Back to Top

How long have you been in this mustika-pearl business?

Our involvement in the mustika pearl business began in 2001, not long after we launched our first site Indotalisman.com which specializes in magickal items from Indonesia. We do have a few mustika-pearl resellers/agents working freelance and offline at present. Our sources have been involved in this business their whole lives and they represent the younger generation of a lineage of pearl-hunters.

Back to Top

Is it possible for someone to see your collection personally?

Certainly. You are indeed welcome for this purpose.  If you are serious in acquiring some of the pearls do make an appointment with us by email. Though we do not have a shop open to the public, we can grant earnest clients a private audience and the privilege of viewing the pearls first-hand. We have numerous pearls of the same type having different sizes, shapes, hues, etc., that are not shown on our website. By visiting us you will have a wider selection and a greater opportunity to select the ones that you desire. We live not too far away from Jakarta--only about an hour's drive or less. We would appreciate it if prior to visiting us a deposit be made to our bank account or through Western Union transfer of the amount of your approximate intended spending budget--this is for security reasons that protects us both and facilitates an ease in transactions. Carrying money around can be unsafe and cash of a foreign currency can be problematical for us to exchange--even USD are often not accepted by our local banks and money-changers if it has certain serial numbers or with extraneous markings. UPDATE: As of Jan 2014 we do not accept visitors for viewing pearls personally, as we are currently not set-up for this.

Back to Top

May we be your reseller of these pearls?

Yes, you may indeed--you may sell them online/off-line, whatever is convenient for you. You may purchase pearls at great discounts. The amount of pearls/size of the order will determine the discount given--you may mark up prices for your profit. You may opt to be an agent instead, however, in which you operate under our banner--there will not be much investment on your part and you need not bother about shipping items as we will drop-ship directly to your customers. This is on a commission basis. Please visit this page and contact us for more information.

Back to Top

What sort of payment methods do you accept?

We currently accept payments done through transfers by Western Union and Moneygram. We also recommend using conventional bank transfer as a payment method. If you wish to pay using your credit card you may use Moneybookers of which you will have to register first. Please visit this page for payment methods and details: How to Order.

Back to Top

What do I get for my order?

You obviously get the type of pearl/s or specific pearls that you order. You may choose to have them tumbled and polished--we can do this at no extra cost to you--however, do note that doing so would change their appearances and tumbled pearls will only have a close resemblance to how they looked prior to tumbling and how they appear in their sample photographs. For some pearls we suggest leaving them in their natural state as they are unique looking. UPDATE: As of Jan 2014 we currently are unable to have pearls tumbled/polished.

Aside from the above, you will also receive a free empowered/fully consecrated talisman worth US$70 (only for orders worth US$150 or more). Instruction papers are included with every pearl, in it we provide the pearl's descriptions, suggested usage, and the basic specifics of the indwelling spirit. You may also choose to have pearl/s magickally purified and empowered--we can do this for you with an extra US$75 or for free for large orders. Last but not least, you have our constant technical support--you may always contact us if you have any inquiries regarding your pearl. Do contact us with your order before making payments.

Back to Top

Do we get any discounts for the magickal pearls if purchased in large quantities?

Yes, if you purchase 5 or more we will give you a 20% discount for pearls worth US$400 or less We could give greater discounts for orders of 20 pearls or more. Do contact us. The 20% discount does not apply to pearls worth more than $400 though some cut may be given--these are considered individually. You may always contact us to negotiate the cost for a large order.

Back to Top

How long will I receive my package?

Packages are normally shipped via EMS. Packages shipped through EMS are fast--anywhere between 2--15 days. Please note that we cannot assume responsibility for any losses in the mail. If your order is small and you live in a country where our local EMS do not network to your country you may opt for courier--additional charges are required for this. UPDATE: As of Jan 2014, we can only ship via EMS and courier-shipping is currently unavailable.  All shipments are FOB, Bogor, Indonesia. Please contact us for more info.

Back to Top

Do you accept returns?

We do accept returns under the following conditions: we should be notified of intended returns by email no later than 3 days after the purchaser receives the package (we can track the date of delivery), and the package should be returned to us no later than 10-days after the package has been received. The item/s should not be damaged or substituted in any way. In cases of suspected foul play, we reserve the right not to accept returns and offer refunds--in such an event the purchaser returns merchandise at his own risk. Refunds will be given minus the initial shipping cost, the approximate transfer fee of the refund and a 15% restocking fee. We do not accept pearls returned to us for the purpose of substituting for another--mustika pearls should always be chosen carefully prior to purchase. This return policy does not apply to packages shipped by Bezoarmustikapearls.com through registered airmail--the return policy for the latter is null and void.

Back to Top


Home

About Us How to Order Terms and Conditions FAQs Contact Us Link Partners Articles Downloads

Copyright © 2006 Bezoarmustikapearls.com

Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape