Abraham's Sapphire




Levitates if near a dead or dying organism


Proximity to dead/dying organisms

Collected by

Garrett Scott







Date of Collection

June 9, 2014


Origin[edit | edit source]

Abraham (Hebrew: אַבְרָהָם‎), originally Abram, is the first of the three biblical patriarchs of Israel whose story is told in chapters 11 through 25 of the Book of Genesis.

Abram was called by God to leave his father Terah's house and native land of Mesopotamia in return for a new land, family, and inheritance in Canaan, the promised land. Threats to the covenant arose – difficulties in producing an heir, the threat of bondage in Egypt, of lack of fear of God – but all were overcome and the covenant was established. After the death and burial of his wife, Sarah, in the grave that he purchased in Hebron, Abraham arranged for the marriage of Isaac to a woman from his own people. Abraham later married a woman called Keturah and had six more sons, before he died at the recorded age of 175 and was buried by his sons, Isaac and Ishmael. (Genesis 25:1–10)

This sapphire was worn around his neck and rose to the sun when he died.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Will slowly wobble when near a mortally wounded organism. Once resuscitation becomes unfeasible or the creature dies, the sapphire will levitate in the air. Floats directly above the subject for a few minutes to hours as a memorial to the deceased.

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