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Cintamani Stone
P1000372

Origin

Buddhism/ Outer Space

Type

Stone/Jewel

Effects

Grants wishes

Downsides

The stone ‘judges’ whether the person making the wish is worthy of bestowment

Activation

Wishing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Aum-7849

Shelf

536932-7465-568

Date of Collection

October 27, 1945

[Source]


OriginEdit

The Cintamani Stone was a wish granting stone that fell from the heavens at a Buddhist temple near the modern day Indo-China border. It was then moved by monks to a safer location in Tibet to prevent the warring tribes of the plains and steppes from gaining hold of its incalculable power. It eventually became a part of Hindu and Buddhist myth until it one day disappeared, going missing for centuries.

During World War Two, Subhas Chandra Bose, working for the Axis powers, supposedly located it and the Minoan Trident. To prevent him from delving this information, the Regents approved of extreme force: a team of field agents was sent to crash Bose’s plane using various artifacts and then bronze him. When his files were located and his route traced, agents discovered he had actually found the artifact. They stayed for months transporting the artifact through war torn Asia and Europe, making sure no faction or group got their hands on it.

EffectsEdit

When a wish is granted, it fulfills a person’s desires by manifesting new objects or altering pre-existing ones. However, it will only do so if it deems the person worthy of bestowal of the wish.

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