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Love Bead Necklace
71g0fSZ2vTL UL1500

Origin

1960's in America

Type

Necklace

Effects

Fills wearer with feelings of love and peace

Downsides

User will feel extremely mellow no matter what

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Artie Nielson

Section

Coventry-74E

Aisle

122-5999

Shelf

11054-85525-152

Date of Collection

June 3rd, 1968

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OriginEdit

The 1960's in the US are known as the "Hippie Decade". In response to the post-war industrialization, McCarthyism paranoia, and the growing civil rights movement, many of the youth of America took a counter-culture stance. Those within the "Free Love" spirit aimed for peace and harmony to defy rigid social structures and politics that they saw as oppressive. Tie-Die shirts, long hair, and love beads were common fashion statements at the time.

UsageEdit

When worn, the beads will fill the user with feelings of peace and love. They have also been known to cancel-out the effects of hate artifacts. Caution is to be used when wearing this artifact, as the wearer will be extremely mellow regardless of the severity of the situation.

CollectionEdit

Artie bought this artifact off of an "interesting woman who smelled of corn chips" at a flea market. She insisted that she wanted to be free of "materialistic slavery" and was thus selling everything she owned to join a commune. The beads are placed within the Hall of Hate in order to nullify the effects of more unpleasant artifacts.

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