Copper Iridium coins are magical and powerful. They will stop a bus when carried in it by stopping ignition, but not when wrapped in a carbon paper. A candle flame bends towards this coin. When rice is brought near the coin, it gets attracted towards the coin. You can find an electric circuit tester indicating light when touched with, on the coin. Your electronic watch will stop when brought near this coin!
A device in
In 1603 AD, East
In the year 1616 AD, there was a Grahakutami (A complete solar eclipse) which lasted for more than 5 hours in
Only 16 pieces of the coins were made totally. In order to preserve the precious lebbos, the Rishis engraved the currency denomination prevalent on one side and the nine planets on the other side. Iridium Lebbo coins are also called Navagraha Lebbos. Lebbo in Greek means sun guard. The coins have the provision to be charged when required. The special range of powers of the coins can be activated by charging the coin on the three pin points, each having different functions. After charging the coin with MRC 87 chemicals, a magnetic attraction of carbohydrate contents is generated on the coin.
Sun (Surya), Moon (Chandra), Mars (Mangla), Mercury (Budha), Neptune (Guru), Jupiter (Sugra), Saturn (Sani), Uranus (Ragu) and Venus (Kethu) are the planets engraved on the coin and are interconnected with tiny veins, all leading to the charging point.
It is said that, millions of years ago, fragments of sun and other planets might have fallen on earth, particularly in
Our ancestors made the metal classification ‘space metals’. Metallurgists have discovered and included three metals under this group, Ikkidium, Iridium and Virenium. These metals were heavily priced in the 16th century and Rishis hand made the lebbo coins using the Iridium.
In 1616 The British East
The different weights and quantities of the Iridium Lebbo coins made in 1616 are:
42 grams 3 pieces
65 grams 3 pieces (as errosimimic shape only)
82 grams 3 pieces (the three miraculous pin points give light indication)
200 grams 3 pieces
260 grams 2 pieces
300 grams 2 pieces (Ser denomination)
How the 1616 Copper Iridium coin looks
One side consists of Navagrahas (Nine planets) embedded on it by the great gurus and Rishis of those time. The other side has the charging point divided into three a dotted hole through which charging of the coin is possible. Also, inscribed are E; IC and ANNA 1616. For more information see the images of the sides, shown below:
Any one of the tests below is sufficient to confirm if the Lebbo is authentic and active. Whenever the Lebbo is "active" it emits an unknown radiation that interferes with DC and AC power sources.
1) If the naked bulb of a dry-cell torch is flashed close to one of the three rivets/keys of the Hindu face of the Lebbo coin, the dry cell shows a degree of draining. The radiation is not expected to drain or defuse a DC source or a torch cell completely, but to an extent that confirms the fact that the coin is "active". Sometimes the flickering or dimming of the torch-light is not visible. But if the dry cells are removed and left for an hour or so they are found to be weak or dead. This indicates that the dry cell has been corrupted or damaged by the radiation.
2) If the Lebbo is immersed in a transparent tumbler or beaker of water, small silvery white bubbles are seen on both surfaces of the coin. On certain days the bubbles increase in number. The bubbles form on the surface and cling to both surfaces of the coin. None of the bubbles float up to the surface of the water. This is significant as bubbles are indication that the radiation is being emitted by the coin.
3) When the Lebbo is immersed in cold water, a minor rise in temperature may be noticed in the first 15 minutes. This may vary from 1 degree to 3 degrees Celsius. Actual rise in water temperature is only noticed when the coin has been immersed in water between one to three hours. This may cause a rise upto 15 or more degrees. To negate or neutralize the effect of room temperature, it is recommended that frigid water from a refrigerator be used.
4) If the Lebbo is active, and taken close to a TV screen while it is on, the program reception is seen to be disturbed causing static-like sounds, diffusion of image and formation of lines across the screen. This happens most often only if the Lebbo is held constantly in front of the screen for sometime, upto 45 seconds to a minute. Be cautious as you may damage the picture-tube of the TV.
5) Sometimes the Lebbo can cause major disruption to the AC power sources in the vicinity. If held close to a tube-light or any other bulb, or sometimes even close to a switch panel, it interrupts the AC current flow and may even cause the main power supply to trip.
Any one of the above mentioned tests are sufficient to establish the authenticity of the Lebbo coin. No ordinary piece of metal exhibits these peculiarities or phenomena. To some degree the above also indicates that the Lebbo is active and original. If a genuine buyer is on call, he should pick it up without hesitation.