If only the Tin Man had one of these Lapis Hearts, he wouldn't have had to make the perilous journey to Oz and see that charlatan, the Wizard. However, the journey on the Yellow Brick Road was necessary. It was a spiritual journey for the four of them. For you see, the author L. Frank Baum became a Theosophist in 1892. He published The Wizard of Oz in 1900. Morya, Kuthumi and Blavatsky influenced everything about it.
One of the philosophical debates of the movie is: 'What's more important, a heart for the Tin Man or brains for the Scarecrow?' Spiritually, we're thinking heart.
And that brings us back to the Lapis Heart. You can't go wrong with one of these. These are quality pieces of Lapis. Beautiful to behold. Very special. We have eight, all around 1.5 oz. We'll pick the best one for you.
- P.S. Do a search for "The Wizard of Oz and Theosophy." Fascinating stuff.
- Look at that crazy red heart with the clock in it. Wouldn't a Lapis heart be better? How cool would that have been?
- Around 1.75"
- About 1.5 oz