What is a long list of objects, both household objects and fictional or symbolic objects of “shared sense of mystery, exploration, and transformation, as well as the potential to inspire curiosity and imagination”?

What is a long list of objects, both household objects and fictional or symbolic objects of “shared sense of mystery, exploration, and transformation, as well as the potential to inspire curiosity and imagination”?
Kaleidoscope, Rubik’s cube, crystal ball, magic wand, enchanted mirror, hourglass, magnifying glass, telescope, microscope, compass, sundial, camera obscura, ouija board, labyrinth, tarot cards, dreamcatcher, puzzle box, snow globe, matryoshka doll, origami, gramophone, astrolabe, sextant, the One Ring (from The Lord of the Rings), philosopher’s stone, invisibility cloak (from Harry Potter), time machine (from H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine), TARDIS (from Doctor Who), cosmic cube (from Marvel Comics), the Maltese Falcon (from the eponymous film), Pandora’s box, Excalibur, genie lamp, memento mori, alethiometer (from His Dark Materials), the Ark of the Covenant, the Infinity Gauntlet (from Marvel Comics), Holodeck (from Star Trek), the Elder Wand (from Harry Potter), the Golden Fleece, the Fountain of Youth, the Sword in the Stone, the Holy Grail, the Necronomicon (from H.P. Lovecraft’s stories), the Voynich Manuscript, the Rosetta Stone, and the Turin Shroud.

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