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About Stones: “Super-Seven” Quartz

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Astrological Sign: All
Chakra: All
Lore: Super Seven quartz is also known as “Sacred Seven” or “Melody Stone.” It is a synergistic healing combination of clear quartz, amethyst, smoky quartz, cacoxenite, goethite, lepidochrosite and rutile. Use it to gain access to higher consciousness when channeling. This combination of minerals promotes expansion, transformation and telepathy. It never needs cleansing.
Geology: Mined in Espirito Santo, Brazil.
Localities: Brazil

About Stones: Sunstone

sunstone

Astrological Sign: Libra, Leo
Chakra: Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus
Lore: Sunstone can be used to clear and energize the chakras. It increases vitality, independence and originality, and provides luck in games. In medicine wheel rituals, it is placed at the center for contact with spirit guides. 
Geology: Sunstone or oligoclase is an aventurine feldspar which shows brilliant metallic reflections due to light interference on tiny included hematite or goethite platelets. It is sodium calcium aluminum silicate.
Localities: Norway, Canada, Russia

About Stones: Mochi Marbles

mochi

Astrological Sign: Libra, Aquarius, Aries
Chakra: Root
Lore: Mochi marbles were sacred among the shamanic members of ancient tribes who used them for contact with the extra-terrestrial, for visioning, and for journeying. They have been found in archaeological excavations on several continents. Mochi marbles can be used to align the energy centers, to relieve energy blockages, to stimulate ch’i, to ground and center, to provide protection, and perform healing for the earth. Use in pairs is recommended.
Geology: Mochi Marbles are concretions of iron which consist of an outer shell of hematite (iron oxide) with a center of sandstone. They occur in the lower part of the Navaho Sandstone formation in southern Utah and northern Arizona. It is believed that the venting of hot volcanic gases caused the mochi marbles to form.
Localities: Utah, Arizona

About Stones: Lepidolite

lepidolite

Astrological Sign: Libra
Chakra: Throat, Heart, Brow, Crown
Lore: Lepidolite encourages independence and inner peace. It promotes restful sleep, and helps us to preserve our own space in crowds. Lepidolite aids in goal-setting and decision-making while neutralizing distractions.
Geology: Lepidolite is lilac colored mica containing lithium. It occurs in granite pegmatites associated with tourmaline and other minerals and forms as scaly aggregates, cleavable masses, or tabular crystals.
Localities: California, Maine, Madagascar, Brazil

About Stones: Lemon Chrysoprase

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Astrological Sign: Libra, Aries
Chakra: Heart, Crown
Lore: Lemon Chrysoprase is an ideal aid for recovering from a long period of illness.
Geology: Lemon Chrysoprase is one of a family of siliceous nickeliferous magnesium carbonates. Gaspeite is another member of this family. The green color is due to the presence of high levels of nickel.
Chemical Composition: MgCO2
Hardness: 3.5-4.0
Locality: Yerilla, Western Australia

About Stones: Hemimorphite

hemimorphite

Astrological Sign: Libra
Chakra: Heart
Lore: Hemimorphite assists in self-transformation and personal evolution, fostering joyousness and creativity. It teaches us to take control of our own happiness and to reach our highest human potential. Used since ancient times, hemimorphite helps in the understanding and utilization of the powerful ancient healing techniques to maintain or regain health.
Geology: Hemimorphite is a hydrated zinc silicate. It forms transparent colorless crystals common in lead, zinc and silver deposits. It also occurs as blue botryoidal crusts.
Localities: New Jersey, China, Italy, Mexico

About Stones: Chiastolite

chiastolite

Astrological Sign: Libra
Chakra: Throat, Heart
Lore: Chiastolite gives us persistance in realizing our identity and our life’s task. It enhances conscious awareness and is used as a sign of devotion. Chiastolite calms fears, nervousness, and feelings of guilt.
Geology: Chiastolite is a form of andalusite occuring in the shape of long prisms within carbonaceous clay slates. Growth occurs in layers with carbon deposited along the crystal edges as diagonal cruciform shapes are formed. It is also known as cross-stone.
Localities: Massachusetts, China