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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: Variscite

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Astrological Sign: Scorpio, Taurus, Gemini
Chakra: Heart
Lore: Variscite encourages truthfulness and authenticity. It lifts the spirits, but also has a calming effect. It supports sobriety and rational thinking. Variscite helps us become spiritually aware and perceptive.
Geology: Variscite is a translucent green phosphate with a vitreous or waxy luster. It commonly occurs in massive form, or as crusts, veins, or concretions where water containing phosphates has altered aluminum-rich rocks.
Localities: Australia, Nevada

About Stones: Selenite

selenite

Astrological Sign: Taurus
Chakra: Crown, Brow
Lore: Selenite, named for the ancient Moon Goddess Selene, provides for mental clarity. Like a sharp sword of awareness, it cuts through unconscious assumptions about ourselves and our surroundings. Lovers can trade selenite crystals to help reconcile differences. Selenite activates the aspect of our nature that is true spiritual feeling.
Geology: Selenite, a crystallized form of gypsum, is a hydrous calcium sulfate. It is one of the first minerals formed by evaporating salt water in land locked bodies isolated from the open ocean.
Localities: Chihuahua, Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas

About Stones: Nunderite

nunderite

Astrological Sign: Taurus
Chakra: Heart
Lore: Use nunderite to protect from discovery and to keep secrets. Nunderite increases ability in activities related to water and provides safety in water travel. Place on third eye to aid in remote viewing.
Geology: Nunderite combines andalusite, quartz and green epidote.
Locality: Nundle, New South Wales, Australia

About Stones: Kansas Pop Rocks

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Astrological Sign: Aquarius, Scorpio, Leo, Taurus
Chakra: “All”
Lore: Kansas Pop Rocks, also called “Energy Stones,” are used for auric healing and chakra balancing. They generally have either smooth (female) or bumpy (male) surfaces. The two “sexes” may be used together or separately to balance or emphasize chosen polarities. Kansas Pop Rocks provide good grounding of high energy states. They are the same as “Boji” stones.
Geology: Kansas Pop Rocks are pyrite concretions. Bridging organic and inorganic worlds, they are crystallizations of pyrite over a nucleus of fossilized seashell.
Locality: Western Kansas

About Stones: Emerald

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Astrological Sign: Taurus, Gemini, Aries
Chakra: Heart
Lore: Known as the stone of successful love, emerald supports sensitivity, loyalty and domestic bliss. It brings harmony to all areas of life, quieting the emotions and opening the heart. Emeralds help maintain rhythmic breathing for meditation. They bring a beneficial outcome to legal matters.
Geology: Emerald is a green beryl colored by chromium. They have been treasured since the time of Cleopatra. The most famous mines are those of Colombia. Emeralds of various localities can be recognized by their inclusions.
Localities: Colombia, Brazil, North Carolina, Russia

About Stones: Copper

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Astrological Sign: Taurus, Sagittarius
Chakra: Root, Sacral
Lore: Copper stimulates initiative, optimism, diplomacy, and independence. It can magnify the transfer of energy from other minerals or from a healer due to its ability to conduct electrical impulses. It is reputed to bring luck, especially in the recovery of property.
Geology: Copper is a native element forming in volcanic rocks and sulfide deposits. The usual habits are dendritic and massive, rarely crystaline in the form of cubes and octahedrons. Michigan’s native copper is used to form these interesting sculptures which are man made on the Keweenaw Peninsula. Molten copper at 2200 degrees Fahrenheit is poured into straw which is immersed in water. The straw is burned away and the copper solidifies. On New Years day, according to custom, early miners used lead in the same process as a method of fortune telling. Good or bad luck for the year to follow was determined by the shape and size of the sculpture formed.
Localities: Michigan, Arizona, Germany