Chalcedony Stalactite Specimen

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This is a very unique Chalcedony Stalactite Specimen from Brazil.

Dimensions: 120 x 80 x 30mm

Weight: 168g

 

The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE

  • KEY WORDS Calm, balance, centeredness, inner knowledge
  • CHAKRAS Throat (5th), Third Eye (6th)
  • ELEMENT Water
  • PHYSICAL Aids with issues of the throatand larynx,voice problems
  • EMOTIONAL Encourages release of inhibitions, clear communication of truth
  • SPIRITUAL Enhances telepathy, past-life recall, spiritual counseling

BLUE CHALCEDONY is a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. It differs from Jasper in that the Quartz is arranged in fibrous layers rather than the sugar-like grains found in Jasper. Blue Chalcedony is found in India, Brazil, Turkey and the USA.

When there is a need for softness in the auric field, at times when stresses mount and one's center begins to wobble, Blue Chalcedony can restore calm and balance.

Because it is a strong representative of the Blue Ray, associated with the throat and third eye chakras, Blue Chalcedony affects the mind on many levels. It stimulates telepathy and all types of communications with the invisible realms. It helps one speak things which are below one’s normal conscious awareness and is thus a good stone for those in therapy and an excellent tool for those engaged in counseling others.

Because it connects to the subconscious, Blue Chalcedony can also assist in the remembrance of past lives, and its orientation toward inner healing means that the memories recovered with Blue Chalcedony will be those most relevant to what is needed for one’s progress and growth.

Blue Chalcedony harmonizes with Purple Chalcedony, Chrysoprase, Owyhee Blue Opal, Oregon Opal, Alexandrite, Petalite, Lapis and Ajoite.

 

"This information is for research purposes only and should not be construed as medical recommendations for any disease or symptom. It is not intended to provide medical advice. Consult a licensed healthcare professional for treatment."