This Charoite Pendant is by far most stunning one we have ever seen! It displays a beautiful rich color and lovely patterning accentuated by its teardrop cabochon shape, this piece has been fitted with Sterling Silver.
Charoite is a rare silicate mineral, first described in 1978 and named for the Chara River. It has been reported only from the Sakha Republic, Siberia, Russia. It is found where a syenite of the Murunskii Massif has intruded into and altered limestone deposits producing a potassium feldspar metasomatite. Though reportedly discovered in the 1940's, it was not known to the outside world until its description in 1978. It is said to be opaque and unattractive when found in the field; a fact that may have contributed to its late recognition.
The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE
Charoite is known for its powerful emanation of the Purple Ray. It can therefore be used to purify and cleanse one’s etheric body, releasing dis-harmonies and dispelling negativity. It can protect one from psychic attack and dispel the tendency to have bad dreams. It facilitates the release of unconscious fears, serving as a catalyst for the healing and transmutation of old patterns of imbalance.
It can help one access past-life memories and integrate the lessons of past-life experience. For those suffering from difficult-to-diagnose maladies that have their roots in internalized negativity or fear, Charoite can be a powerful aid. It can help one merge the heart and crown chakra energies, allowing for deeper spiritual insights in an inner climate of unconditional love.
Working with Charoite can increase the likelihood of synchronicity in one’s life. If one learns to notice these and the messages they imply, one can move through life as if guided by a golden thread, and the pathless path of one’s highest potential will be revealed.
"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."