ores and minerals

Crown Chakra Essentials
Includes: Clear Quartz, Amethyst, Howlite, Selenite, Peacock Ore & Labradorite!

Ft. My favourite Crown Chakra Oil, Selenite White Light Flower Essence Spray, Crystal Oracle Cards and my own Chakra booklet!

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Fantastic piece of native silver on display at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show that even appears to have face terminations on it.

“Peacock Ore, also known as Bornite, is a copper mineral mined in Mexico. Known for its iridescent colors, it was nick-named peacock ore by early miners.

This stone of happiness and joy will help you tune into positive forces in life and channel that energy to others. It is sometimes called the stone of joyfulness.
It brings to the user a feeling that the way it is, is the way it is supposed to be. It brings you the ability to see and accept the joy in any moment.”

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the curse of the sea-thing;

The Enochian Necronomicon! The iron-ore miners had finally found it! But not all of them wanted to perform its ritual and disturb the sea-thing, Gnaiih. One miner realized the ritual would unleash Gnaiih’s flood upon this world. And so the miner had no choice but to stab the others with shards of magick Eltdown. Gnaiih, in response, cursed the miner, who now wanders the mine, doomed to prevent others from summoning the sea-thing and flooding the world forever.

The boarder between Wind and Fire territory. 

An ideal location for farmers, with easy access to Wind’s hunting territory. The red tint of the foot of the mountain is often seen as intimidating by Wind natives, as it is easily mistaken for lava in the distance, when it reflects the sunlight. It is in fact a collection of ores and minerals. Fire hatchlings often have a giggle at the gullibility of Wind natives.