First one is a pale green Prehnite cabochon wrapped in that beautiful vintage brass wire.
“Prehnite is useful with psychic work, working within the astral realms as well as exploring one’s past lives. Breaking down barriers in all planes allowing easy interpretation of the information that is presented. Prehnite is quite a protective stone. It can protect one on all levels, as it strengthens the life force and generally increases energy as well as stimulating it. It aids spirit communication through meditation and visualization, out of body travel and as a powerful dream stone. It is also known as a stone of prophecy which stimulates inner knowing of oneself. It is a very accepting stone, encouraging analytical thinking and helps to dispel unpleasant memories.”
The second is a honey calcite slab wrapped in vintage brass wire!
“Most all Calcite has the unique optical quality of double refraction. If one were to draw a line on a piece of paper, then place a piece of Calcite over the line, when looking through the stone, the line will appear to be doubled. This property is what allows calcite to be used in spell to “double the power” of the spell. It is placed on the alter or worn during magical rituals for this very purpose. Honey Calcite gently amplifies energy, enhancing your psychic abilities, easing astral projection and bringing higher consciousness. It also assists in alleviating the challenges associated with change. ”
The third is a ammolite/ammonite with opalization wrapped in silver wire, with two accent pearls at the top!
“A protective element, adding structure, stability and steadiness to one’s life as well as supplementing one survival instincts. Associated with water, Ammolite is known to deeply affect one emotionally. Mirroring feelings that one may have forgotten existed, whether they be healthy or unhealthy. Encouraging feelings of self worth Ammolite will enhance ones practicality and reliability; it has been said to increase the positive energies of magic spells and spiritual prayers.”
The clopping of horse’s hooves could be heard as a carriage pulled up to the Tsar’s palace in St. Petersburg, Russia. A young princess was sleeping inside, she left her home country of Croatia to marry the Tsar of Russia. Nadia began to wake when the carriage came to a stop signaling her arrival. It had been a long and difficult trip. She was now in foreign lands and could only hope that her fiance was a benevolent man.
Nadia was wearing a lovely gown with sea foam green and pearls which reminded her of her coastal home. Russia was nothing like Croatia, filled with expansive forests and chilly nights. Animals with thick fur like bears and wolves roamed the lands freely. She missed her home and longed for the sun and the white sandy beaches. But she was here now and she must fulfill her royal duty and marry the Tsar.
She got out of the carriage with the help of the coach man and stood in awe of the Russian palace. It was huge and decorative, Nadia couldn’t believe this would be her new home. She gulped and looked towards the grand doors when the servants announced the Tsar’s arrival. She looked up eagerly towards the doors to get a glimpse of her fiance. Nadia was scared yet hopeful that she was making the right decision to be there.