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► My thoughts:
Such a wonderfully POWERFUL stone set!!!
You will receive one of each stone in a soft carry pouch which has a corresponding silver charm attached to the tie strings, a collection of five magically charged stones total for your personal healing experience... <3
Each stone is personally blessed and anointed with my high altar oil, and personally charged by me to its fullest magical potential of each stones special metaphysical attribute. =)
So you will receive five spiritually charged stones to grace your own special auric needs, and your very own pouch to carry them close to you, wherever your journey may lead...<3

Each stone is randomly hand picked for each order, so no set is ever alike, but this is what makes it so amazing, as just like the creatures we are, we too are never the same. =)
For where would the excitement be in that?
I assure you the highest quality and energy in these stones, as I cleanse and bless each set before it is shipped to its spiritual forever home with you. <3

♦♦♦ Stones from left to right in the lineup photo ♦♦♦
(Rose Quartz - Hematite - Tigers Eye - Amethyst - Agate)
Below is an extensive individual profile for each of the stones you will personally receive. =)

Throughout history, Rose Quartz has been a symbol for love and beauty. Today it is known as the "Stone of Gentle Love" or the "Stone of Unconditional Love".
Although not much is known historically about Rose Quartz, beads were found in the area once known as Mesopotamia (today's Iraq) that date back to 7000 BC. Rose Quartz jewelry was known to be crafted by the Assyrians during the time span of 800-600 BC, and it is believed that the Assyrians along with the Romans were first to use this stone. The Romans used it for making seals as a sign of ownership. They also considered it a strong spiritual enlightening stone. Egyptians believed the pink stone prevented aging.
Wearing or carrying a heart-shaped Rose Quartz pendant or charm is thought to attract love.

Akin to its cousin Pyrite, Hematite is said to have been traditionally used in the construction of "magic mirrors," and is believed to be able reflect back any negativity from whence it came. It is often used for scrying.
In ancient Egypt, Hematite was carved into "pillows" and was often used in death/rebirth ceremonies with their deceased. It was also utilized as an inscription stone for certain passages from the Book of the Dead. It was in this part of the world that Hematite's magick was also put into service by being made into protection amulets, and also as jewelry worn by those in mourning. Hematite itself exhibits an ability to heal itself; if scratched and then rubbed, the scratch will often disappear.
The early Romans would crush the mineral and rub its red powder onto their bodies, believing this would bestow courage, strength, and a general invulnerability. Native Americans utilized Hematite to make red face paint called red ochre, often when on a warpath. Ancient myth subscribes to the notion that large deposits of Hematite were formed wherever battles were fought and wherever blood flowed as a result of those battles.
Engraved seals made of Hematite have been found in the ancient ruins of Babylon. Azchalias of Babylon believed that a Hematite talisman would bestow favor from the kings along with bringing fortunate outcomes to any legal issues. Today it is often used for grounding, calming, dispelling negativity, clarity, self-esteem, and spiritual energy.
To cleanse and restore the intrinsic properties of Hematite, bury the stone in the earth for 24 hours or more. I also find for the polished specimens that a quick rinse under running water, preferably a clear brook or stream, helps revitalize the mineral's natural Water element properties adding further enhancement to its heavy Earth element structure.

A tigers eye shimmers in the light and its beauty is unique to each stone. Tigers Eye is associated with large cats (or the Tiger) who is the king of beasts in Eastern myth. In Japan, the tiger was believed to live for over a thousand years and Roman soldiers carried tiger's eye to uphold their bravery during battle.
It is a stone of luck, money, happiness, success, health and fulfillment as it helps you to be open to new ideas, changes and events. It can also help entrepreneurs with business skills that will help bring in financial security. Use it in all types of prosperity rituals or for scrying by candlelight or sunlight.
Tigers Eye also is an excellent protection stone that keeps the "evil eye" away. It was traditionally carried as a talisman against ill wishes and curses. When using this stone, breathe in the power of the golden light and allow it to create the aura of a tiger so it will turn back all those attempting harm upon you.
It combines Earth energy with the energy of the sun to create a high vibrational state that is nevertheless grounded - drawing spiritual energies to the earth.

The story of the origin of Amethyst comes from Greek (and later, as we see here, Roman) legends: "The god of wine, Bacchus, was insulted one day by a mere mortal. He swore that the next mortal that crossed his path, would be attacked by his fierce tigers. Along came a beautiful maiden named Amethysta. Goddess Diana turned Amethysta into a beautiful statue of Quartz to save her from the tigers' claws. Remorseful, Bacchus wept tears of wine over the stone maiden, creating a lively purple stone."
Known as the "Stone of Spirit" or the "Stone of Integrity," Amethyst has been long associated with purity and piety. It is the stone of the Buddha, and in Tibet it is popularly used in the making of prayer beads called Mala beads which are used in the practice of meditation.
Purple has long been considered a royal color, so it is no surprise that Amethysts are featured in the British Crown Jewels. They were also a favorite of Catherine the Great. Many Catholic bishop's rings are made of Amethyst. Beads of Amethyst have been found in Anglo-Saxon graves in England.
Amethyst was used as a gemstone by the ancient Egyptians. Egyptian soldiers wore Amethyst in battle in order to retain their courage.

► ***AGATE LORE***
Agate has also been said to possess mystical powers. Legend says that wearing or carrying agate guards against negativity, and permits wearers to view themselves with clarity and the world with a broad viewpoint. It is also believed to ensure pleasant dreams.
Agate's most noticeable properties overall are balancing yin/yang energy, courage, protection.
Agate is a stone of strength. It was used by the Ancients on the breastplates of armor to give warriors strength and make them victorious in battle.
Agate enhances spiritual creativity, It is also known as a good luck stone. As a stone of harmony, one of the things agate does is balance yin/yang energy. Agate increases spiritual energy. However, because it is a grounding stone, it does not increase spiritual energy at all times, but rather enables bursts of spiritual energy as needed. In this way, agate is a conservation stone, and enhances outdoor rituals.
Agate is a very protective stone. It makes an excellent stone for amulets, Mojo bags, jewelry, or just to carry around in a pocket.
Agates are among the oldest good luck and spiritual healing stones. In general agate enables the wearer to choose between true friends and falls ones. It is said to avert storms and lightning, and protect one from negativity, and to bring prosperity.


SELF ALIGNMENT - 5 Stone Reiki Shaman Set - Rose Quarts (Love) Hemitite (Balance) Tigers Eye (Courage) Amethyst (Soothing) Agate (Luck)


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