Innate energies of Turritella Agate

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The Innate Energies of Turritella Agate

The Stone of Connections 
Connecting with all that have come before you in your ancestral line, as well as past life connections with those same souls through Earth energy.
 
Chakra: Earth Star
Element: Earth
Energy: Both Receptive & Projective
Number: 1 and 4
Planet: Saturn & Earth
Zodiac: Capricorn & Sagittarius

Body Alchemy

Physical 
Strength and general healing.
Mental 
Survival instincts & stability.
Emotional 
None

Soul Alchemy

Ancestral communication & exploration, recognizing negative repeating patterns perpetuated in the present lifetime, protection, & soul level wisdom. 

Environmental Alchemy

Environmental size pieces, (3+inches), can be utilized to invoke the innate energies of this stone in your space. 

Minerology:

Turritella Agate is a variety of Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family. It is rich, earthy brown or black, and recognized by the sea creature and fossilized snail patterns within the stone, or in a thick coating around it.

The name Agate comes from the Achetes River in Sicily, where Agates were first found. Usually banded in layers, or stripes, some varieties have "eye" markings, or specks of color, some have fossilized inclusions, and others are solid. Called the earth rainbow, the concentric bands of Agate form in nearly every color the earth can produce, including a colorless form.

History

Historically, Agate has been discovered with the artifacts of Neolithic people, and was used as healing amulets and ornamentation dating back to Babylon. Its medicinal uses continued through the ancient Greek and Egyptian civilizations, and spread throughout Africa and the Middle East into Russia. Agate sparked a world renowned stonecutting and polishing industry in Germany that flourished from the 15th to the 19th century, and exists today. [Simmons, 6][Mella, 67-68] 

Empowered Blessings Y'all ~ RZ


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