Sunstone and Moonstone Mix Sphere
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Gorgeous Sunstone and Moonstone Mix Sphere
This gorgeous sphere is a mix of two materials, Sunstone and Moonstone. The flash all over is just stunning. Sunstone on one side and moonstone on the other, making it a beautiful all round flash
weighs 37g and is 2.9cm
It is said that Sunstone is said to be good luck and good fortune. It clears and energises all the chakras. Sunstone instills good nature, heightens intuition and allows the real self to shine through happily. It dissipates fearfulness, alleviates stress and increases vitality.
The Sunstone was uncovered first in the Fjord sweeping lands of Norway, it was said that the Vikings used this shimmering bright stone as a compass to find their way across the cold cobalt blue waters and onto greener pastures. Even beyond the ancient Nordic texts, the Sunstone was also said to be a beautiful healer in Native American culture and is said to have earned its shading from the blood of a great wounded warrior. Sunstone has crept to every corner of myth and legend with even the Ancient Greeks believing that this precious piece of warmth came from the sun god.
It is said that Moonstone is said to increase our sensitivity to the Feminine Divine, to heighten intuition, and to open us up to our psychic gifts. It encourages hope and inspiration to allow us to wish, aspire, and flow in harmony with our dreams. Moonstone is said to induce restful sleep, and aid in lucid dreaming. It is also said that Moonstone is Considered a stone of the goddess, Moonstone is associated with the moon, the tides, femininity, and the subconscious.
Sunstone is a member of the Feldspar family, and is named for its warm shades of gold, orange, reds and browns that sparkle like the sun. Inclusions of Goethite or Hematite refract light between the different crystal layers and produce an iridescent effect as the stone is viewed from various angles. Sunstone may be clear and transparent, or opaque, and is readily available on the market. Clean red specimens, however, are rare.