GeoFossils« Shungite Inner Core Tumblestone (20-25mm) 5pack

SKU: HQ-3OQJ-J4PV
GeoFossils« Shungite Inner Core Tumblestone (20-25mm) 5pack

GeoFossils« Shungite Inner Core Tumblestone (20-25mm) 5pack

SKU: HQ-3OQJ-J4PV
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Shungite is very old... ancient in fact... said to be around 2 billion years old. It is an extraordinarily positive stone... and using it may bring you a variety of blessings. It has active metaphysical properties with strong healing powers. This is an amazing stone, and one that is beneficial to a healthy life. This is because it will cleanse water then infuse it with a potent healing vibration. The energy embodied within this ancient stone is said to absorb and eliminate anything that is a health hazard to human life. It is the only known natural material known to contain Fullerenes. Fullerenes are powerful anti-oxidants... and they were brought to our attention when research on them gained the scientists a Nobel prize This is a rare stone... and has been found only in the Karelia area in Russia. It is not new to people of the region, as Czar Peter was known to have come to the region to use water that had been infused with this mineral. The origin of this ancient, 2 billion year old stone is clouded in mystery... as how it came to occur on this planet is unclear. Some say Shungite may have been formed in ancient oceans, and ended up on the land when land forms changed. Others think maybe it came to earth from outer space on a meteorite. Really no one knows and it seems to me that scientists are guessing at how it formed. How it formed is interesting but is it crucial to know this? What is important to me is how this stone works in your life, and the fact that it contains Fullerenes.

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