Amethyst Angel, Geode, Quartz Crystal, Apache Tear, Black Shungite Tile
This angelic shungite garden is a visual explosion of purple amethyst!
The garden features an angel hand carved from gorgeous chevon amethyst. She sits upon a polished black shungite tile with one colorless quartz crystal, one large Apache Tear, and a section of Amethyst geode.
This set energetically offers EMF protection, spiritual connection, intuition, imagination, and calming of the mind. More of the gemstone properties are outlined below.
Would make a unique and memorable gift for someone you love!
Amethyst angel: 53 x 35 x 15 mm
Amethyst geode: 95 x 50 x 50 mm
Black shungite tile: 4 inch square (polished on top side only)
*Tile bottom has four rubber feet added to protect your furniture.
What do the stones do, exactly?
Shungite offers protection from EMFs. How? Its unique molecular carbon structure transforms the EMFs into biologically harmless frequencies. Many EMF sensitive people feel better when they have shungite nearby. It is also said to block negative energy and act as a detoxifier of free radicals, viruses, bacteria, chemicals, and other toxic agents. Genuine shungite is extremely rare and comes from only one place - Karelia, Russia.
Amethyst is known for banishing negative thoughts, soothing emotions, and calming the mind. It is also said to enhance intuitive and psychic ability, deepen spiritual connections, and improve the imagination. Helps with headaches and body aches and supports respiratory tract.
Crystal quartz is an all-around master healer. Assists with manifestation of intentions, clarity of mind, removing energy blockages, and promoting smooth energy glow throughout the body. Supportive of all the chakras, but especially helpful in activating the crown chakra and expanding consciousness. Restores balance to the body, including the immune system.
Apache tears are a natural, off-round type of obsidian (volcanic glass, not crystals). They are known for emotional clearing and grief resolution, as well as grounding and protection. Most volcanic glass is very powerful, given its fiery origin, but apache tears have a gentler energy and rougher appearance. Geologically, they were formed by being thrown up into the air during an eruption, cooling rapidly, and then falling to Earth. Native lore says Apache tears are the fallen tears of grief-stricken American Indian women after warriors chose to leap off a cliff to their deaths, rather than being captured by the Cavalry.