Wire Wrapped Auralite23
Direct from the miner, this is real Canadian Auralite-23 and wrapped in-house by justin with silver-coated copper wire.
The name “AURALITE-23” is derived from the northern Aurora Borealis lights. In Norse mythology, the lights were the spears, armor, and helmets of the warrior women known as the Valkyries. They rode on horseback, leading fallen soldiers to their final resting place at Valhalla. (reference 3)
Auralite-23 crystals are highly transformative. Auralite-23 gemstones seem to have an agenda - to aid us in our spiritual evolution and in the development of our conscious awareness. These crystals are playing a very important role in the transformation of our Mother Earth and her creatures. (reference 4) Brings balance and harmony to a person’s life. It also works towards the overall wellbeing of the body, mind, and soul. (reference 5)
The crystals themselves are structured layers of phantom chevrons composed of three base three quartz species, Amethyst, Citrine, and a rare form of metamicted green quartz. The mineral compounds they contain reportedly include Titanite, Cacoxenite, Lepidocrosite, Ajoite, Hematite, Magnetite, Pyrite, Goethite, Pyrolusite, Gold, Silver, Platinum, Nickel, Copper, Iron, Limonite, Sphalerite, Covellite, Chalcopyrite, Gialite, Epidote, Bornite, and Rutile.
Auralite-23 crystals are about 1.2 billion years old, having been formed during the Meso-Proterozoic age, at the time when multicellular creatures first emerged and began to flourish. It has been suggested that meteoric impacts during this time brought rare metallic ores to the surface, where they eventually dissolved and were incorporated into the structure of the growing Amethyst crystal now called Auralite. The elements identified by assays using x-ray diffraction include up to 23 different minerals present in various samples. (reference 1)
Within this family of crystals, scientists have identified twenty-three earth elements and minerals. The average crystal contains at least seventeen of the following (reference 1):
Collected in: Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
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