Prophecy Stone (goethite pseudomorph after marcasite)
Prophecy Stone (goethite pseudomorph after marcasite)
Prophecy Stone (goethite pseudomorph after marcasite)

Prophecy Stone (goethite pseudomorph after marcasite)

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Mined in Egypt’s White Desert.

In layman’s terms, this gem started out as marcasite and over time, transformed into goethite while still maintaining its marcasite properties and outer formations. It’s an extremely potent visioning stone and as its name suggests, helps you see into the future. (reference 1)

Prophecy stone is an extremely high vibrational gemstone that’s a perfect tool for meditation, shamanic journey, divination, and when you need some guidance. This gem helps you receive insights and is also a potent grounding stone, aiding you in anchoring divine messages. Prophecy stone sharpens your memory and assists you in thinking more clearly. It serves as a mental cleanser, calming any erratic emotions to create a pathway for level decision making and rational thought. Prophecy stone also carries the properties of marcasite, including introspection, reflection, higher realm connection, and upper chakra activation. Additionally, this gemstone helps channel courage, expression, and wisdom. (reference 1)

Small roughly: 85-120g

Large roughly: 120-145g

Note: You get 1 stone similar to the ones pictured. We will choose a crystal that matches this description for you. The stones shown are for illustration as these are natural items please expect some variance from item to item. Stones supplied will be very similar but not identical. 

Natural crystals may have fractures, inclusions, color variations, and characteristics that make each one unique and potentially perfectly imperfect. This site and the products or services listed are for entertainment purposes only. They are not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any ailment. Please visit a medical professional for treatment. The alleged properties are gathered from writings, books, folklore, and many other sources. They are dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a healthcare specialist.