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What is a pendulum?
A pendulum is a divination tool that provides answers to questions from the subconscious within your intuitive self. Pendulum includes a handout on how to use your divination tool, a sachet for carrying and protecting the pendulum.
It should be blessed before each session and you should be relaxed with a clear mind while using it.
Hold the end of the chain and ask it to show what no, yes and maybe looks like and see how it swings for each of these answers. This is the language of your pendulum. Then hold the pendulum by the end of the chain and ask the questions.
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What is Gold Stone used for?
Often mistaken as a mineral, goldstone is actually a glittering man made glass. It is typically reddish brown with coppery flecks but also comes in green, blue, and purple, with more silvery specks. The other varieties are named after it, like green goldstone, blue goldstone, etc. Goldstone was known historically as aventurine glass, from its Italian name avventurina, “accidental”, fromthe rootavventura meaning “by luck, chance, or risk”. The name may refer to the random nature of its spangles or the difficulty in producing it.
In gem folklore, it was first produced accidentally. The legend has many variations. A monk, or factory worker, randomly knocked copper shavings into molten glass, alchemists discovered it during their attempts to produce gold, or monks practicing alchemy created the secret recipe. This explains its trade names: monk's stone, monkgold, gold flux, and even goldstone itself. Sometimes it is falsely represented as a natural material secretly mined by monks or still hand crafted by them.
The hidden virtues of a mineral are revealed in its geology, cultural associations, and effect on the chakra system:
Glass: Because it is reflective and forms a transparent barrier, glass represents spiritual protection. Traditional uses from Egyptian amulets to Greek evil eye beads draw on this symbolism. While goldstone is specifically associated with alchemy in gem lore, all glass supports personal transformation. Natural glass like obsidian, tektites, and fulgurites are the product of heavenly or underworld fire. Man made glass was once as magical. Because it allows light to pass through it, glass signifies the flow of spiritual energy between the physical and spiritual realms.
2. Good Fortune: Because of its etymology from the Italian avventura, “by luck, chance, risk”, aventurine glass is associated with abundance, good luck, and games of chance. It can also be translated as “by fortune”, so it is associated with reading future trends, like divination.
3. Adventure: Adventure, venture, and aventurine glass all come from the same Latin word, adventura, “a thing about to happen”. The words are so close, many people mispronounce it as “adventurine” glass. Many of goldstone's contemporary meanings come from this word play. It is recommended for ambition, confidence, and evaluating risk. Also safe travel, trip planning,and enjoying life.
4. Copper: There are ancient associations between copper, the planet Venus, and love goddesses across cultures, from the Egyptian Hathor to Greek Aphrodite. Each of the spangles in goldstone is a microscopic copper crystal that formed as the glass cooled. Goldstone shares the metal's metaphysical properties: attracting abundance, harmonizing relationships, and creativity. Because copper is a good conductor of electricity, it is a popular tool to direct spiritual energy.Goldstone can be used for energy work, physical vitality, and to charge other minerals.
4. Gold: Although it is produced from copper, its golden color and trade names associate it with gold. Gold is the metal of the Sun and goldstone may also be known as sunstone. Like copper, the metaphysical properties of gold are abundance, energy, and creativity. [www.whateverworkswellness.com]
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From birth, she was raised along the northwest of the Pacific Ocean by her mystic father. He who is heavily embedded with Louisiana roots practiced Hoodoo & Voodoo with a huge influence of sacred teachings from Native American traditions. By nature, her grandmother actively invited magic into their daily life with the guidance of her ancestral spirits to nurture and develop the young Goddess.
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