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GREENLAND

20 x 16 x 13 (mm)

£6.75

Product Description

This is a lovely and rare natural small Kakortokite crystal tumblestone from Illimaussaq Complex, Kangerdlussaq Fjord, Julianebab District, Southern Greenland which weighs 7.8 grams and measurements taken at the widest points are approximately 20 mm x 16 mm x 13 mm.  This specimen is also found in Alaska and is known as 'Lopar's Blood'.   

This is new stock and the photo has been taken dry and in daylight lovingly charged by the sun (as much as we get at this time of year).   I haven't had much time to work with this particular crystal specimen yet as I have just received it so the following extracts are taken from Judy Hall's, The Crystal Bible Volume 2.

 'Kakortokite is a high-energy stone imbued with life force and vitality.'

'This stone teaches how to 'breathe and be', experiencing at one and the same time a physical connection with the earth and a spiritual connection with the infinity of being.  It shows that what is in front of your eyes is the perfect manifestation of where and what you need to be right now.'

'Kakortokite is formed geothemally from red Eudialyte and black Arfvedsonite in white Syenite : a powerful fusion of energy and colour.  This Plutonian stone unites earth, base, heart, crown and soul star chakras, opening the way for an in-pouring of light and activating a cosmic anchor, securing it in the earth's core.'

'Karmically it draws together soul companions and members of a soul group and throws light on the reason for the reunion, which may be complex and to do with ancient soul purpose.  This stone is useful for checking out whether soul contracts and soul imperatives are still valid.  If letting go is required Kakortokite helps in cutting ties and for giving yourself and your party'

You will receive the natural Kakortokite crystal tumblestone in the picture. 

Thankyou for looking.