Black Coral eliminates toxins and removes negative entities. Highly prized by the ancient Mayans, it emits a soft, subtle all-encompassing protective shield around the subtle body, encouraging a gentle self-confidence. This stone helps with problem solving.
Many cultures believed black coral had mystical attributes. The most well known among these groups are the Mayans, who used it for ornamental purposes.
Black Coral is the state gem of Hawaii.
This type of coral is believed to carry masculine energy. It may enhance fertility.
Black coral are also called Antipatharians. They thrive in abyssal levels of water in tropical ecosystems. They have long been used for both decorative and medical purposes.
This stone is not known to be associated with any chakras.
You can place this stone in full moon moonlight to energize. It can also be moved through sage smoke or incense, placed in rice, or buried in the earth overnight.
This stone is associated with Scorpio and Capricorn.
Coral is thought to help strengthen the bones and aid the functions of the circulatory system. It can also assist with tissue regeneration.
Disclaimer: Crystal meanings and spiritual healing lore are not a prescription, diagnosis or healthcare information. They are presented as spiritual supports to healing and other life issues. See a doctor or licensed medical practitioner for all health issues.
Black Coral at Crystal Life
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