Small Bloodstone Heart Pendant
The small bloodstone heart pendant is 1/2″ in length.
Bloodstone has been a vital stone in the history of human beings for centuries. Mined for over 5,000 years, Bloodstone has been prized as jewelry, cups, insignias, as a talisman, and for its “magical” properties. At one time in history, Bloodstone’s magical properties included invisibility, healing a nosebleed, controlling the weather, and preserving health and youth.
Bloodstone is known as the hero’s stone, as heliotrope, and blood jasper. This multi-colored stone helps you recognize the benefit of turmoil prior to renewal. Bloodstone is known to help with courage and encourages you not to be selfish. It helps to calm your mind so you can make better decisions.
Believed to control the weather and banish evil by the ancients.
Called the Stone of Babylon by Alexander the Great.
Ancient magicians believed it could make them invisible.
Because of the red flecks of blood, for a time bloodstone was called, “Christ’s Stone.”
Bloodstone can be classified as quartz or a chalcedony but is actually a combination of the two.
Base, Sacral, Higher Heart
Cleanses and aligns the lower chakras.
Cleanse in by running through incense or smudge smoke, place on brown rice, run through non-tap water.
Energize in full moonlight.
Blood cleanser, emotional balancer. Excellent for women to stabilize the drain of the monthly cycle; for men who work around fire and earth energies. Dynamic courage.
Bloodstone at Crystal Life
All of our stones are hand-selected by Crystal Life President, Atala Toy. After hundreds of thousands of years in the earth, they are eager to begin work with their new human partners! When stones arrive at Crystal Life, they are welcomed warmly by staff members and the store’s resident nature spirits. The stones are energetically cleared on a regular basis, to help them maintain their own inherent peaceful characteristics and personalities while being visited by so many store guests.
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