Pink Botswana Agate | Tumbled
The Tumbled Pink Botswana Agate is approximately 1″ in size.
Botswana agate enhances creativity and encourages exploration of the unknown. Additionally, it is grounding, enabling you to find new solutions to physical and spiritual issues.
Botswana agate’s name comes from the Republic of Botswana in southern Africa where it is mined and where hominids have lived for around two million years. The modern people of Botswana have a vibrant culture with world class art and cuisine as well as the expected array of wildlife and some of the world’s most stunning scenery.
Lungs. Botswana agate is said to be “the smoker’s antidote.”
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Agate Family Traits
Agates are grounding stones so they assist in bringing about emotional, physical and mental balance. Because these stones harmonize Yin/Yang and positive/negative energies they soothe, and bring clarity and concentration to all situations. Additionally, agates heal emotional trauma, providing a sense of safety and security by dissolving tension.
Agate improves your energy and confidence. It shows you the truth of situations. Agate will help you with emotional balance, offering courage, balance, and endurance to body, mind, and spirit and smoothing and stabilizing the aura. Agate also assists with precision of inner sight by helping you get in touch with your inner self. It transmutes dark emotions, such as jealousy, bitterness, and resentment. The gifts of agate are self-acceptance and forgiveness.
Agate Folklore & History
In ancient Mesopotamia, humans engraved agate stones with seals. These were symbols of power and authority.
Ancient Romans used agate to create mortar and pestles to grind their medicines.
Legends state that eagles carry pieces of agate to their nest to protect their young.
Agate is also associated with Archangel Michael.
Agates are semi-precious gemstones and are a variegated form of chalcedony. There are thousands of types of agate.
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