Brookite & Moldavite Pendant Sterling Silver #2686
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This Brookite in quartz & Moldavite silver pendant is one of a kind. The gemstones were set by an artist in our studio. All of our Moldavite is genuine, sourced from the Czech Republic, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Moldavite is one of the Synergy 12 Stones for activating the light body and is known as "the stone of transformation". It brings rapid spiritual evolution while ushering in change necessary for alignment to one's path in life. Those sensitive to the high vibration of this stone often experience the "Moldavite Flush" causing a sudden and spontaneous opening of the Heart chakra. Combined with other minerals this unusual green tektite also amplifies the energy of other stones.
Brookite is one of the most powerful stones known for expanding a person's awareness beyond the physical body. It is one of the Synergy 12 Stones described by Robert Simmons for activating the Light Body. It attracts and retains energy that can be used for energizing the chakras. This power stone also aids in attaining an expanded awareness in order to better communicate with higher dimensional beings. Brookite works very well with Moldavite, Phenacite, and all of the other Synergy 12 stones.
Quartz is a piezoelectric stone, meaning it has the ability to generate or emit electric current. Quartz is a mineral that can be programmed with intention to resonate with your healing goals. It harmonizes with all other stones, enhances clarity, healing, and promotes a sense of purpose in one's life.
Science & History About Brookite
Brookite crystallizes in the form of tabular and plate-like crystals. The color ranges from reddish brown to black, and the crystals have a metallic and almost diamond-like luster. It was named in 1852 after Henry James Brooke.
You will receive the exact pendant shown. A necklace is not included. Close-up photography is used in natural sunlight to show detail. The item may appear larger than actual size. Please see size listed for the dimensions. 1" = 25.4 millimeters.