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Fairy Stones / Healing Stones

In 2009 I was introduced to a very cool stone by a friend in Tucson. These crystals have a deep way of healing, allowing one to open and see into what the situation is. When I got them home my first experience with them was a way to work on the body holding them on both sides of an area with trauma and circling the stones to  guide energy into the area with the trauma, help relieve the congestion and create movement once again. Looking back now, I can see how these crystals had worked without me needing to set the intention as well. My friend and I had some energy enter our relationship which stirred the pot, and while difficult, helped jar a few stuck areas loose for me.

These are powerful stones, that have a capacity for knowing what to help move to allow us to grow. A great help as we have a way of ignoring what needs to move, the traumas we hold, after a while that they are with us. While challenging to move through, the freedom thats created by moving the trauma through is worth the effort.

These stones have been appreciated for a long time by the native community that lives around these stones birthplace.

Below is what has been written about them.

 

The Indian Story of the FAIRY STONE, Northern Quebec version.

The Indians call them ''FAIRY STONES'' for since hundreds of years.  They often carried them as lucky charms when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions.  Lovers offered the most beautiful ''FAIRY STONES'' to their loved ones.  The biggest specimens occupied a place of honor in their homes, or according to the legend, these special stones assured a protection against the bad spirits.  They also brought Good Health and Prosperity to the occupants of the premise.  One of the main rivers where to find fairy stones is the Harricana river, the second longest river in Canada so these '' fairy stones '' are at the origin of the name Harricana river.  In effects, when the first Indians came up the rivers towards Abitibi, a stop on these beaches made them realized the presence of these strange pebbles which for them; strangely look like ''biscuits''. This is the reason they named the river ''Harricana'' which means ''river of the biscuits'' in Algonquin language.

The originality and the forms of these stones are a phenomenon proper to Northern Quebec,Canada. They formed especially on the bottom of very big lakes with a glacier origin.  These stones are found in the soft deposits of the quaternary where they were found in the ponds having occupied the depression of the retreat of the big glacial front: subsequently they were carried by the water and deposited on the shores of some particular lakes and rivers.

The superior face of the concretion is usually smooth and regular as for the inferior face is often rough with puffed up spherics.  The irregular lines on certain stones are caused by the traces left by miniature worms or organic remains which were fossilized millions of years ago, as if earth wanted to keep them in the memory of its geological computer!

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