FAIRY STONE / GODDESS STONE Specimen From Harricana River, QC!
This is an unusual "Fairy Stone", AKA glacial concretion, from the Harricana River in Quebec, Canada! I have seen these sometimes called "Goddess Stones" recently. This specimen has not been sealed in any way - it has been left entirely natural. Because of this, there are faint traces of powdery sediment present on the surface of the stone.
Fairy Stones are a kind of glacial concretion. This particular one is from the Harricana River in Quebec, Canada. The river's name means "River of the Biscuits" in the native tongue of the Algonquin tribe that make their home in the area. This funny name comes from these interesting fairy stones, which the natives thought resembled biscuits! Fairy Stones were thought to be good luck, bring prosperity and good health to their owner, and provide protection from negative energies or spirits. The biggest specimens were given a place of honor in the home and lovers often exchanged these funny looking rocks as tokens of their affection. Fairy Stones are made of fine sand and clay compressed and solidified by nature. The specific look and interesting shapes of this particular kind of Fairy Stone is a phenomenon unique to Northern Quebec! (Another kind, with different coloring/physical characteristics, has been discovered in Morocco.) Fairy Stones are often made up of clusters of spherical shapes or a single round piece. Sometimes you can see interesting and subtle lines on one face which are traces/tracks left by miniature worms or sometimes various organic remains which were fossilized thousands of years ago. Whether you are giving this unusual and unique specimen to a loved one OR keeping it for yourself, it is sure to be a special addition to your collection!
It weighs about 2.8oz and measures approximately 3 9/16" inches long X 1 1/2" inches wide (at the widest point). Code071318-108
Fairy Stones are thought to help establish a stronger connection with Mother Earth and the feminine energy. They are also sometimes called "Goddess Stones", and are thought to have a particularly calming energy.
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Sherry has been interviewed for Sci Fi / History channel documentaries about crystal skulls ,including on the History channel, series "Ancient Aliens" and with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM. Synergy and Sherry are featured in the Avalon video production about Crystal Skulls, entitled "Echoes From the Ages: Talking Story with Crystal Skulls" and have been involved in the SciFi channel Ghosthunters TAPSCON paranormal convention in Florida, as well as having been featured at many, many Crystal Skull, Metaphysical, Spiritual and Native gatherings across the the world.
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