Black Obsidian Point
2.5-3.5"L x 3/4"W 2-3 oz
|Handcrafted|NOT MADE IN CHINA|
|No machine duplicates|
Every Crystal is Unique! You'll Receive One Similar to the Photographs pictured above.
Obsidian is of the Amorphous
Found in Mexico and volcanic regions
Zodiac Sign #Sagittarius
Obsidian is of the Amorphous Crystal system Found in Mexico and volcanic regions Zodiac Sign #Sagittarius Planet #Saturn
Obsidian has no crystalline structure and because of that it is said to have no boundaries or limitations and works extremely fast with great power.
Exposes flaws, weaknesses, blockages, and disempowering conditions, nothing can be hidden. Provides deep soul healing Obsidian goes back into past lives to heal festering emotions or trauma carried forward into the present Obsidian is a powerful protective stone Forms a shield against negativity, providing a grounding cord from the base chakra to the center of the earth It absorbs negative energies from the environment and blocks psychic attack and negative spiritual influences Black obsidian is shamanic stone and was widely used by the #Aztecs
Obsidian draws out negativity and REPELS CURSES grounds the soul and spiritual forces in the physical plane and brings them under the direction of your conscious will Obsidian is a strong stone and will magnify negative energy so it can be fully experienced and released Can even be used to heal the ancestral or family line and reverse the misuse of power
Obsidian is a volcanic glass that is formed when molten lava cools too quickly for crystals to form. It is found in many different colors, ranging from black, to blue, to green, and even red. Obsidian has been used by humans for hundreds of thousands of years, and was especially important to early cultures as a tool-making material. It was used to make arrowheads, knives, and spear points by early hunter-gatherer societies, as well as to make ornaments and jewelry, create mirrors and weapons. Obsidian has a relatively low melting point, making it easy to work with and shape into tools. The ancient Aztecs and Mayans used obsidian for ceremonial purposes, creating objects such as mirrors and masks. Obsidian is made up of numerous minerals, such as silicon dioxide and magnetite. It was so valued by early cultures that it was often used as a form of currency or traded as a valuable commodity.