The beauty and healing energy of this natural copper and Kingman turquoise duo is compelling. I mean these two specimens are strong independently…but together? First of all, you should know that Kingman turquoise from Arizona is the rarest turquoise on the planet. The Kingman mine was closed for many years and only recently re-opened in limited production runs in 2004. The value of this turquoise alone is $45. So I’m offering an insane price for this duo.
I’ve studied turquoise for years. Did you know that the Hopi, Lakota, and Navajo all view turquoise as a talisman of wealth and prosperity? And in Native American tribes it is carried during vision questing to strengthen the body, mind, and spirit during spiritual exploration. Turquoise heals the body on both the material (physical) and etheric planes, sealing up holes in the aura and protecting your energy while it works to improve circulation of both blood and energy.
I use copper to open and heal my sacral chakra, aligning my experience of sex and love and grounding my physical body. It offers rooted healing properties that are gentler than other tools like black tourmaline or hematite. And elementally, it offers grounding properties that are different from gemstones and minerals. It’s important to consider the alchemy of metal when building a magical library of sacred tools, and copper is one of the most important magical metals. In alchemical traditions, it represents Venus, love, and sex – and thus is associated with both the heart and sacral chakras.
This is a potent healing duo that works wonders from head to toe, mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Hold one of these in each hand during meditation, but use it sparingly. Like I said, it’s strong.
This listing is for one (1) piece of Kingman turquoise, about .5-1” in size, and one piece of natural copper, about 1.25” in size. Your duo will come parceled in organza, with a romance card to describe the properties of each stone and a single white sage leaf for clearing energies.
Note: This item was not produced or purported to be produced by any Indian artisan or tribe. Use of the terms Native American, American Indian, or Indian is not included for marketing purposes.
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