Euphoralite (Transformation) 015
Transformation Euphoralite may contain Blue Tourmaline, Gold Mica, Albite, Purple Lepidolite, Quartz, and Black Tourmaline.
Euphoralite is a name for a group of minerals found together in one chimney dike mine in the Black Hills area of South Dakota. Minerals at the mine include garnet, black, tourmaline, blue tourmaline, mica, feldspar, purple lepidolite, yellow lepidolite and many others. The minerals may have formed as long ago as 2.8 billion years.
The mine is located in a sacred area. The indigenous people of the land including the Lakota, Dakota, and Cheyenne held many of the surrounding mountains and caves as Holy. The Lakota believe the Black Hills are the center of the world. This tells us, they are, in some way, an energetic center.
There are a finite number of these euphoralite minerals. They are very healing stones that also create shifts in consciousness. They were named by their discoverer, Gary, because when he found the mine, feelings of love, peace and acceptance came over him.
When a stone is what it is because of the place it is from, there will be one current of energy running through every piece. Like a group mind or oversoul energy that comes through each piece.
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