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This magick amulet is made from a quartz point that's been infused with Iron Oxide (Which is also the main ingredients for Hematite!) It measures about 2" in length, and is wrapped carefully with red copper wire and accented by a pewter pentagram. It is suspended on a heavier gunmetal plated chain that measures about 18".

This Quartz point has a coating of Iron Oxide
on the inside and outside of them. This combines
the properties of quartz and hematite. Hematite is
generally a stone of strong relationships. Quartz amplifies
the effect of magick and other gemstone's innate powers.
In Magick, Orange symbolizes Optimism. In small patches,
pink shows up on the stone. Pink is symbolic of romance
and emotional love. This amulet has been asked to show
it's wearer to be strong in matters of love, and to
never give up.
It should be noted that quartz has a memory. Cleanse it
and carry it with you always to store your energies
and emotions in it. I have cleansed it before packaging it,
but I say anoint or cleanse it as you see fit.
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
1000x750px 246 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot A1100 IS
Shutter Speed
1/60 second
Aperture
F/2.7
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Jul 13, 2010, 2:27:10 AM
Sensor Size
1mm
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cRavE-12's avatar
Oh i like the marbling effect the Iron Oxide creates in the quartz!
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I know, I love it! Thanks for noticing (:
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It's lovely! It it a drilled hole through the crystal or how does it stay in place?
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I have to use a lot of pressure when wire wrapping to make sure it stays in place. It's undrilled. It feels to me like the power in the quartz is more natural that way. (:
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xD Thanks so much!
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