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Septarian

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Crystal Description

Concretions are formed from a 'mineral cement' filling the porosity of sedimentary rock. Concretions are commonly composed of Calcite, Chert, Flint, Jasper, Goethite and Hematite. They can also be composed of other minerals including Dolomite, Ankerite, Siderite, Pyrite, Marcasite, Barite and Gypsum. Concretions often form by the precipitation of a considerable amount of cementing material around a nucleus, often organic, such as a leaf, tooth, piece of shell or fossil.

Septarian concretions or Septarian nodules, are concretions containing angular cavities or cracks, which are called 'septaria'. Septarian usually contain crystals precipitated from circulating solutions, usually of Calcite, Siderite or Pyrite. Some Septarian may also contain small Calcite stalactites and well-shaped Pyrite crystals.

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Metaphysical Properties

Septarian stimulates the base chakra allowing one to feel rooted in the physical body. Septarian facilitates the alignment of the auric bodies, chakras and meridians. Septarian provides energetic protection at the physical, emotional and etheric levels.

Septarian is said to be a teacher and an ally for study, promoting deep appreciation of the creative forces of nature.

Septarian is conducive to careers in public speaking.

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Crystal Healing Uses

Septarian can help alleviate pain.

Septarian can assist in the treatment of gout.

Septarian supports cellular regeneration.

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Details

Colour:grey to black, yellow, golden brown
Class:Mineraloid
Group:Amorphous, Concretion
Formations:spherical, elliptical, massive
Localities:Worldwide
Chemical Composition: 
Hardness:7
Lustre:vitreous to greasy, translucent to opaque
Cleavage: 
Varieties:similar concretions: Boji™ Stones, Moqui Marbles, Kansas Pop Rock

Disclaimer:

All crystal healing uses, magical uses and metaphysical definitions are provided as a means of education, and do not imply a guarantee of effect. Those suffering from illness should consult with their General Practitioner in the first instance. Crystal healing is a holistic complementary healthcare practice and should be carried out by a suitably qualified crystal healing practitioner.

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