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Black Tourmaline pyramid 1.75 to 2 inch [RACTOURBL-PYR-1.75]


This black tourmaline pyramid is a powerful tool and is highly praised for its ability to absorb negative energy. This is a pyramid of carved and polished Black Tourmaline is also known as Schorl and is well known as a purifying stone that deflects and transforms negative energy, and thus is very protective. It can transform and remove negativity from an individual or an environment. It is often used as an aura cleanser, and can help one attain higher levels of awareness. Black tourmaline is also used for repelling and protecting one from black magick, and is often said to return the negative spell to the sender. Black tourmaline has also been used to deflect radiation energy from tv's and computer monitors. Emotionally, black tourmaline is excellent for dispelling fears, obsessions, and neuroses, bringing emotional stability. Physically, black tourmaline can strengthen the immune system, help with heart disease, arthritis, and gout. Associated Zodiac sign is Capricorn. It is associated with the root or base chakra, and is excellent for grounding excess energy.

Rub black tourmaline for luck and happiness. This is a powerful stone and a very lucky stone. When the tourmaline is rubbed it becomes charged with magnetic electricity and the luck intensifies.

A pyramid is a great tool for channeling energy and helping to balance that is within and without. The pyramid is a wonderful tool for crystal healing, ritual and magical practice. Pyramids are known to attract and direct energy.

Measuring approximately  1.75 to 2  inch square based pyramids stand approximately 1.25 to 2 inch tall, with exact sizes varying.

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 25 August, 2020.


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