Thunder Egg

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Earth%20605Thunder Egg is a nodule-like rock, similar to a filled geode, that is formed within rhyoliticvolcanic ash layers. Native American legend reportedly considers the rocks to be the eggs of the thunderbirds which occupied Mount Hood and Mount Jefferson. Thunder Spirits on the mountains hurled the “eggs” at each other.thunder

Thunder Eggs’ characteristic inner appearance is as if it has been torn or frozen, but until the stone is split in half there is no clue of its hidden treasure.

A Thunder Egg as one of nature’s wonders is an investment as it lifts restrictions and makes anything more possible.  A gift for a beloved relative who is going through a down period or is housebound.

thundereggHalvesIf you have always wanted to write, paint, sing, act, or make music look into your Thunder Egg and creative blocks will melt and ideas flow.

Thunder Egg can gradually remove deep seated needs for gratification, assists those who find it hard to express their personality or with negative body-image.

Physically, Thunder Egg may help to improve pain release, growths and tumours, fertility and potency later in life.thunder-egg-agate-jewelry-wire-wrapped-_resized

Zodiac: Scorpio & Capricorn

Birthstone: November & January

Chakra: Root

Sources: Arizona

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Empowerment: I will not judge by appearances.

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