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Amethyst Cacoxenite (what we refer to as "Sacred Seven") was first described around 1825, is said to be a combination of seven different mineral varieties: Amethyst, Clear Quartz, Smokey Quartz, Rutile, Goethite, Lepidocrocite, Cacoxenite. Sometimes there are inclusions of Hematite as well.
("Super Seven" as trademarked by Melody who discovered this stone, is also called "Sacred Seven" or "Melody's Stone". We respect Melody's trademark and that is why we refer to Sacred Seven as Amethyst Cacoxenite. To be technically correct, Amethyst Cacoxenite is a light to dark purple crystal with golden brown thread-like markings throughout.)
Amethyst Cacoxenite amplifies the vibrations of other crystals in its vicinity. It can cleanse the Crown chakra, but will align all the chakras and is believed to be an all-around healing stone. Amethyst Cacoxenite allows us to feel confidence in ourselves as well as our work and environments. It is beneficial for increasing psychic awareness, intuition and angel work.
Amethyst protects and soothes; Smokey Quartz is grounding; Clear Quartz and Rutile amplify energy; Goethite aides in communication as well as clairaudience; Lepidocrocite clears thought processes to allow for knowledge input; Cacoxenite generates new ideas while allowing you to see the positive. The potent combination of all of these stones adds up to a more powerful vibration as a whole that will lend itself to heal body, mind and spirit.
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