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Jet is commonly used as a stone of protection, yet it also carries some wonderful healing properties, including pain relief for headaches/migraines and enhanced healing of traumatic injuries.
Working almost like an energetic filter, Jet is a wonderful grounding stone that has intense purification and protection properties. Jet is known for clearing the aura of impure energies and is an important stone for the medicine bag. Jet can be used to cleanse other crystals by placing them in a bowl with several smaller pieces of Jet. Jet can also be helpful for those experiencing an overabundance of negative energies or emotions, and has traditionally been used as a stone to alleviate grief. Not only does it draw off negative vibrations, but Jet can help the victim of these vibes to understand their original purpose and the lesson to be learned. Sensitives or empaths who suffer from exposure to negativity in the environment should carry a piece of Jet with them while exposed.
Jet is known to work synergistically with Moldavite, and can assist those who are trying to do void meditation work. Jet is a great ally to all on the spiritual path, due to its perfect combination of protective vibrations. Jet can facilitate the release of negative behavior patterns and old emotional attachments, freeing the individual for rapid personal growth. Jet can be used in combination with virtually all other stones for healing purposes. Those suffering from nervousness and hyperactive children may find a calming benefit from Jet, as it integrates higher vibrations into the lower chakras and brings a soothing sense of wholeness to the individual.
Also known as a stone of good luck, Jet makes a great gift for the person starting a new job or beginning a new business pursuit. Jet can bring clarity to a confusing situation by bringing unique insights from variant perspectives. Those who are struggling through multiple trials and tribulations will appreciate Jet's supportive energies.
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|Physical and Metaphysical Properties for|
|PROPERTIES FOR STONE|
|Affirmation:||I am filled with clarity and positive energy.|
|Question:||Do you resonate with the energy of the Earth?|
|Astrological Sign:||Capricorn (December 22 to January 19)|
|Primary Chakra:||Root Chakra|
|STONE NAME INFORMATION TAGS|
|Location:||Canada, India, Russia|
|Mineral Class:||Mineraloids Mineral Class|
|Crystal System:||Amorphous Crystal System|
|Hardness:||0.5 to 2.5 Hardness|
|Numerical Vibration:||Number 8|
|Chemical Composition:||Coal formed from carbonized/fossilized wood|
|Physical:||Altitude Sickness, Bacterial and Viral Infections, Colds and Flu, Dental Pain and Problems, DNA Damage or Repair, Epilepsy, Fever, Headache and Migraine Relief, Infection, Libido/Sex Drive, Menstrual Cramps and Menstruation, Stomach Problems/Constipation/Diarrhea, Swelling|
|Spiritual:||Grounding, Out of Body Experience, Psychic Protection, Release Unwanted Entities, Remove Attachments, Spiritual Protection|
|Extra Grade:||Beautiful jet black color, opaque, < 10% matrix|
|A Grade:||Nice black color, opaque, 10% - 25% matrix|
|B Grade:||Poor black color, opaque and/or > 25% matrix|
Posted on March 29, 2013
Jet stone, very good quality as Turkey / Erzurum is removed from underground. It is called Oltu Stone because it is removed from the underground in the Oltu district of Erzurum. Jet huge deficiency in countries where the absence of Turkey moved removed. Please correct this. Also in Georgia, jet stone is emerging. In Georgia, it is called Gagat. I am a jet jewelry manufacturer. So I have researched and it is absolutely correct information. (Submitted by: Behzat Murat on February 04, 2019)
|yes this is a very effective and powerful stone. (Submitted by: didi1967 on July 11, 2017)|
|definately a five star rating (Submitted by: michelle on September 19, 2016)|
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