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I have a Carnelian DT pencil pendant. Last night, with only being out in the moonlight and a bon-fire, when I turned to go to the car, the pendant was glowing as if it was lit up, I could not believe how it looked. Have you had that happen before and what could it be from?
Thanks so much for your question about your Carnelian. I have seen crystals light up like that...and I have a fondness for Carnelian so I know that Carnelian does like to light up when it is energized.
It sounds like you had a lot of energy going on around the pendant with moonlight and a bonfire. Carnelian is a fiery type of crystal so it would have reacted with a lot of energy from the bonfire. I also think that it was picking up on your emotional energy from the moonlight and the other activities going on around you. It sounds as if you have a very vibrant and personal connection with this pendant. I would suggest that you make sure it gets plenty of sunlight to keep it energized and keep it close to you. Even if you don't want to wear it everyday you might want to keep it in your bag or leave it hanging by your bed (as long as its energy does not keep you awake).
Thank you again for reaching out to us and for your support of Healing Crystals.com. I hope that I have been able to help and that you will not hesitate to contact me with any other questions. I hope that you continue to enjoy your Carnelian and just FYI...my Carnelians work really well with Labradorite.
Wishing you lots of Love and Light!
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