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Hello. I've been searching for a crystal called "Suleiman" aka Buddha Medicine Balls (possibly), very rare and expensive, black with white and touch of red. They are used in Reiki healing and protection work. Does this sound familiar to you at all? If you could please give me suggestions, I would appreciate it. Thank you for your help! I love your site and I just purchased a Cavansite small cluster, it is just beautiful! Thanks again!
Thanks so much for your question about Suleiman. It is an Agate that is similar to Zebra Agateexcept that it contains blue, red and brownish coloring along with the black & white. It is excellent for balance and for channeling which may be why it is considered helpful when working with Buddha energy. Try doing an internet search for "Suleiman Agate" and I think you will find a few places that have them for sale. We do not carry that particular crystal but here is a link to our Agates to give you more information. You might try working with a Black Agate, A White Agate and a Carnelianif you are unable to find a Suleiman since I believe that the Suleiman is a mix of these crystals.
Thank you again for your question and for your support of Healing Crystals.com. I hope that I was able to help and I will look forward to hearing from you again.
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