“Sugilite” – Lore and Properties…

I’ve been thinking a lot about sugilite lately, especially after hearing that the Fukushima radiation just had a 7000 x spike, despite media silence. This post shares a lot of sugilite lore, which shows sugilite to be a highly useful stone for our times — helping us to ground our spirituality into the material realm.

When I worked in Sedona, local healers there mentioned that since sugilite was first discovered in Japan right around the time of the atomic bomb that it has long been considered the antidote to radiation energies — kind of like how Japanese Knotweed, an “invasive weed” that shows great promise for curing Lyme Disease, showed up in Wisconsin and other states right around the time Lyme cases exploded. Nature knows what we need, if we will only pay attention.

6 responses to this post.

  1. Gemisphere on how to use sugilite therapeutically:

    http://www.gemisphere.com/gemstoneMissions/sug_mission.php

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  2. Thanks, Bo!

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  3. Posted by Kieron on March 2, 2015 at 5:20 pm

    It’s beautiful, from what I’ve seen of it.

    Coincidentally, or not, Chatauqua of the blog Augureye Express has quite a lot to say about Fukushima, in an entry titled “Fukushhh!” If anyone cares to read, it’s here:

    http://augureye.blogspot.dk/2015/03/fukushhh.html

    In another coincidence, I stumbled over an old astrology book at a thrift store, a paperback first issued in 1987, in which the authors were reminding us of the dire straits our planet was in at the time. We had it good in those days… I love this book already, three pages in, and am glad it came to me. 🙂

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  4. sugilite is good stuff 😉 i used to have a pendant i got in new mexico. these days i’ve been all about herkimer diamonds, lapis lazuli, aquamarine, and strawberry lemurians. 😉

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  5. Also very good stuff! I think I remember that sugilite pendant of yours. 🙂

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  6. Thanks, Kieron. Yes, I saw that Chatauqua post, too. Thanks for the link. Isn’t it interesting to read these books from the 80’s? Everyone thought it would be Y2K time, but really, we’re living in what a lot of people were forecasting back then. 🙂

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