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Fairy Goddess Stone no.11
Fairy Goddess Stone no.11
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Fairy Goddess Stone no.11

Science & Origin of Fairy Stone

Fairy Stones, sometimes known as Goddess Stones or Menilite Opal, are unusual minerals composed of calcium carbonate and clay. The “disc”, which is common slang to describe their structure, can sometimes be formed over small pebbles and even fossils. You’ll most likely find them in a grey or off-white color, but they can also be seen as tan, beige, and brown. Many tribes and societies have used Fairy Stones in their culture, giving it many different names. It wasn’t until the Algonquin Tribe of Northern Quebec officially coined them “Fairy Stones”. These magical minerals are mostly found in ancient glacier deposits within Canada, but can also be found in Scandinavia, Greenland, the British Isles, and Morocco

Meaning & Energy

Fairy stones have been used as good luck and protection talismans for centuries amongst numerous diverse groups of people. It was common for many tribesmen in northern Canada to carry a Fairy Stone on them to promote wealth and prosperity throughout their families. Another common practice was gifting a piece to a loved one to help symbolize their bond, as well as handing off a bit of “luck”. When it came to protection, it was believed that Fairy Stones helped grant one safety from evil gods and deities. During rituals, it would have been very common to see multiple Fairy Stones in the hopes of providing an etheric shield around the practicing group. Some families within these tribes swore by this stone and even slid it under their young child’s bed in the hopes of preventing frightening nightmares