BLACK OBSIDIAN RAVEN

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Black Obsidian Raven Head.

The deceptively intricate, stunning expressions of volcanic eruptions are seen

in this black obsidian raven head.

These stunning specimens, like other obsidian stones,

were produced from molten lava that cooled too quickly to solidify into glass.

This black obsidian raven is a gentle grounding stone that heals auric field tears and holes.

Obsidian serves as a reminder of your inner strength and latent fire.

Do you feel as though you’ve lost your spring in your step?

Do you want to increase the frequency of your energy cycles?

Do you ever need a reminder of how gorgeous and powerful you are, and

how capable you are of achieving anything?

The black obsidian raven head can be of assistance.

The black obsidian raven is powerful in witchcraft and Norse mythology.

Atomic diffusion and crystal formation are both impossible in obsidian stones due to their

extreme viscosity and polymerization.

The obsidian stone has a MOHS of 6 and is extremely fragile.

As a result, it’s not unusual to come across it with cracks or sharp edges.

In fact, black obsidian has historically been used as a cutting and piercing tool,

was fashioned into arrowheads and blades during the Stone Age,

and has recently been used experimentally for surgical scalpels.

In fact, black obsidian, also known as Dragon Glass, plays an important role in Game of Thrones.

Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Chile, Greece, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iceland, Italy, Kenya,

New Zealand, Peru, Scotland, and the United States are

among the countries where obsidian has been discovered.

Ravens are one of the most fascinating birds in the world.

This black obsidian raven head is a perfect symbol of them.

Not only do they have a unique and recognizable voice, but they also have an

interesting history and folklore that has been passed down through generations.

As an amateur Corvidologist, one can learn about ravens by reading extensively about them,

observing them in nature, collecting their feathers and artifacts, and

understanding their literature and folklore from around the world.

Grab your black obsidian raven today!  You will love this black obsidian raven!


Approximate weight oz:
Medium 1 to 4

Chakra Diagram

Chakras

Root Chakra

Planets

Saturn

Zodiacs

Scorpio Sagittarius

Elements

Wind

Colors

Black

MOHS Hardness Scale

MOHS Hardness Scale

Chemical Composition

SiO2

Healing Properties

The deceptively intricate, stunning expressions of volcanic eruptions are these black obsidian stones. These stunning specimens, like other obsidian stones, were produced from molten lava that cooled too quickly to solidify into glass. Black obsidian is a gentle grounding stone that heals auric field tears and holes. Obsidian serves as a reminder of your inner strength and latent fire. Do you feel as though you’ve lost your spring in your step? Do you want to increase the frequency of your energy cycles? Do you ever need a reminder of how gorgeous and powerful you are, and how capable you are of achieving anything? Black obsidian can be of assistance.

Atomic diffusion and crystal formation are both impossible in obsidian stones due to their extreme viscosity and polymerization. The obsidian stone has a MOHS of 6 and is extremely fragile. As a result, it’s not unusual to come across it with cracks or sharp edges. In fact, obsidian has historically been used as a cutting and piercing tool, was fashioned into arrowheads and blades during the Stone Age, and has recently been used experimentally for surgical scalpels. In fact, obsidian, also known as Dragon Glass, plays an important role in Game of Thrones.

Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Chile, Greece, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iceland, Italy, Kenya, New Zealand, Peru, Scotland, and the United States are among the countries where obsidian has been discovered.

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