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It is an energy amplifier. It is said to help the
mind and body to remember information
brought to bear during astral travel and
channeling. It is useful in multi-directional
energy distribution; the energy forces directed
at the mineral separate and return at double the
intensity. It gives a polarizing prismatic energy,
which produces a spectrum of energy to clear
and to activate all of the chakras.
Inlaid calcite was used on the throne in the
Tomb of Tutankhamun c.1340 B.C.E.
1669 Erasmus Bartholinus (Denmark).
Discovered double refraction in calcite
1828 William Nicol (Scotland). Invented a
polarizing prism made from two calcite
components. The device became known
subsequently as a "nicol prism"
When you hold a square calcite over a line it will
appear to double the line. This ability will help
you by doubling the power in all spell work.
Fact: The two stones are often found mixed together creating beautiful patterns. They are found wherever there are COPPER
The name azurite comes from its beautiful blue color (azul means blue in Arabic). The ancient Egyptians used it as a make-up for the
Azurite is believed to fortify memory and intellectual receptivity. It is believed to help ease rheumatism.
Malachite is ALSO believed to ease rheumatism. It is a symbol of creativity and is used to make one conscience of fears and desires.
It is also good for lending extra energy to magickal spells, guards against negativity and depression, calms and soothes. Enhances
the ability to give and receive love. Increases business success, money. Promotes sleep. Protection against physical danger,
especially in children. Draws out impurities, balances left and right brain functions, evil eye protector, all purpose healer, especially in
solar plexus and good for healers. Success and good fortune, especially in business, attracts money, protects your creative ideas,
stimulates thyroids, aids in weight reduction, protects during travel.
Iron Pyrite is also known as 'fools gold' for it often fooled the
early gold miners. Iron Pyrite crystals are used as amulets by
the North American Indians who believe in the magical powers
of this protective stone. The ancient Mexicans made mirrors,
one side polished flat, while the other side was strongly
Iron Pyrite is a very protective stone on all levels. Should be
carried when performing dangerous work. Pyrite is also a
mental stone, used to stimulate the powers of the intellect.
Common in medium-low temperature hydrothermal veins
either on its own or with gold, sphaleite or galena. Also found
in sedimentary rocks, especially black shales where it often
|Sphalerite on Marcite
Sphalerite is one of the very few minerals that has a total of six
directions of cleavage. If all of them were to be perfectly cleaved on
a single crystal it would form a rhombic dodecahedron.
Sphalerite's structure is analogous to the diamond structure. If
every other carbon in the diamond structure is replaced by a sulfur
atom and the remaining carbons are replaced with either a zinc or
an iron atom then basically the mineral is sphalerite.
Sphalerite is by no doubt the most important ore of zinc .
Used for the making of BRASS AND BRONZE and for --
DRY CELL BATTERIES .
Inspires relaxation, reflection,
spiritual development, focus and
clarity. It encourages past life
recall and awakens ancient
|DIAMONDS FOUND IN BURLINGTON
In 1903 , an irregular rounded 2.11 carat diamond was found in Burlington (Hobbs, 1901); Cannon and Mudrey, 1981). Previously a 2.06 carat
white twin was reported found there in 1897. (Eckert, 1980 )
Hi, Mary and Brad,
Thanks again for the wonderful tour of the sacred woods. Karen and I were very happy with our experiences and will keep an eye out for future insights as well.
I told you about a golden diamond I thought was discovered in Burlington, Wisconsin. Turns out it was found 'near' Burlington in Eagle Wisconsin; which is why
it was called the Golden Eagle. Here's a short article on it. Love and light, Aziza (Elizabeth Parsch)
A gemstone, variously reported as 15.37 and 16.25 carats and described as "a dodecahedral form with triangular and circular markings on the
faces," found in the town of Eagle, Waukesha Co., in 1876.
While digging a well on the site where the town's water tower now (2007) stands, workers unearthed a brilliant, 12-sided stone "of a warm sunny color." It was
picked up by resident Clarissa Woods, who thought it might be valuable. She took it to Samuel Boynton, a jeweler in Milwaukee, who suspected it was a topaz,
bought it for $1.00, and took it to Chicago for analysis. The pebble was actually the largest diamond found in the U.S. up to that time, prompting Mrs. Woods to
sue Boynton (unsuccessfully). Boynton sold it for $850 to Tiffany's in New York City, and then quietly leased the hillside where it had been found. Under the
pretense of chicken farming, he erected privacy fences and started to systematically mine the hillside. After several years of fruitless digging, he salted the
location with inferior gems to attract investors for his Eagle Diamond-Mining Co. There was even talk of renaming the village Diamond Town, until no more
gems were actually found. 
Meanwhile the Eagle Diamond remained at Tiffany's. In 1889, Tiffany's curator of precious stones, G.F. Kunz, organized an exhibit called "Gems and
Precious Stones from North America" for the Exposition Universelle in Paris. The collection of 382 items won a gold medal, and J.P. Morgan bought it
for the American Museum of Natural History. The Eagle Diamond was exhibited at the Museum until 1964 when a thief called "Murph the Surf" stole
hundreds of gems in a daring midnight robbery. Though nearly all the stolen jewels were eventually recovered, the Eagle Diamond was never
found, and is presumed to have been cut into smaller stones and dispersed. 
 - "Diamonds found in Wisconsin." Milwaukee Sunday Journal, May 01, 1927. Eagle Businessman's Assn. Dr Bill Cordua, Professor of Geology and
Mineralogy, UW-River Falls.
 - Chicago Tribune, July 9, 1884, and June 30, 1895. New York Times, Feb. 1, 1902.
American Museum of Natural History (http://research.amnh.org/earthplan/Collections/Minerals)
Vanity Fair had a long article on Murf the Surf.
The 50th Anniversary of New York's Most Sensational Jewel Heist
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One hundred and fifty years ago there were approximately 20,000 Indian mounds in Wisconsin alone
A very special "Thank You" to Kent Steadman for his work on the Orion Project and Wisconsin Mound Map
Kent gave us a very valuable piece to our Burlington Vortex Puzzle!
Check out his site at http://cyberspaceorbit.com/
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