OBSIDIAN 

SELF-REFLECTION • PROTECTION • GROWTH

Obsidian was highly valued in stone Age cultures because, like flint, it could be fractured to produce sharp blades or arrowheads. It was also polished to create early mirrors. Obsidian was so named from its resemblance to a stone found in Ethiopia by “Obsius”. It was used in antiquity for amulets and necklaces.

It works extremely fast and with great power. Its truth enhancing, reflective qualities are merciless in exposing flaws, weaknesses and blockages. Nothing can be hidden from obsidian. It points out how to relieve all destructive conditions. 

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