Azurite in Granite Sphere
This large Azurite in Granite Sphere displays beautiful patterns with blue Azurite dots on a Granite matrix. We are starting to see more and more of this new stone from K2 Mountain, and the name Ketonite is also now being used to refer to this stone.
Azurite in Granite was recently found on a mountain in Pakistan, next to the famous ‘K2’ peak, also known as Chhogori/Qogir, Ketu/Kechu, or Mount Godwin-Austen. K2 is the second-highest mountain on Earth (Mt. Everest is the highest). K2 is located on the border between Baltistan, in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of northern Pakistan, and the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang in China.
The healing properties of this new stone are still to be explored, so please experiment with its energy and share your experience with the world of crystal lovers. And we would love to hear your feedback to collect information and pass it on…
Key words: Insight, vision, intuition, intellect
Chakras: Third eye, crown
Zodiac Signs: Aquarius, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Taurus
Azurite Crystal Healing Properties:
Azurite opens and clears the third eye and crown chakras, stimulating psychic and intuitive ability and aligning inner vision to higher guidance. It is a great aid in non-judgmental discernment, because it allows one to understand the true motives in others as well as oneself. Azurite assists with learning, memorizing, writing and other tasks that focus on orderly presentation or integration of information. It is an excellent stone for testing or negotiation situations. Azurite helps to identify and overcome the fears that may be perpetuating untruthful or deceptive behavioural patterns. It is said to be helpful in all issues of the brain and head, including migraines and vertigo.
Azurite History and Uses:
Azurite has been revered by many ancient cultures including the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, Mayans and Native Americans who have all used this stone to connect with the Spirit realm. Its name is derived from an old Persian word “lazhward” meaning blue colour. For thousands of years it has been ground to a powder and used as a vivid blue paint or dye and was used prominently in medieval European paintings in the 12th century.
Azurite Geological Description:
Azurite is a copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. It frequently appears in combination with Malachite, another copper carbonate. Azurite is found in Australia, China, Chile, Russia and the USA.
Affirmation: I open my mind to new vision, both inner and outer, as I expand my awareness