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Satin Spar

Satin spar is a form of gypsum often used for carving and decorative purposes. Its name comes from its characteristic silky sheen and fibrous structure. Satin spar is usually white or cream-coloured and can also be found in shades of grey, yellow, and brown. This stone is associated with the third eye and crown chakras. It is believed to help stimulate intuition, enhance psychic abilities, and promote mental clarity and focus. It is also said to be a powerful cleanser of the aura and can help to release negative energy and emotions.

Satin spar is sometimes referred to as selenite, named after the greek goddess of the moon, Selene. It is also known as desert rose, gypsum flower, and maria glass. It is not associated with a specific birth month or zodiac sign. In ancient times, it was used in various cultures for its healing properties. It was believed to enhance other healing crystals’ effectiveness and aid in physical healing. It was also used to make windows in ancient egyptian temples, allowing priests to observe the stars and learn about the universe. In the middle ages, it was believed that satin spar could be used to make goblets that would break or change colour if poison was added to them.

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