Cross Stone, Fairy Stone, Goddess Stone

Crystals that work with fairies, spirit guides or have a Holy connection are due to their mineral growth and make-up.

Chiastolite AKA The “Cross Stone” is a powerful crystal balances one’s perspective in both creativity and practicality. It is used as a sign of devotion towards awareness and dispels negativity. It signifies both death and re-birth and helps one to understand the realization of immortality. Staurolite AKAFairy Cross” is actually shaped like a cross with a fairy association to it.This mineral is a talisman of good luck! Historically, this stone is said to be formed from the tears of fairies when they were brought the news of the death of Christ.  Canadian Fairy stone was discovered by the Algonquin Indians.  Looking strangely like biscuits, they named the river Harricana, which means “river of the biscuits“. Spirit quartz and Crackle “fairy” quartz are both named for their “shimmer” and otherworldly or spiritual connections.Goddess stones, (which look like Canadian fairy stones) are Menalite, a form of silicate/opal.

Chaistolite “Cross Stone”

Chiastolite AKA The “Cross Stone” is a powerful crystal balances one’s perspective in both creativity and practicality. It is used as a sign of devotion towards awareness and dispels negativity. It signifies both death and re-birth and helps one to understand the realization of immortality. It is used as a bridge for “crossing over“. It helps one to assimilate during times of change.

Stuarolite: Fairy’s Cross

Staurolite:  AKAFairy Cross” is a mineral that is a talisman of good luck! Historically, this stone is said to be formed from the tears of fairies when they were brought the news of the death of Christ. Formed in the shape of a cross, this amazing stone is beautiful and powerful on your altar or meditation space, around your neck or in your pocket. Represents four elements and joining of spirit with earth and ether (matter).

Canadian Fairy Stone

The fairy stones of Northern Canada were discovered by the Algonquin Indians when they came upon Canada’s second longest river during a hunting expedition. Looking strangely like biscuits, they named the river Harricana, which means “river of the biscuits“, in the Algonquin language. The stones soon adopted the name “fairy stones” as they proved over and over to be a lucky charm…

Spirit Quartz

Cactus Quartz AKA Spirit Quartz (also called Pineapple Quartz) these are crystals encrusted by a second generation of smaller crystals grown on the prism faces. Spirit quartz is the “stone of transitions”. It is an exceptional stone to use when working with dreams. They have used for astral projection or travel and by tribes for shamanic journeying and rebirthing.

Crackle Quartz

These stones are beautifully dyed clear quartz representing the metaphysical powers of clear quartz (the stone of power, clear insight and high vibrational energy) along with the power of their color! Each stone represents a particular “fairy realm” and coordinates with the color of each sacred place they are named after

Menalite Stone

Menalite or Goddess stone, is a silicate-calcium based stone that is most noted for its attention to the sacred feminine. It represents the innocence of maiden and the mother energies, particularly around those of fertility, menstruation and lactation are evident. It is also associated with the wise crone of wisdom, addressing menopause, the aging spirit and great knowledge.

A Little Bit of Magic

Much of the stories about fairies comes from the tellings of the Celts. Fairies are the medieval and post-medieval versions of the old Celtic “spirits of the place”.The Celtics held hills, forests, valleys and rivers as sacred. Even after being conquered by Rome and being converted by Christians, it was the Christians who implemented their stories, intertwined with these same places!

All though these stones have different metaphysical properties, what they all have in common is their spiritual, sacred or other worldly connections. They base their beliefs on the hopes and good intentions, positive dreams, good luck and protection. The power of positive thinking is no magic trick, but it doesn’t hurt to believe in the joys of everyday magic, miracles or the small things we should always be grateful for!

 

Associations

Angels: Jesus Christ
Associated Crystal: mixed
Birthstone:
Color: mixed
Chakra: Heart Chakra, Root Chakra
ElementFire, Water, Earth, AIr
Flowers: bluebells, crown of thorns, passion flower. carnation, pansy, rose,
Gods/Goddesses: Dana (Danu) Dionysus, Diana, Maat, Coatlicue
Planet:
Zodiac:
Sabbat: Imbolc, Ostara, Litha, Samhain