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Crazy Lace

Crazy Lace Meaning + Metaphysical Abilities:

  • Commonly known to bring joy and happiness to its keepers
  • Gives its keeper support through life
  • Encourages its keeper to reach their goals
  • Said to bring optimistic and positive thoughts
  • Contains a soft, gentle and soothing vibration
  • Promotes flexibility in both actions + thoughts
  • Encourages stability and maturity
  • Effective against traffic / car accidents
  • Great study mate - improves concentration and analytic abilities
  • Gives its keeper an exceptional amount of self esteem

Place a piece of Crazy Lace within your workplace to help promote open, positive communication between teammates. It will help to unite and promote common courtesy within the workplace

It is said that if you place a piece of Crazy Lace underneath a spider’s web for 24 hours each month; it will attract love into your life!

Crazy Lace in Healing:

  • Traditionally used to help balance emotions
  • Harmonizes Yin + Yang
  • Said to help those with fears of spiders + insects to help overcome it
  • Gives its keeper a new-found self confidence
  • Said to help stimulate the digestive system
  • Known to relieve symptoms of gastro
  • Commonly used to help treat insect bites
  • Encourages its keeper to overcome depression
  • Provides an uplifting feeling
  • Promotes self-acceptance
  • Can help to absorb emotional pain
  • Overcomes negativity and can help to heal anger issues
  • Useful for anyone who has recently been through a trauma / crisis
  • Great for women who are pregnant

Crazy Lace for those with psychic abilities:

Crazy Lace is said to help those who are delving into another realm with a sense of calmness; it will alleviate sudden fears or negative vibes for its keeper but allow you to see clearly into the spirit realm. 

Often referred to as a symbol of the third eye - Crazy Lace can help to centre its keeper’s perception and also increase the energy flow around the body. It can help its keeper to have psychic visions and enable you to dream about future events.

Agate Facts

  • Agate is a banded form of Quartz
  • Chalcedony is a type of Quartz and Agate, which has not been banded
  • Dendritic Agate and Moss agate are not true forms of Agate as they do not contain banding patterns
  • Agate gets its name from the crystal often containing multiple colours
  • Onyx, Sardonyx, Chalcedony and Carnelian are also forms of Agate
  • Agate is an easy to find crystal with large deposits being found all over the world making it a more affordable crystal
  • A fine, sharp and banded pattern with a strong colour will increase the cost and value of the Agate
  • Dendritic Agate is a type of translucent Chalcedony with tree or fern like inclusions
  • Fire Agate is often also a form of Chalcedony
  • Moss Agate is a form of Chalcedony which contains dense inclusions of green Hornblende that causes the pattern to resemble moss
  • Onyx is a type of Chalcedony also

Agate History

The history of the Agate crystal is closely tied to Germany. The town of Idar-Oberstein has an important connection to this type of crystal. Reason being is that both Agate and Jasper were found in this town and mined, cut and polished by a local craftsman. There was a huge Agate deposit found in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in the 1800's. The Agate was then shipped back to Idar-Oberstein for cutting and polishing as the locals from this town knew how to handle this crystal.

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