Mermaid Love Goddess Wand
Hand carved from Deer Antler with Mangano Calcite point, Petalite and Rose Quartz Cabochons. Beaded with Rose Quartz, Pink Tourmaline, Pink Kunzite and Mother of Pearl. Finished off with Barn Owl feathers found naturally and Crescent bone carved moon
Weighs 225 grams
Length 28.2 cm
Mermaids are the guardians of the seas. They look after the whales, dolphins, sharks, seals, porpoises, fish and turtles as other sea dwelling creatures. They are the female members of the tribe and the mermen as the masculine members. Mermaids are very friendly elementals and you will find them most easily on rocks out in the sea but they live all over. Mermaids are trying to get our attention at this time to heal the seas and work in harmony with the Ocean Sprites whose job it is to energetically purify the water. They are also willing to heal humans also particularly of emotional problems and traumas. Mermaid energy is very soothing.
Mangano Pink Calcite Meanings
Key words: Wellbeing, wholeness, health, empathy, and connection with the ‘mind of the heart’, compassion, peace
Zodiac Signs: Taurus, Libra, Cancer
Mangano Calcite Crystal Healing Properties:
Mangano Calcite connects us with Divine Love and is a stone of the heart. It is excellent for emotional healing as it can help shift long standing issues and support those with deep grief or trauma. It can gently release buried anger or grief and because it fills the heart with love for oneself and for others, it can help prevent passive-aggressive behaviour. Mangano Calcite is believed to assist with tissue regeneration and healing after trauma and surgery. It is thought to assist circulation and the distribution of nutrients in the body.
Mangano Calcite History and Uses:
Also called Pink Manganocalcite, Pink Magnesium Calcite, Opaque Pink Calcite and nicknamed “The Reiki Stone”, this beautiful creamy pink banded crystal gets its name and colour from its manganese content. Its gentle heart healing mother love energy offers hope and brings comfort to the wounded inner child. Resonating with universal love this nurturing crystal banishes fear, stress and worry and is perfect to put under the pillow to reduce nightmares.
Mangano Calcite Geological Description:
Calcite is a calcium carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3. It comes in a wide variety of forms and colours and is found on every continent of the world. Calcite makes up the major part of marble and limestone. Mangano Calcite occurs only in massive form and the only major source is from Peru.
Affirmation: My heart is in a state of constant well-being and appreciation.
Petalite is an extremely high vibration stone, yet has a smooth balanced energy. Using it allows you to make a deep connection to the spiritual realm.
It is a powerfully protective stone, as it will not allow negative energy to remain in is vicinity.
In the past been it has been used as a talisman, and was believed to destroy all black magic or other unwelcome forces.
It has powerful qualities that aid the development of clairaudience and may help you to hear the voice of angels and spirit guides, and also has a number of excellent healing attributes including helping to relieve stress.
Rose Quartz Meaning and Healing Properties
Rose quartz has been used in love rituals and ceremonies for centuries, and remains the stone of the hopeless romantic. A member of the quartz family, this crystal is made up of silicon dioxide. It’s sweet, soft pink hue is the result of both the many, tiny inclusions of pink fibers, known as dididumortierite, within the glassy stone that keep it from being totally transparent, and irradiation. This irradiation is also why rose quartz should be kept out of the sun, so as to not loose its pretty shade. With a hexagonal crystal structure, this stone typically forms into large specimen, but occasionally develops smaller, prismatic clusters as well. There is no shortage of rose quartz, which can be found in abundance in mines throughout the world. The most common sources for rose quartz are in Brazil, Madagascar, India and South Africa.
Rose Quartz Meaning
The ancient civilizations of Rome and Assyria were the first to use this crystal as a bead in rose quartz jewelry. Its use in talismans, however, carried more symbolic weight. To early Egyptian, Greek and Roman civilizations, rose quartz meaning within a talisman was that of ownership. Rose quartz talisman were used to signify that a deal had been reached. The Egyptians also believe that the stone could prevent wrinkles and the effects of aging. Greek and Roman myths were the first to attach the symbol of love to the rose quartz meaning. According to the myth, Cupid, the Roman god of desire, or Eros, the Greek god of love, bestowed the gift of love to humans in the form of a rose quartz. Another rose quartz myth tells of the stone receiving its color from the blood Aphrodite spilt in trying to save her dying lover Adonis. Both of the lovers bled over the stone, and its lasting stain is meant to represent eternal love. Later in Ancient Native American cultures, the rose quartz stone meaning was the same. They believed that this love stone could be used in amulets to resolve anger and disappointments, and bring love into the newly harmonized emotions.
Rose Quartz Healing Properties
Though it’s thought of as the stone of love, it’s not just romantic love that rose quartz crystal embodies. The rose quartz stone meaning is one of unconditional love. The way it facilitates love entering your life is through it’s ability to bring your consciousness to a higher level. Helping you to forgive, understand and see fights or situations from a different perspective, rose quartz healing properties will imbue you with the wisdom to deepen your connection with your partner. In that same way, rose quartz properties provide gentle energy that assists you in recognizing your own need for compassion. It allows you to see that you deserve forgiveness and understanding from yourself. Associated with the element of water, rose quartz healing properties are naturally fluid. They wash out toxic energies and emotions that you have trapped inside of you.
Negativity which you have been holding onto will flow out as pure thoughts of unequivocal love flow in. It may come as no surprise that this crystal is associated with the heart chakra. The rose quartz property of restoring trust is one of its most powerful and important uses. The heart cannot move on from hurt into renewed trust until it fully understands and accepts past situations. Rose quartz remedies this by dispelling feelings of fear and suspicion which poison the outlook. Healing with the feminine energy of rose quartz stimulates the heart chakra, and brings it into balance with the third eye and crown chakras. Working in harmony, these chakras to connect to the curative spirit of mother earth. This spirit teaches that the wounds of the past create beautiful landscapes, and there is always new love to follow acceptance
Kunzite is a beautiful crystal, pure in energy and joyful in nature. In palest pink to light violet hues, it is a Stone of Emotion, opening and connecting the heart to the mind and stimulating a healing communion between the two. Kunzite encourages one to release walls built around the heart for protection, and to be receptive to the experience of unconditional and abundant love.
Named for the mineralogist and jeweler George Frederick Kunz who first catalogued it in 1902, Kunzite is the pink to violet variety of the silicate, Spodumene. It has a glassy transparency, and forms in flattened prismatic crystals with vertical striations. It is highly pleochroic, shifting from pale pink to light violet and even colorless, depending on the angle of observation, and though its perfect cleavage makes cutting difficult, it can be faceted into beautiful gems.
Kunzite forms naturally as colorless, pink, lilac, yellow and green crystals. The yellow-green to emerald variety is known as Hiddenite, or Green Kunzite. (For its properties, see the Hiddenite page.) The colorless to light yellow variety is known as Triphane, or Spodumene. (See the Spodumene page.) Genuine Kunzite is quite pale in color, with natural darker shades being higher in value. There are some heat-enhanced varieties on the market. All Kunzite is prone to fading in direct sunlight.
Kunzite Uses and Purposes - Overview
Pink Kunzite is often called the Woman's Stone. It is particularly supportive for a young or first-time mother and for all single mothers, and assists human, as well as animal mothers who may have a hard time caring for their young. It is a good stone for sleepless babies and over-active children, and is an excellent gift for girls entering puberty to help them love their changing bodies.[Eason, 57]
Kunzite is an ideal crystal for children having a hard time adjusting to and functioning in life. Its soft pink ray will bring comfort, and cleanse any auric shadows that may have accumulated from negative vibrations or situations. It is also a beneficial stone for star children or walk-ins to help them adjust to earth plane environments and energy. [Raphaell, 116]
Kunzite helps to relieve heartache over loss or separation, and in overcoming heartbreak after a relationship has broken down. [Eason, 57]
The soothing power of Kunzite calms nervousness during an examination, interview or assessment, and is useful in situations where you cannot show irritation. In the workplace Kunzite is a protective stone when superiors bring personal dislikes or problems to work, or uses flirtation or sexual bullying as a power play. [Eason, 57]
As a travel crystal, Lilac Kunzite guards against road rage and stress while driving. It also calms difficult passengers in your vehicle. [Hall, 42]
Carry Lilac Kunzite when visiting locations where negative events have taken place. It increases intuitive powers and is especially protective against harmful spirits. [Eason, 210]
Introduction to Meaning and Uses of Pink Tourmaline
Pink Tourmaline may vary in color from pale pink to deep red, and in clarity from flawless transparent gems to opaque rough crystals, yet all are devoted to serving the highest aspects of the heart. A primary stone of the Heart Chakra, Pink Tourmaline links to the Crown Chakra infusing love and spirituality, encouraging compassion and gentleness during periods of growth and changes as humanity works toward enlightenment. [Simmons, 407][Raphaell, 131][Melody, 658]
Although Tourmaline may be found on every continent, fine crystal specimens and gems are still considered rare and can be quite expensive. Its vast popularity as a gemstone began in 1876, when mineralogist and jeweler George Kunz sold a Green Tourmaline from Maine to the famous Tiffany and Co. in New York, and its desirability spread. More recently it has become a favorite of metaphysical collectors and practitioners for its versatile energy properties. [Simmons, 406]
Tourmaline belongs to a complex family of aluminum borosilicates mixed with iron, magnesium, or other various metals that, depending on the proportions of its components, may form as red, pink, yellow, brown, black, green, blue or violet. Its prismatic, vertically striated crystals may be long and slender, or thick and columnar, and are uniquely triangular in cross-section. They often vary in coloration within a single specimen, lengthwise or in cross sections, and may be transparent or opaque. The name Tourmaline comes from an ancient Sinhalese word turmali, meaning “a mixed color precious stone,” or turamali, meaning “something small from the earth.” [Mella, 110][Simmons, 406][Megemont, 182]
A favorite among the Tourmalines is a variety known as Watermelon Tourmaline, named for its pink center surrounded by an outer green “rind.” This combination is considered a super activator of the Heart Chakra. While Pink Tourmaline is associated with the emotions, Green Tourmaline is beneficial in one’s physical being. Together they link to the higher self, and are believed to bring true joy to one’s life and relationships. [Simmons, 410-411][Melody, 660][Hall, 302-303]
One of Tourmaline’s most distinguishing properties is its ability to become electrically charged simply by heating or rubbing it. When charged, one end becomes positive and the other negative, allowing it to attract particles of dust or bits of paper. This property of pyroelectricity (from heat) or piezoelectricity (from pressure or rubbing) was well-known to the Dutch traders of the 1700s who used Tourmaline to pull ash from their Meerschaum pipes, calling the stone Aschentrekker, or “ash puller.” [Simmons, 406]
Pink Tourmaline Uses and Purposes - Overview
Pink Tourmaline has been used to reduce the proclivity for falls, in all ages, including toddlers learning to walk. [Melody, 658][Megemont, 184]
Wearing Pink Tourmaline throughout the day helps release stress, worries, depression and anxiety. It can be used in partnership with Black Tourmaline to diffuse obsessive behavior. [Simmons, 408][Ahsian, 408]
Pink Tourmaline is one of the most loving stones for children. It provides comfort to those who have suffered any form of abuse, helps with sleep issues, and is particularly useful for spiritually sensitive Indigo children for its calming, centering qualities and assistance in considering consequences before taking action. [Eason, 53][Ahsian, 408]
Pink Tourmaline is the best crystal of emotional support for teenage pregnancy and to assist in bonding with the baby. [Eason, 53]
Tourmaline is a shamanic stone, providing protection during ritual work. It can be used for scrying, and was traditionally used to point out a cause of trouble or an offender, and to indicate a good direction in which to move. [Hall, 297]
Tourmaline strengthens the sense of smell, and in that respect, can also enhance the perception of pheromones which produces an aphrodisiac effect. [Megemont, 184]
Tourmaline is specifically used to treat motion sickness. It may also assist in restoring luster and shine to hair and nails. [Megemont, 184]
In industry, Tourmalines are highly valued as electrical tuning circuits for conducting television and radio frequencies. They are used for their durability since high frequencies can be passed through them without shattering, as many crystals do. [Mella, 110