Crystalline rose #ice #crystals #frozen
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Roselite on Calcite matrix~Aghbar Mine, Bou Azzer, Morocco source
Roselite, sometimes occurring with erytherite, can provide a window through which one can access the entry to the ancient traditions of Egypt, while also providing for guidance in the translation of the hieroglyphics, which are displayed within the intuitive thought transfer of the knowledge. The information usually comes in the structure of a list, but other transfer structures have been utilised. Roselite has been used to assist in sharpening communication skills for business and personal relations. It helps in the understanding of the personal mind and encourages the continuation of personal growth. It also provides and energy conducive to helping you to work directly with your unconscious mind. It can also induce the alpha state during meditation and can be used to facilitate cell energy renewal. I t also stimulates ESP. Roselite can be used to assist in the diagnosis of heart and brain electrical alignment disorders and to aid in determining the axes which require alignment and the stones which would be beneficial in assisting in the restoration of alignment. The colour of Roselite comes from the same colouring agent of many different colourful minerals, namely Cobalt. Erythrite, of whom Roselite is often associated, is also a rose-coloured Cobalt arsenate. Roselite is a popular, though scarce, collection mineral. Its colour and small complex crystals are attractive and make Roselite a nice thumbnail mineral. It is named for a German eighteenth century mineralogist, Gustav Rose. source