RESERVED Custom Request For Corla - Boji Energy Healing Necklace and Mate
This Beautiful Necklace Features A Lovely one of a kind Pendant created with an Authentic Boji Stone. (True Stone name is Kansas Pop Rock as Boji is only a Trademark name)
This Powerful Stone has a unique Wire Wrapping Design using Sterling Silver Plated Wire. Below this Extremely Energetic Stone hangs a Crystal Quartz Droplet Uniting the Two.
Next to the Necklace you will find her Boji Male Mate. Together They are Most Powerful!
There is only 1 Male stone to Every 7 Female stones found.
Necklace is approx. 21" in total length around.
These Stones are very powerful. You can feel their energy!
While in a state of Meditation Hold your stones lightly in your hand and you can actually feel them Pulsate, or tingle. The stones themselves sometimes become very warm when you are working with them. I can state this fact as being true from my own personal Experience with these stones. In fact while I was photographing this set the screen on my camera had these little moving spots on it all around the area of the stones when I had zoomed in on them, actually detecting their energy field.
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About Kansas Pop Rocks (AKA Boji Stones)
Kansas Pop Rocks, also called “Energy Stones,” are used for auric healing and chakra balancing. They generally have either smooth (female) or bumpy (male) surfaces. The two “sexes” may be used together or separately to balance or emphasize chosen polarities. Kansas Pop Rocks provide good grounding of high energy states.
They are power packed. Some few are actually magnetized because of the amount of Iron contained in them. Even those that aren’t, still work with a person’s energy fields, their chakras and physical body.
can be utilized to keep us more in balance and harmony as we go through a hard aspect time. When our feet are put to the “fires” of Life, these stones can be best friends to you.
If you are in a pressure situation where stress is evident, simply wearing them, or putting them in your pockets will be enough to transmute some of the energy and give you a breather.
These stones connect to all Chakra's and will balance them. During your meditation Place one above your crown (head), and one at the root (Foot) while Lying down. Invision a white Healing light. During this Process the Stones will completely Balance, and Align all Chakra's.
Place 1 stone in each Hand. Close your eyes. Do you feel anything? If not, then swap them out to the opposite palm and repeat the process. Sometimes there is a push or pull between them, or a slight pulsing or tingling feeling. You can turn them over and do the same thing to find this sensation. Once you feel them then look to see which stones are in which hand as these are how they are to be placed during meditation, Healing, Chakra, and Spell work.
Kansas Pop Rocks are concretions of either iron sulfide, i.e. pyrite and marcasite, or in some cases jarosite, Other Elements they may contain are still unknown.
They can only be found in outcrops of the Smoky Hill Chalk Member of the Niobrara Formation within Gove County, Kansas. These stones cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
They were created by the precipitation of iron sulfides leaking in with dead marine animals in what is called a “calcareous (calcium/sedimentary) ooze” after it accumulated and before it had lithified into chalk. At the time Kansas Pop Rocks were created, Kansas was a vast inland sea during the Cretaceous period. These rounded or oblong concretions then formed over millions of years. In Fact these stones are the Oldest Fossils that can be found.
The primary ingredient is Pyrite (iron) which gives their “sparkly” appearance. Palladium is a secondary ingredient and resembles platinum (but is not). It is found in copper and nickel ore deposits.
These rocks are formed from Sedimentary forces. This means that the oceans of millions of years ago, formed them. Tiny sea creatures lived and died in these oceans. And when they died, they collected at the bottom of the ocean. Over time, billions of them accumulated and more mineral ingredients covered them. The pressures and other minerals that were around in that ocean eventually created Pop Rocks. Originally they were sedimentary (and still are) but the minerals changed in the sea water and seeped into and accumulated within each stone.
The way they got their name,”pop rock,” is that they would explode if thrown into a fire. Also, when struck or hammered, they produce sparks and a distinct sulfur smell.
These same stones were marketed under the “Boji” name. The only difference between a Boji Stone, and Kansas Pop Rock is a property Line, therefor they are the same stones.