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    Benitoite

    Benitoite is an ultra-rare gemstone found only in San Benito county California.

    It's really cool looking



    Some friends of mine from way back when, were really into gemstone hunting, and found a few of these in California.

    Too bad Ill Duce is gone for an indefinite amount of time. I wonder if he's aware of this rock's existence, and if he's ever drawn a some sort of connection to Mussolini over it.

    #2
    Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
    Too bad Ill Duce is gone for an indefinite amount of time. I wonder if he's aware of this rock's existence, and if he's ever drawn a some sort of connection to Mussolini over it.
    First thing I thought of when I read the title ?

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    • Audiogen
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      ...And I arrived here from New Posts so I didn't even notice it was posted in Occult until after my post

    • 6-eyed
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      Yeah. Figured I'd post it in Occult in hopes that one day he sees it.

      Gemstones are an interesting topic nonetheless. Some believe they posses real energy.

    #3
    Do you believe they possess real energy?
    I can't imagine that being something you're into but you've occasionally surprised me.

    I fucking hate it. I mean, I like cool stones, but no, I don't believe this stone will help you find strength or that one heighten your intuition, and don't get me started on leaving them in the moonlight to energise them.

    I think humans can attach meaning to any object, and I am a big fan of personal totems, but the idea that a specific type of stone is something definite annoys me. If I give meaning to a random pebble I like, it has meaning.

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      #4
      I don't like when people make magick rigid. If it's real, it's way more open to personal creation than that.

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        #5
        Originally posted by Jessica View Post
        Do you believe they possess real energy?
        I can't imagine that being something you're into but you've occasionally surprised me.

        I fucking hate it. I mean, I like cool stones, but no, I don't believe this stone will help you find strength or that one heighten your intuition, and don't get me started on leaving them in the moonlight to energise them.

        I think humans can attach meaning to any object, and I am a big fan of personal totems, but the idea that a specific type of stone is something definite annoys me. If I give meaning to a random pebble I like, it has meaning.
        Nah I don’t believe pretty rocks possess spiritual energy. However, some can do cool things like conduct electricity.

        A girl I dated a while back was into that stuff. She believed she could recharge the energy of quarts crystals by leaving them in the sun for a few hours. She was weird. We didn’t last long.

        I like gem and rock hunting though. I’ve found some awesome agates in rivers and on sea shores. One time I found a ruby in my gold pan.

        As for people who actually believe their rock collection has spiritual powers, I don’t hold any negativity toward them. Their beliefs are a placebo effect. Better they seek meaning in rocks, than meaning in a celebrity or a false idol. But they shouldn’t be advising people that their bodily pains and bad moods can be helped by pretty rocks.

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          #6
          Truly fascinating!

          It shall be the official stone of the Holy Roman Empire of the rising sun (a ghost Theocracy I pray to).

          I believe items can have grace or blessings or curses attached to them as relics.

          The Bible is full of stories like the mantle of Elijah, the staff of Moses, the bronze serpent, and the Ark of the covenant working miracles.

          I don't see why not a blessed or cursed stone. But I'm not too into the Bible.

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            #7
            That colour though

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