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About Septarian Stone
First, is septarian a crystal? Technically no. As a rock, it has minerals in it, so it does contain crystals! Septarian is a semi-precious gemstone and crystal boasting a multitude of healing powers.

Septarian is most known for the unique pattern in septarian nodules distinguished by colorful cracks filled with calcite, aragonite, and limestone rock. It can also include other minerals like barite or chalcedony.

According to ancient Malagasy (Madagascar native) legend, when “dragons” ceased to exist millions of years ago, their remains fossilized and formed septarian. Hence, septarian’s resemblance to dragon scales. 

In ancient times, people would use septarian as a talisman of courage and grounding — believing that it drew its powers from deep inside Mother Earth. 

Septarian is no stranger to the big screen either! If you’re a fan of the cult-favorite series, Game of Thrones — you might recall the epic moment Daenerys Targaryen was given three petrified dragon eggs as a gift for her marriage to Khal Drogo. After bringing the dragons to life, she earned her moniker as the Mother of Dragons. Talk about an extraordinary wedding gift! 

Septarian Healing Properties
Every crystal has special characteristics that make them powerful healing stones. Septarian is a stone of healing, both physically and metaphysically. It’s also believed to be a protective stone. 

As a stone composed of several minerals, it naturally takes on the healing properties associated with each, plus a few of its own.

We’ll explore how septarians can support your physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness.

Physical Healing

In terms of physical healing, it’s no surprise that a septarian's fiery origins are closely associated with heat. It’s believed to produce warmth, helping to relieve pain and ease muscle aches or spasms. 

Some crystal healers use septarian to help overcome fatigue or weakness. It’s said to be especially supportive for those struggling with anemia and joint pain.

Black sectarian polished geodes 181-230 Gramms

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