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How to Protect Your Home's Energy During The Holidays

The holidays can be as overwhelming and stressful as they are warm and magical. The constant flow of people and the accompanying stress can sometimes cause a stale or even overbearing energy to settle into a home. These bad vibes can often linger long after guests have left, throwing off the energy of a home for some time. Here are a few ways to keep the energy of your home light and soothing with guests coming and going, and how to cleanse residual vibes after the holidays are through. 

Scorpio

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Scorpio

Scorpio- October 23- November 21 Scorpio is the eighth sign in the zodiac. Scorpio is a fixed sign, landing right in the middle of Autumn. Fixed signs crave calmness, stability, security, and clearly defined boundaries.

Prophecy Stones

Prophecy Stones

Prophecy Stone is the name given to a pseudomorph Limonite/Hematite after Pyrite/Marcasite. Pseudomorph refers to the process of one mineral replacing another, causing the mineral to develop in a different crystalline structure than it typically would. Prophecy stone is a bumpy spikey grey/black/reddish stone made of Limonite and Hematite in the shape of Pyrite and Marcasite, which it grew onto and replaced. 

Fulgurites

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Fulgurites

Fulgurite (named from the Latin fulgur for lightning) occurs when lightning strikes soil, melting the minerals in the soil into a tube-shaped cast of the shape of the lightning bolt. It is sometimes referred to as "fossilized lightning" because of this. 

Meteorites!

Meteorites!

Meteorites are chunks of rock from space that fall to the Earth. Meteorites come from Meteors. Typically meteors burn up in the Earth's atmosphere (causing shooting stars) however, sometimes meteors don't fully disintegrate during this process. Meteorites are these un-burnt portions of meteor. Every day, 50 tons of space debris fall onto the surface of Earth, however, 99% of the debris is the size of dust particles. These particles of space debris are called Micrometeorites. The largest meteorite discovered on the Earth's surface is the Hoba meteorite. The Hoba is 119,000 lbs and still sits in its original landing place in Namibia, it's too heavy to be moved!