The Cats Eye Amethyst Sphere & Vintage Stand

CAD $250.00

This beautiful Amethyst crystal sphere comes with a 1960’s vintage brass stand.

Amethyst controls evil insights, and encourages tranquility for overall healing and meditation. Alleged to help with insomnia… (This Witch keeps a giant one by the bed) It also attracts spiritual energies, calms restless thoughts and enhances psychic abilities, also said to be extremely useful in addiction healing.

A crystal ball, also known as an orbuculum, is a crystal or glass ball and common fortune telling object. It is generally associated with the performance of clairvoyance and scrying in particular.

The earliest use of a crystal ball can be first attributed to the Celtic Druids who divined the future and omens with beryl balls.

In the 1st century AD, Pliny the Elder describes use of crystal balls by soothsayers (“crystallum orbis”, later written in Medieval Latin by scribes as orbuculum). By the 5th century AD, scrying was widespread within the Roman Empire and was condemned by the early medieval Christian Church as heretical.

Crystal gazing was a popular pastime in the Victorian era, and was claimed to work best when the Sun is at its northernmost declination. Immediately before the appearance of a vision, the ball was said to mist up from within.

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This beautiful Amethyst crystal sphere comes with a 1960’s vintage brass stand.

Amethyst controls evil insights, and encourages tranquility for overall healing and meditation. Alleged to help with insomnia… (This Witch keeps a giant one by the bed) It also attracts spiritual energies, calms restless thoughts and enhances psychic abilities, also said to be extremely useful in addiction healing.

A crystal ball, also known as an orbuculum, is a crystal or glass ball and common fortune telling object. It is generally associated with the performance of clairvoyance and scrying in particular.

The earliest use of a crystal ball can be first attributed to the Celtic Druids who divined the future and omens with beryl balls.

In the 1st century AD, Pliny the Elder describes use of crystal balls by soothsayers (“crystallum orbis”, later written in Medieval Latin by scribes as orbuculum). By the 5th century AD, scrying was widespread within the Roman Empire and was condemned by the early medieval Christian Church as heretical.

Crystal gazing was a popular pastime in the Victorian era, and was claimed to work best when the Sun is at its northernmost declination. Immediately before the appearance of a vision, the ball was said to mist up from within.

 

 

Additional information

Weight 600 g
Dimensions 12 x 12 x 12 cm

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