This is the fourth-important stone from the ancient Ural Mountains in Russia it may be placed in any area or space to help neutralize negative energies and to ensure a calm and peaceful environment. In the Far East, the mouse is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Let this cute little mouse made from Ural Selenite stone become a talisman in your home and a unique element of interior decor. This beautiful Russian souvenir that glows with love was hand carved and hand painted by a skilled Russian craftsman. You can notice the grandiose magic of selenite décor in the marvelous splendor of the world-famous Imperial Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg.
Hand carved in Soviet Russia these magical pieces were given life in the 1960’s and come in their original boxes that have Cyrillic handwriting on them
Selenite is a stone of mental clarity, and improves one’s connection with the divine. Selenite can be used for scrying into the past, present and future. This cleansing stone clears negative energies, and can be used to reprogram other stones.
As animals native to Europe and Africa, hedgehogs hold a place in European folklore. In most European countries, hedgehogs are believed to be a hard-working no-nonsense animal. This partially results from the folk belief that hedgehogs collect apples and mushrooms and carry them to their secret storage.
The wisdom of the hedgehog is presented in other folk legend in the Balkans as well. In a Bulgarian legend, the Sun decided to marry the Moon, and invited all the animals to the wedding. The hedgehog was the only one who failed to appear. The Sun went to look for the hedgehog, and found him gnawing on a stone. When the Sun inquired what he was doing, the hedgehog explained: “I am learning to eat stones. Once you marry, you’ll have many Sun children born to you, and when they all shine in the sky, everything will burn, and there will be nothing to eat”. The Sun then decided to call off the wedding, and the world’s inhabitants were saved from starvation.
In the Balkan Slavic and Belarusian folklore, the wise hedgehog (along with the tortoise) sometimes appears as the animal capable of finding the raskovnik, a magic plant that could be used to open locks and to find hidden treasures.