Thursday, May 7, 2015

A tribute to my Land, Africa!

                                                         To get lost is to learn the way. ~ African proverb

I heard the call of these beads like an echo in the starry, peaceful, dark night of Sahara to serve as physical reminder for someone to relate their spirit as strong medecine of our mother Earth and people who live in it.
Very long exotic, with a tribal vibe, bohemian flare necklace is  composed of fourteen different materials and can be worn simple or double.

                                                                  On The Road To FouTa DjaLon

       BaLaDe A Tombouctou, Timbuktu

The color of this stone remind me of the sand dunes.

 Tribal style vibe with bohomian flare earrings composed of gold, earthy Brown Cacoxenite Quartz, dancing at the bottoms are Old Telsum metal Ethiopian drops and handmade pure copper rustic ball end twist charms.

Cacoxenite is one of those rare ingredients that make something good even better
Cacoxenite forms within crystal or amethyst as an inclusion. It is a rather rare occurance, and can create a visually spectacular stone.
Its presence expands the properties already emanating from the host stone, and adds its own remarkable dimension of spiritual evolution and connection.

Cacoxenite is also a major mineral in the Super Seven crystal, also known as Melody Stone or Sacred Seven

Known as a Stone of Ascension, Cacoxenite is believed to raise the spiritual awareness of the human race and to provide a loving and ethereal connection between all of the universe.  Its vibration assists in aligning the Third Chakra with the spiritual.
Source:  Crystal

                     Wisdom is like a baobab tree; no one individual can embrace it. ~ Akan proverb

  Tombouctou is a city in the western  of Mali, historically important as a trading post on the trans-Saharan caravan route and as a centre of Islamic culture (c. 1400–1600). It is located on the southern edge of the Sahara, about 8 miles (13 km) north of the Niger River. The city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988.

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