Tiger's Eye Pyramid - Small


Pyramids are among the ancient most magnificent structures in the world. A pyramid has a solid square base and four equilateral triangular shape sides.  The base of a pyramid represents the physical body, the sides of the pyramid symbolize the journey of life and the point symbolizes union with one's higher power.

👉 In many cultures the pyramid is considered one of the strongest talismans on Earth.  Pyramids are used as symbols of eternal life, spiritual life and cosmic energy.

WHAT IS TIGER'S EYE? Tiger's eye is a member of the Quartz family. The 'cat-eye' effect of Tiger's Eye stone has this reflective characteristic because of the visual magic of a fibrous inner structure, called 'Chatoyancy'. Gold Tiger’s Eye is the best-known, but it also comes in gold, red, and blue varieties.

WHY IT'S AWESOME? This stone, coined from the French "œil de chat", meaning "cat's eye" has history of being an 'all-seeing' talisman, even carried into battled by Roman soldiers for protection and the ability to see that which is 'unseeable'. Egyptians used the tiger's eye stone in the eyes of statues.

MYSTIC LORE, LEGEND & DISCLAIMER: Through the ages, crystals and stones have been collected and prized for their timeless beauty, for their rich history and even their potential spiritual and metaphysical properties! At Spirit Magicka, we love the idea that crystals may have mystical properties, but please be aware... nothing we sell comes with any sort of mystical guarantee! 😉

👉 Tiger's eye is believed to combine & magnify the energy from the sun and the earth, and it's high vibrational frequency can draw the energy of the sun god to earth.
Just like the tiger in nature, the power of tiger's eye is believed to connect us to the courage of a tiger and like it's sun like colour the radiance of and brightness of the sun.

👉 A grounding stone connected to our root, sacral and our solar plexus chakras.

WHERE IT'S FOUND? The largest source of tiger's-eye is South Africa. Commercial quantities have also been recovered from India; Myanmar (formerly Burma); Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon); the Hamersley range of the Pilbara region and Mt. Brockman, West Australia; Brazil; and California. Pietersite, as mentioned, comes from Namibia (formerly South-West Africa), and from Nangang, Hunan Province, China.

📏 1"-1.5"
📏 2.5-3.8cm 

*All sizes are approximate and may vary somewhat.
*Each crystal & stone will vary slightly in appearance. Each beautiful and unique in it's own way.

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