The seventh instalment in this eight part series features a mineral that is less often included in Super Seven Quartz which is why the crystal is often renamed Melody Stone or Sacred Stone.
What is Cacoxenite?The two ingredients aluminium (common to smokey quartz) and iron (common to goethite and amethyst) are what make up the mineral cacoxenite. This phosphate mineral is associated with metallic iron ores. However because the phosphorus content content of cacoxenite lessens the quality of iron smelted form ore, the Greeks gave it this name which translates to: bad or evil. The colour of cacoxenite spans from yellows to oranges, reddish browns and even greens.
Metaphysical Benefits of CacoxeniteCacoxenite’s main benefits revolve around health, love and prosperity. This universal healing stone is used to uplift body, mind and spirit. Those looking for regeneration, reprogramming and revitalization often seek out cacoxenite.
Uses for CacoxeniteCacoxenite is most commonly used as a meditation stone. It is used to stimulate concentration and seek dormant memories. Meditation with cacoxenite may be most beneficial for those who are connected to spiritual entities and are looking for visionary travels. One may also choose to wear cacoxenite in order to emit a protective field around them.
In the final article of our eight part feature on Super Seven Quartz we'll examine lepidocrocite.