Nuummite Tumbled & Polished Location: ( Mountains North of Nuuk, Greenland ) Size: avg . 1″ long x 3/4″ wide x 1/2″ thick ( on the average ) Price: $ 40.00 ( for the entire lot of 20 stones )
Note: For those of you that practice Metaphysical healing with stones this stone is called The Magicians Stone )
Nuummite, the Sorcere’s Stone, draws from the fiery energies of ancient Earth and combines with the elements of Storm. Black as midnight shadows on moonlit water, this talisman shimmers with mystical gold light, lifting the murky to see what lies beneath. It is a stone of personal magic, increasing the frequency of synchronicities and luck, clairvoyance and intuition, and for those evolved enough to work with its intensity, it allows for journeying deep into the personal psyche, offering a clear vision of one’s true Self. It helps to release energies trapped in the subconscious and brings the gift of inner power, healing, and self-mastery.
Nuummite is a stone of tremendous grounding, attuned to the elemental forces of Earth that can be drawn upon in times of need. It is an excellent source of energy with a strong electro-magnetic field. It aligns the subtle bodies, strengthens the auric shield, and is fiercely protective against negative energies, manipulations, and environmental pollutants.
One of the oldest minerals on Earth, Nuummite was formed over three billion years ago from volcanic origins. It is a unique combination of Biotitic Anthophyllite and Gedrite metamorphosed into closely inter-grown crystals of charcoal gray to black with iridescent flashes of gold, though its labradorescent display may include red, orange, yellow, green, silver, blue and violet. It is named for the remote, rugged mountain area north of Nuuk, Greenland, where it was discovered in 1982 and is still painstakingly mined today. Similar rock has been discovered in Canada and the United States, however only the rare Greenland variety has color developed well enough to be suitable for gemstones.
Nuummite is also referred to as the Magician’s Stone.. Stones with elemental magic should always be taken seriously and used respectfully with right intent, as harmful intent rebounds upon the user..
FYI: for those of us who look at the stone for it’s geology this is the first time I have ever seen Black Mica hard enough to tumble and polish.