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Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Crazy Lace Agate
A dish of Crazy Lace Agates in the room promotes fun and laughter at a party. In the workplace, it unites people usually restricted to their own areas without direct communication.
Crazy Lace Agate helps overcome the fear of spiders and crawling insects. Associated with the web of fate, Crazy Lace Agate is useful when ghost hunting or visiting very old places to prevent sudden fears or negative vibes, but allowing you to see past worlds and spirits. A Crazy Lace Agate placed under an old spider's web monthly for 24 hours attracts happy experiences in love.
Crazy Lace Agate's energy is circular and flowing. It helps overcome depression and despair, elevating thoughts and attitudes. It is uplifting and increases self-esteem. Crazy Lace Agate absorbs emotional pain, especially when worn as jewelry over the heart or throat.
Crazy Lace Agate stabilizes the aura, eliminating and transforming negative energies. Its cleansing effect is powerful at all levels.
Crazy Lace Agate has been considered symbolical of the Third Eye, our center of perception and consciousness. It controls the energy flow of the body, and is the source of our ideas, dreams, and visions.
Usually, but certainly not always, predominantly white, Crazy Lace Agate is the color of cleanliness, purity, unity and innocence. The timeless, natural powers of the white rays are those of the moon. It is the color we see when the moon reflects the sun's light to us. It is the color of natural cycles, birth, and regeneration - the feminine gender, manifested as the Goddess in many cultures. Just as the moon is our only illumination in the dark world of night, white talismans are of the spiritual world that is sensed but not seen. They are the guides to understanding and knowledge we don't even know exists.
The silver patterned layers within Crazy Lace Agate embody the silver ray of reflection and the path to inner consciousness. Much like pure white, lighter gray is the color of the moon, the feminine, the cool stillness of night, magic and ambiguity. It is lonely, altruistic, and aloof. It is a mystery. As Seekers, gray objects find patterns and the inner meanings of events. Use light gray talismans for quiet meditation, finding your real purpose in life, and for calm reflection on life's meanings.
The brown patterned layers within Crazy Lace Agate bring connection with the natural world. It is the color influence of home, hearth, and nature. It helps you relax, reconnect, and regain your composure. It is a grounding stone.
The thin black layers within Crazy Lace Agate deepen your connection to the natural world, relieving fears specifically associated with the physical existence here on Earth. It offers protection and a retreat, the safety of being hidden from your enemies.
Crazy Lace Agate also often contains other shades such as scarlet. The scarlet energy brings victory, physical energy, vigilance, and willpower.
Crazy Lace Agate provides a wide variety of crystal formations conducive for meditative focus. The intricate movements within the crystal encourage a calm, relaxing state and open the mind to higher thought and inner truths.
The Divinatory meaning of Crazy Lace Agate: Take time to relax, invite a few people around for an impromptu party.
Crazy Lace Agate honors Allat, the Arabian Moon Goddess, and the mother form in the triple goddess with Al-Uzza and Manat. As a mother and fertility goddess, she nurtures and protects
Crazy Lace Agate can also can be used in devotions to Clota, the Goddess of the River Cldye; Callisto, the Greek Moon Goddess; Chirakan-Ixmucane, the Mayan Creator Goddess; Dione, Phoenician Earth Goddess; Itzpapaloti, the Aztec Butterfly Goddess; Jana, the Roman Goddess of Secret and Hidden Things; and Hathor, the Egyptian Goddess of the Milky Way and Night Sky.