09 June, 2014

The Power Of Magnetic Hematite Stones

My Magnetic Hematite or Haematite Stones
I read a post about experiments with carbon graphite on Trish and Rob's blog which interested me. So I took to Google to find out more, but got side tracked - as you do - and started looking at hematite (or haematite). I found an offer for magnetic hematite stones on Amazon and knew I just had to buy them - but didn't know why. Luckily they weren't very expensive!

I suppose it was intuition or something that told me to order them, or maybe it was because I already wear a hematite ring which Karin gave me, way before we even lived together. I never take the ring off. Even when I had to have kidney surgery I refused to remove it, so it had to be covered with tape.

Anyway, after I had placed the order I read that: "The iron content in magnetic haematite will cure blood pressure disorders and kidney problems. It is said to be effective in healing pain because it maintains the charge of nerve cells. Magnetic haematite will also regulate the blood flow in the body. It is also used to cure and relieve headaches and anemia. Additional physical benefits include relief from cramps, spinal problems and fractured bones."

Perhaps that's why I had to buy them to protect my remaining kidney.

But there's still more to this story - another coincidence or synchronicity.

The day after I had placed my Amazon order Karin and I were in town in WH Smith - a UK book shop. I was looking at books at the back of the shop while Karin was in the queue to pay for something she had bought. While waiting a husband and wife, who live in the same road as us, started to talk to Karin. The man, Jack, asked where I was as he wanted to see me.

This sounds crazy - but I promise it's true - when he saw me he said he wanted to show me his lucky stone! He got this out of his pocket and I immediately saw it was hematite. I told him I'd just ordered quite a few of them. He looked somewhat surprised!

Jack told me that he sometimes lends his stone to friends when they aren't feeling too well.

We went our separate ways and the following day I told the story to my son about the 'coincidence' that had happened with Jack. He said that haematite was also his favourite stone. He went on to explain that a while back he was at a mind and spirit exhibition and started looking at the crystals and stones on display. He didn't buy anything but the stall holder, for some reason, insisted on giving him a simple haematite ring for free!

After my hematite stones arrived from Amazon I gave two of them to Karin, but the next day she gave them back to me as she didn't feel happy with them.

I took to Google again and the Sunny Ray website states that "Hematite is a male stone. This is obvious from the excess of iron in its structure, as iron is a typical male element. It is a stone of male love which promotes creating a relationship of love, balance and peace. Some say this stone brings mental clarity, better focus and concentration, clear thoughts and develops photographic memory"

That must be why Karin didn't get on with the stones.

So what am I going to do with my haematite stones? I'm not sure but something will tell me what to do next - I know I'm meant to have them!

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14 comments:

  1. I wish more people would just follow instinct they way you did. Sounds like it was meant to be, no questions asked...

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    1. Agree, we should follow the likes of our instincts and feelings. If they feel right follow them.

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  2. What a great story, the way it all fits together.

    By the way sometimes I 'have' to buy something, but it's usually shoes ;)

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    1. Okay! Though I've never understood how people can have a love for shoes.

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  3. Fascinating sequence of events and synchros here! Glad you followed your intuition. And I was really struck by how Karin wasn't "happy" with them! Thanks, as always, for the mention, Mike.

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    1. I'm still not fully sure what to do with the stones.

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  4. Its funny, but I was really surprised to read that hematite is actually a male stone. I own a necklace and earings, give nto me by my godmother when I got married 30 odd years ago. I wear them often. Did you know, real hematite stones are very cold to the touch and heavy? I think they are fantastic and I get a lot of people touching them when I wear them. And I get no bad feeling from them, when I wear them. Lina

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    1. Thanks Lina, that's interesting.

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  5. Interesting story Mike.I have a similar "stone" I purchased from The Crystal Castle,near Byron Bay.It's called a Black Goldstone,but I found out that Goldstone is actually a manmade glass with flecks of copper suspended in it, which give it the sparkles. Goldstone was said to be originally created by French monks, and in time the secret was lost. It's been rediscovered or recreated in modern times, though, and goldstone is a popular material because of its beauty as well as its metaphysical properties lore.Goldstone is said to help attain one's goals. Goldstone is also said to help one stay calm and stabilize the emotions. It can be used as an energy generator and can deflect unwanted energies, making it used as a protection stone. It is also used for long distance healing and revitalizing one's energy field. Goldstone also has many of the metaphysical properties of copper, including strengthening the circulatory system, strengthening bones, and easing arthritis pain.
    It looks like I'm holding a piece of the night sky with stars embedded in it.It looks similar to hematite,but it has sparkly flecks of silvery gold stars inside it.
    There is a picture of a black one here at the link below to give you an idea of what it looks like,but mine is the shape of the hematite stones you have pictured in your post.

    http://meanings.crystalsandjewelry.com/goldstone/

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    1. Thanks Darren, don't think I've heard of Black Goldstone before. Interesting stuff, must do some more research on stones and crystals. Thanks for the link.

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  6. I have had good experiences with various types of quartz and amber.

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    1. Thanks, I must do some research on crystals and stones.

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  7. One of my daughters loves hematite, and uses the magnetic ones on her refrigerator for special notes. Fortunately, she's an Aries which is the fire element and resonates to masculine energy.

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    1. Karin is also an Aries, but she didn't like the hematite at all, after carrying it with her for a day. Interesting!

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