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Source: Predominantly in Peru
Chakra: Throat, Third Eye
General: Formed from Celestite that has been compressed over millions of years into one of the stones of awareness for the New Age, Angelite represents peace and brotherhood. Facilitating conscious contact with the angelic realm, it enhances telepathic communication and enables out-of-body journeys to take place while still in contact with everyday reality. Angelite has been used to enhance astrological understanding and to bring deeper understanding of mathematics. This is a powerful stone for healers, as it deepens attunement, heightens perception, and provides protection for the environment or the body. It encourages you to speak your truth and to be more accepting. Alleviating psychological pain and counteracting cruelty, angelate transmutes disorder into wholeness.
Beneficial For: Claimed to be beneficial for - Compassion, rebirthing, meridians and energetic pathways, throat, inflammation, thyroid and the parathyroids, tissue and blood vessels, fluid balance, diuretic, weight control, lungs, arms, sunburn.1
Emotional Healing: Claimed to be beneficial for use channelling healing from angels via your hands and voice. Good for any communication difficulties, and also weight-related problems.
Practical Uses: For peaceful sleep put an angelate at each corner of the bed and ask that the angels protect you while you sleep.
Workplace: Helps disabled adults fit into the workplace and disabled children to be accepted into mainstream education. The stone of singers, musicians, composers, tour guides and those in customer services.2
- Judy Hall, “The Encyclopedia of Crystals”, Bounty Books, London, 2015
- Cassandra Eason, “The Complete Crystal Handbook”, Sterling Publishing, New York, 2010