Lava Rock

Lava Rock: A healing stone used for millions of years, lava rocks are a powerful energy source. The same is why you can find lava rocks intrinsic to the indigenous cultures around the world.

As most of the earth’s surface is made of volcanic rocks, lava rocks are available in plenty.

Lava Rock Represents the God:
Vulcan: God of Fire, Greek; Aradia: Goddess of Witches, Tuscany; Manat: Goddess of Waning Moon, Arabia; Pele: Goddess of Fire, Hawaii; Hine-Nui-Te-Po: Goddess of Night, Polynesia.
As it originates from the volcano, lava rocks are eponymous. Lava rocks purify the spiritual clutter effortlessly. It is created when the magma erupts out of a volcano. Volcanic rocks are different from igneous rocks and often have individual nuances.
Covering up to 8% of the earth’s crust, lava rocks are available in plenty. They are opaque, porous and often vitreous in luster. Many minerals can add to the look and structure of lava rocks. Commonly found minerals in lava rocks are feldspar, silica, magnesium, muscovite and quartz.

When the rocks cool down by reaching up to 1000 degrees beneath the molten lava, volcanic rocks are formed. They are ideal for direction, charm, and protection in life.

Simmons, Robert; Ahsian, Naisha. The Book of Stones, Revised Edition: Who They Are and What They Teach (several pages). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.

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