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Carved Gold Sheen Obsidian Medusa

Carved Gold Sheen Obsidian Medusa

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This is a Gold Sheen Obsidian carved Medusa.

Working with Medusa energy protects from and ward off the negative, much like the modern evil eye. She represents a dangerous threat meant to deter other dangerous threats, an image of evil to repel evil. 

Black Obsidian is said to be one of the best stones for scrying and divination while bringing about protection and cutting out negativity from an area. Obsidian is one of the best stones for transformation being born out of the hot magma from volcanic eruption, it shows the strength of being forged by the fires of disruption and chaos. Obsidian may be fashioned as a tool and must be handled with care, as, its edges are some of the sharpest things possible used in fashioning blades and knives. 

Obsidian is used in modern surgery settings for its ability to be fashioned into a lance that's blade cuts in every direction simultaneously, making it an effective tool for precise surgical slicing! You can utilize this energy in helping you to remove people, habits, environments, and situations in your life that are no longer serving you. It is an excellent ally for diving to the depths of the psyche and cutting away the cords that are holding you back. 

Obsidian is reflective and if you dare to face the depths of yourself, this is a great tool for self-discovery and shadow working. As you confront your own projections and look deeper into things, you will find the answers you might not have seen so clearly in the light of day. Meditate with Obsidian when you're ready to uncover and unearth the things that have been hidden that are keeping you from the transformation you've been working towards.

Obsidian is an igneous rock formed by the rapid cooling and hardening of volcanic lava. The volcanic glass stone was used in trading by Mayan merchants, dating as far back as 100 years BC. In ancient Mexican culture this stone was called Itzli, literally, the god of stone, as it was used to make weapons for war as well as cutting tools for everyday use.

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