Thursday, July 25, 2019

Did You Know


Did you know that Boji Stones were first discovered in Kansas? Some people think they were left by aliens, some people think they are parts of meteorites. They are sold in pairs. The  male is a rough textured stone. And the  female is a smooth textured stone. They supposedly have so much energy, some people have compared them to holding jumping beans.

29 comments:

  1. Heaven forbid, Sandra. I'm from KS and have never heard of these stones before. Useful information when playing games of trivia!

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    1. There's a lot of different theories on those stones. Some say they're Pop Rocks. Some say they are different from Pop Rocks. Whatever, I find them fascinating.

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  2. Now you have told me something new! Thanks, have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Entirely my pleasure, Val.
      You have a great day too.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  3. New to me too.
    Love the meerkats as well.

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  4. Never even heard of them. Aliens must have wiped my mind.

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    1. Ha. I think I'll snag that for an excuse when I'm having any memory issues.

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  5. Wow! Never heard of these, but it sounds very cool to grab some if I ever visit Elizabeth in Kansas. Very fascinating trivia! Hugs, RO

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    1. Lets take a road trip!
      Hugs received and returned.

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  6. O-: I never heard of them. Just read a bit more about them. Very cool!

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  7. I've never hear of them either, let alone I never knew where they were discovered.

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  8. That is so cool Sandra! I had to go look this up and see what they look like! Very cool!
    (Sorry, I am so late again coming around in blog land! I just wanted to say, you Rock too!!! I am so happy you have got a good response on my blog and from all around the other blogs too!! Thanks for being you Sandra! Big Hugs!)

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    1. Heh. Love the you rock too. Very timely:)
      And thanks so much for your support and having me on your lovely blog. I appreciate ya.

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  9. I never even heard about these stones. let's hope the Super heroes are ok with that

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  10. did you know; I thought this was just a conversation between meerkats; then I thought...I'm going to google....have never heard of these until now !! :) makes one wonder if there are any left where they've been found ☺☺♥♥

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  11. First I've heard of them.

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  12. I can't recall hearing about the boji stones before now...but maybe I have as I'm quite interested in Native American culture...crafts, arts and beliefs. I'll have to catch up on some more reading. I've a couple of informative books here. My female cat is named "Shama"...after "Shaman". :)

    I've a few crystals...male and female. And I also have a lovely green stone from New Zealand. It was given to me by Kiwi friends. The story goes if a green stone is given as a gift it brings good fortune to the recipient.

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    1. Your green stone sounds fascinating. Did they tell you what it was?

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  13. I don't think I'd heard of Boji Stones until now!

    Adorable picture of the meerkats.

    All the best Jan

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    1. I find Boji Stones fascinating and meerkats delightful:)

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  14. I did not know that! And they look like meercats!

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