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Did you know, legend has it that chiastolite warded off the evil eye?
*Possibly because of cross-shaped, black inclusions of graphite on the stone.
I'll have to Google chiastolite. I have no idea what it is.Love,Janie
I know, right? It's basically a stone with a cross design in it.
Colour me clueless. Again.
I would color you many vibrant colors, but never clueless:)
New to me once again! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie
Yet another thing I didn't know.... I must be thick.Have a good day.Yvonne.
Not at all. A little know stone. A little known legend:)You have a good day too:)
I had to look this stone up but I can see why it was considered to ward off the evil eye. I am feeling better today. Tuesday was a write off and yesterday I was sleeping most of the day. I have some pain but no more bleeding and a bit tired but nothing major.
It is a fascinating stone, isn't it, Birgit?So glad you are on the mend.
That's a real gem of trivia, Sandra.
ROFL. That's seriously a good one, dear Elizabeth.
Nope! Clueless again!
Nope. You're never clueless:)
No, I did not know this. Amazed once again.
More obscure trivia;)
I know the Italian ritual to break the Malocchia (evil eye)
Now that's impressive.
I didn't know. Would be a good one to have xo
As each week goes by, I realise just how dumb I am!!! :)
That you most certainly aren't.
Is that like kryptonite?
Heh. I love it.
You probably have to know what a "chiastolite" is for it to work. Sigh.
Uy ni siquiera sabía que es "chiastolite" pero ya lo sé gracias a googloe . Buen dato, te mando un beso
Thanks:)I'll send you a hug;)
That's such a cool fact to know. I had to google chiastolite lol
It's not a well-known stone for sure. It's neat-looking though, isn't it, Yvonne?
No, I did not know this!All the best Jan
Stone legend trivia;)
Very cool! Thanks Sandra! Big Hugs!
You bet.Big Hugs received and returned:)