JUMBO Dark Fluorite - Purple and Gold - Gemstone Happy Pumpkin Totem Jack-o-Lantern Carving - Unique!

You will receive the Jumbo Happy Pumpkin carving pictured, measuring approximately 4.75" x 4.6" x 3.7" and weighing just over 5 pounds!

This Happy Pumpkin features beautiful dark Fluorite in shades of gold and purple, with hints of deep green toward the bottom. It exhibits natural internal fractures common to the growth patterns of Fluorite (see photos).

This cheerful pumpkin carving is a perfect gift for loved ones who have a strong tie to the Autumnal Season, especially if they love Halloween!

Symbolism of the Pumpkin

Pumpkins are a natural symbol of fertility, abundance, stability, and growth. They are tied intrinsically to the Earth Element and associated with the Autumn season, with pumpkin seeds and gourds being often used in Samhain rituals. When carved for use as Jack-o-Lanterns, they have been used as reminders of loved ones who have passed on, and also to ward off malicious spirits from the home.

Metaphysical Properties, Uses, and Meaning of Fluorite

Fluorite is a powerful gemstone that surrounds you with layers of protection and spurs you to connect to the Universal consciousness.  With this gemstone you will feel activation of your supernatural DNA and have a tremendous pulse of paranormal energy.  Working with this stone brings you an elevating sense of purpose and will activate all of your Chakras - drawing out their natural powers.  Fluorite provides a multi-faceted vibration power throughout your life.  It will absorb negative energy from your 3 bodies, aura, and Chakras-- which is why it is a stone that needs to be cleansed on a regular basis.  It will stimulate your mind, bringing about greater clarity when communicating with spirits & ancestors, or receiving messages from the Universe.  Fluorite promotes harmony and balance and will keep you motivated for positive forward momentum throughout your life.

Fluorite forms in shades of green and purple most commonly, with bands of clear fluorite between. However, it can also be found in shades of yellow and (rarer still) blue. Fluorite that possesses distinct bands or chevrons of multiple shades within one specimen is commonly referred to as Rainbow Fluorite.



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