The Courage Stone: Chrysoprase

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Good Witches Homestead

The Greeks named this stone “golden bloom” due to the golden drops that seem to be contained in the stone. It was a valuable and much sought-after stone in the Middle Ages. Being a magic stone it was recharged in the open at half moon in order to ensure good health and a happy marriage.

Colors: apple green, bright green

Uses: Chrysoprase is a variety of quartz excellent for humility, personal insight, adapting to new environments or situations, creativity, fertility, and mental wellness. Relieves gout, strengthens eyesight, aids in cultivating the art of invisibility, out-of-body, experience, psycho-navigation, and shapeshifting.

Star Sign: Cancer
Planet: Moon
Element: Water
Chakra: Heart

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TIPS FOR CHRYSOPRASE

Keep chrysoprase near you to clear the fog in your mind when you are confused
Hold chrysoprase to improve dexterity
Carry or wear chrysoprase to lift your spirits when you are feeling low
Place chrysoprase around you to create…

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BLM Issues Draft Environmental Assessment on Massive WY Wild Horse Removal

Straight from the Horse's Heart

Unedited BLM Press Release

“More propaganda and ‘Fake’ statistics utilized by the BLM to destroy the wild horse herds of Wyoming!” ~ R.T.

Past BLM Wyoming Stampede ~ Photo by Carol Walker of Wild Horse Freedom Federation

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo.Today the Bureau of Land Management released its draft environmental assessment for a proposed wild horse gather in southwest Wyoming and is seeking public input. The proposed gather will reduce wild horse populations in the Salt Wells Creek, Adobe Town and Great Divide Basin Herd Management Areas to their low Appropriate Management Levels in order to maintain healthy wild horses on healthy, productive rangelands.

Currently, public lands are home to 73,000 wild horses and burros across the west. This amounts to nearly triple the 26,715 population target that was established by the Wild-Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971, as amended. The extensive overpopulation of wild horses…

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