Only One! Walrus Fossil Ivory Mala with Gaspeite


About this Mala:
108, 8mm real, Eco-Friendly Alaskan Walrus Ivory beads, with Gaspeite and Turquoise markers. 8mm beads with an adjustable knot to finish this amazing and special, one of a kind mala!

About Walrus Fossil Ivory:
This beautiful mala material originates from Alaska. The color range is creamy ivory with brown outer skin. Fossilized Walrus Ivory is excellent for inlay, cabochons, bead-making and carving. One of the few types of ivory available today that does not endanger a living animal; it is found in melting glaciers in Alaska and the Siberian tundra, and comes from either walrus, mastodon or mammoth that were sacrificed for food and tools in ancient times, when they were not in any ecological danger. Prehistorically, this material was utilized by the Eskimo to make tools and utensils; from harpoons to sled runners, ivory was considered a gift from the gods.
Healing Properties:
Turquoise: Turquoise is known as a master healer stone, with the ability to repair physical injury, mental strife and even past life trauma. Turquoise healing properties promote communication and will help solve petty arguments and resolve hostilities. It can also help people who wear it to gain wisdom. Turquoise healing properties can even protect the wearer from harm by absorbing negative influences.

Fossil Ivory: Many consider ivory useful in stimulating and strengthening the entire skeletal structure, stimulating the pattern of bone tissue regeneration, particularly the enamel on the surface of the teeth, as well as helping one to exert inner discipline through strength and tenacity. It alleviates anger and frustration; opens the third chakra, aligning the emotional body with the etheric body to allow penetration on a cellular level. The primal energies of fossil ivory are very soothing, and therefore aid in meditation as well as past life work.

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