Jasper is a name given to a variety of cryptocrystalline silica rocks SiO2 Jasper is a widely used term for SiO2 bearing rocks of predominantly metasomatic or metamorphic origin and may have occurred
as a result of contact metamorphism.

According to New Age Therapists Jasper is a shaman’s stone.
It gathers energy for brave and practical strategic action.
Jasper provides strength, courage, and determination. It is also extremely grounding and soothing as a base chakra stone. Socially, Red Jasper can also be used to nurture others and remind people to be kind to each other.  Jasper occurs in many colours and patterns and has been used by man as articles of adornment for thousands of years.
It was also carried asa Talisman for good luck and protection.
It is symbolised as a stone of power, strength, courage, protection, and stamina. It brings stability and balance in life. From mental peace to physical health, it brings positivity and improvement in life.

Zodiac: Aries

is the Stone of Vision

Jasper is an opaque rock of virtually any color stemming from the mineral content of the original sediments or volcanic ash.

Picture jaspers exhibit combinations of patterns, such as banding from flow or depositional patterns (from water or wind), dendritic or color variations, resulting in what appear to be scenes or images on a cut section.

Jaspers have been revered by ancient peoples and civilizations throughout the world as sacred and powerful stones of protection for
both the physical and spiritual realm.

New Age Therapists say Picture Jasper can stimulate creative visualisation. It is a great stone for those involved in physical activities and sport as it is said to help generate muscle tissue.
It can boost creativity making it a great stone for artists and designers.

Zodiac: Leo

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