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1.2 BILLION Year Old Crystal seeing Daylight for the first time - cleaning minerun oldstock Amethyst
- Published on Oct 7, 2021
- There isn’t much talking, mostly spraying.
Enjoy or Not!
This crystal comes from Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada.
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P.S. - I think this crystal is NOT 1.2 billion years old like the project geologist claims…
Here’ s the story as posted on a previous Biden I did:
Worlds Largest Boreal Amethyst Cluster formed by Ojibwa ⚡️Thunder Bird⚡️
Let's consider why places receive their names.... I like Lightning, and with Lighting, comes THUNDER, so "Thunder Bay" is a perfect example. Today's aurora bears witness to the electrical spirit, still visibly present in the Earth circuit - as above, so below.
The Thunderbird of the Great Lakes
The Ojibwa, or Chippewa, whose traditional homeland includes the forests of Southern Ontario and Quebec north of the Great Lakes, have their own legend of a giant, thunder-making eagle. In fact, the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, situated at the head of Lake Superior, gets is name from a translation of the Ojibwa words “Animike Wekwed“- literally “Thunder Bird Bay”.
This extremely rare Chevron Purple Amethyst cluster was mined in frozen tundra of the Boreal Forest, north of Thunder Bay, Canada. I propose this geological formation can be better explained by electric forces discharging between the earth and sky in antiquity.
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