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Rose of sands

ROSE OF SANDS

Some practical information:

The rose of sands is a sulphate of calcium .Variété of fragile sélénite
Hardness: 2/10. Origin: They find it in the desert.

That of Mexico is called rose of snows because the warmth of the sun whitened it.
The rose of sands is a gypsum (diverted from the Latin gypsum which means plaster)
For his Purification, use some frankincense, and recharge her with a lot sun exclusively. No WATER
The rose of sands entices more the natives of the cancer and the Aquarius
Planet: Moon

The rose of sands owes its appellation to its structure in petals of rose. These "petals" are various sizes, the smallest not exceeding any millimetres. In the course of its training, this mineral has include grains of sand which confer on him his harsh aspect. The colour of roses of sands (white, yellow, dew or blackwoman) depends on that some sand in which they formed. So, roses of sands of Tunisian Sahara and desert of Sonora (which stretches of the south of Arizona north of New Mexico) are white, while those who formed in sands of late colour of Algerian Sahara are pinkish. Finally crystallizations found in the desert of Argentina are black.

That it brings us:

It assures of aplomb.

Legends and superstitions:

Roses of sands are known of people of Sahara, since Antique.

At the time of caravans, the nomads stopped in oases to drink and have a rest. Their dromedaries urinated with such potency as they moved sand, leaving discovers mineralization of gypsum. Also as it was thought, for a long time, that the urine of these animals was has the origin of the training of these crystallizations.
Some sand, the sun and some water is needed only, it is all that nature needs to form a rose of sands.

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