DESCRIPTION: Morrisonite Jasper set in premium, low-tarnish Sterling Silver. The stones were cut here in EarthSong Studios in Florida, then set by some of the finest silversmiths in the world using the highest grade of sterling silver made. If this stone “talks to you” with its design, it may well be tuned to a dream you have.
This is a certified DreamStone pendant, one of only a thousand that will exist. This pendant is from the Song of A Thousand Dreams. As the Song foretells, each stone is tuned by its design or its number to a dream.
If you have a dream, it may well be that one of the stone pendants in the Song is your dream. We do not have the key to know which pendant might be connected to a dream, But, we do have some clues. You dream may be connected somehow to a number that means something to you. Check our clues here and see if a particular pendant is tuned to your dream.
SIZE: 60 x 28 x 7 mm. Weighs 20 grams. (2.4 x 1.1 x .3 inches. Wt: .7 ounces.)
SOURCE: Earth Song Studios, FL
USES: When you have your DreamStone, first focus it on your particular dream. Hold it and really focus on what you dream of having. Then wear it whenever you are doing something to accomplish your dreams. I will focus the Universal Life Force to help your dreams become reality.
THE STORY: Morrisonite, like many minerals or rocks is named after someone associated with its discovery or early mining. Morrisionite is a form or quartz named for James Morrison, who for a half century has made his home in a canyon of the Owyhee river some six or eight miles above the discontinued post office of Watson.
Julian Field of The Gem Shop was one of the first to bring the material to the public. His history of Morrisonite is on his web site. Reading there you will learn that this material is found with difficulty, and was found only in a single location. The area we understand is now closed, so new material is not expected to be available.
There is also a great story of Morrisonite on The Rare Rocks and Gems site by Philip Stephensone. He note there that it is called "The King of Jaspers. " Well, it is sublimely beautiful, very hard to find, and extremely expensive if you can get someone to part with any, so it might well be the King. Don't believe me? Do yourself a favor and check out Philip's Morrisonite collection. Simply amazing, and stunningly beautiful. Dont' miss it.