Septarian Geode

Fancy a dragon egg? We have Septarian egg shaped geodes, towers, chunks, palm stones, and more here at Spellbound!

Did you know that Septarian specimens are believed to have formed during the Cretaceous period? How cool is that? Volcanic eruptions and other occurrences resulted in the death of small sea life that then sank into the seabed when sea levels were once much higher. As the specimens decomposed, sediments would accumulate and create a nodule or mud ball. When the oceans eventually receded, these mud balls were left exposed to the air and dried out, causing shrinking and cracking. The beautiful patterns you see inside Septarian nodules are the result of this cracking.

Septarian is a Dispeller Builder crystal. These specimens are very helpful talismans for mental and spiritual problems, namely repelling them from the body and spirit. Worry, anxiety, fear, and doubt can literally cripple us and make our lives miserable. With this crystal, we are able to more easily ground our energies and let things like that slough off like old dragon skins.

When crystals are carbonates, they have the earth energy of Builders. These crystals, like Septarian, are excellent in applications in which something new needs to be made from something old. Woodworkers, stone workers, artists, painters, and others involved in the creative arts benefit from this type of crystal.



Robert Simmons reports in the Book of Stones that the Aragonite in Septarian is excellent for improving our intuition and psychic abilities. He notes that these have an excellent stabilizing influence. Naisha Ahsian tells us it is used in supporting the practice of breath work for emotional healing.

Septarian is used in mediations to enhance insight and assist in communications with Higher sources of information and intelligence. It sensitizes a person to their spiritual capabilities. It enhances inner vision and allows for smooth communications with the Spirit world. It is also used to calm anger and stress before a formal meditation effort.