Boji Stone


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22 Apr 2004, 00:40 #1

Today I was gifted with a Boji Stone. As soon as I held it, I felt its energy charging through me and at the same time felt very grounded. Quite an amazing
feeling.




Boji® is a trademark name since 1972 and from what I have read, came to light by a trance-channeler in Colorado.




My Crystal book tells me "each stone is distinguished by the characteristic of a small, smooth pattern of crystallization(female) or a larger uneven
pattern of crystallization(male). Boji stones has been found with rainbows upon the surface; the rainbows making a lovely expansion of the energies of the
mineral. The crystallization mineral within the boji stone is primarily pyrite, analysis of the composition of the stone has also indicated the presence of
palladium, an excellent healing mineral, and a variety of other minerals.




Boji stones come in male, female and androgynous forms and in various sizes, generally from the size of a dime to as about as large as a silver dollar. The
male stone is characterized primarily by the uneven, sharp, protruding patterns on their surface.




The female stones are all smooth in their configuration. The androgynous stones display a point or points of some uneven characteristics but not as contiguous
as displayed on the male stones."




Mine is blackish-brownish in color with a flattened spherical shape and a few protruding platelets. I am not sure if it is male or female but I am leaning more
toward androgynous. I am eager to see what may unfold in it's use.




In Spirit ... Lotus




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Guest

22 Apr 2004, 02:16 #2

I have 2 sets of these stones...
One set
is like coins.. round and sort of flat, one has what is
called smooth surface & one has the points, male
& female pair.
The other pair I have is
called figure 8 or peanut shape
They are used
in meditation one in each hand.
It
does sound like you have one that is both male &
female. They have been used by native tribes for
centuries. They were taken on quests. I really like mine
& used to carry the peanuts with me all the time
in a pouch. I was going through some really ruff stuff
& they helped me. I still have themImage but they
are resting. I no longer feel the need to have them with
me at all times. My husband used to carry a round set
with him one in each pocket.
Image I hope you
enjoy your new mineral friend.
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Guest

22 Apr 2004, 03:53 #3

Oh Luna, yours sounds wonderful. I love how the
stone feels, very calming and soothing so I can
understand why they would bring comfort during stressful
times.
I am not called to use
crystals to often in my work but every once in awhile I
feel the tug toward one, perhaps this stone will call to
me during a healing session.
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Lotus
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Cinnamon Moon 1
Spirit Keeper
Joined: 16 Oct 2003, 23:40

20 Nov 2005, 01:54 #4

Boji
Stone:

*Scott Cunningham:

Projective, Mars, Fire, Akasha
Powers: Power,
protection, healing, balancing energies
On my recent trip to Denver, the owner of Isis
Bookstore piled several bizarre-looking
"stones" in my hands.
"Here," he said.
"What are they?"

They were grey, metallic, heavy. Were they magnets? No.
Some were grainy-surfaced ovals, fairly smooth, while
others were studded with what appeared to be three-sided
corners of some metal that had formed crystals within the
"stone" itself. A few were
tubular-shaped, lookin like two stones that had been
smashed and fused together.
"What are they?" I asked,
stumped.
"Boji
Stones," Leon said, smiling.
Yeah, I'd never heard of them either. They
apparently come from some place in Kansas. Holding one in
each hand, I felt a tremendous flow of energy through my
body.
Magical Uses: Boji Stones are
something of an enigma. I've taken them to experts, but
they aren't sure just what they are--crystalline forms of
iron? Pseudomorphs (where organic or mineral substances
are replaced with, in this case metal)? At lease one
specimen, I was told, seems to be a fossilized vertebra
of some ancient animal, in which the bone has been
replaced with a form of pyrite.

Whatever they are, Boji Stones emit forceful, projective
vibrations. They appear to be useful for balancing the
body's energies, with the resultant effects of calming,
grounding and healing. One woman said that holding a
stone in her hand had removed the pain from it. They are
certainly protective, in that they charge up our psychic
defenses. As for their other uses, maybe we'll discover
them together.
~To Be A Feather In Spirit's Wing~

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