Saturn Stone

Ammonite

Fossil, Paleozoic Marine Arthropod

A stone with similarities to snails speaks of the slow passing of time and the architecture of the ages.  It is a stone of stability and protection.  Ammonite transmutes negativity into smooth flowing energy, encouraging relaxation.

Ammonite encourages circular breathing, making it an excellent stone ally during childbirth.  It enhances survival instincts and alleviates depression, good for bones and teeth.  Recommended for construction workers, those building structural foundations.

Vibrates to the number 9.

I chose this one for Fire on the 12th.
namaste
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dragon’s head

Ammonites are fossils, previous homes to cephalopods that lived in the seas between 240 – 65 million years ago.
The name originates from the Greek Ram-horned god called Ammon.

In the Middle Ages they were called ‘dragon’s heads’ and worn for protection.  The Blackfoot tribe also wore them to ward off evil spirits as ‘buffalo stones’.

Ammonite is a powerful re-birthing stone; it represents the sacred geometry of the golden mean and the cyclical nature of life.
It is excellent for centering, and relaxation through calming the breath, and pulse.  It can awaken the kundalini and foster harmonious energy flow throughout the body.


If you are very Earthy, or just simply a lover of stones, you may like to find a pocket totem to carry as a reminder to vibrate high energies during the Uranus oppositions to Sun, Mercury and Venus.
Venus is also conjunct Saturn.  Pluto is squaring the above, and Uranus too.

There is energy pushing and pulling in the sky in many earth signs.
…so I am making friends with the Earth energies via ammonite…

Capricorn rules Saturn, Saturn rules rocks , they are made with pressure over eons of time ~ very Plutonic.
Saturn is my chart ruler, both luminaries are in Earth, so I dig rocks. 

They help me focus my energies and practice patience, with myself and others.
….may they help you as well…

namaste~
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