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Obsidian

Description
The commonest type of volcanic glass, usually black, but sometimes red or brown in colour formed by the rapid cooling and solidification of granite magma.

Properties
bulletObsidian offers psychic protection.
bulletObsidian can help dissipate negativity.

Etymology
after Obsius, a Roman who supposedly discovered it or a similar mineral.
Origin of the word Obsidian at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Obsidian at Wikipedia

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