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Onyx

Description
A very hard variety of Agate with straight alternating bands of one or more colours.

Properties
bulletOnyx is associated primarily with the root chakra.
bulletOnyx assists with challenges in life, especially those caused by a drain of energy.
bulletOnyx prevents the draining away of personal energy and can be used for protection from such.
bulletOnyx also helps with grounding and controlling or eliminating excess or unwanted energies.
bulletOnyx has been used for wound healing, childbirth and to increase stamina and self-control.
bulletBlack onyx and red onyx are associated with the base (root, first) chakra. White onyx is associated with linking the base and crown chakras to have balanced energy throughout the chakra system.

Etymology
Latin, from Greek, meaning 'nail'.
Origin of the word Onyx at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Onyx at Wikipedia

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