The frequency of Bumble Bee Jasper connects to the sacral and solar plexus chakras. It opens and stimulates these chakras so that one has a real “zest” for life, to have a positive outlook, and to have confidence in one’s actions. It helps to increase one’s physical vitality and the sulfur content supports the physical body fight infections.
Bumble Bee Jasper helps to remove energy blocks within the sacral and solar plexus chakras bringing forth one’s creative talents and supporting one so that one can persevere with that which one desires. It helps one manifest that which is one’s highest and best good. The energy of this brightly colored Jasper stimulates one’s mental body so that one has mental clarity, enhanced awareness, and increased concentration. It gives one confidence to act on one’s “inner prompts”. Bumble Bee Jasper brings joyfulness to one’s being, giving a “buzz”.
Keywords: Creative manifestation, adventure, mental acuity, personal power, confidence
Chakra: Sacral, Solar Plexus
Element: Earth, Fire
Zodiac Signs: Leo
Bumble Bee Jasper History and Uses
Bumblebee Jasper has been known only since the late 1990s. It is named for its alternating yellow, orange, and black layers that resemble the coloration of certain bees. Bumblebee Jasper has been found only on the Indonesian island Java. Bumble Bee Jasper originates from Mount Papandayan, which is just over nine miles from the town of Garut in West Java, Indonesia. The mountain stands 8,743 feet high and is one of the tallest volcanoes in Indonesia. It is susceptible to eruptions and dangerous gas emissions, making mining difficult.
Bumblebee Jasper Geological Description
Bumblebee Jasper is not a true jasper because it does not consist primarily of microcrystalline quartz. It is technically a sedimentary rock that contains varying amounts of sulfur, manganese oxides, the arsenic-sulfide minerals realgar and orpiment, and the calcium-carbonate minerals calcite and aragonite. It forms in volcanic fumarole environments and is a porous, layered, multicolored rock that is cemented together by carbonate minerals. Its yellow layers are due to sulfur, orange to arsenic sulfide minerals, and black to manganese oxides. Bumblebee Jasper has a Mohs hardness of about 4.0.
Bumblebee Jasper is formed from a mixture of Indonesian volcano lava and sediment. They form around fumaroles, cracks in the earth where volcanic steam and gas escapes. During the rainy season in Indonesia, fumaroles turn into boiling mud pools.
The only known location for Bumblebee Jasper is found on or near Mount Papandayan, an active volcano in Indonesia. The deposit(s) are hidden in the jungle and primarily mined using basic hand tools. At least one of the mines can only be reached by hiking on foot.
Affirmation: I easily accept and work with changes on my journey.
The price is for one (1) tumbled stone approximately 2-4cm each
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