Here is an XXLarge approximately- 1 1/2" X 2 1/4" X 1 7/16" Omar "Fairy" Holey Stone gathered by me in Nebraska. You will receive One (1) Stone pictured in the photo.
The Hole, Opening Is Not All The Way Through This Stone. These Omar stones vary and rarely have a hole/ opening all the way through. They are often confused with Hag/ Holey stones. They are similar to Hag/ Holey stones but they are not formed locally where they are found and they are a harder Basaltic type of rock whereas Hag stones are often a softer material with more available with a hole all the way through.
Omar "Fairy" Stone
Chakra: Root Chakra, Third Eye Chakra
Element: Water, Earth, Air
Energies: Power, Protection, Healing
Omars which are short for Omarolluk are fine-grained sedimentary rocks made up of sands derived from basaltic rocks. Special Sacred stones that have naturally occurring holes in them are also available in a wide variety of eroded irregular concretion "fairy" formations. Made by the sculpting powers of wind and water create the opening, shape in a stone over a great amount of time and it is believed to carry the wisdom of the ages, having both healing and magical properties. Used as windows or doorways to see into the spiritual, fairy realms. These stones are considered powerful protection stones that can be worn for personal protection and hung at doorways or windows to protect the home from negative vibrations. To prevent nightmares, place them in the sleeping area of the one who wishes to be free of nightmares. When strung with a red string or ribbon and hung over the bed it acts as a shield against bad dreams much like the Native American dream catcher.
These stones were Only formed in the Belcher Islands of southeast Hudson Bay. They were carried southwest into central Canada by glaciers and then down into the Midwest where they are commonly found in glacial gravels here in Nebraska/ Iowa. What a journey they have made!! They are similar to Hag/ Holey stones found elsewhere, the only difference they are not formed locally where they are found. Making these stones very unique from the Hag/ Holey Stones found all over the world! They are often confused with Native American artifacts, which most likely were picked up and used by our ancestors but they are all naturally occurring stones. I personally call them "Fairy" stones because the first time I placed one by my bedside I had a dream of a Fire Fairy!
Crystal healing should be done in conjunction with orthodox medical treatment.