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Stone Lore

Stone Lore is ancient and significant in myth, magic, religion and cultural identity.
This page will expand as time allows.

Julian Cope

Megalith ~ Monolith
Wikipedia List Of Megaliths ~ Wikipedia List Of Largest Monoliths In The World

axis mundi #1 ~ #2
omphalos #1 ~ #2
Omphalos Hypothesis
Sarcophagus means "flesh-eating stone"
Jewish Breastplate Stones
Urim and Thummim
Crystals @ Crystalinks
The Magic of Rocks and Stones Written and compiled by - Patricia Jean Martin

Orion Correlation Theory

Scrying Stone
In Persian culture, there exists a myth that God (Allah) had no need for diamonds, gold, or any other precious metals or gems when he created the world. Satan(Persian), however, took notice that Eve (in Islam) loved the brightly colored flowers in the Garden of Eden (in Islam) and thus created gemstones in the same hues to tempt humans.

Cylinder Seals were made from hard stone, glass, or ceramics such as Egyptian faience.
Many varieties of material such as hematite, obsidian, steatiteamethyst and carnelian were used to make cylinder seals, but lapis lazuli was especially popular because of the beauty of the blue stone.
Studies in European Fossil Folklore and Ethnopaleontology
Great Sphinx of Giza

Wikipedia List of Colossal Sculpture in situ

Obelisk Wikipedia

A World of Obelisks
Tzohar ~ Abrahams Glowing Stone ~ Tzohar: Gem of Noah, Light of Heaven
Stone Circles
Jewish Encyclopedia Stone Worship
Black Stone of Islam
Black Stone of Mecca (goddess worship-yoni)
The Black Stone – the Omphalos of the Goddess Bob Trubshaw
Benben Stone
Baetyl Stone
Shiva Linga and Shakti Yoni
Banalinga ~ Image
Jacobs Stone Pillow (Stone of Destiny-Stone of Scone)
Tarlow Stones >> Aboriginal Stone Arrangement
Egyptian Stone Scarabs
Aaron’s Breastplate
The Hope Diamond
Rosetta Stone
Blarney Stone
Plymouth Rock
Easter Island
The Great Sphinx of Giza
Edgar Cayce - Great Pyramid and Sphinx Reading from 1932
The Plague Stone, Eyam
Devil's Bridge
Each of the Devil's Bridges has a corresponding Devil-related myth or folktale.
The Entrance stone with megalithic art at Newgrange, Ireland built during the Neolithic period around 3000 BC to 2500 BC, making it older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids
Mongolian Deer Stone
Men-an-Tol Stone
Yoni Egg: The Secret Feminine Weapon
Hunky Punk Wikipedia 
Hunky Punk
Sheela na gig

Distaff Day
Helga Feli
Rocking Stone
Adder Stone ~ Hag Stone Lore
"I have also heard it said that if one looks through the actual hole of a hex stone
then it is possible to see the pixies which normally are invisible to the human eye"
Stone Soup
Stone Soup Military Tactic
Aos Sí
90 Foot Stone
Oak Island
Oak Island 90 Foot Stone

Avebury stone lore
Ale's Stones  stone lore
Decalogue Stone ~ Newark Holy Stones
The Grotesque In Church Art (1899) (cool book)
Snaptun Stone and Kirkby Stephen Stone and the The Punishment of Loki

Extraterrestrial Stones
Phobos Monolith ~ Mars Monolith
List of rocks on Mars
Martian Pyramid?
Unmasking the Face on Mars NASA Science News 2001
American Indian Pipestone
Seer Stone
Crystal Ball
Crystal Skulls

Ten Famous Balancing Rocks Around the World
Rock Balancing

Adrian Gray Stone Balancing Art
Myths About Gemstones
A Brief History of Opal Superstitions
White Goddess Gargoyles ~ Gargoyle Wikipedia
Gargoyles vs. Grotesque
Encyclopedia Britannica/Grotesque
Grotesque Wikipedia
Painted Pebbles

Native Americans and Crystals
Rare Magical Stones Occult
Stone Tools
Gem Encyclopedia from the Gemological Institute of America
Gemstones A-Z
Snazzdragon's Crystal Pages
The Magic of Crystals and Gemstones
Megalithic >> Dolmen
Devil's Corkscrews
Nabta Playa
Aboriginal Stone Arrangement


Curious Lore Of Precious Stones 1938 PDF By
George Frederick Kunz
Lemurian Star Seed Crystal
Fulgurite (petrified lighting)
Toadstone, also known as Bufonite, is a mythical stone or gem that was thought to be found in the head of a toad. It was supposed to be an antidote to poison and in this it is not unlike Batrachite, supposedly formed in the heads of frogs.
Toadstones were actually the button like
Fossilized Teeth of Lepidotes
Some Pagans use the following stones for the purposes indicated:
Rose Quartz -- Love, heart healing
Lapis Lazuli -- Luck
Malachite -- Money
Aventurine, Amazonite -- Travel safety
Citrine -- Happiness, money
Moonstone -- Pregnancy, women’s magick
Garnet -- Courage
Tourmaline -- Healing according to color
Blue Lace Agate -- Angelite
Celestite -- Peace
Lepidiolite -- Depression, Bi-Polar, mood swings
Aquamarine -- Harmony between two people
Labradorite -- Dark Moon, introspection
Quartz -- Amplifies other stones
Bloodstone -- Physical strength, sports
Selenite, Serpentine -- Dreaming
Fluorite -- Healing on all levels
Jacare’ Quartz -- Past lives, ancestors
Jaspers, Agates -- Healing according to type
Carnelian -- Astral travel, friendship, success
Hematite -- Grounding, protection, takes away pain
Amethyst -- Meditation, calming
Moldavite -- High spiritual consciousness
Zodiac Gemstone Chart Image
Crystal Vaults
Healing Stones
Introduction to Crystal Healing
Crystalis Institute
Gemstones Information and Gem Pictures
Snazzdragon Crystal Page
Lapidary of Stones Wikipedia
Hag Stones ~ Adder Stone ~ Toadstone
The Magic and Science of Jewels and Stones By Isidore Kozminsky 1922
Petrosphere https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrosphere
Moai https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moai

Yaxchilan Lintel 24 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaxchilan_Lintel_24

Carved Stone Balls https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carved_Stone_Balls
Grave orb https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grave_orb
Rai stones https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rai_stones
Copán Bench Panel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cop%C3%A1n_Bench_Panel
Olmec Stone Heads https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olmec_colossal_heads
Maya stelae https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_stelae
Potbelly sculpture https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potbelly_sculpture
Stone spheres of Costa Rica https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_spheres_of_Costa_Rica
Kugel balls https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kugel_ball
Folkton Drums https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folkton_Drums