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February 10, 2017

I breathe in peace, I breathe out chaos and disorder.

February 9, 2017

I see fear as the fuel for my success and take bold action in spite of fear.

Black On This Day – February 8th

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February 8, 2017

I easily find solutions to challenges and roadblocks and move past them quickly.

February 7, 2017

 

I expect to be successful in all of my endeavors. Success is my natural state.

Capricorn Love Crystal Set

Black Obsidian, Clear Quartz, & Moss Agate are a special combination of stones known to aid Capricorn spirit. They encourage Capricorn’s magnetic, stable, entrepreneurial nature. They support Capricorn’s sense of ambition, discipline, determination, responsibility, & organization. They enhance Capricorn’s drive for security & overall life purpose. They also help to direct Capricorn’s drive for leadership & power, ensuring proper motivation & honest tactics. They help to control Capricorn’s pride & need for independence, which can often lead to a cold, loner-type personality. (Please Note: Due to crystal availability, substitutions may occasionally occur.)

Every Tumbled Crystal Set is individually packaged with 3 Genuine Crystal Gemstones (approximately 3/4 inch to 1 & 1/4 inch each), Black Velour Pouch (2×2.5 inch), and Description Card. Also included with every crystal order are detailed crystal Programming Instructions and Cleansing Instructions.

All orders are smudged with white sage for cleanliness.

Black On This Day – February 7th

February 5, 2017

If you listen to your fears, you will die never knowing what a great person you might have been.

Black (Her)Story Month: Queen Mother Moore

Audley Moore learned about the oppression of African Americans from the tragic things that happened to her own family. Her great-grandmother was an African woman who was enslaved and raped by her master. Her grandfather motivated her to devote her life to fighting racism.
With only a 3rd grade education, she was very interested in any activity that promoted unity amongst her people. In the 1920’s she became a member of Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association & supported his “Back to Africa” movement.
When Garvey visited New Orleans but was not permitted to speak Ms. Moore and 3,500 armed blacks marched to City Hall and demanded that he be allowed to do so.  Continue reading “Black (Her)Story Month: Queen Mother Moore”

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