Kambaba Jasper Towers
The "Kambaba Stone" is a unique, rare form of Jasper which is mined along the South Africa Rift, between Africa and Madagascar. It's African counterpart is most commonly referred to as "crocodile jasper" and we have are pleased to have both types for you to choose from. This is a rare type of stromatolite jasper that is incredibly mesmerizing to look at! This stone is a highly sought after Shaman stone, protecting the healer and grounding you to source during ritual work. Calming to the emotions, this stone helps to provide you insight into complicated situations, and comforts you during times of stress and tribulation. Like smoky quartz, this stone will absorb negative energy to keep it away from you, and protect your from psychic attack. Shamans for ages have worn Jasper with the belief that it holds solar energy that they can use during pathworking and journeying. Kambaba Jasper is extremely useful for cleaning and aligning your chakras, and is believed to help block harmful electromagnetic radiation. If you tend to be someone that obsesses over things, this is the stone for you, as it promotes balance of your emotions and rational thinking. This is a base chakra healing and strengthening stone, which also works well with awakening and unblocking your kundalini energy so it can move up and align all other chakra centers in your body.
This listing is for one Madagascar Kambaba Jasper tower, of the size your select. Small towers are approximately 1.5 inches, and medium are 2-3 inches. Please know that any stone you purchase from us has been charged on our sacred altar space, recharged in the full moonlight, and cleansed with pure white sage before they are packaged and sent to you! You can shop with confidence, knowing that each stone has been hand selected and prepared for your use before you receive it!
Please Note: You may or may not receive the same stone photographed depending on supply at the time of your order. We hand select all of our stones directly from our suppliers, going through and choosing the best that are available. However, they are all extremely unique, so they each have their own markings, qualities and imperfections. We do try to fulfill requests as closely as possible, based on the stones we have left.