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Mookite Jasper February 27, 2012

Filed under: Stone and bone — stoneagepaths @ 9:40 PM
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Mookite or Mookaite Jasper is an Australian jasper containing shades of pink, red, yellow and brown.  It comes from the Mooka Creek beds in the Kennedy Ranges in Western Australia.  Mookite is found only in Australia and is actually a fossiliferous sedimentary rock, it has long been considered to be a healing stone that bestows strength.


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