This beautiful enchanted gold pendant had an 18kt gold ring (bail) added to it by a professional jeweler so it can easily be worn with most medium-thickness chains or smaller.
Most of our gold nuggets come from carefully digging out narrow cracks in exposed bedrock along rivers in northern California and southern Oregon. Occasionally we will buy nuggets from other miners when we see one with a particularly unique shape or one that will make a nice pendant.
All of our natural gold nuggets are enchanted by three Adepts in a Celestine Light Circle of Power to bring greater abundance to the owner of the nugget for whatever type of abundance they seek from financial to love.
During the enchantment process, the following Stewardship Angels were called upon to imbue their special power to further enhance the magickal qualities of the gold nugget:
- Huberon, Angel of Abundance
- Sijon, Angel of Achievement
- Larsarai, Angel of Focus
- Jorentin, Angel of Ideas
- Yisradan, Angel of Ingenuity
- Paschar, Angel of Blessings
- Veliton, Angel of Action
- Graszaneen, Angel of Self-empowerment
- Haslamatah, Angel of the Flow
- Ionestia, Angel of Initiative
- Karondarel, Angel of Manifestation
- Sardarondel, Angel of Mental Clarity
- Shuzuwass, Angel of Positive Possibilities
- Zarvanel, Angel of Hidden Power
Just hold the nugget in your hand and activate the magick by stating aloud whatever you are seeking, such as, “I seek my soul mate,” or, “I seek financial success.” The enchanted gold nugget will continue to draw that energy to you, until you reset it by holding the nugget and speaking aloud a different kind of abundance you desire.
For maximum benefit, you should wear or carry the nugget directly on you, or in a natural fiber pouch if it is a small nugget.
Gold Chain not included.
Note: The weight of our nuggets is in either grams (g) or grains (gr). There are 15.4 grains in 1 gram and there are 31.1 grams in 1 troy ounce of gold. For comparison, a US dime weighs 2.2 grams. A US quarter weighs 5.6 grams. Also note that a troy ounce is heavier than a regular ounce. A regular ounce is 28.3 grams, but a troy ounce is 31.1 grams. (Ounces are pretty confusing, which is why we prefer to use grams.)