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Magic is an Eternal Attribute of God. I am intensely drawn to the mystical, the metaphysical, the Numinous. It is like a strong magnetic pull, an invisible force upon my soul, that cannot be broken. I want Him. I want His presence. I want His attention. I want His conversation. The other night I wanted to make a ragu with rigatoni pasta. I am in a continual internal conversation with Him. It was incredible, because He started responding to me as I cooked –“a little more of that… okay, that’s enough of that…. add some of this…” It turned out to be the best thing I’ve ever made. It was incredibly delicious. It was a “ratatouille experience” but with Jesus. Sounds silly to most of you, I am sure, but it was so fun. I crave His attention and interaction. I am always saying, “what about this, what about that?” This was the first time we cooked together. I love Jesus. I want a limitless relationship with Him. All things are possible to the one who believes. Our minds were designed to do miraculous things, but it cannot be had without the Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the catalyst for everything.

You know how much I love going into the rock and crystal store. It has been closed for a while due to the latest global elite culling. Anyhoo, it has opened, masks required, and doors locked. They are only letting so many in at a time. You have to use hand sanitizer once allowed in. It felt so amazing to be in there after all this time. I really wanted God to pick out a message for me. It was neat because several little things caught my eye and I felt drawn to them, but it wasn’t until I got home that I saw the message and how they all went together.

You know how much I love rocks and crystals so much. This is what I was drawn to, now the “fearless” token I have had for a while, along with the Lemurian Crystal, but they felt like they should be a part of the message and my prayer. Take a look:

First I was drawn to this Fairy Stone that looks like a full moon with crescent moons on the side. Then I felt pulled to a token in a bowl. I picked it up and it read, “Magic”. I heard Him say, “Yes, get this token.” I spent awhile looking around the store, looking in every bowl, and I was beginning to think that the first two items were going to be all I needed to complete the message. But then the clear and gray-ish stone on the far left was strongly calling me. I picked it up out of a bowl of many different looking stones, and the sticker label on the back said “moonstone”. I thought that was neat because I had already been drawn to the Fairy Stone that looked like moons. When I got home I realized the metal “Magic” token has an embossed Magical Fairy on the back. Do you see how it is all coming together? Then on the bottom of a three tier display table I was powerfully stopped and looked down in a pile of darkly colored stones, and directly to the Blue Apatite stone that is triangular shaped. It is almost tear drop shaped, which means a lot to me in respects to a very old prophecy spoken by Heaven over me. It is one that I have been waiting for for a very long time.

These little things tell an incredible story. Again, the Fearless Token and the Lemurian Crystal I already had, but I felt strongly that they belong in the arrangement, prayer, and message.

So, naturally the first thing I did when I got home is look up the symbolism of these stones. I have had many visions of the Moon, and three of them were extremely powerful, so powerful I felt my body get pulled up. The tear drop Blue Apatite speaks to me of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, and of a very old prophecy spoken over me of a time when Heaven will pour out upon me and it will be like the breaking of waters. To have it paired with the Lemurian Crystal speaks of a time of Knowledge and Ancient History that is recorded elsewhere. It is a History of us, but also of the entire Universe and other Realms. I imagine to be a true Magician, a Wizard, one would have to be Fearless. I have been asking for the rights to perform certain magics for a while. Perhaps I am approaching a time of learning some mysteries that have eluded me thus far.

So, before even looking up the symbolism of these stones, they were already speaking to me. But take a look at what I read:


As ancient as the moon itself, Moonstone holds the power of mystery. Its secrets are locked beneath a pearly veil, and with them, our own hidden truths. Only within its reflected light can we begin to understand what it has to teach us. Moonstone is foremost a talisman of the inward journey, taking one deep into the self to retrieve what is missing, the parts of the soul left behind or forgotten, then brought to light. [Simmons, 267]

Since earliest times, Moonstone has been a tangible connection to the magic of the moon – an amulet of protection for travelers, a gift of lovers for passion, a channel for prophecy, and a path to wisdom. Our ties to the moon are strong. As it waxes and wanes in cyclic perfection, it creates the tides and rhythms of our mother, Earth, and influences our behaviors, emotions and spiritual growth. Moonstone calms and encourages, teaching us the natural rhythms of life.

Moonstone has been used in Roman jewelry for nearly two thousand years, even longer in the Orient. It has always been a sacred stone in India with a special significance for lovers, and is a traditional wedding gift there. It was a popular choice for jewelers in the Art Nouveau period, and in Europe was believed to reconcile estranged lovers and to cure sleeplessness. Moonstone is known as the Traveler’s Stone for the protection it affords, especially at night, and because of its uplifting quality of hope, has long been worn as a talisman to enhance the personality. [Ahsian, 267][Mella, 91]

Named for its moon-like sheen, Moonstone is a Feldspar mineral exhibiting a soft, watery opaqueness and a silvery-white reflection called chatoyancy that moves as a line across the surface as light varies. Moonstone occurs in delicate shades of peach, blue, gray, white and a prismatic variety known as Rainbow Moonstone. In addition to the general properties of all Moonstones outlined in this article, the following crystals have additional focuses. –This from

And the thoughts on Moonstone symbolism can also be specific to the coloring of the stone. Since this one contains both white and gray:

Gray Moonstone is a stone of perceiving beyond the veil – useful to the clairvoyant and shaman, and in moving one into unseen realms. It is called the “New Moon Stone” and carries the mysteries and powers of the new moon, where all things exist as potential.

White Moonstone carries the energy of the new moon at the height of its power, stimulating psychic perception, vision and dream work. It can magnify one’s emotions, activating the kundalini energy in women and emotional balance in men, and is supportive in children to drive away nightmares or insomnia. –This too from

This article goes on to say:

Legendary as the Traveler’s Stone, Moonstone is especially protective of those who travel by night or upon the water when the moon is shining. Frequent travelers should keep one in the glove compartment for safe night driving and as protection against road rage. [Mella, 91][Eason, 42]

Are you seeing how all these stones are working together to form a message?

Blue Apatite

Apatite is a dual-action stone, known for its positive use of personal power to achieve goals. It clears away confusion, apathy or negativity, then, stimulates the intellect to expand knowledge and truth, which may be used for personal growth or for the collective good. It is a Stone of Manifestation, promoting a humanitarian outlook and service to others. [Raphaell, 163][Melody, 126][Hall, 62]

Blue Apatite is a deeply spiritual stone with a cleansing influence on the aura, especially in the mental body – the vibratory level associated with psychic perception and paranormal abilities. It is a particularly strong stone to use in past-life or alternate-life work, because of its ability to access the energy levels where the Akashic records and an individual’s soul patterns exist. It is excellent as a dream stone for creative problem solving, and for vertical vision, where it is possible to see multiple levels of consciousness operating harmoniously and simultaneously. [Simmons, 41][Ahsian, 41]

Blue Apatite may be light, bright, or dark blue, sometimes within the same crystal. [Eason, 230] The name Apatite is derived from a Greek word meaning “to deceive” because the variety of colors and formations in which this stone occurs makes it easy to mistake for other minerals. It may be yellow, blue, green, brown, gray or colorless, but the Apatite stones used for metaphysical purposes are primarily higher-quality crystal pieces in blue, green and gold. [Simmons, 41]

Apatite enhances creativity and awakens the finer, inner self. It is a stone of the future and brings knowledge to those attuned to it. It may be used as an interface point between consciousness and matter to translate our humanitarian aspirations into healing, information, communication and teaching. [Melody, 126] –This from,or%20for%20the%20collective%20good.

Fairy Stones

For me Fairy Stones represent a Magical Realm that is secretly here. They are unique, no two alike. They inspire thoughts of magic, thoughts of nature. They inspire a love and appreciation for this earth and calls the mind to notice things that go unnoticed.

Fairy stones are concretions of sand, clay & calcite “cement” (Calcium Carbonate) & are found only in northern Quebec, Canada. They are often confused with Staurolite which is also called Fairy Stone. However, Staurolite has distinct crosses whereas Fairy Stones form in smooth, flattened discs with one or more discs “growing” together. They’re originally left in quaternary deposits in the lakes and rivers made by receding glaciers & wash up on the beaches of only a very few rivers & lakes. The front of a Fairy Stone is often smooth & regular while the back can be rough with irregular markings which resemble ancient hieroglyphs caused by fossil micro-organisms. One of the main rivers they’re found is the Harricana River off of James Bay which means “River of the Biscuits” in Algonquin because the strange pebbles resembled hard biscuits, a staple of their diet. –This from:,of%20honour%20in%20their%20homes.

Also from this article:

According to Native American Algonquin legend, Fairy Stones bring health & prosperity, protection against evil spirits and good luck to hunters & fishermen. Lovers would give them to their loved ones & the biggest specimens would often occupy a place of honour in their homes. Fairy Stone concretions have a lot of nature spirit energy & are an excellent grounding stone. 

The article on reads:

This seemingly “natural sculpture” Fairy Stone is a calcium carbonate.

It’s made of fine argillaceous sand mixed with limestone cement and created in the permeable layers of a basin.

This basin is formed by diminishing glaciers where water loaded with carbon dioxide flowed through the rocks and broke down the limestone that they contained.

Having undergone a different kind of pressure and exposed to different temperature conditions, the leftover lime deposits in the lakes from the broken-down glaciers are sculpted into rounded stones and beautiful forms of abstract natural art.

Love it, love it so much. So, to find a Fairy Stone that looks like the waxing and waning Moon felt like a little miracle in and of itself. Every time I go into the rock store I take a minute to look through the bowl of Fairy Stones. They truly are unique works of abstract art made by our earth. It is almost like looking at clouds and finding different shapes, animals, and things abstractly in there.

All of these stones and tokens speak to me in so many ways and are so relevant to my Spiritual Journey, and my Destiny in Christ. It is magical one, a destiny written just for me. I want you to know that there is a type of magic that governs the elements.