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What is the difference between ancient stones and newly discovered stones. Are ancient stones more powerful?

Posted by Ana Satya on

What is the difference between ancient stones and newly discovered stones? Are ancient stones more powerful? Why does your website mentions that you work with crystals and ancient stones? After getting this question from several people I decided to create this video to clarify.

Just because some stones have been discovered recently it does not mean they are not ancient stones. of course they are ancient stones, they are just new to us because we didn't know of their existence before but that doesn't mean they are not ancient! I hope the information I provide on this video be of help and you enjoy it! As always I welcome your questions and comments.

Much Love Always

Ana Satya


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