Wednesday, July 2, 2014

July 2, 2014 - Rocky Coast

Hard rock comprises about 58% of the Maine coastline.  This was formed from continents smashing into one another and glaciers later tearing through the land.  The coast is a spectacular site to see but very dangerous for sailors.  There is a lot of granite and iron ore, and you can actually see the rust color as the iron slowly oxidizes.  But interspersed here and there, sometimes in very large quantity, is quartz rock/crystal.  It's very beautiful and just a natural part of the shore here.  It's a magical thing to see it shimmering on the coast in the sunlight.  I suspect it's why the fairies set up shop here in the first place.  (You will recall my Transformers post from May 13.)

There's an energy to be found here in Maine if you know how to look for it.  It's palpable.  It's in the air.  It's in the rocks.  You can feel it.  That's why the fairies have set their stronghold up here.  It's why I'm here as well.  If you are a sensitive person, be warned.  If you come here, you may find yourself unable to leave.

Quartz adorns the rocky shore of Maine.

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