Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg
Septarian Egg

Septarian Egg

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This Septarian Egg weighs approximately 1.729kg and measures approximately 15 x 10cm.

Life cycles, Protection, Commitment

Chakras: Base, Solar Plexus

Birthstone: Taurus and Sagittarus


Hardness: varies from 1.5 - 4

Composition: Betonite (Volcanic Ash), Brown Aragonite, Yellow Calcite 

Formula: Ca (A12Si7O18 y H2O NaCa4) (Al9Si27) O72 3O-H2O, Zeolite

Origin: Australia, Canada, England, Madagascar, Morocco, New Zealand, Spain and the United States 

Colour: Yellow, Grey, Brown and Clear

Oils/Herbs: Pine, Vetiver, Myrtle, Cypress and Lemon

Other Descriptions: Septarian Nodules are not a mineral, but rather a very unique kind of sedimentary rock. 

Metaphysical Healing Properties

The symbolism of the egg that this nodule reminds us of, gives us the message of the fact that we are born with the potential and power of Allness within us. As we emerge from this space into the world, we unfold our light into the many channels through which we choose to express our nature. This stone is used in Shamanism and it helps us to understand the mystical sciences and opens us to receiving wisdom from places which may be viewed as mysterious to some. This stone can be used for protection during astral travel and keeps us grounded during meditation and inter dimensional travel. This stone reminds us that within we hold what can be likened to a gentle giant, a powerful being which shares light in abundance and with an open heart. This light leads to our own personal freedom and assists others in finding their way. This stone encourages us in personal and spiritual evolution. This unusual stone stimulates creativity.

Harmonizes /Combines with: Apache Gold, Azurmalachite, Eliat stone, Euclase, Fuchsite, Kyanite, Healer's gold, Tiger iron, and Unakite.


Septarian nodules also go by the name of Dragon Stone. An ancient Malagasy legend tells of dragons that roamed the Earth and when they died, their bodies were fossilised and preserved in bedrock. The patterns on Sectarian Nodules resembles the scales on the dragon’s body and the outside sometimes looks like a dragon’s egg.

Disclaimer: Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.