Tsesit Stone is from the Namibian Desert in the south of Namibia.
The name of the stone comes from Tses, a village in the Karas Region in Namibia where it was found.
This is an area settled by the San, the indigenous hunter-gatherer people who have left their mark in Southern Africa for more than 20,000 years.
Known as a Talisman stone, the rare Tsesit stone has been used since time immemorial.
The San or Bushmen, are the original inhabitants of Southern Africa and the tribes from Namibia have for generations passed on their traditions orally. Their belief system is strongly founded on nature and they believe that every object has a soul and even within stones there is a living force that has developed according to the laws of nature.
It is suggested that Tsesit
remembers the origins of the Earth and it is able to help us focus on our most basic human concerns, and to bring these concerns to the surface where they can be allowed to dissolved instead of being repressed.
Tsesit is an excellent grounding stone and also one that can help us when we meditate by allowing us to breathe more deeply and achieve a deeper mediation. It is believed to improve our sleep patterns.
After much speculation, Tsesit Stone was initially believed to be a meteorite, but after research and more questions than answers, the stone was analysed in more detail in 2010. Experts now generally agree that it is a variety of Goethite created by the diagenesis of Marcasite.
"Diagenesis" is a physical and chemical change in sediments, first caused by water-rock interactions.
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