Rare peacock green Tiger Eye Beads Rosary Lourdes Water
*Real peacock green Tiger Eye BEADS SEVEN SORROWS ROSARY
Valuable Lourdes Water MEDAL
Tiger Eye BEADS : 8MM
Mother Of Pearl Beads : 8MM
Cross : 5.5CM
QUALITY: HIGH QUALITY
This is a high quality *Real peacock green Tiger Eye BEADS SEVEN SORROWS ROSARY, Super high luster,no blemish on the surface, Condition is Brand New! Never wear! Please note these *Tiger Eye Jade ( Natural Petrified wood )are not a synthetic or man-made item , Please dont Miss it!It has Shaped Super Big Rosary,With Each Speclal Designation Bead Being Round.Well Kept with no cracks at all.Its appearance and quality are excellent.
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*Tiger Eye Jade( Natural Petrified wood) :
Petrified wood (from the Greek root petro meaning rock or stone, literally wood turned into stone) is a type of fossil: it consists of fossil wood where all the organic materials have been replaced with minerals (most often a silicate, such as quartz), while retaining the original structure of the wood. The petrifaction process occurs underground, when wood becomes buried under sediment. Mineral-rich water flowing through the sediment deposits minerals in the plants cells and as the plants lignin and cellulose decay away, a stone mould forms in its place. The wood is preserved due to a lack of oxygen.
Elements such as manganese, iron and copper in the water/mud during the petrification process give petrified wood a variety of color ranges. Pure quartz crystals are colorless, but when contaminants are added to the process the crystals take on a yellow, red or other tint.
Following is a list of contaminating elements and related color hues:
* carbon - black
* cobalt - green/blue
* chromium - green/blue
* copper - green/blue
* iron oxides - red, brown, and yellow
* manganese - pink/orange
* manganese oxides - black
Petrified wood can preserve the original structure of the wood in all its detail, down to the microsopic level. Structures such as tree rings and the various tissues are often observed features.Petrified wood has a Mohs hardness of 7, the same as quartz.Petrified wood is the provincial stone of Alberta and also the state gem of Washington.
* Argentina - Considered to be one of the worlds best petrified reserves, the Petrified Forest National Monument in Santa Cruz in the Argentine Patagonia has many trees that measure more than 3 m (10 ft) in diameter and 30 m (100 ft) long. Compared to petrified trees in the United States that measure less than 1.8 m (6 ft) in diameter, the trees of the Central Steppes of Argentina are significantly larger.
* Belgium - Geosite Goudberg near Hoegaarden.
* Canada - In the badlands of southern Alberta; petrified wood is the provincial stone of Alberta. Axel Heiberg Island in Nunavut has among the largest petrified forests in the world
* Czech Republic, Nová Paka - The most famous locality on Permian-Carboniferous rocks in the Czech Republic.
* Egypt petfified forest in Cairo-Suez road, declared a national protectorate by the minstery of environment, also in the area of New Cairo at the Extension of Nasr city.
* Greece - Petrified Forest of Lesvos, at the western tip of the island of Lesbos, is possibly the largest of the petrified forests, covering an area of over 150 km?? and declared a National Monument in 1985. Large, upright trunks complete with root systems can be found, as well as trunks up to 22 m in length.
* Libya - Great Sand Sea - Hundreds of square miles of petrified trunks, branches and other debris mixed with Stone Age artifacts.
* United States - Some of the better known petrified wood sites include:
o Escalante Petrified Forest State Park in Utah.
o Ginkgo/Wanapum State Park in Washington State
o Grotto of the Redemption, a private park in Iowa.
o Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona
* Australia - Has vast deposits of petrified and opalised wood.
* India- A geological site famous for its petrified woods Thiruvakkarai Village in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The site is protected by the Geological Survey of India. Petrified woods covers a large area in this site.
* New Zealand - Curio Bay on the Catlins coast contains many petrified wood examples.
* From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrified_wood
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Lourdes is located in the area of the prime meridian in France. It is overlooked from the south by the Pyrennean peaks of Aneto, Montaigu, and Vignemale (3,298m), while around the town there are three summits reaching up to 1,000m which are known as the Béout, the Petit Jer (with its three crosses) and the Grand Jer (with its single cross) which overlook the town. The Pic du Jer is made accessible by the Funiculaire du Pic du Jer. The Béout was once accessible by cable car, although this has fallen into disrepair. A pavilion is still visible on the summit.
Lourdes lies at an altitude of 1,375 ft (420 m) and in a central position through which runs the fast-flowing Gave de Pau River from the south coming from Gavarnie, into which flow several smaller rivers from Barèges and Cauterets. The Gave then branches off to the west towards the Béarn, running past the banks of the grotto and on downstream to Pau and then Biarritz.
On land bordered by a loop of the Gave de Pau is an outcrop of rock called Massabielle, (from masse vieille: old mass). On the northern aspect of this rock, near the riverbank, is a naturally occurring, irregularly shaped shallow cave or grotto, in which the apparitions of 1858 took place.
During the 8th century, Lourdes and its fortress became the focus of skirmishes between Mirat, the local Mohave or leader and Charlemagne, King of the Franks. Charlemagne had been laying siege to Mirat in the fortress for some time, but the Moor had so far refused to surrender. According to legend, an eagle unexpectedly appeared and dropped an enormous trout at the feet of Mirat. It was seen as such a bad omen, Mirat was persuaded to surrender to the Queen of the sky by the local bishop. He visited the Black Virgin of Puy to offer gifts, so he could make sure this was the best course of action and astounded by its exceptional beauty he decided to surrender the fort, and convert to Christianity. On the day of his baptism, Mirat took on the name of Lorus, which was given to the town, now known as Lourdes.
After being the residency of Bigorre counts, Lourdes was given to England by the Brétigny Treaty which bought a temporary peace to France during the course of the Hundred Years War with the result that the French lost the town to the English, from 1360. In 1405, Charles VI laid siege to the castle during the course of the Hundred Years War and eventually captured the town from the English following the 18 month siege. Later, during the late 16th century France was ravaged with the Wars of Religion between the Roman Catholics and the Huguenots. In 1569, Count Gabriel de Montgomery attacked the nearby town of Tarbes when Queen Jeanne dAlbret of Navarre established Protestantism there. The town was overrun, in 1592, by forces of the Catholic League and the catholic faith re-established in the area. In 1607 Lourdes finally became part of the Kingdom of France.
The castle became an Estate jail under Louis XV but in 1789, the General Estates Assembly ordered the liberation of prisoners. Following the rise of Napoleon in 1803, he again made the Castle an Estate jail. Towards the end of the Peninsular War between France, Spain, Portugal, and Britain in 1814, British and Allied forces, under the Duke of Wellington, entered France and took control of the region and followed Marshall Soults army, defeating the French near the adjoining town of Tarbes before the final battle took place outside Toulouse on 10 April 1814 which brought the war to an end.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, for tracking http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lourdes
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