Good morning lovely friends! I have a few new pieces I am excited to share with you today!!! Here is one tiny but mighty..
The name "pyrite" is after the Greek "pyr" meaning "fire." This name was given because pyrite can be used to create the sparks needed for starting a fire if it is struck against metal or another hard material. Pieces of pyrite have also been used as a spark-producing material in flintlock firearms.
Pyrite is a birthstone for Leo- one of the three fire signs in the zodiac but works well with all of them. It has a nickname that has become famous - "Fool's Gold." The mineral's gold color, metallic luster, and high specific gravity often cause it to be mistaken for gold by inexperienced prospectors. However, pyrite is often associated with gold. The two minerals often form together, and in some deposits pyrite contains enough included gold to warrant mining.
Rather than finding this rare incident cringe-worthy & open to ridicule, I find the whole incident #mystical, #surreal, #spiritual & #sufi instead! A beggar (#Fakir?) was seen begging on a #QatarAirways flight from #Doha to #Shiraz! Some good samaritans also gave him money! Iranian deportee, I'd believe that but the question still remains as to how was he able to get onto the flight with all those high security measures in place? #mysticism#Persia#Iran
"A whole new world"
There is something #mystical about #East world and I would love to touch that culture and feel the #atmosphere. I hope to find my Agrabah some day..
hot sand, crystal clear star skies, magical winds, black mysterious eyes.. Inspired by #Aladdin
Trying all sorts of things in advance if they will look pretty for our wedding's wooden and mystical theme...
Now checking if red & orange will look nice on me before my actual color test on June.. My Jaze finds it !