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Faery Stones (Quebec)

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FAERY STONE #109
Faery Stone #109 measures approximately 1 11/16" x 13/16" x 3/16" (37mm x 22mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (6.5 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #12
Faery Stone #12 measures approximately 1 7/8" x 3/4" x 1/4" (48mm x 21mm x 6mm) and weighs .25 ounces (9.7 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #15
Faery Stone #15 measures approximately 2 3/4" x 1 3/16" x 3/8" (45mm x 30mm x 9mm) and weighs .625 ounces (16.9 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #28
Faery Stone #28 measures approximately 2 3/4" x 2 7/16" x 1/4" (71mm x 60mm x 4mm) and weighs 1.78 ounces (54.73 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #29
Faery Stone #29 measures approximately 2 3/8" x 1 5/16" x 5/16" (61mm x 34mm x 7mm) and weighs .875 ounces (24.7 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #30
Faery Stone #30 measures approximately 3 3/8" x 2 1/2" x 1/4" (81mm x 63mm x 6mm) and weighs 2.125 ounces (60.3 gram). This one looks like a Snoopy Dog with a flying helmet! These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #32
Faery Stone #32 measures approximately 2 11/16" x 3 1/16" x 3/8" and weighs 53.86 ounces. These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #33
Faery Stone #33 measures approximately 3" x 1" x 3/16" (77mm x 26mm x 4mm) and weighs .625 ounces (16.6 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #34
Faery Stone #34 measures approximately 2 9/16" x 1 1/4" x 1/2" (63mm x 31mm x 13mm) and weighs 1.385 ounces (41.1 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #44
Faery Stone #44 measures approximately 1 3/4" x 1 1/16" x 3/16" (45mm x 28mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (10.49 ounces). These are Mickey Mouses and were more expensive. They're great mouse heads! These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #49
Faery Stone #49 measures approximately 2 1/8" x 1 9/16" x 1/2" (54mm x 39mm x 11mm) and weighs .875 ounces (43.8 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #50
Faery Stone #50 measures approximately 1 11/16" x 5/8" x 3/16" (44mm x 16mm x 5mm) and weighs .125 ounces (4.5 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #52
Faery Stone #52 measures approximately 1 7/8" x 3/4" x 1/4" (47mm x 20mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (7.7 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #53
Faery Stone #53 measures approximately 1 11/16" x 1/2" x 3/16" (43mm x 14mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (5.1 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #54
Faery Stone #54 measures approximately 1" x 1" x 3/16" (27mm x 26mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (6.8 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #55
Faery Stone #55 measures approximately 2 11/16" x 2 3/16" x 1/2" (70mm x 55mm x 13mm) and weighs 2.8 ounces (86.2 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #56
Faery Stone #56 measures approximately 2 3/16" x 1 15/16" x 3/8" (55mm x 51mm x 9mm) and weighs 1.8 ounces (48.2 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #57
Faery Stone #57 measures approximately 1 7/16" x 11/16" x 1/4" (37mm x 18mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (6.5 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #58
Faery Stone #58 measures approximately 2 1/2" x 2" x 1/2" (64mm x 50mm x 12mm) and weighs 2.4 ounces (67.7 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #65
Faery Stone #65 measures approximately 2 11/16" x 1 11/16" x 1/2" (68mm x 43mm x 10mm) and weighs 1.8 ounces (52.3 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #66
Faery Stone #66 measures approximately 1 9/16" x 7/8" x 1/4" (41mm x 22mm x 4mm) and weighs .25 ounces (5.6 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #67
Faery Stone #67 measures approximately 3 1/4" x 2 9/16" x 5/16" (82mm x 64mm x 8mm) and weighs 2.8 ounces (79.3 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #68
Faery Stone #68 measures approximately 2 3/4" x 2 5/8" x 3/8" (69mm x 67mm x 12mm) and weighs 3.8 ounces (104.5 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #69
Faery Stone #69 measures approximately 2 3/4" x 2 9/16" x 5/16" (69mm x 63mm x 8mm) and weighs 3.0 ounces (84.5 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #71
Faery Stone #71 measures approximately 1 5/8" x 11/16" x 1/4" (42mm x 18mm x 5mm) and weighs .25 ounces (6.2 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #72
Faery Stone #72 measures approximately 1 7/8" x 7/8" x 1/2" (48mm x 23mm x 5mm) and weighs .625 ounces (17.2 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #75
Faery Stone #75 measures approximately 1 1/2" x 3/4" x 1/4" (36mm x 20mm x 7mm) and weighs .25 ounces (9.0 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #79
Faery Stone #79 measures approximately 1 1/2" x 1 3/8" x 3/8" (40mm x 35mm x 8mm) and weighs .75 ounces (21.4 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #81
Faery Stone #81 measures approximately 2" x 7/8" x 3/8" (50mm x 23mm x 9mm) and weighs .625 ounces (16.3 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #87
Faery Stone #87 measures approximately 1 7/8" x 1 1/4" x 1/8" (49mm x 32mm x 5mm) and weighs .5 ounces (15.0 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #88
Faery Stone #88 measures approximately 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" x 3/8" (40mm x 32mm x 8mm) and weighs .5 ounces (14.5 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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FAERY STONE #89
Faery Stone #89 measures approximately 1 15/16" x 1 1/8" x 3/8" (49mm x 39mm x 8mm) and weighs .75 ounces (19.8 grams). These crystals are light gray on the outside.

(Healing Crystal, Fertility Crystal)
Origin: Harricana River, Abitibi, Quebec, Canada


Native Americans have known about the Faery Stones for hundreds of years. They were often carried for good luck when they went on fishing or hunting expeditions. The largest Faery Stones occupied a place of honor in their homes. Lovers often offered the Faery Stones to their loved ones. According to legend, these special stones provided protection against the bad spirits. They also brought good health and prosperity to the occupants of the dwelling.

The Faery Stones were found at the origin of the Harricana River in western Quebec. The Native Americans found them on the beaches of James Bay where the Harricana River starts. They thought the Faery Stones looked like biscuits, so they named the river “Harricana” because it means 'river of the biscuits' in the Algonquin language.

Faery Stones form on the bottom of very large lakes that formed in glacier basins. As the glacier receded, some of these Faery Stones were deposited on the shore of the lake. The Faery Stones are millions of years old.

Each Faery Stone is a unique shape. Front and back are often puffy sphere shapes. Many of these stones have what might be perceived as E.T. (extraterrestial) language. In actuality, these markings are, or should I say were, either tiny worms or other organic matter that wound up in the concretions. This makes them fossils as well.

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