Native American Birth Totem – Fire Opal

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Native American Birth Totem – Fire Opal

The mineral totem for the Budding Trees Moon is the Opal, or more specifically, the Fire Opal. Opals are formed under a lot of pressure, and therefore can be of assistance to those who find themselves under a lot of stress or emotional pressure.

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Opals contain silica, which is also found in the human eye. Therefore, opals can aid in the quest to find clarity and to see the truth. Falcon people are inquisitive by nature, and Opal can enhance one’s ability to see deeply into things.

Due to its reflective nature, opals amplify the traits of the one holding it, and so it can strengthen one’s good traits (as well as their bad ones!). Falcon people tend to have a fiery nature and a fiery temper. Fire opal can disperse emotional negativity and help one to master their emotions.

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