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The perimeter has darker stones like tourmaline, hematite and pyrite that are said to block negative energy and electromagnetic fields produced by electronic objects.
The layers of quartz contain tubes and tendrils of hematite—a form of iron oxide or rust—likely deposited by bacteria that oxidized iron for energy.
The microscopic filaments and tubes, composed of an iron oxide called hematite, appeared within a rock type called jasper.
Ojibwe artists made them by mixing hematite with sturgeon oil.
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