~ Canis Major ~ Dalmatian Jasper Labradorite Quartz & Glass Stretch Bead Bracelet

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Canis Major (Constellation Collection)

Name: The Greater Dog
Location in sky: southern hemisphere
Abbreviation: CMa
Area: 380 sq. deg. (43rd)
Bordering constellations: Monoceros, Lepus, Columba, Puppis, Canis Minor
Declination: −11.03° to −33.25°
    Canis Major, or “The Greater Dog”, was established as one of Ptolemy’s original 48 constellations in the 2nd century. It is the 43rd largest constellation, with 8 main stars including the sky’s brightest, Sirius; and a red hypergiant VY CMa, one of the largest stars known.
    There are several origin stories for the Greater Dog, most notably in Greek mythology. One telling names the dog as Laelaps, a gift given from Zeus to Europa; the second depicts it as Orion’s hunting hound, pursuing Lepus (The Hare) and helping him to battle Taurus (The Bull). By the dawn of the Roman Era, a second, smaller dog was depicted in the stars following Orion (Canis Minor).
    The Canis Major bracelet features 8mm dalmatian jasper & labradorite, 8mm white mermaid glass rondelles, 10mm bone disc spacers, a 10mm faceted dyed red quartz and 8mm wooden block close bead. Double strand nylon stretch cord.
    The Canis Major earrings are silver plate nickel free hook drops with labradorite, dalmatian jasper, mermaid glass, bone, and hand cut raw copper wire dog head motifs. Drop length is 4″.
    Stone benefits include tapping the Root and Third Eye chakras, promote personal growth, awaken consciousness, release of negative emotions, connect to your inner child, attract positivity and joy, balance yin and yang, encourage creativity, boist immune system, protection, amplify energy and negative energy ward.
    Free shipping in the Continental US (I am not shipping to Hawaii or Alaska at this time, apologies).

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Canis Major (Constellation Collection)

Name: The Greater Dog
Location in sky: southern hemisphere
Abbreviation: CMa
Area: 380 sq. deg. (43rd)
Bordering constellations: Monoceros, Lepus, Columba, Puppis, Canis Minor
Declination: −11.03° to −33.25°
    Canis Major, or “The Greater Dog”, was established as one of Ptolemy’s original 48 constellations in the 2nd century. It is the 43rd largest constellation, with 8 main stars including the sky’s brightest, Sirius; and a red hypergiant VY CMa, one of the largest stars known.
    There are several origin stories for the Greater Dog, most notably in Greek mythology. One telling names the dog as Laelaps, a gift given from Zeus to Europa; the second depicts it as Orion’s hunting hound, pursuing Lepus (The Hare) and helping him to battle Taurus (The Bull). By the dawn of the Roman Era, a second, smaller dog was depicted in the stars following Orion (Canis Minor).
    The Canis Major bracelet features 8mm dalmatian jasper & labradorite, 8mm white mermaid glass rondelles, 10mm bone disc spacers, a 10mm faceted dyed red quartz and 8mm wooden block close bead. Double strand nylon stretch cord.
    The Canis Major earrings are silver plate nickel free hook drops with labradorite, dalmatian jasper, mermaid glass, bone, and hand cut raw copper wire dog head motifs. Drop length is 4″.
    Stone benefits include tapping the Root and Third Eye chakras, promote personal growth, awaken consciousness, release of negative emotions, connect to your inner child, attract positivity and joy, balance yin and yang, encourage creativity, boist immune system, protection, amplify energy and negative energy ward.
    Free shipping in the Continental US (I am not shipping to Hawaii or Alaska at this time, apologies).

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Weight .5 lbs
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