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Made up by crystal healers.
An unofficial name coined by crystal healers for a dark submetallic rock that appears, from photographs, to contain Hematite. They claim it is from somewhere in the Rocky Mountains, but originated from another planet. In fact, they claim, it's not a rock, it's an advanced alien life form that can be harmed by synthetic materials (eg plastic). It is said to give off a sparkling powder (sounds very much like micaceous Hematite).

Another claim given to the rock is that it does not conduct electricity, but that it can be an electrical ground. Video evidence from the website clearly contradicts this.

Classification of Aurauralite-Aulmauracite

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Health Risks:
No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

References for Aurauralite-Aulmauracite

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Examination of 'aurauralite' (2010)

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