Spider Web or Net Jasper
Jasper’s name means spotted rock or speckled stone depending on which language you are using to trace its origins. We know from archaeological records from throughout the ancient world, from the Israelites to the Minoans in Crete of how the stone was used which was mostly ornamentation as well as carving jasper and setting it in signet rings for sealing contracts and matters of the state.
Spiderweb Jasper is a black and white stone with spider web like lines all across it, giving the impression a spider weaves a web over the stone itself. Because of its appearance it easily grabs attention. Spiderweb Jasper deftly calls one in to receive its nurturing energies and guides one through difficult choices.
Jasper is an aggregate of microgranular quartz and chalcedony as well as other mineral phases. It is an opaque variety of silica, occurring as red, yellow, brown, or green in color and rarely occurring as blue. It’s most common form occurs as red, due to the iron inclusion oxidizing as it reacts with oxygen. Used in a variety of purposes including vases, snuff boxes and seals.
Like other Jaspers, Spiderweb Jasper is a highly grounding stone, and is very effective in soothing frayed nerves. Spiderweb Jasper is a stone of beauty as well as of healing. Spiderweb Jasper speaks of the interconnectedness of the universe, all its vibrations and processes. Simply having spiderweb Jasper in the home will allow one to experience more connection with the divine, as well as align and balance your higher self to the lower self.
Like the spider, Spiderweb Jasper is very protective, and will drive away, evil, negativity and general bad vibrations. It protects against emotional vampires and the draining negativity of them, so you will not be affected.