These are beautiful and unique pieces. Each pyramid is handcrafted and may have inclusions of Pyrite or quartz. As with all, Shungite each has its own features. Please read below about the history of the area where these pyramids derive their names from.
Saqqara step pyramid is an archeological remain in the Saqqara necropolis that is located northwest of the city of Memphis in Egypt and was built 4700 years ago. It was built in the 27th century during the third dynasty of the pharaoh Djoser. The evolution of the Saqqara Step Pyramid began with an astonishing monument built for one king and designed by a skilled architect.
Saqqara step pyramid was the first Egyptian pyramid to be built, it consists of 6 Mastabas, and it is 60 m high. It is one of the most enigmatic structures built outside of the Giza Plateau. This magnificent tomb was designed and built by Djoser’s great architect Imhotep. It consists of six steps which makes it similar to the ziggurats of the ancient Mesopotamian city-states.
Another sixteen Egyptian kings built pyramids at Saqqara, which are now in various states of preservation. High officials added private funeral monuments to this necropolis during the entire Pharaonic period. It remained an important complex for non-royal burials and cult ceremonies for more than 3,000 years, well into Ptolemaic and Roman times. See here for more from Wikipedia.
Pyramids are the preferred shape to counteract EM fields. They emit their own form waves which allow them to carry the Shungite influence further.
Shungite clears the energies of the entire body and opens one to receive Spiritual Light. Shungite also operates on the molecular level, freeing us from the bondage of negative patterns and energies. Shungite is a stone of Truth, it tends to dispel one’s self-harming or self-defeating habitual patterns. Shungite is wonderful for cleansing and purification too. Shungite also offers an aura of psychic protection, primarily because of the energetic alignment it facilitates……..Read More About Metaphysical Crystal Meanings
Weight approx 235g.