Sybil's Cave
Sybil's Cave
Sybil's Cave

Sybil's Cave

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Sybil's cave

During the 1840's, the Hoboken shoreline of the Hudson River served as a retreat for stressed businessmen and city folk.  They would come here for recreation and relaxation.  A cave that had been manmade in the 1830s was a favorite attraction.  The cave had been made to access a spring that was located under the rock.  The cave eventually became known as Sybil's cave.  The people who owned the cave would sell glasses of water for a, then, astronomical price of 1¢ per glass.  The cave's glory and splendor didn't last long though.  In with the development of a Health Administration in the 1880s the cave was shut down because the water was deemed "unfit" for human beings.

Sybils cave was sold a few times, but its ultimate fate came when it was shored up and filled in during the 1930s, merely 100 years after its construction.  It completely stopped production of any type of water though, a short 40 years after it began operations.  The question is, "Why?".  Secretly, some people had known of the medicinal and spiritual healing powers of the water in Sybils Cave for years.  This is why nobody really held any qualms paying the expensive price for the water.  It was one of those things where it was understood and known, but never really talked about-- kind of like a relative that has been admitted to a psychiatric ward.

When the Board of Health, who later went on to develop all types of illnesses including HIV, AIDS, and different forms of Cancer, didn't want the message to be relayed concerning the miraculous healing water.  They ordered it shut down and filled it.  They acquired the land and rezoned it, prohibiting construction of any kind where the previous cave had once been.  They shut down the operation, claiming that the water was "unfit" for human consumption.  However, there was nothing unfit about it.  They simply didn't want the general population having an all-cure for their illnesses, so they prohibited the powers of the water. 

I learned of the conspiracy after talking to several locals.  Additionally, it turns out that the spring itself holds all the healing properties of a Native American shaman.  He blessed the rock and the cave many years ago before the onslaught and murder of the Native American people by the Europeans.  He did this to help his people and neighboring tribe whom he allied himself with.  However, it doesn't do much good at all when the American government has kept this power from the population. 

We were actually able to hold a ritual that drew powers out of the rock.  It was a very tireless process, so we only made one.  This piece holds extreme white light healing powers.  It balances your psyche, cleanses your aura, restores your soul, and gives you spiritual exuberation.  It also has an element of healing that works to prevent and treat the acquisition of physical ailments.  As far as mental healing this piece helps fix and prevent issues such as depression, anxiety, obsession, heart aches, and a whole mess of mental instabilities.  It will give you a balance of mind that will help you achieve a spiritual and physical oneness, where your third eye will be awaken and you will be given full powers of the psychic mind.    

 

This necklace holds all natural stones AND all natural spiritual powers!!