The Tree Story
Petrified Sequoia (Generational Curse Breaker) – Taxodioxylon gypsaceum
The earth in the entire southwest corner of the island of Lesbos covers a vast forest of trees that have become petrified. The beaches have sand made from the stunning colors of their silicate that has washed onto the shore and their trunks lie exposed like sleeping titans.
These ancient colossal trees were stopped in their tracks, 28 million years ago, by an enormous volcano. From that moment on they never changed their shape, but slowly, slowly petrified, turning themselves into stone, matching the feelings of the violent traumatic eruption.