Wolframite often has impurities of such rare earth metals as magnesium, zinc, thallium, niobium, and others. The mineral can be colored in dark brown coming near to black, or reddish-brown. Its luster is submetallic. The hardness makes up 5.0-5.5, and the density is 7.0-7.5 g/cm3. The main deposits of the stone are located in Russia, England, Germany, Portugal, Burma (Myanmar), and Bolivia.
Lithotherapists state that apart from the fact that the stone doesn’t have any healing properties, wearing it constantly can cause serious diseases. Therefore, you should not make or wear any works of this mineral by any account.
The magical properties of wolframite are quite powerful. It enhances one’s stamina, and makes one’s mind deep, sober and agile as well. However, it is quite dangerous to use these properties. The stone can bring the mind of its owner under control and make him or her do whatever it likes.
You shouldn’t keep the mineral at home, much less wear it. If you want to use the aforesaid qualities of wolframite, it should be remembered that the best place for the stone is a garden (a loggia or a balcony as a last resort). Outside of one’s dwelling site, wolframite will miss communication with them and will readily help its owner when he or she decides to use its properties.
In addition, you should use the power of the stone no more than twice a week, particularly before starting a venture you planned. The boost will help you make the right choice, avoid possible flops, and make the right decision right away.
Wolframite is contraindicated for the fire and air signs, as it will quickly become their master. Yet, the mineral will become a great power supplier for the Earth (Capricorn, Taurus, Virgo) and water (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) signs.
As a talisman, wolframite attracts profit, success, and good luck in gambling and business to its owner. It is still shouldn’t be kept in one’s living quarters.