STORY OF THE ANCIENT MUSHROOM STONES
By David M. Boje, Ph.D.
May 18, 2007
WHERE BOJE®STONES COME FROM
Boje®Stones had been waiting there for 100 million years. In ancient Native American tribes around the Kansas region (possibly Kickapoo, Shawnee, Wyandot, & Pawnee) --- knew Boje®Stones by the name, 'Mushroom Stones.'
Until now, the Native American heritage of Boje®Stones has been forgotten. In 1972 two entrepreneurs names them Boji's. I obviously prefer the name Boje®Stones, and will connect them to Native American linage.
The magic stones came form Native American heritage. I have only a minor claim to make, that the Mushroom Stone and the Boje name be linked. Boje's, on my mother's and my father's side of the family tree married into Native America. My grandfather's brother, Edward married a woman from the Puyalluptribe in western Washington State. The Boje clan wrote him out of the family tree, and never spoke of him again. In doing my family history, I discovered Boje and his wife (whose name no one can recall) moved onto the Puyallup Indian reservation (they later relocated to Wyoming). So there are Boje Native Americans on my dad's side. My assumption is that in native tradition the power of Boje®Stone was known widely in the late 1800s.
On my mother's side, my grandma Wilda's brother Gerald married one Stella LaClaire, a Native American, my sister and I believe to be a shaman. My grandmother Wilda spent a lot of time learning names of plants, and the secrets of healing stones from Stella. No one knows, for sure, what tribe Stella is from. I make no claim she is from a Kansas tribe. After Wilda's brother was killed in a dispute with the local Sheriff of Goldendale, WN, Stella disappeared along with her daughter Georgia ('Georgie'). Wilda remarried a man named Percy, who was raised on the Yakima reservation. Some say Percy's mother abandoned him there, and he was not native-born, just native-raised. In any event my grandma Wilda had shamanic ways. Again, my assumption is that the power of the Boje®Stone was widely known, certainly by the start of the 1900s.
So I have but a tenuous claim, the slightest thread of a claim that on both sides of my family tree these are Boje®Stones. I can make the stronger claim that the Kansas tribes (perhaps Kickapoo, Shawnee, Pawnee, and Wyandot) knew of the Mushroom Stones. They just did not call them Boje®Stones. By any name its magical, the Boje®Stones are magical. Finally, I commune with the spirit of Stella, Wilda, and the unnamed spirit of Edward Boje's native-born wife. It is a blessing that renders the Boje®Stone more powerful healing than any other.
When you own a matched pair of Boje®Stones, you feel the healing power and metaphysical energies. They are from ancient Cretaceous Period (66 to 144 million years ago), on sea floors, where sea creatures fossilized, and the iron sulfates, calcium carbonate, and pyrite fused into mushroom-shaped stones. Boje®Stones balance your energy field and is the authentic philosopher stone. Boje’s® can be used to balance meridian points of the body in place of acupuncture needles or acupressure. Largest ones measure 27 feet in diameter. Visit Mushroom State Park in Kansas to see them for yourself in the Smoky Hill region of the badlands. Rutgers University Geology Department studied Mushroom rooks, and found that through kirilian photography, Boje®Stones have a very powerful electromagnetic energy field. Other studies attest Boje®Stones are totally non-magnetic aura. Do the test yourself using a good compass. Boje®Stones are more accurately described as Earth (Prithvi) energy.
HOW TO USE BOJE®STONES:
For more information firstname.lastname@example.org or http://peaceaware.com/Boje
Alexander Gardner made the first photographs there the fall of 1867 in the commission of the Kansas Pacific Railway. http://www.bioone.org/perlserv/?request=get-document&issn=0022-8443&volume=104&issue=01&page=0044
Mushroom State Park, Kansas http://www.washburn.edu/cas/art/cyoho/archive/KStravel/Comanche/Mushroom/
See info on Mushroom Stones in Kansas Smoky region http://www.kansastravel.org/mushroomrock.htm or http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/state_parks/locations/mushroom_rock
Boji was trademarked in 1972 by Karen and Jerry Gillespie http://www.millenniumminerals.com/gfx/stones/boji/bojicertificate.1bg.jpg There have been no scientific tests to prove Boje®Stones more energetic healing power. Try them both and decide.