Sources of Talc
Talc has been well known and written about since the days of antiquity. The name Talc comes from the Arabic "talq", meaning "pure", reffering to it's white powder. Talc has been found in Canada, China, Japan, Brazil, Austria, Germany and a number of states in the U.S. including New York, New Hampshire, California, Texas and Vermont. Talc is the softest of all minerals. With a Mohs hardness of 1.0, Talc is the oldest white pigment known and used in prehistory cave paintings.
Talc enhances puritry of thought, and clarity of the mind. Talc is also known to be a very lucky stone, and brings good fortune.