Magical Uses of Shark Teeth

September 29, 2019

Carcharias Taurus, a variation of Sand Tiger Shark, closely related to the Great White Shark. They have been around for 50-60 million years, since the Paleocene Period. Most shark teeth are from the Cenozoic Period (65 million years ago to present day).


Sand tiger sharks are a prohibited species regulated in the commercial long-line shark fishery on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States by the National Marine Fisheries Service. Any sand tiger caught must be released immediately with minimal harm to the shark.

Did you Know that sand tiger embryos exhibit intrauterine cannibalism (adelphophagy). The largest or most developed embryo in each uterus eats the remaining eggs and less developed embryos.






Shark Teeth and their Magical Uses



Magical Uses

Keywords: Transition, transformation, personal growth

Element: Storm, Earth

Chakras: Root, Solar Plexus

Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Virgo


Shark teeth are most commonly used for protection. By adding a cord it could be used as a talisman, amulet, or charm. You can also place it in a mojo bag or a gris-gris bag to carry with you wherever you go or to be hung somewhere in your home, place of business, or car... Shark teeth can also be used to draw in good luck and strength. Dress your shark tooth with protection oil of your choosing and add a bit of salt together in a black mojo bag, doing so will give much needed protection against the evil eye, jealousy, and negativity aimed at your person.  


They can also be used to assist you in your quest for transition, transformation, and personal growth, helping you to understand the process of change. They can aid in instilling quality and excellence in your environment. Next time you come across some on your next visit to the beach, why not gather them and save?






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