Amethyst: The Bishop’s Stone

Amethyst Crystals

Amethyst with its pale to deep purple coloring reminds us of royalty and the Divine. Still regarded as the Bishop’s Stone , it has a rich and ancient history dating back to the Israelites and the holy Breast Plate of Arron. Its purple color is associated with St. Germaine and the Archangel Zadkiel. Both keepers of the Divine Path of service and humility.

Each continent of the world produces its own unique form of Amethyst. Brazil brings a medium to dark purple Amethyst that carries a high frequency suitable for meditation and for relieving a nervous stomach or indigestion.

The most highly prized Amethyst are from Uruguay. These minerals have the deepest and most pronounced purple coloration. Many of the Uruguay Amethysts have rare Calcite Crystals growing inside the geode formation.

Vera Cruz Amethyst grows in a pale lavender, to occasional medium purple. It has frequent double terminations and the crystal grows with six uniform sides rather than the more common alternating large-small, large-small, large-small sided variation. Vera Cruz Amethyst holds a gentle and quiet vibration that’s perfect for aiding your sleep patterns, for relaxing after a stressful day or soothing a headache.

Candle Amethyst, or Pine Cone Amethyst, formations stabilize astral travel and are helpful for higher dimensional work during channeling.

Canadian Amethyst, metaphysically called “Auralite”, with hematite inclusions, is another wonderful grounding amethyst for implanting and stabilizing the Purple Ray into your work space or home. Come by the center to try out any of these wonderful Amethyst family choices.

No matter which variety of Amethyst you are drawn to it will remind you to listen to the still small voice within. It asks you to release old beliefs and patterns that you may open the pathways of possibility and Divine Truths.

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