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  • To hold a Crystal Ball is to be in Flow

    Crystal Ball or Crystal Sphere

    Spheres are the beginning of the universe. They are the starting point of all sacred geometry and the visica piscis. They are the most perfect of all shapes and through them, and around them, energy flows in a continuous and harmonious pattern. To hold any sphere, especially a crystal ball, is to place yourself into […]

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  • Connect to guidance powerfully with Himalayan Quartz

    Himalayan Quartz

    Coming from the oldest and highest mountains in our world, Himalayan Quartz Crystal is unusually powerful and holds a clear, unobstructed connection to Higher Guidance. Due to the extreme altitude and its inaccessibility of the mines these crystals are always mined by hand with great care and respect. They are then brought back down small […]

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  • Ruby: The Monarch Of Gems (March 2019)

    Ruby

    Ruby, a corundum, ranges from a clear, deep, raspberry red, to a more opaque Star Ruby frequently cut as a domed cabochon and reflecting a six pointed flare effect, or star, on its surface. The rarer variety is a flawless deep red that is considered more valuable than a diamond. Natural, or rough ruby crystals […]

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  • Kyanite: Transmission and Transformation

    Kyanite is a dark blue, striated mineral with occasional colorless or light blue, green or pink inclusions. It is found mainly in Brazil but also Switzerland, India and parts of the USA. Kyanite is a blue aluminosilicate mineral, usually found in aluminium-rich metamorphic pegmatites and/or sedimentary rock. When found in metamorphic rocks it generally indicates […]

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  • Kyanite: Transmitting electrical impulses throughout the body (February 2019)

    Kyanite

    Kyanite is a dark blue, striated mineral with occasional colorless or light blue, green or pink inclusions. It is found mainly in Brazil but also Switzerland, India and parts of the USA. Kyanite is a blue aluminosilicate mineral, usually found in aluminium-rich metamorphic pegmatites and/or sedimentary rock. When found in metamorphic rocks it generally indicates […]

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  • Amphibole Quartz: A high frequency crystal (January 2019)

    Amphibole Quartz

    Amphibole Quartz, or Angel Phantom Quartz, is a rare variety of included quartz from Brazil. The inclusions may include Actinolite (white; more iron than magnesium), Tremolite (white; more magnesium than iron), Hornblende (pale grey/white), Riebeckite (grey), or Richterite (brown, yellow, red, green) in combinations or singly. The colors, depending on the combinations of minerals will […]

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  • Turquoise: Uniting Mother Earth and Father Sky

    Turquoise

    Turquoise, the traditional birthstone for December, is a light blue to sky blue to medium green stone found in copper and silver mines. It is a hydrated copper aluminum phosphate and grow as microcrystalline masses or nodules. It has a hardness of 5 – 6. Turquoises’ coloration depends on the amount of copper (creating green) […]

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  • Pyrite: Fool’s Gold, Wise Protector

    Pyrite

    Often referred to as “fool’s gold” because of its brassy gold appearance, Pyrite grows independently as a mass, as striated cubes, as dodecahedral crystals or as a replacement mineral supplanting many other minerals forming beforehand. It is a composition mineral of iron and sulfur. Pyrite acts as an excellent shield and protective defense against negative […]

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  • Vanadinite: Helping you accept the third dimension

    Vanadinite

    Vanadinite is a lead chloride mineral growing in small hexagonal crystals or fibrous masses. It grows as bright red0orange to yellow or brown. It can be transparent to translucent with a resinous luster. The mineral is soft, with a hardness of 2.75-3 on the Mohs scale. This is one of those minerals that you should […]

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