Monthly Archives: September 2013


Clear quartz

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Quartz  is the most recognized type of crystal. In fact, many people envision quartz crystals when they think of crystals, even though there are many different types of crystals. Quartz can be icy clear or have inclusions, veils, bubbles, and various colors. Visual clarity normally isn't important to a quartz's energetic quality and ability […]


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Opalite

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A stone to bring one to an understanding that what one touches does not just end there, what one tastes does not just fade, what one sees does not just disappear. There is a wisdom behind all, and that wisdom is to be used, that memory goes past the physical self, it is used […]


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Lemurian crystals

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Lemurian Star Seeds are considered one of the master crystals, reminding us that while we are all individuals, we are also connected to each other, and that we are all equal in spirit. Originally found in Brazil, Metaphysical legend states that there was once an advanced ancient civilization called 'Lemuria' which were similar to […]


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Tourmaline

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Tourmaline’s name comes from the Sinhalese word ‘turmali’, which means ‘mixed’. Bright rainbow collections of gemstone varieties were called ‘turmali’ parcels. Tourmaline, occurring in more colours and combinations of colours than any other gemstone variety, lives up to its name. There is a tourmaline that looks like almost any other gemstone! Many stones in […]


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Obsidian

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Obsidian is of low significance as a material for gemstones, but the so-called volcanic glasses provide interest for the many uses to which they have been put by aboriginal man and by the enigma of their genesis. Obsidian is formed by the rapid cooling of volcanic lava which, had it been allowed to cool […]


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Rose quartz and Asterised rose quartz

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Rose quartz is one of the most pleasantly seductive varieties of quartz. The pink to rose red colour is caused by titanium and iron. Rose quartz is usually too cloudy or pale to be used as a cut gemstone, although a few exceptional pieces are found with enough clarity and colour to make fine […]


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