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  • Amazing Amethyst

    Hi everyone, The purpose of these blogs is to give you detailed information about the crystals that I sell as well as information about crystals you already may have in your collection. I hope you enjoy. Crystal Family Amethyst is part of the Quartz family. It is the purple variety that has manganese and iron inclusions. It comes in different shades of purple from a pale lilac to a deep purple. It is usually semi-translucent. There are many varieties of amethyst – chevron amethyst, and prasolite which is the green variety of amethyst. Amethyst is formed via lava where there are iron oxide rich veins - the iron creates the purple colour. If amethyst is heated hotter than 400 degrees, it turns yellow - this is known as heat treated citrine. Amethyst is found in Britain, Brazil, Uruguay, South Africa, Madagascar, India, Argentina, USA and Maissau in Austria, Canada, Mexico, Russia, East Africa, Siberia and Austrailia. The stone is 7 on the Mohs Hardness scale. It is used for several things including wand points, spheres, single points, clusters, jewellery and amulets. It can be used unpolished or polished. It can be water cleansed, however do not place in direct sunlight as it fades the colour in the crystal. It can also be cleansed via a sage infusion. Elixir - Do not boil - Immerse in spring water, an alcoholic solution, herbal tea or infusion. Amethyst Formation: Trigonal crystal Long prismatic crystals Chemical Composition: SiO2 Silicon oxide with Fe History and Mythology of Clear Quartz The name Amethyst derives from the Greek word ‘Amethystos’ which means ‘sober'. It has been used since the Neolithic period (approx 4000BC) as Jewellery has been found. It was set in gold rings in 2400BC. The Egyptians used amethyst in amulets and jewellery. See picture of a Middle Kingdom amulet from the British museum. Warriors used for protection in battle by carrying amulets. The Ancient Greeks - believed that amethyst symbolised the wisdom of the Gods. The Greeks had a wonderful Story about how Amethyst came about. The God Dionysus met a a nymph called Amethystros. She was extremely beautiful and Dionysius decided he wanted her. Amethystros however refused his advances. In one story he chased her, in another he got angry and sent fierce tigers after her. In one version of the story she called on the Goddess Diana to help her in another she turned herself into clear Quartz. The God was so distressed in one version he cried tears of wine that dropped onto her, in another he poured wine over her. This turned Amethystros purple hence Amethyst is mainly purple. Roman and Greeks drank out of amethyst goblets and glasses as it was believed to stop drunkenness. It also was used to disguise water in the goblet, so others believed it was wine. There is an ancient Greek saying: ‘An Amethyst is this stone: I Bacchus, am a drinker. Either it will teach me sobriety, Or it will lead me to drink’ In Roman Times it was a very well known Stone that it was included in Pliny the Elder's book, Natural History: 'We will now commence with another class of precious stones, those of a purple colour, or whose tints are derived from purple. To the first rank belongs the amethystos1 of India; a stone which is also found in the part of Arabia that adjoins Syria and is known as Petra, as also in Lesser Armenia, Egypt, and Galatia; the very worst of all, and the least valued, being those of Thasos and Cyprus. The name which these stones bear, originates, it is said, in the peculiar tint of their brilliancy, which, after closely approaching the colour of wine, passes off into a violet without being fully pronounced; or else, according to some authorities, in the fact that in their purple there is something that falls short of a fiery colour, the tints fading off and inclining to the colour of wine. All these stones are transparent and of an agreeable violet colour, and are easy2 to engrave. Those of India have in perfection the very richest shades of purple, and it is to attain this colour that the dyers3 in purple direct all their endeavours; it presenting a fine mellowed appearance to the eye, and not dazzling the sight, as in the case with the colours of the carbunculus. Another variety approaches more nearly the hyacinth in colour: the people of India call this tint "socon," and the stone itself "socondion." A third stone of this class is of a more diluted colour, and is known as "sapenos," being identical with "pharanitis," so called from a country4 on the frontiers of Arabia that produces it. Of a fourth kind, the colour is like that of wine; and in a fifth it borders very closely upon that of crystal, the purple gradually passing off into white. This last kind is but little valued; for a fine amethyst should always have, when viewed sideways5 and held up to the light, a certain purple refulgence, like that of carbunculus, slightly inclining to a tint of rose. Some prefer giving these stones the name of "pæderos"6 or of "anteros,"7 while to many they are known as "Venus'8 eyelid," a name which would seem to be particularly appropriate to the colour and general appearance of the gem. The falsehoods of the magicians would persuade us that these stones are preventive of inebriety, and that it is from this that they have derived9 their name. They tell us also, that if we inscribe the names of the sun and moon upon this stone, and then wear it suspended from the neck, with some hair of the cynocephalus10 and feathers of the swallow, it will act as a preservative against all noxious spells. It is said too, that worn in any manner, this stone will ensure access to the presence of kings; and that it will avert hail and the attacks of locusts, if a certain prayer is also repeated which they mention. They make similar promises, too, in reference to the smaragdus, if graven with the figure of an eagle or of a scarabæus: statements which, in my opinion, they cannot have committed to writing without a feeling of contempt and derision for the rest of mankind.' In the Bible it it is mentioned in the Old testament – Amethyst was one of the 12 stones of the breastplate of Aaron (Exodus 39) The Celts- associated it with inspirising and fertilising powers. In Middle Ages - Christians adopted the mineral as a token of their renunciation of other worldly property. In the church, Amethyst was a symbol of Piety and Celibacy worn by priests, bishops, and cardinals. It was a stone that helped improve the skin and protect against snake bites (Hildegard Von Bingen) and Konrad Von Megenberg believed it drove ’bad thoughts’ and stimulated thought processes. In Arabia – It was venerated as a protective stone and used to prevent nightmares It was the favourite stone of Catherine the Great of Russia. In the early 1700s amethyst was very rare - There was an amethyst bracelet worn by Queen Charlotte that was valued at the time at £200 which was a lot of money back then. After there was a new discovery found in Brazil of Amethyst it reduced its value. Native Americans wore it to prevent being struck by lightning. Buddism: It was dedicated to the Buddha. And Buddhists believe that it is associated with a detachment from sexual desires. In Ayurvedic medicine it is valued as a natural remedy. In Tibet – Monks have rosaries of amethyst to help meditation. Green Amethyst, otherwise known as prasolite was discovered naturally in the Mid 1950s in Brazil. In is now mainly heat treated and irradiated there. However, there are still some natural green amethyst in Poland, Namibia, Nevada, Zambia, and Tanzania. FUN FACTS There is Church a Brazilian Town of Ametista do Sul which is buily using Amethyst. Myth states that everyone in the town took a amethyst to the construction site - there is more than 40 tons! Brazilian Amethysts from Uruguay can be over 100 million years old! If you collide two amethysts together in the dark you can see sparks of light jump between them - this is called pyroelectricity and piezoelectricity. Crystal healing Properties Amethyst is a symbol of peace of mind, Modesty and Piety. Amethyst magnifies the energy of crystals and is a great overall protector. It helps negotiation skills and with wealth and business success. It is useful for purification during ceremonies and also reverts negative energy to positive. It is a feminine stone, though it still helps men. Place in your home to help create relaxation, health and happiness. Place under your pillow to help insomnia and protect against nightmares. Combine with Moldavite, Azeztulite, Phenacite, scolecite and Natrolite. There is a special place at Lake Louise in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta Canada. The lake has a basin with an amethyst core – this is believed to attune to the archangels. This is based on tectonic plates as there are hot springs and the Lake its self is full of meltwater which has a high percentage of Powdered Quartz in it. It is believed to give: Spiritual peace and sanctuary for the soul Divine protection and teaching by the archangel Michael Spiritually it aids: Enhances the aura Meditation Spiritual contact – high vibrational crystal Gives insights to your true nature Opens intuition Emotionally it aids by: Restores emotional balance OCD Anger and violent tendencies Calms passion Nerves Self-esteem Oversensitivity Tension Grief Depression Mentally it aids by: Restores mental balance Encourages chastity Relieves homesickness Helps decision making Focuses the mind Improves motivation Helps tiredness Physically it aids: Restores Physical balance Heals the cause of dis-ease Good for healing Hormone regulation Insomnia Headaches Migraines Acne Asthma Blood clots Bacterial and viral infections Bad posture Cancer Arthritis – as an elixir Immune system Circulatory system Sympathetic nervous system Bones Heart Stomach Skin Teeth Liver Endocrine glands Drunkenness and addictions Detoxing Blood cleansing Helps itching and sunburns Diarrhoea Zodiac sign: Virgo, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces – It is the birthstone of February and associated with the archangel Zadkiel. Chakra Association: Works on all chakras but especially the heart and Brow chakras. Place on any chakra - helps unblock it Brow chakra - during times of anxiety place an amethyst on this chakra. It also helps strengthen intuition. Solar plexus - wear or place on the stomach area to help build self confidence and character. Heart chakra - helps make decisions in regards to love. Thank you for reading this blog post - Hope it has helped. To see what amethyst products I have in stock click the link below: If you would like to read further these are the books, images and internet sources I have used for the blog: Bibliography The Crystal healer, Philip Permutt The Lure of Gems, Steve Bennett The Crystal Bible, Judy Hall The crystal Wisdom Book, Stephanie Harrison and Barbara Kleiner Little Pocket Book of Crystal tips and cures, Philip Permutt The little book of crystals, Judy hall Sacred Crystals, Hazel Raven Crystal Power: mythology and history, Andreas Guhr and Jory Nagler Crystal Power, crystal healing: The complete handbook, Michael Gienger The crystal and Mineral guide, John Lee Healing crystals: The A-Z guide to 420 gemstones, Michael Gienger The pocket book of stones, Robert Simmons The crystal Healing Bible, Sue Lilly Crystals and Sacred Sites, Judy hall The Natural History. Pliny the Elder. John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S. H.T. Riley, Esq., B.A. London. Taylor and Francis, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street. 1855. 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  • Clear Quartz: Geology, History and Crystal healing properties!

    Hi I did promise a blog on Clear Quartz! If you missed my facebook live last month I did a special information hour all about clear Quartz! I thought I would post the information I gave onto a blog post! Crystal Family Clear Quartz is Part of the Quartz family. It is also known as Rock crystal. It is colourless and is transparent to translucent. It is formed in igneous conditions, when magmas cools, the silicon dioxide in the magma crystallizes. The slower it cools the bigger the quartz crystals. Also, quartz can form via silica rich water. Silicon dioxide dissolves in the water like salt in a cup of water, but only when the temperature is very high, and the pressure is very strong. Then as the temperature and pressure go down the silica rich water becomes saturated and Quartz crystals are formed. The Quartz comes in clusters, aggregates, and single stones, druse hollows and pegmatites. Clear Quartz is found worldwide and is the most abundant and common crystal on Earth It forms the basis for a lot for crystals. Also, when you next look at a golden sand beach think about the fact that it is composed of tiny quartz crystals that have been stained by iron in the sea! Main mining areas are in Brazil, Madagascar, USA, Japan and the Alps. The stone is 7 on the Mohs Hardness scale. It is used for several things including wand points, spheres, single points, clusters, jewellery and amulets. It can be used unpolished or polished. It is also used in computers and in watches. It can be water cleansed. It is not advisable to cleanse via sunlight as Quartz amplifies the sun’s heat, a bit like a mirror and can cause fire. Clear Quartz Formation: Trigonal crystal with Hexagonal crystals Chemical Composition: SiO2 Silicon oxide History and Mythology of Clear Quartz Clear Quartz has a long history of use. The name Quartz was derived from the Greek ‘Krustellos’ meaning Ice as the Ancient Greeks believed that Clear Quartz/ Rock Crystal was ice for the Gods. In Ancient times, clear quartz was seen to bestow the power of invisibility if placed in a Seer’s mouth. In Ancient Rome, Emperor Augustus dedicated the largest known clear Quartz at the time to a Roman God in the Capitol temple. It apparently weighed 23kg (50lbs). The Roman Historian Pliny the Elder wrote about the Clear Quartz: ‘It is a diametrically opposite cause to this that produces crystal,1 a substance which assumes a concrete form from excessive congelation.2 At all events, crystal is only to be found in places where the winter snow freezes with the greatest intensity; and it is from the certainty that it is a kind of ice, that it has received the name3 which it bears in Greek. The East, too, sends us crystal, there being none preferred to the produce of India. It is to be found, also, in Asia, that of the vicinity of Alabanda,4 Orthosia,5 and the neighbouring mountains, being held in a very low degree of esteem. In Cyprus, also, there is crystal, but that found upon the Alpine heights in Europe is, in general, more highly valued. According to Juba, there is crystal in a certain island of the Red Sea, opposite the coast of Arabia, called "Necron;"6 as, also, in another neighbouring island7 which produces the precious stone known as the "topazus;" where a block of crystal was extracted, he says, by Pythagoras, the præfect of King Ptolemaæus, no less than a cubit in length. Cornelius Bocchus informs us that in Lusitania, there have been blocks of crystal found, of extraordinary weight, in sinking shafts in the Ammiensian8 mountains there, to a water-level for the supply of wells. It is a marvellous fact, stated by Xenocrates of Ephesus, that in Asia and in the Isle of Cyprus, crystal is turned up by the plough; it having been the general belief that it is never to be found in terreous soils, and only in rocky localities. That is much more probable which the same Xenocrates tells us, when he says that the mountain streams often bring down with them fragments of crystal. Sudines says, that crystal is only to be found in localities that face the south, a thing that is known to be really the fact: indeed, it is never found in humid spots, however cold the climate may be, even though the rivers there freeze to the very bottom. Rain-water and pure snow are absolutely necessary for its formation,9 and hence it is, that it is unable to endure heat, being solely employed for holding liquids that are taken cold. From the circumstance of its being hexagonal10 and hexahedral, it is not easy to penetrate this substance; and the more so, as the pyramidal terminations do not always have the same appearance. The polish on its faces is so exquisite, that no art can possibly equal it.’ He also talks about the healing properties of Clear Quartz: ‘The largest block of crystal that has ever been beheld by us, is the one that was consecrated by Julia Augusta in the Capitol, and which weighed about one hundred and fifty pounds.1 Xenocrates speaks of having seen a vase of crystal, which held one amphora,2 and we find other writers mentioning a vessel from India which held four sextarii. For my own part, I can positively say, that there is crystal amid the crags of the Alps, so difficult of access, that it is usually found necessary to be suspended by ropes in order to extract it. Persons who are experienced in the matter detect its presence by certain signs and indications. Crystal is subject to numerous defects, sometimes presenting a rough, solder-like, substance, or else clouded by spots upon it; while occasionally it contains some hidden humour3 within, or is traversed by hard and brittle knurrs,4 which are known as "salt grains."5 Some crystal, too, has a red rust upon it, while, in other instances, it contains filaments that look like flaws, a defect which artists conceal by engraving it. But where crystals are entirely free from defect, they are preferred uncut; in which case, they are known as "acenteta,"6 and have the colour, not of foam, but of limpid water. In the last place, the weight of crystals is a point which is taken into consideration. I find it stated by medical men that the very best cautery for the human body is a ball of crystal acted upon by the rays of the sun.7 This substance, too, has been made the object of a mania; for, not many years ago, a mistress of a family, who was by no means very rich, gave one hundred and fifty thousand sesterces for a single basin made of crystal. Nero, on receiving tidings that all was lost, in the excess of his fury, dashed two cups of crystal to pieces; this being his last act of vengeance upon his fellow-creatures, preventing any one from ever drinking again from these vessels. Crystal, when broken, cannot by any possibility be mended. Vessels in glass have been brought to a marvellous degree of resemblance to crystal; and yet, wonderful to say, they have only tended to enhance the value of crystal, and in no way to depreciate it.’ We also get information that the Emperor Nero only drank wine from rock crystal goblets as he believed it would quench his thirst quicker. There are many myths and legends among mountain peoples that their mountain spirits had thrones carved in Quartz as they were seats of the gods that gave clarity and transparency to whomever sat on them. In the Middle Ages, a chemist called Johann Kinkel thought clear Quartz was congealed ice. It was used in Folk medicine against thirst and chilblains – It was held up in the sun as it was believed to heal the skin especially help prevent blisters from burns. It was also believed to help staunch bleeding and to help treat complaints linked to the gall bladder. Native Americans placed a clear quartz in a newborn baby’s cradle as a symbol of their connection with the Earth. In Tibet, Buddhists use the crystal to be able to sink into a deeper meditative state which would help them quicken their goal of finding the ‘Path of Enlightenment’. In India, many use Clear quartz Rosaries as they believe it enhances the effectiveness of their prayers. Hildegard Von Bingen recommended that nursing mothers should ground up clear quartz and mix it with honey and consume this mixture. In Chinese medicine Clear quartz is used as a Pain reliever (acupuncture needles sometimes having Quartz tips) as it is believed to contain the pure essence of chi/life force. In Japanese culture, it was believed that clear quartz was the congealed breath of sacred dragons. Australian aborigines believed that a shaman’s intestines were made of quartz and that they could project these crystals into other people to heal them. Akashic records are clear quartz which has a special mark that is believed to have ancient spiritual knowledge that will only be unlocked by certain people who can look into the crystal and read it. Crystal healing Properties Clear Quartz is known as the Master Healer. There are believed to be several Quartz crystals that are known as Record keepers, which have lots of information within them that you can unlock. It helps to intensify other crystals energies, so it is great for crystal grids. As an elixir, it can help purify and stabilize you. It is a symbol of purity, infinity of space and patience and perseverance. This stone is great for anyone who is beginning or already doing divination as it is a psychic amplifier. Clear quartz has been tested via a kirlia camera, which measures bio magnetic fields, and it has shown when clear quartz is present it can double the strength of your bio magnetic field. Popping clear quartz on your desk at work will focus your energy and inspiration to work. Popping a clear quartz cluster in the living room brings light and happiness to a home. Popping a clear quartz next to your bed helps to reenergize you as you sleep. Attaching a clear quartz to your dog’s collar is believed to help ensure that training goes smoothly. Spiritually it aids: Raises the energy to the highest level – helps you to reach higher plains and communicate with the nature spirits. Is a spiritual library Dissolves Karmic seeds Enhances psychic abilities and helps attune you to a spiritual purpose Helps meditation as it filters out distractions Helps with programming Enhances your personal point of view Emotionally it aids by: Restores emotional balance Brings serenity and calm Place on the solar plexus – draws off emotional turmoil and restores harmony between the emotional and physical bodies. Carry quartz – in times of emotional distress it helps to alleviate this. Teacher of humanity – helps you to accept oneself. Helps hypochondriac depression Mentally it aids by: Aids Concentration Unlocks the memory by stimulating the brain Improves your perception faculty Protects from negative energies by wearing it. Increases awareness Brings clarity to your thoughts Environmentally: Draws negative energy of all kinds Neutralizes background radiation – electromagnetic smog and petrochemical emanations. Attach to your fuel line – conserves energy and helps reduce emissions Can be programmed to connect to the Earth Reduces static electricity. Physically it aids: Stimulates the immune system – helps increase the production of white blood cells Balances the body Soothes burns Harmonizes all the chakras Enhances your energy flow Strengthens the nerves, brain, and glands Alleviates pain and swellings Activates pineal and pituitary glands Prevents dizziness Quartz powder in wine – helps cure diarrhoea Quartz powder mixed with honey – aids lactation Aids dropsy Aids scrofula Enhances tissue regeneration Supports the stomach Supports the intestinal tract Aids intestinal problems Abdominal ulcers Leukemia Bubonic plague Chemical toxicity Cleanses the internal organs Helps overcome fatigue and lethargy Zodiac sign: Virgo – Birthstone is April and the angel it is associated with is the Archangel Metatron Chakra Association: Mainly the higher crown chakra however clear quartz is associated with all chakras as it revitalizes and restores balance in all. Thank you for reading this blog, I hope it was informative! see belong for further reading Bibliography Crystals for everyday living – Christina Rodenbeck Crystals: The Modern Guide to crystal healing, Yulia Van Doren The Crystal Bible, Judy Hall Crystal Co-creators, Dorothy Roeder, 1994 Little Pocket Book of Crystal tips and cures, Philip Permutt Crystal healing, Judy Hall Sacred Crystaks, Hazel Raven Crystal Power: mythology and history, Andreas Guhr and Jory Nagler Healing crystals: the A-Z guide to 430 gemstones, Michael Gienger Gemstones of the world, Walter Schulmann The Encyclopedia of crystals, Judy hall The Healing power of crystals, Cass and Janie Jackson The Natural History. Pliny the Elder. John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S. H.T. Riley, Esq., B.A. London. Taylor and Francis, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street. 1855.

  • Snowflake obsidian: The history, crystal formation and healing properties

    Hi everyone better late than never! This is a blog post about snowflake obsidian. Crystal Family Snowflake Obsidian is Black Obsidian with grey/white feldspar inclusions. It is formed via volcanic lava which quickly solidifies into a clear or black volcanic glass. To create snowflake obsidian feldspar minerals/silic acids are in the volcanic lava as it is hardening crystalizing within the obsidian. It has no crystal structure. Snowflake Obsidian is found in New Zealand, USA, Peru, Canada, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Guatemala, Iceland, Russia, and Italy. The stone is 5-5.5 on the Mohs Hardness scale. Its used for amulets and necklaces. It can be water cleansed and used as tumblestones, points and jewellery. Snowflake Obsidian Formation: amorphous with complex crystals Chemical Composition: SiO2 Silicon dioxide with Feldspar impurities History and Mythology of Snowflake Obsidian Snowflake Obsidian has its history intertwined with obsidian. Obsidian has been used since Paleolithic times as blades and arrowheads for weapons for hunting. In Ancient times, It was believed to have been found by a Roman Obsius (Hence Obsidian’s name), who found it in Ethiopia. This crystal was believed to help Drive out demons as well as heal wounds and alleviate pain. The Ancient Greeks of Milos traded Obsidian and became extraordinarily rich off it. In Central America, The Aztecs made clubs, axes and swords with the stone and used it for religious carvings and ornamental regalia. In Mythology, The Aztec mother Earth Goddess, Coatlicue gave birth to the moon, Coyolxanuhqui and the stars with the help of an obsidian blade. The Mayan Priests of the god Tezcatlipoca used Obsidian for mirrors to predict the future. In Europe during the Middle Ages, Obsidian was used for spheres and magical mirrors to aid in magical rituals. Obsidian was also used as a surgical tool for Trepanation which was an operation to cut into the skull of a patient. A Scientist in the Royal court for Queen Elizabeth called John Dee had a Magic mirror which he claimed was given to him by Uriel the angel. It was actually a Aztec mirror brought back from the Conquista. Now it is used in cardiac and eye surgeries as the blade is thinner than a steel scalpel. It is also used for piano keys and chess pieces. Crystal healing Properties Snowflake obsidian helps to teach you to value your mistakes as well as your successes. It is known as the stone of purity as it balances your mind, body, and spirit. It helps you overcome parenting mistakes so great for a new parent. It is highly protective as it blocks negative energy and absorbs it and it is gentle in doing so. Spiritually it aids: Awakens you Feel intact with the Earth Brings hidden emotions to the surface Opens an awareness of your past lives - aids past life meditation and regression Spiritual invulnerability and freedom Emotionally it aids by: Meditation - Isolation and loneliness become empowering Dispels fear and emotional blockages from the soul Empowers to help you see lessons and blessings in your heartbreak Promotes forgiveness for pain others have caused you. Aids compassion Dissolves shocks, fears, blocks, and traumatization – grieve as well Helps obsessions Purifies negative atmospheres Protects against psychic attacks Mentally it aids by: Helps release ‘wrong thinking’ Releases stressful mental patterns Motivates to spontaneously materialize ideas Expands consciousness Sharpens senses Physically it aids: Treats veins Skeleton Improves circulation – warms hands and feet Enhances blood flow even extreme undersupply An elixir is good for the skin and eyes Aids wound healing Helps hardened arteries Detoxes – keeping it by the fridge to make wiser food choices Arthritis Joint pain Cramp Injuries Pain Bleeding Zodiac sign: Virgo Chakra Association: Base and Sacral chakra – Calms and soothes, receptive mind and brings ingrained behaviors to your attention Thank you so much for reading and I hope this has been informative! See below my bibliography for further reading :) Bibliography The Crystal Bible, Judy Hall Crystal Co-creators, Dorothy Roeder, 1994 Crystal Power, Crystal Healing: The Complete Handbook, Michael Gienger Healing crystals: the A-Z guide to 430 gemstones, Michael Gienger Crystal clear: Change your energy, heal your life, Golmaz Alibagi Gemstones of the world, Walter Schulmann The Encyclopedia of crystals, Judy hall The Crystal healing bible – Sue Lilly Gemstones A-Z, Diane Stein Crystals: Colour and chakra, Sue lilly, Josephine De Winter and Gill Hale

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