The quartz crystal, one of the most scared stones of ancient and present cultures, is the essence of rocks and the highest expression of the mineral kingdom. It is also a symbol and a mirror of our soul. Its power lies in its structures, growth and reaching up toward the light from depths of the earth. Its apex (the point at the crown where the six sides meet) is like a pyramid, representing the forces of trinity. It has many uses, both practical and aesthetic, resulting in their appearance, their natural abilities and spiritual qualities.
The quartz crystal is one of the most scared stones of ancient and present cultures
The quartz crystal symbolizes energy, and helps people focus on a task. When used as a meditative device, quartz is believed to help energize and focus prayers or thoughts. The radiating rays from the quartz crystal not only prevents our soul and aura from wicked eye, negative thoughts, black magic, etc but also converts our negative thoughts, negative energy and negative vibrations into positive. Whenever you are idle, you can keep the crystal on top of your left palm and keep your right palm on top of it so that it covers fully and concentrate for awhile. This lets you to absorb the cosmic vibration hundred times more and radiate its light beam as well as ultrasonic transmitting power.
Quartz crystal clusters
Almost all ancient cultures have revered and valued Quartz. The ancient Greeks believed Quartz was actually water from the heavens that was frozen into eternal ice by the gods because the word ‘crystal’ derives from the Greek word "krystallos" meaning ‘ice’
Natural clear quartz crystal has a remarkable strength
In Australian Aboriginal mythology, Quartz is the most common substance identified with its mystical substance called maban. Maban is said to be the material from which wise men obtain their magical powers. The Aborigines used the crystals to invoke rain.
This elestial quartz crystal sphere has a small red hematite
Purple quartz crystal (also called Amethyst) is the most popular and expensive gemstone in quartz family. The name "amethyst" came from the Greek and meant "not drunken", which originated from a belief that amethyst would ward off the effects of alcohol. Amethyst is best-known for its color and nice crystal shape that produce a handsome, purple, sparkling cluster. However, the amethyst is not the same everywhere, different localities can produce a unique amethyst. Experts can often identify the source mine that a particular amethyst came from depending on specimen\'s color, shape of crystal and character of formation.
Purple quartz crystals
The Amethyst is regarded as a love charm, as a potent influence in improving sleep and as a protection against thieves and drunkenness. Brazil, Uruguay, Sri Lanka, Siberia, and parts of North America are important sources of supply.
The Amethyst is regarded as a love charm
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