Blue Smoke Crystal Quartz Points

This type of quartz is currently found only in the Santander region of Columbia. It is considered a variety of lemurian, is very high quality 

and is often crystal clear. It's "Blue Smoke" appearance is from micro inclusions of other elements, and these specimens may have tiny terminations surrounding the base of the point, sometimes known as "cathedrals".

Quartz is the most abundant mineral on earth, and has the most variations of any mineral!

Origin: Columbia

 Variety: Silicon Dioxide

Mohs Hardness: 6 - 7

 Chakra: All, Crown

Element: Storm

Physical Healing Properties: Used mostly for issues with the nervous system, but can be programmed to aid in any type of physical ailment.

Magic + Metaphysics: For centuries, the rock form of this mineral, known as crystal quartz, has been highly regarded in many cultures as holy and has been referred to as a "master healer" used for meditation and many religious practices. It is known to harness the energy of anything that is around or programmed to it, and can be used to cleanse and charge other minerals that have been drained of its original metaphysical properties. Blue Smoke Quartz is particularly good at connecting us to higher vibrations while cleansing and balancing, and because of it's lemurian properties, helps align us with teachings and memories from the Akashic records.

Specs: Each crystal point has been hand selected. Each small is approximately 1.5-2" long, and each large is roughly2- 3" long by 1" thick. Each comes with lovely inclusions and imperfections, and a wonderfully unpolished surface. It is straight from the earth! 

To cleanse, let the crystal sit in a warm salt water bath. To charge it, let it dry in direct sunlight. Do not place it in a window as it can start a fire.

Please note that because of the nature of this item, each piece is different from the other. The one you receive may not be one pictured here, but will look similar.

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