Rainbow Flourite

Fluorite is calcium fluoride in mineral form, belonging to the halide group of minerals. It is also known as “fluorspar,” especially in industrial or chemical settings. It has ornamental uses, but it has also been used for smelting (as a flux), in the manufacture of hydrofluoric acid, and in the...

Lepidolite

Lepidolite, a secondary source of lithium, is a phyllosilicate mineral and a member of the mica group. It is also a significant source of rare alkali minerals caesium and rubidium. It occurs in high temperature quartz veins, granite pegmatites, greisens and granites. It was originally discovered in the eighteenth century....

Vogel type wands

To be considered a “Vogel” a crystal must be made of natural quartz and be cut with the appropriate care, intent, and precision necessary to assure the Universal Life Force is attracted, amplified, and transmitted properly. Essentially the literature tells us that a properly cut crystal takes in energy at...

Fire and Ice Quartz

Fire and Ice is a stone of initiation and profound acceleration that slices through old patterns in order to expose the Soul’s purpose and how to create and manifest our own Reality through the Dreamtime.  By opening the vision center and insightful psychic communication…it supports a connection with our many...

Citrine Quartz

Citrine is a pale or golden yellow to honey or brown colored variety of quartz that may contain sparkle or rainbow inclusions. Its name derives from the Latin word “citrina,” meaning “yellow.” It is rare in nature and the second most desirable quartz gemstone after amethyst. Most of the citrine...

Amethyst

  A semiprecious stone that is actually a violet form of quartz, amethyst is very often seen worn as jewelry.  Ancient Greeks and Romans wore it and crafted drinking vessels out of it believing that it would protect them from drunkenness.  In fact its very name translates to “not intoxicated”...