...through her surgery well and is recovering. She could still use healing help.
And we have some of my favourite rocks joining us: kunzite, amethyst, astrophyllite, 5D crystal, quartz and granite plus whatever else we walk on, wear in our jewelry and have surrounding us (that's plenty in our...
Nice synchronicity with the topic of the week since today I decided to reunite with my crystals a bit more again. I took out the Amethyst (nice pic above!) and also the Astrophyllite which is an amazing crystal for me with ET origin (just like Moldavite). I'll bring the Astro with me. So be...
That's odd I see this today, and it's 10:01! In a few weeks I will be going to a mine which has many amethysts, and LOTS more quartz. It's certainly possible I could come home with 10-20 lbs of quartz. You dig it, you keep it. Can someone explain how amethyst is healing and how to use it? My...
This is said to be largest amethyst geode in the world. Named the Empress of Uruguay, it stands at a staggering 10.7 feet (3.27 meters) tall and weighs 2,500 kg (2.5 tonne).
It resides at the Crystal Caves Museum in Atherton, Australia and was discovered in the Artigas region in northern...
...restaurant in the Lewis Pass. The mountains had snow on all around us.
Eggs Florentine at a cafe in Nelson with sourdough toast.
A amethyst from Brazil at the Rockfella's crystal shop in Motueka, NZ.
I liked these statues in a shop in Nelson.
A shot while flying from Christchurch...
...and the pancreas; strengthens blood vessels and heals skin disorders.
Amethyst Seer Stone:
Amethyst is the stone of spirituality and contentment, it bestows stability, strength, inner peace. It is a great stone for...
Those look like quartzes with inclusions of all kinds of stuff; probably mostly iron oxides considering the colour. I think I see glints of amethyst too.
Those little gems are the epitome of crystals in terms of glowing, sparkling colour<3
One65 , I do the same thing. I usually use amethyst before best and sleep with it. It also gets really warm. And I usually get songs too. Yesterday it was “Down in the Park.”
A portion of the song goes,
We are not lovers
We are not romantics
We are here to serve you
...possibility, I think) to have some sparkle, though slightly different types of sparkle.
7 could easily be blue apatite.
My best guess is amethyst for 8, mostly because of the top bit. Also, I'm betting there are a lot of other minerals along with it, which can happen with amethyst; that would...
6 - perhaps the left two are Orange Calcite and the right two are quartz, although the bottom right has lines through it..
edit - or could the two on the right be orange moonstone?
7 - is Blue Apatite
8 - is Amethyst or Lepidolite?
9 - is Green Opal
What are your thoughts...
Pastelbat, I agree that I see what looks like quite a few pieces of calcium in different colours with probably fluorite and amethyst too.
I agree about the citrine and peacock ore. Both are beautiful stones.
The big green one could be aventurine? It's a bit tough to tell in the photo.
I got quite a few rocks and crystals when my mother brought them home from her classroom and I need help identifying them. Some I think might be amethyst or fluorite. One of the green ones I think could be calcite, but I'm not sure on any of them.
...Malachite often comes with chyrsocolla. (I'm wearing such a pendant now).
Best guess for 6 is iron oxides etc in quartz
8 looks like an amethyst tip to me.
Love the colours for 7 + 9 (serpentine?) though I've not much to add.
I did something similar a few years ago... went to a rock shop to...
...beautiful green forest and the bluest sky and water. You go up a few steps to go in and inside is a large round hall. The floors are made of amethyst crystals and there's a marble walk way across the hall front to back and side to side. In the center coming out of the floor is a large dome...
...crystals have called to me all my life - sometimes in stores but often they appear at my feet. We live on a granite outcrop with quartz and amethyst all around, as well as lava.
Stones have their own molecular components, which is why diamonds have many uses other than decoration. So that is...
Oh bless you LIla. This is not a good photo is it? The stone is purple actually, definitely not metal.
I think it is a member of the amethyst family.....will take a better photo tomorrow in the sun.
Thank you for your help