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Crystals - Raw - Amethyst Cluster - Mounted (Small)

Crystals - Raw - Amethyst Cluster - Mounted (Small)

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Crystals are often polished to enhance their looks or make them easier to carry and work with. Many feel that crystals in their raw, rough state are actually more powerful because they have come from Mother Earth in their natural form. This energy can be good for someone who really needs an energetic break through. However, if someone is sensitive to crystal energies then tumbled stones are the way to go. They typically carry a softer more gentle, subtle energy. Both rough and tumbled crystals will work perfectly, so it is a matter of preference. crystals are not at all less powerful in their raw form. In fact, you might find them more powerful. Small Sized Raw Amethyst Cluster Mounted on a solid wood plinth Amethyst Crystal System: Trigonal Type By Manner of Formation: Primary Mineral Class: Oxide, Quartz Group Colour: Violet Amethyst encourages constant spiritual wakefulness, a sense of spirituality and insight into the reality of the spirit. This stone imbues a sense of justice and the ability to judge and provokes honesty and uprightness. As a meditation stone it will help quieten the mind and is an aid to finding deep inner peace and discovering the wisdom that resides inside all of us. Emotionally, amethyst will help with sadness and grief and will lend support in coming to terms with loss. Mentally amethyst encourages sobriety and awareness, heightens concentration and effectiveness in thinking and helps with overcoming addictive behavior. Mythology Amethyst is a purple quartz. Crushed amethyst was used by the Ancient Greeks and Romans as a way to ward off intoxication. One story is told that partly this was due to the fact that the Romans sometimes put amethyst in their wine. Then the wine could be watered down and still retain its purple color from the stones within. That meant less alcohol, and thus, less intoxication. Both the Greeks and Romans made drinking cups of amethyst and wore talismans of amethyst to prevent intoxication. There is a Greek legend of how amethyst got its purple colour. Once Dionysus was so annoyed by Artemis that he set his sacred tigers upon a maiden attending her shrine. To preserve the maiden, whose name was Amethyst, Artemis petrified her in sparkling quartz. Lamenting this virgin's demise, Dionysus poured a the contents of his cup over the statue, which immediately became infused with the purple of the grape. Mineralogy Amethyst belongs to the group of crystal quartzes, Those representatives of the quartz group that form large visible crystals. It’s colour is largely due to the large traces of Iron it contain in the crystal lattice. It is formed hydrothermally from from weak, iron-containing silicic acid solutions, mainly in hollows formed by gas bubbles in volcanic rock, more rarely also in rock clefts and rocks with cracks and passages running through them.

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