amethyst

Amethyst

Amethyst, The purple quartz is considered to exude ‘female’ properties. Admired for its beauty, this semi-precious stone is known for its spirituality and used extensively for healing and meditation. It is said by mystics that sleeping with Amethyst can promote intuitive dreams and astral travel. However only the pure of heart or intention can bring that knowledge back with them.

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It can strengthen the immune system and aid both the pituitary and pineal glands. It is, therefore, an exceptionally good blood cleanser. This powerful crystal facilitates transmutation of lower energies into the higher frequencies of both the spiritual and ethereal levels.

Amethyst tumbled stones kept in your pocket or Amethyst worn as a necklace emits a gentle, emotional calming energy. Often Amethyst and Rose Quartz tumbled stones together are given to loved ones to cool and calm anger and frustrations. It is also used to accentuate to emotions of love. The darker the Amethyst the darker and more mysterious the love!

 

Bi-coloured Amethyst

The energy Bi-coloured Amethyst crystals release when held tingle and have the ability to spark change within you.

The piezoelectricity from within these crystals talk to the piezoelectric currants within your DNA strands. Here is the most amazing thing that healers have been talking about for centuries; The energy given off from Quartz crystals is a subtle, stable, natural, constant force. The same energy within the DNA strands of a healthy person. One energy balances and stabilises the other. Bringing Quartz into your energy field can balance your energy field.

Two things cause the shading from clear to purple in bi-coloured Amethyst, varying amounts of iron and varying amounts of radiation. The science of Mother Nature is fascinating. Depending on the amount of iron present and the type of radiation and length of exposure, thousands of exceptionally beautiful, totally unique outcomes are possible. And even though it is possible to fake many gemstones by growing them in laboratories, it is practically impossible to grow a natural-looking bi-coloured Amethyst.

Natural bi-coloured Quartz/Amethyst is considered rare and is sort after by collectors from around the globe. This is not a gemstone that you see in jewellery readily available in every store across the country week in week out. This is a rare occurrence of Mother Nature entertaining herself and providing us with another of her wonders.