One Purple Celestial Aura Quartz Crystal Size: ~2 inches in length
Lavender Aura Crystal
1 ~1.5 inches Lavender Aura Crystal
Few can resist the beauty of Aura Quartz crystals with their shimmering iridescence and metallic rainbow sheen in colors that defy nature yet enchant the senses. Though artificially enhanced by modern techniques, these crystals utilize the ancient powers of alchemy and synergy. By electrostatically bonding precious metals from the Earth onto the surface of natural Clear Quartz points or clusters, a new, unified color layer is created, a permanent blend that intensifies the properties of the original elements, as well as emanating a unique spectrum of subtle energies on its own. [101 Hall, 40][Hall En, 143][Simmons, 33, 47][Eason, 243]
Aura Quartz crystals have been part of the New Age movement since the 1980’s, prized for their ability to expand the consciousness and heal the physical and spiritual body with their extraordinary high vibration. [Simmons, 33, 47][101 Hall, 40][Eason, 243]
All Aura Quartzes carry the general properties of Quartz, as well as the metal(s) with which it is paired.
Purple Celestial Aura Quartz crystal improves intuition, connecting with one’s inner source of knowledge, as well as the Akashic wisdom of humankind everywhere. It is a valuable crystal for mediums, especially trance mediums, clairvoyants, psychic investigators and paranormal researchers. It is also supportive of those who lead group meditations or guided visualizations, and for beginners in the psychic world to feel safe and protected. [Eason, 215]
Purple Celestial aura Quartz crystal is exceptionally good for dissolving negativity that has built up over many years from a mentally abusive relationship. It provides emotional and spiritual healing for kidnap victims, hostages after their release, those dealing with near-death experiences, and for anyone who has suffered a violent crime. [Eason, 215]
[Eason, pp. ]Cassandra Eason, The New Crystal Bible (London: Carlton Books Ltd., 2010).
[Hall En ,pp.] Judy Hall, The Encyclopedia of Crystals, (Beverly, MA: Fair Winds Press, 2013).
[Hall, pp.] Judy Hall, The Crystal Bible (Cincinnati, OH: Walking Stick Press, 2003).
[Simmons, pp.] [Ahsian,] Robert Simmons & Naisha Ahsian, The Book of Stones (Berkley, CA: North Atlantic Books, 2007).