This an opalescent, pale citrine quartz, 1 lb 2 oz and 4.7” by 2.45” by 2.45” with wonderful pale bluish-smoky overtones from Aricuai, Brazil. Lemurian lines grace her cathedral sides and there are nice glyphs (including a few tiny trigonic record keepers) covering her faces. There is a touch of creamy albite, mica and golden healer. But the real treat comes from the blue tourmaline (indicolite) … beautiful needle-like blue rods within that seem to form “blue spots” and larger rods on the outside. There is an area with what I initially thought was a crystal cave, but it’s a large tourmaline key! With a loupe, you can see them well!. Everything about her is in moderation … she’s a little smoky, but not strong. She’s a citrine, but not huge. And she has her beautiful blue tourmaline! She is magnificent in her energy and regal Old Soul presence! There are a few very little dings and a healed area where a student crystal was sheared off (she would otherwise have been a DT), but nothing detracting from her at all! I was so blown away by this Spirit – between the warmth and comfort of her citrine and the electric energy from the tourmaline, she is a very, very unusual crystal offering a variety of energies for her Keeper.
The citrine and tourmaline combine to make her a potent Third Eye stimulator … now citrine is generally more for the Solar Plexus, but I find this Spirit working in a different manner. We perceive things on many levels including the occult. These messages are often cloaked in mystery and difficult to decode, thus they are also often ignored. Her tabby nature ensures that her voice will be heard. Working with this Spirit can assist with the decoding and putting into physical expression so that you can communicate both to your Self and others exactly what you ‘see’. She is a Spirit for a Light Worker coming into their strength and ‘power’”, discovering all that is open to them now. She will bring a whole new meaning to your experiences and progress!
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Blue Tourmaline (Indicolite) in Opalescent, Pale Smoky Citrine Quartz