This is a long 10.8 oz hematite-stained and included red quartz wand, 5.6” by 1.6” by 1.15”. She is from a pocket discovered in Madagascar and was originally named ‘flower’ quartz, not from how the crystals grew in a flower-like arrangement, but because of how the hematite formed and deposited, creating simply astounding patterns of ferns, feathers, flowers or leaves. I have named these “Asian Watercolor quartz” because of the way the patterns resemble precisely that. This one is has three hematite coated sides that remind me a bit of the Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Quartz, all elestial with a large key obliquely diagonal showing her true inner clarity. Her ‘flower’ patterning is seen by backlighting her to see a while new world emerge. You get an idea from looking at the photos, but in person, there is so much more to see in her intricacy. As you stare into her, there are hundreds of interpretations – leaves, landscape, faces, storms, Spirit Beings … the backlighting exposes the full effect and I rather imagine that she is depicting some imperial painting incorporating all those things. There are some very tiny, odd dings that do not impair her beauty or energy in the least.
I am struck by the contrasts of her sides and the beauty that lights up as you really investigate her in depth. She has a heady crystalline musk that rises as you just hold her in your hand, activated by your own warmth and energy. She is an Earth Messenger, connecting vibrations of all who hold the Earth sacred with those who seek to help and return Her Spirit to times when all life was considered precious. She is an Earth Shaman ready to work with a Keeper of like leanings. Store her tucked in a bed of sage and cedar. She has much to offer to an open heart …
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Intricate Artistry Asian Watercolor Quartz Wand – Madagascar