This is a 3.8 oz, 3” by 1.6” by 1.3” amethyst cluster from the Anahi Mine in Bolivia with well-slanted contact area base. Bolivian amethyst is premier in color and energy intensity and hers is concentrated in her terminations and is so intense that it was hard to properly photograph. She bears the classic amethyst phantoms and she is one main crystal with students gathered around her but not like a typical lightbrary. Her faces are beautifully glyphed and her sides show the typical deep glyphs of the Andromeda starbrary! There are some tiny dings, but nothing of significance … her information is full and ready for that Star Seed who has looked up into the night sky and wondered just where home really is … she is perfect for an altar, grids or meditation!
Starbraries are recognized by the presence of these glyph-like markings, symbols and geometric patterns plus usually a doorway or key. By aligning fingers with the sides or any keys, you can unlock different layers, depending on orientation. Companion crystals are important - they either come with the crystal (purchased with or given with) or appear shortly thereafter. They don't have to be quartz, but work with the main crystal to unlock different layers or even gain access to the crystal itself. All Starbraries work like that - the companions facilitate access, although it's possible to gain access just from the Starbrary itself.
All of the Starbrary formations hold information of peoples who had a positive influence on human growth and evolution. The records were left here so that in the event of catastrophe, there would be a permanent record to help Earth rebuild. Starbraries were placed in many locations so the records could be accessed by peoples all over the world. There are sets of crystals - like chapters or series. When one comes to you, all of a sudden, you will find many more. It is important to ask the order to read them. Her phantom, being bi-color, reminds the Star Seed that their star legacy is always present and may be recalled as needed and applied to this time.
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Well-Glyphed Andromeda Starbrary Bolivian Amethyst Cluster