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Quartz (Cathedral Geyser) encrusted point Milky Quartz, leaning generator/transmitter Quartz (Milky) votive candle holder
Very fine point (actually, a whole family of points, due to its Cathedral nature). Note the encrustation of what seem to be little Spharelite nodules, and the almost green tip at the bottom. Rare for many reasons, including what I call "geysering" - which is when the Crystal starts small - and then grows wider towards the tip. Magnificent example of Milky Quartz, a Generator, AND a Transmitter...all in one...with a very cool skinny crystal coming off the bottom. The bottom is shown in the last photo. Very nice white, milky color (and texture) all around. Special piece!
Amethyst (Chevron) #5 '6-sided' Amethyst (Chevron) 4 'peach cap' Milky Quartz pyramid (medium)
All point faces defined, but matt, and with 3 sporting some yellow'ish rust color. Mostly purple body with larger milky white band in the middle. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst. 4 relatively well defined point-faces, actual point chipped underneath, to reveal deep purple inside. Bottom is good purple cross section. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst. Three inches across on any of its bases, and nearly 2 inches tall, this is a good sized pyramid - milky but translucent - especially along the base (which is unusual, usually it's the opposite). Prize piece!
Amethyst (Chevron) 3 'two zone' Quartz (flaring cathedral) DT Amethyst (Chevron) 1 'buttressed cathedral point'
Three point faces partially defined & two good purple zones, kind of wide'ish/flattish. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because their white zones are indeed...slightly translucent...and very comforting energetically, in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst. This exquisite double terminated cathedral wand has a well formed, translucent milky point at one end (the 'fatter' side), and a fine sceptered point on the other end (but on that side, there is exposed a greenish, semi-crystallized core that looks like Spharelite). Very fascinating! The most interestingly formed point, it has 5 semi-defined sub-points branching off the main one. I've characterized these stones as Milky (energetically important) because of their white zones (heart chakra), in combination with the purple spirit energy of the dark Amethyst (Source chakras).
Crystal Skull in Milky/clear Quartz
More clear than it would seem - this milky Quartz skull is actually kind of banded (the light passes through it that way, as you turn it) - and is ultimately a gift from the "other side" to this side.