From Santander, Colombia, this listing is for a lemurian quartz. Very clear, this lemurian has the requisite ascension lines of a lemurian and has a very classic shape. This little lemurian does not have the frosty appearance often associated with them, and there is a key along one side, running from base to 3/4 of the way up.
The moment of change is the only poem. -Adrienne Rich
Lemurians and Sacred Geometry: Six-angled, six-sided and six-pointed forms of nature include: quartz crystals; the benzene ring, a basic structure in organic chemistry, and one of the basic building blocks of organic structures of nature, composed of a hexagonal configuration of six hydrogen and six carbon atoms; the hexagonal web of cellulose found in plant tissue; the hexagonal net of cells that form the tissue in the human lung; snowflakes; slices of carrot and green pepper; and honeycombs.
Lemurian Crystals are found in a bed of sand, unattached to clusters which is the normal way quartz points are found. Unusual as this is, the appearance of these crystals is even more striking. Sometimes, they are not shiny and have a frosted appearance, and many have a pink or orange glow. The striations, which to some observers have the appearance of being lasered onto the crystals, contain knowledge. Some ways to work with them are to hold one of the striated sides of the crystal to the third eye. Another is to rub the index finger of your non-dominant hand over the ridges.
L 2 7/8 inches