Amethyst - Geode 'Eight'

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Amethyst -  Geode 'Eight'
Amethyst geode from Minas Gerias, Brazil, a natural shape of the figure 'eight'

size 14.8 cm tall x 12.5 cm wide, 
weight 1094g



 

Amethyst is a lovely crystal used calm and relax the body and mind while lifting ones spirit enabling the enjoyment of everyday life.  It clears and stabilises ones Aura, working with the Crown and Third Eye Chakra's, changing lower energies into higher frequencies of both spiritual and ethereal levels, assisting in decision making and being more focused. 


A very protective crystal giving protection from negative vibrations or psychic attacks, you can also place a piece of Amethyst next to electronic equipment such as televisions or computers etc to block / absorb electromagnetic stress.  

 


Amethyst is a member of the Quartz family, a group, of silicates in a Trigonal system, chemical composition (SiO2) Silicon Dioxide, with the hardness of 7.  Manganese within the crystal produces Amethysts purple colour, the amount of Iron in the stone determines how dark or light the individual crystals’ colours will be.


Locations found :- Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, India, Europe, Russia, Sri Lanka, East Africa, Brazil, Mexico, USA and Canada.



Geodes can occur in both sedimentary and volcanic rocks. Geodes are essentially hollow masses of mineral matter that may have formed from either of two different processes: 

-By the filling gas bubbles in volcanic to sub-volcanic rocks by minerals deposited from hydrothermal fluids.  

-By the dissolution of sedimentary concretions within the rock formations these can partial fill with the same or other minerals precipitated from chemical changes occurring during the conversion of sediment to sedimentary rock.   

Geodes commonly have a chalcedony shell lined internally by various minerals, often as crystals, particularly Calcite, Pyrite, Kaolinite, Sphalerite, Millerite, Barite, Celestite, Dolomite, Limonite, Smithsonite, Opal, Chalcedony.  Quartz and Amethyst are by far the most common and abundant minerals found in geodes.






 

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