Natural Citrine Lemurian Phantom
This Natural Citrine Lemurian Phantom is a breathtaking crystal that is as rare as it is beautiful. This stunning piece features a natural Citrine Lemurian crystal, which is a type of crystal with unique natural grooves and striations that are believed to have been created by the ancient civilization of Lemuria.
According to legend, the Lemurians were highly advanced beings who possessed advanced knowledge and technology that allowed them to create these unique crystals. It is said that the Lemurians programmed the crystals with messages of peace, love, and spiritual awakening and that the striations act as a sort of “record” of this information, which can be accessed by those who are open to receiving it. The exact process by which the striations were created remains a mystery, but they are considered to be one of the most distinctive features of Lemurian crystals.
The inclusion of a Smoky Quartz Phantom at the point of the crystal adds another layer of depth and complexity to this already exceptional piece.
Natural Citrine is a rare and highly valued form of quartz, and its subtle yellow hue is associated with joy, prosperity, and abundance. This crystal is a perfect choice for anyone looking to add a unique and powerful piece to their collection.
Manifestation, personal will, mental clarity, creativity
Chakras: Base, sacral, solar plexus
Zodiac Signs: Cancer, Leo, Gemini, Aries, Libra
Wedding Anniversary: 11th and 13th year
Citrine Crystal Healing Properties
Citrine is thought to be a great manifester. It is believed to help clear and activate the lower chakras, the powerful points in our energy system for manifestation and creation work. Also, this crystal helps us maintain direction and overcome obstacles.
Similarly, it may assist with setting proper emotional boundaries and clearly maintaining them. In addition, many find this crystal has a joyful, playful energy that can bring light and optimism.
History and Uses
The name Citrine, comes from the French word citron meaning lemon. It was used as a gemstone in Greek jewellery as long ago as 300BC. This crystal varies in colour from the deep amber of heat treated Amethyst, to the pale yellows and browns of the natural variety.
Citrine is a member of the quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. Its yellow colouring comes from the inclusion of iron in the quartz.
Natural Citrine is mostly a pale yellow colour, while the darker, more orange specimens are often heat treated Amethyst. The latter is the most widely found and popular type of Citrine. Deposits are found in Brazil, Africa, Madagascar, Spain, Russia, France, Scotland and the USA.
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