In Hindu mythology, Indra is revered as the king of the gods and the lord of thunder and rain. Indra, who embodies power, strength, and the ability to control natural forces, one might draw parallels to the energetic qualities attributed to crystals.
Arkansas Diamonds are known for their clarity and transparency. These clear or white crystals shine strongly because they have a high refractive index. Their smooth, crystalline quality makes them popular for jewelry. Crystals that are octahedral or cubic have a clear geometric design that adds to their beauty.
This phyllosilicate mineral forms in sheets or layers that make up the balls or spherical shapes that we call Gyrolite. It is found in combination with other crystals, such as Quartz, Calcite, or other minerals of the Zeolite family that it is a part of.
Shattuckite is a rare Copper Silicate Hydroxide crystal discovered in 1915 in the Shattuck Mines in Bisbee, Arizona, hence its name, Shattuck Stone. It is a communication stone often believed to aid in clarity and truth.
Lodalite is a naturally occurring fusion of Clear Quartz with organic matter, so it’s called Inclusion Quartz or Lodalite Quartz. It refers to Quartz crystals with intermediate minerals as inclusions. They may be small, medium, or large.
A Diamond is a polymorph of carbon formed through crystallization under high pressure and extreme heat about 110 miles beneath the Earth. It is the hardest natural stone, often called Adamantine and Gleaming Ice.
Unlike most crystals that take millions of years, Fulgurite forms literally, lightning-fast, or instantaneously. It’s a natural glass formed by lightning striking surfaces with sand, clay, rock, minerals, or other sediments.