Tsukuyomi is a significant deity in Japanese mythology, often associated with the moon. In Shinto belief, Tsukuyomi is considered one of the three most powerful gods, along with Amaterasu, the sun goddess, and Susanoo, the god of storms and the sea. Tsukuyomi's name translates to "moon reading" or "moon god," reflecting his close connection to the lunar cycle. Crystals are often associated with purity, clarity, and illumination. They are believed to possess metaphysical properties and energies that can enhance spiritual growth and healing. Similarly, Tsukuyomi's domain, the moon, has long been associated with light, reflection, and mystery. The moon's soft, silvery glow symbolizes serenity and enlightenment, qualities that are also often attributed to crystals.
Feldspar is a silicate mineral and compound making up 60% of the Earth’s crust. They’re found in many colors, shapes, formations, and 40+ varieties around the globe.