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What is a Devic Temple Crystal?

Today I wanted to talk about a type of quartz called a Devic Temple. What are they? What is the description of a Devic Temple? How do you know if your crystal is a Devic Temple?

FIRST, WHAT IS A DEVIC TEMPLE?

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RAINBOWS IN CRYSTALS - IS THERE A SPIRIT KEEPER?

Recently I wrote a post about Rainbows in crystals (you will find that here). In it, I talked about a line I once read in a book about Rainbows in crystals being "a gift from the Spirit Keeper of the crystal”. The saying led me down a path and it made the other blog post too long, so I separated it out here so we could delve a little deeper.

WHAT ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF A "SPIRIT KEEPER" IN CRYSTAL?

RAINBOW CRYSTALThe "Spirit Keeper" description of rainbows in crystals seemed to imply that there is an individual guardian of the crystal. There is a guardian of sorts - but not in such a direct, literal way which our mind as humans might visualize. To me a Keeper seems to imply a entity other than the one being "kept".

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RAINBOWS IN CRYSTALS - WHAT ARE THEY !?

If you've ever had the opportunity to see Rainbows in a crystal, it is a beautiful thing!

You might have exclaimed "Wow! Rainbows in crystals!" and wondered "what are they and how do I work with them!?"

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  • Ben Gruagach
    Ben Gruagach says #
    It's important to note too that when buying crystals, ones with very overt rainbow sheens on them, often called "Aura" crystals, a
  • Genn John
    Genn John says #
    Thanks for your comment, Ben! You're absolutely right! Most crystals with the rainbow/iridescent sheen have been treated to look t

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RAINBOWS - Hope and Optimism

Continuing on with our discussion of the different named configurations in quartz crystals, Rainbows in crystals is the topic this week.

Rainbows may be present inside a crystal due to fractures or on the internal wall of two connected crystals. Some of the fractures are what I call Mirror Fractures; they look like mirrors and sometimes are called Wall crystals. I did a whole blog post on Mirror Fractures and Fairy Frost (both of which are often accompanied by Rainbows). (Click this link to revisit the blog post on Mirror Fractures and Fairy Frost. ) Following is a paraphrased portion of that blog post, describing Mirror Fractures.

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