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Nice bowl of carnelian filled with beta quarz
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Nice bowl of carnelian filled with beta quarz

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Carnelian is a variety of quartz and a sub-variety of chalcedony, it can be cloudy as well as translucent. Carnelian can have different shades from yellow to brown, orange or deep red. Carnelian is also called blood agate

For happiness and healing

Traditionally, agate and carnelian were worn as a lucky stone or for healing. For example, many amulets and necklaces have been made of agate and carnelian, but also consumer items such as buttons.

Effect of carnelian

Carnelian heals the aura and frees you from stress. This stone makes you happy and gives you energy.

Quartz after beta quartz

Beta quartz can only exist at temperatures above 573 ° C and thereby forms a beautiful symmetrical hexagonal crystal structure. Beta quartz is not stable at room temperature and then decays back to quartz. These crystals are actually quartz crystals after they have been beta quartz crystals. In doing so, they have retained the typical beta quartz shape.

High quartz

Beta quartz is also known as 'high quartz' and can form both left and right turned crystals. These crystals were found in the Indonesian west Java where they were able to grow under high temperatures in a volcanic area. The double pyramid shape is typical for these crystals.

Meditation stone

Beta quartz is very suitable for meditation purposes. It provides deep insights and answers to hidden questions. Beta quartz can also support in understanding dreams and provide access to answers to the inner questions.

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