Myth of the Crystal Skulls
Skulls made from minerals and rock are known as 'crystal skulls' or 'skulls'. The origins go back to the quartz and rock crystal cut skulls that appeared in the second half of the 19th century. There are said to be 13 of these copies in the world that were manufactured centuries ago. There are various theories about its origin. Since these discoveries, the cut and polished stones in the shape of a human skull have become extremely popular.
Traveler or traveller
Traveler skulls (travellers) have a longer occiput than regular skulls. This gives them an alien-like appearance. Its shape is reminiscent of a comet that can travel through the universe. Due to their appearance, the travelers lie comfortably in the hand and are perfectly suitable for meditation, healing and energetic work.
Tiger's eye is a quartz variant, the stone is yellow-brown to brown and often striped. This tiger eye comes from South Africa where tiger eye was discovered around 1886 when people were looking for gold and diamonds. The name tiger's eye owes the stone to its light reflection, which is reminiscent of a tiger's eye. This light effect has chatoyeren or cat's eye effect. Tiger's eye is used to relieve headaches or migraines by massaging both temples in a circular manner with the stone. Tiger's eye helps achieve goals. The stone provides decisiveness, perseverance and balance.
Picking out skulls
Crystal skulls are mainly selected by feeling. Is there a skull on this page where you immediately think: Yes, that is nice. Then this skull suits you.