“What could be heavier and more impenetrable than a rock, the densest of all forms? And yet some rocks undergo a change in their molecular structure, turn into crystals, and so become transparent to the light. Some carbons, under inconceivable heat and pressure, turn into diamonds, and some heavy minerals into other precious stones.” --Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth



<3 Elongated scalenohedral transparent red Rhodochrosite Crystal from Hotazel Mine, South Africa

ocean jasper

Emerald Green Druzy Dioptase Crystals on matrix ❦ CRYSTALS ❦ semi precious stones ❦

Geode; amethyst + citron?

Topaz with lepidolite And I quote: Most topaz come from pegmatites. This large crystal capped with lepidolite is naturally blue. This is rare in nature, however, and most blue topaz is man-made by irradiating and heating colorless or yellow-brown topaz. The chemical composition of topaz is Al2 SiO4(F,OH)2.

Spessartine, Quartz (Var: Smoky Quartz) - - Archived Wushan // Spessartine Mine, Tongbei, Yunxiao Co., Zhangzhou Prefecture, Fujian Province, China


Natural crystal forms of Gold

large amethyst geode

Formations from Brazil

crystal tower

Euclase from Lost Hope Mine, Mwami, Karoi District, Zimbabwe

Topaz blue gem crystal / Xanda mine, Minas Gerais, Brazil

crystal world

Luna Blue's Silver Filigree Crystal Energy by LunaBlueBoutique, $118.00

Carminite crystals with Gartrellite

the largest known crystals on earth. Crystal Cave of the Giants, Chihuahua, Mexico