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    aqua quartz crystal

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    Aqua aura quartz crystal

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  • Perspicacity Party

    Aqua Aura Quartz: a calming stone with powerful healing and energy amplifying properties that enhances communication and spiritual connection. ‪#‎perspicacityparty‬ ‪#‎magicgeodes‬ ‪#‎quartz‬ #aquaaura

  • Rachel Coleman

    Can anyone identify this mineral?

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