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Himalayan quartz Isis Twin group

When I first saw this piece I thought that it was a giant Herkimer diamond as its light is bright and sparkly as a Herkimer. It is though a Himalayan quartz group with a twinned crystal and an Isis face entwined. Running through many of the points (of which there are five) are Lemurian striations.

Himalayan quartz has a highly refined energy with a bright radiance. It is hand mined high up in the Himalayas.

An Isis crystal is identified by its five sided face on its apex. The Isis crystal is what is known as a master crystal. The symbolism of an Isis crystal is its ability to help us restore and gather any fragmented aspects of our being. The obvious usage of an Isis is when it can be used for Soul retrieval.An Isis crystal can assist us in overcoming obstacles and challenges. This beautiful master crystal gives strength and courage to overcome all adversities.

The following is an extract taken from Crystal Oversoul New Earth Attunements which describes part of the Isis attunement “Oh child of the universe you have overcome insurmountable adversity to be here - you have mastered the qualities of patience and perseverance. What was invisible to you will now become visible - what was unseen will become seen. Unfold your radiance star child, another fragment of your light-body has been brought home to you. You are ready to explore the New Earth” As these words explode within our consciousness we know them to be true. We stand absorbing the consequence of what we have just heard and felt - knowing that we are more complete than we have ever been"

Twin crystals offer us a balancing of our male and female polarities bringing us into union with the self, so that we have no desire to search for another to make us whole. It teaches us that we are already whole and complete and from that point we can create new maps of love and identity. They are rare and occur when two points form as one.

Measures 8.5" wide by 9.25" in height. Probably one of the highest grade Himalayan quartz groups on the market.

Hindus regard Himalayas as an abode of God Shiva and hence is regarded very sacred. Ancient Hindu scripture, Rig Veda, has referred to Himalaya as a deity. It is believed that a sage from India through meditation saw the image of Himalaya ranges in the stomach of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.