A note about spelling: we are talking about LemUrians, NOT LuMERians. I want to invite you to please be mindful of your pronunciation. Sorry to say, spelling still matters!
Wikipedia says "Lemuria is the name of a 'lost land' located either in the Indian or the Pacific Ocean, as postulated by a now-discredited 19th century scientific theory. The idea was then adopted by the occultists of the time and consequently has been incorporated into pop culture."
LEMURIAN QUARTZ CRYSTAL
From a New Age perspective "Healing Crystals For You" online, has this to say: "Lemurian quartz crystal is a type of crystal that is reputed to help you to retrieve information about the ancient civilization of Lemuria. So why do lightworkers find these crystals so fascinating? Lightworkers have received a lot of information, while using Lemurian crystals. What has been discovered by those using them, is that these crystals were left for us to use by a very advanced civilization. When you are using these stones, and you make a connection with them, you feel like you are being transported back to an ancient time. More and more of these crystals are being brought to light, and the need for the average person to use them is also becoming evident."
I like that last line. I like the idea of there being a growing need for more "average people" (as slightly condescending as that terminology may sound) to take up Power Stone Crystals like the Lemurians. But what are they really? Is it fair to say that this ancient civilization and their continent - for which there is no evidence, "dropped" these Crystals mostly in Brazil - which is across the world from where the reputed culture was purportedly located. It seems silly mostly because it is. I'm not interested in debunking anybody's theory, that's not what I'm trying to do here.
The name "Lemurian" has stuck. Regardless of the source, I'm here to demystify "what is a Lemurian Quartz crystal" techmically. I don't discount the fact that numerous light workers have gotten valuable information from these Crystals. While I question the source and logic behind the name and mythology, I embrace the awesomeness of the stones themselves, which are indeed unique.
CHANNEL STONES WITH A TWIST
As a Channel Stone - per my Ten Energy-Zone paradigm - clear Quartz in general transmits energy. Information is a form of Energy. And while I find a Selenite log somewhat generic in its transmission of energies, I find - with their infinite variety of morphology (shapes) - clear Quartz points tend to add a unique twist and element of personality to their conveyance of Energy.
In the case of Lemurian Quartz, the uniqueness is such that their identity - even to me, who's worked with Crystals for decades - is a bit of a mystery well worthy of respect. I have much to learn from them, and they have much to teach me. I will be devoting Meditation time - solo, and with groups - towards "cracking the mystery" (further) and arriving at a more advanced understanding "who they are and what they teach."
As you may know, I'm generally unwilling to take the word of others out there in the Crystal community (such as it does or doesn't provide any kind of unified voice). Everyone's got their own perspective - and since my information is independently sourced - I'd rather be patient and come up with my own theories as to what they're "really" about (instead of relying on what others say). I'm in no rush to have it all figured out. But I've figured out plenty, as you'll see.
WHAT LEMURIANS ARE
So if this blog is entitled "Demystifying Lemurian Quartz." What am I going to demystify for you, if not the history and meaning of these stones (at first)?
My goal is to demystify what they ARE - physically (technically) - by discussing their actual form. Later, at the end, I'll tell you what I call them too, and what "powers" I think they possess.
THE SHAM OF FAKE LEMURIANS
It irks me to no end that MANY people for YEARS (and still today) have been loose with the definition, selling anything and everything as "Lemurian Seed Crystal" to gullible buyers. This is almost as bad as selling baked Amethyst as "Citrine" (when it's not).
The SHAPE of Lemurians is what makes them Lemurians, to me. You can choose another definition at your own risk, if that's what you really want to do. I just think if we're gonna begin to focus on what they've to offer energetically, we ought to agree on what they actually look like.
Let's begin with the striations, you can also call it "laddering" on the sides. It's true that Lemurians generally have this feature. They're exaggeratedly raised in Lemurians, these striations - but Arkansas Quartz is also known for having lines that are pronounced enough that you can feel them with your fingers - so this alone is not a qualifying distinction.
The main difference in striations between Lemurian and Arkansas Quartz - and it's an important one - is that the Arkansas material has the same texture all the way around, but Lemurians often alternate: one side that's pronouncedly striated, followed by another that's water clear (and smooth), without any lines.
Another distinctive Lemurian quality is what I call "dolphining," where a side (usually just one) will ubruptly "duck down" like a bottlenose dolphin's head.
These are truly outstanding and unique features that most other Crystals lack (and may indeed be exclusive to Lemurians). I'm a big fan of this feature, and prize it when found.
PIN vs. TONGUE
To continue the siding conversation - which is one of the 2 most important qualifications for a Lemurian to be a Lemurian - I mentioned alternating, radically differently shaped sides.
One is what I all a "pin" side, because it's narrow and comes to a point; and the other (or the next) is what I call the "tongue side," because of it's being broad and flat. You can see in the two photos above - the one on the right is "showing its tongue" while the other on the left is showing its "pin" (the narrowing side reflecting the light most).
The photo above additionally reveals quite unique etching on the face of both Lemurians. It looks like a jagged tent Record Keeper. Record Keepers are more perfect triangles, raised or indented, on the surface of a Crystal (that are supposed to hold deep pockets of esoteric information). They are not common on Lemurians, so this is not a key defining feature.
In addition to the Pin vs. Tongue AND the alternate texturing on the sides of Lemurians - there is often a difference in translucency, with one side being frosty and ridged - and the next being smooth and totally translucent.
One of the most unique features of Lemurian Quartzes are the extra faces that appear as if shaved off the Crystal, just below the primary termination facets. This often adds something of a 7th face to the point, and in one case, I have two of them (leading to a total 8 facets!).
I could show you numerous other examples of this and all these distinctive features, but I chose to give you obvious examples, which you can then apply to your own research, finding extra faces like this on all kinds of Lemurians.
It's important to recognize that all these features I'm mentioning may occur in less pronounced ways, but that doesn't mean the stone is less of a Lemurian. It just makes it less of a "classic" Lemurian. Which can - but may not necessarily - reduce its collector or metaphysical value.
Note the piece to the above, which was showcasing the extra face feature. It also has a distinctively Lemurian elongated face - on which can be found 5 to 8 points - look for that as an added bonus of many Lemurians.
THREE SIDED CRYSTALS
This crystal - to the left - has the tiniest faceted point at the tippy top. Beneath, the sides reach right up to form the main structure of the point. Specifically, just 3 sides of the Crystal do that. The other 3 sides are non-existent or set back, and not "making it" all the way up to the top of the point.
Unlike any other type - when you see this structure, you needn't look any further for qualifiers - it's automatically a Lemurian - one of the rarest and most powerful types.
Moving away from the point and siding, let's take a trip down to the bottom of our Lemurians. They are often - better quality pieces in particular - so finely structured and gemmy that the fracture surfaces (where they are broken off) are soft to the touch, not rough, and not jagged enough to cut you...it's remarkable!
Not all Lemurians come from Brazil, though most of them do. You can find them from India, Madagascar, and Morocco (where they happen to be red).
They're all quite distant from one another, geographically, but if you learn what you need to know from this blog, you'll be able to pick them out easily.
In the image to the left - I have shown you 3 Moroccan iron coated Lemurians - and a Tangerine Aura (treated: essentially plated with precious metals).
To the right, you can see a large, river worn Lemurian from Madagascar. It's the only one I've ever seen! Because it's so rustic, it ends up costing relatively less, in spite of its size.
Next to their unusual siding, what makes Lemurians most distinctive, is how they come to a point.
I've likened it to a nuclear hazard sign - see how there are three faces that make up the point - and three recessed triangle faces set back "behind" those front faces.
The other type of termination structure that is particular to Lemurians, is as follows:
In this second type of occurance, you'll see the 3 smaller pyramids (or triangles) are meeting in the center, and the other 3 faces are narrow and elongated, stretching back to what amount to be 3 primary corners of the Crystal.
Here's the graphic I made (to the right) of the termination structure that you're seeing on the actual Crystal to the left. Part of what makes it so great, is that there is good symmetry all the way around, which is actually not that common.
Most Lemurians, literally, are not symmetrical. You don't have 6 perfect faces, of whichever shape, "stacked" around the point. The photo to the left demonstrates how this can look. It often gets a lot "worse" (or irregular) from there.
I do believe that the more symmetrical a point, the more perfectly it transmits Energy - and therefore - the more valuable (or "expensive") it may rightly become.
There's another way of understanding the way Energy passes through a Crystal, and that's based on the overall shape of the entire Crystal itself. This is particularly important in Lemurians. Because of the distinctiveness of their terminations, the body of the Crystal can either enhance or detract from the Energy flow through its point.
Take for example this enormous specimen to the right, which exemplifies alternate siding - frosty vs. clear - quite well. Notice also that it has an irregularly shaped "head" or point. That means that it won't be useful as a laser, for focusing energy in a specific direction. Rather, and especially because of its size, it's what I call a "place holder" - providing the general tone or Energy for an entire area - the way that "generators" do.
Generators are sometimes natural - in which case they generally lean off to one side, and are called more appropriately "Transmitters" (in that case). I haven't included any photos of Transmitters. This is not a common phenomenon among Lemurians, which tend to be more narrow. Naturally standing Lemurians are a particular prize (I've been lucky to have several).
Most generators are cut out of non-Lemurian material, and then polished. Which is what makes me so irate about fully cut-and-polished material - where you can't see any of the original facing - that is being sold (along with spheres, etc.) as Lemurian.
If the way a Lemurian is formed - the stuff of this entire Blog, matters, than disappearing that surfacing through the stone cutting and polishing process is essentially a disqualifier. Those types of shapes and styles (including spheres) - while they may have once been Lemurians - are now indistinguishable from other cut Quartz. And so - to my mind - they can no longer be fairly called Lemurians.
A true Lemurian generator is hard to find, and quite a catch. I bought a small stash of them some years ago, and they're really special (see photo to the left). Ultra-clear, they're a perfect blend of polishing, while allowing enough original facing to show through to prove that they're Lemurians.
Some people are phobic of polishing - I think it often allows the Energies to pass through more easily - or become more accessible to or "from the outside."
As it happens - and maybe because they're more prized and can fetch higher prices, per gram, than other Crystals - nearly all Lemurians (at least out of Brazil) have been "doctored." By that, I mean the termination faces have been polished. I don't have a photo that shows this clearly - the one above (to the right) approximates this comparison - but natural faces have texture and definition, some sort of patterning (even if not sensible to the touch). Polished faces tend to be slightly rounded at the sides, and lack any distinguishing visuals on the surface, they're like glass.
Buffing is a form of light polishing - in which there's no cutting - but the result is that any discolorations (and some of the natural texturing) on the surface get softened, not only visually, but to the touch.
Buffed Lemurians - which is the only type of Quartz I've seen treated in this way - feel like water on the surface, very flow'y and gentle on your hands (and eyes!).
For me, the feeling I get from them is like a fuzzy aura - they lose a little bit of their original essence, Energy, and personality (that they had before the treatment) - but the "loss" is not quite as "bad" as a total cut and polishing would effect.
Of course you can still identify them as Lemurian (from the remaining, visible features). And like the place holder generators, they impart a sort of Auric glow to what is around them. They're just not as focused - like a wand or laser - as they would be if they were natural (and had a more focused point).
THE POWER OF FORM & DIVERSITY
Have a look at this Crystal here to the left - you can see the point is well formed - and the Crystal is well formed behind it. This is a high powered "harmonic energy delivery system." It's all about directionality.
But that doesn't mean that Crystals like the more amorphous one above are lesser, or have no special place in the pantheon of useful Power Stones. You just have to know the power of form.
This entire Blog - almost more than any other I've written - is meant to convey to you the paramount significance of manifested Shape.
If you want an Entity Stone (a stone distinctive for being "occupied" by a particular Spirit) - you choose a distinctively formed Lemurian - it's like a Being, more than most Quartz. But if you want more of a less defined entity - more of an energy presence - then the "wonky point" or buffed, generator type Lemurians will serve better. Ultimately, you'll have to Meditate with the stone(s) you come across, and come to a oneness about what they mean for you (and which you want in your life).
I don't know about Lemuria, or these being "seed Crystals" - but I can tell when I'm with them - that they are indeed "Master Crystals"...very powerful presences in the mineral (and our metaphysical) world.
I don't like to anthropomorphize Crystals - call them "him" or "her" - or project certain human constructs onto them.
Yes, I have a whole paradigm that I've put forth about Crystals - some of that information has been inspired from irrational sources - and other knowledge is derived from a complex web of internal (and increasingly shared) logic.
I've had an uncanny vision of Lemurians being like the giant chess pieces in the first Harry Potter movie. They are like Watchers or Guardians. But their particular function and meaning varies from stone to stone though, they're not all the same.
I believe that most stones are "merely" raw energy, of whatever specific type of vibe their particular variety exudes. Some examples of this dynamic include Selenite and Lapis. Yes, each piece is different in how it expresses the variety's force, but (at the risk of regretting my saying this) a polished Selenite palm piece is the same as a Selenite wand, except for the shape, which modulates how that energy is delivered.
Some other types - Quartz in general and Lemurians in particular - have and exercise more "personality" than others. What sets them apart from each other is more than just differences in shape. Indeed each has it's own personality.
Personality is the unique capacity of the stone itself to have it's own impact, not just as a result of the type stone that it is, but because of the sense of self, or identity that it exudes.
These are heady concepts I've been exploring. I'll leave you with one more, the concept of the (a New Age term I recently heard) "Tantric Twin." Couple or twin stone Lemurians are different even from all the other types. Pictured to the right is a particularly stellar example - often the two points - coming out of a mostly single body. The romantic or shared destiny implied by this form is intensified by the fact that this one is also pink.
Pink in Quartz has a softer, Loving energy to it. Ultra-clear is easier to pass energy through than Cloudy. Smoky bring in a detoxifying Heart energy of Forgiveness. And I even have a light yellow Citrine Lemurian (one of a kind, as far as I can tell). Oh, and the Reds - they're firey, more Root energy - first or second chakra stones.
Again and again, the message here is: form matters.
Distinctions of Siding and Termination are essential in defining Lemurian Quartz.
If I haven't answered all your questions, feel free to write me, I'd love to expand this Blog with future educational edits.
Kyle Russell has been working with Crystals for over 30 years now - and has developed a prodigious knowledge of Crystals - from sheer experience and from "downloaded" inspiration. He buys and sells Crystals as well - doing lots of Mail Order - and also running a storefront near Boston (www.PortalCrystalGallery.com). Lemurians are one of his many specialties, but only a FEW of them are featured on his For Sale items site (www.PowerStoneCrystals.com). Write him: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com with any questions, and learn more from his over 100 videos, accessible through www.CrystalConcentrics.TV.
Hi Kyle, I came across this blog in search of more information on Lemurian seed crystals, the race, the language and all the myths surrounding them. I believe I purchased a Lemurian seed crystal last year or so at a psychic fair in Pennsylvania. I haven’t discerned much from the crystal, but that’s probably because I hadn’t worked with it…I’m wondering why-if this ancient root race even existed-would they store information inside the crystal and what kind of information is in there?
Excellent questions you ask – I tried to answer them, from my perspective – in the Blog itself. I’ll email you, and hope you sign up for our Newsletters, we do lots of online events, and have a huge number of informative videos available. Thanks for saying hi, Kyle here.
I’ very had most of these crystals all over my house for years…never thought about it, until now. Thanks for updating me. Yes and Hugh generators just came into my life 30 years ago! Carried them around with me 10000 miles while travelling to teach other metaphysical things to groups far and wide. Hello again my Lemurian friend. Laurel Ann
Question how do i Started my own business selling Quartz Crystal Sin my tone I want to do that country
I think we’ve spoken via email – basically you need to invest in your learning and in product – you could always hire me to consult with you. Email Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com to continue this dialog.
I was curious if you have any information regarding how the ridges formed? Is there a scientific explanation?
I actually looked it up online, and found a scholarly article obtusely explaining that variations in growth speed “oscillates” between faces of the crystals while they’re forming, resulting in striations (of various kinds) in Quartz, Tourmaline, and Pyrite. My other (earlier) response was going to be – “everything has a scientific explanation” – but of course we know that’s not true. MANY phenomena are unexplained and un-reproducible, in any scientific or experimental manner. As far as I’m concerned – vis a vis this special occurrence in Quartz – I’m perfectly happy to remain in the dark as to the WHY. I’m satisfied with the fact THAT it happens – and with knowing in which types it happens – in this case, Lemurian, Arkansas, and Colombians are known for being striated. I hope that helps, and that you’ll have a look at our online store and event offerings, right here on CrystalConcentrics.com. Peace, Kyle Russell
Thank you SO much for sharing your in-depth knowledge on Lemurian quartz. It is amazing. Really appreciate. I here have one more question to consult: I wonder if two points/terminations though identifiably have grown from the same one base but the sizes are not comparable–like one is smaller/thinner/shorter, plus, they’re some tiny baby crystals that are attached to one side of the base, can such a specimen be also called “tantric twin”?? Or it would be more of like mother-child, inner child, or mentor formation? Hopefully, I wouldn’t make my description even more abstract. Thank you very much once again!
Hi there Ivy, and thanks so much for Commenting, I’m glad you enjoyed my Blog (and I hope you’ll check out my videos, Subscribe to the CrystalConcentrics channel, over on YouTube). I’m trying to imagine the Crystal you’ve described, it does NOT sound like a Tantric twin, and we don’t even know if it’s a Lemurian. But you can always send me pix to Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com and I’ll be happy to weigh in further, once I can actually see them.
Hello, tell me please, can you buy the Lemurian crystal that you used in your photo?
I liked your crystal very much, I?m looking for a similar one everywhere, and not in one country in the world, I can?t even find one similar to it.
So, your email address is quite strange: z625963z at Gmail, looks like a spam account. If you’re for real, I have Lemurians posted in this same site’s online store, and you have easy ways to contact me (instead of through a Comment), I’ll await your communication. Please introduce yourself properly, where you’re from, etc. Thanks, Kyle.
Thanks for posting. I prefer your blog already. I too am somewhat frustrated by seeing ppl go on about these stones, and then watch ppl spend all kinds of money on them, only to discover, they’re not real.
I recently purchased a group of five Lemurian Crystals. They’re definitely nothing special, they were pretty inexpensive, but as soon as I opened the bag, I felt awash with a very soothing but ancient energy. I was so thrilled. I presume they’re real, (I have roughly ten years exploring), and they’re definitely different than my regular quartz.
So again thanks for your blog. I’m excited…
Glad you enjoyed the Blog – I have a comparable one due out about Citrine – you should check out my Podcasts too. I’m glad your Lemurians are resonating with you. Also, please consider my book, it’s a comprehensive resource, check it out here: https://crystalconcentrics.com/book-landing-page/ (KYLE)
One of my very first stones was a lemurian pendant with a dab of red at the bottom point. Over the years, the amount of red at the bottom point seems to wax and wane . . . sometimes there is more of it; sometimes less. And some of the faces seem to be covered in a dull soft beige texture. It started with just one facet having it — now there are three surfaces covered in it. And there are a number of horizontal lines across the front “panel”. I have an extensive collection of crystals, but this first purchase is the only one that seems to morph on its own. What would cause it to do this? And is there any particular “meaning” to it?
I have heard of Crystals changing in this and other ways – has never happened for/to me – so I have no personal experience with this dynamic, and have often questioned whether it’s people’s memory that’s changing (rather than the stone). But I’m happy to take your word for it. As for meaning, obviously there’s a transformation afoot, and that has its reasons. It is for you to determine those reasons and make sense of the shifts. There’s no way that given the number of spontaneous changes people have reported in their crystals over the years, that one dynamic or ‘reason’ could be behind all of them. It’s something that is unique to you and your life (and it’s life, that of the crystal itself). Could be it’s going through its own changes, which have nothing to do with you. You’re just a supportive witness. I hope that helps your thinking about this, and that you’ll Subscribe if you haven’t (I’ll add you too, as we have an important newsletter coming out tonight): http://CrystalConcentrics.com/Subscribe/. You can always also write me: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com.
Spelling does matter……noticed some typos in your blog.
Absolutely Georgia (is it?) – I hate typos, so I’m glad you caught them – could you let me know what they are so I can make the necessary corrections! You could also email me: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com, and perhaps Subscribe (if you haven’t): http://CrystalConcentrics.com/Subscribe/. When I get a chance, I’ll go through myself, to try to root out those typos. THANKS, Kyle.
Hi Mr. Russell, thank you for this information! It was illuminating. I?ve been looking to purchase a Lemurian Seed Crystal for some time, and I?ve run into quite a few on Etsy. It?s just so confusing to know if it is indeed authentic, or a non-Lemurian quartz variety. Any tips on how I can discern a real one, that is decently priced, since I?ll be purchasing on Etsy with only pictures to discern from? Any advice would be helpful. Thank you!
Hi SJ (Sherley?),
I’m glad you’ve enjoyed my Blog on Lemurian crystals, I hope you’ll Subscribe here to get our newsletters: http://CrystalConcentrics.com/Subscribe/
Of course I’d prefer if you buy from me – I have a number of Lemurians for sale here on my site – https://crystalconcentrics.com/product-category/stones/quartz-varieties/lemurian-quartz/
I actually have DOZENS more Lemurians for you to choose from, in a range of price points, you can approach me on our Quality Custom Crystal Mail Order service (my email’s below).
My tips are all included my blog, though I am available as a consultant in case you need my services personally, to help determine which would be the best pieces to purchase from me or otherwise.
You can email me directly: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com, and I’ll email you as well, with a copy of what I’ve said here.
Thanks so much for writing such a great blog on this! I recently purchased a Lemurian ?wand? as it was sold to me. I?m fairly new to working with crystals and while I don?t doubt the authenticity of the crystal based on your description, I?m wondering at the formation of mine and wether it is suited to being a wand. To my eye it looks like it?s been broken during extraction With one half sheared off. It also looks fractured To me in places like a piece of glass where the crack hasn?t yet gone the whole way through. It definitely comes to a point (I count 4 facets to the point). Has a milky base and the rest is pretty clear.
Just wondering if my vague description sounds like something that can occur naturally during formation with Lemurians? And also if it does sound to you to be fractured/ not complete do you think it could function well as a wand?
I?ll need to spend some time with it I think, but would be interested in your experiences with this crystal.
What YOU experience and believe possible with your own pieces is the most important determinant of what they can do for you. That being said, it’s possible that the damage to the point could impair its functioning as a wand. Also, it’s unclear to me whether indeed it’s a Lemurian at all. SO many pieces are being sold falsely as Lemurian when they’re not. For me to answer both your questions, I recommend emailing me directly: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com.
I was informed to sleep with my pink Lemurian crystals and they did exactly what was intended. I’ve experienced ancient knowledge and learned xenoglossy from it. Not joking.
That’s great – perhaps you can explain xenoglossy to us – I’m glad the Lemurians have hit the spot. I hope you’ve Subscribed for my newsletters. Always lots of things happening. Email Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com with any questions.
Hi Kyle – great information, thank you.
Glad you enjoyed it – try to check out my other blogs and so many videos – stay tuned for more! Kyle
Kyle I recently came across your site and I have been exploring your blog and learning
much. I just wanted to tell you that I am grateful for people like you. Sharing your passions and helping others on their personal quests. There is much about your site that I really like, but the biggest thing…….VERY MUCH WORTH MENTION….. You take the time to respond to everyone that leaves a comment. You don’t just rush with the answer either, you listen to their comment and then you give an authentic educated answer, some are quite large. This takes a lot of time and effort and I do not know if you have been acknowledged for this dedication, but I wanted to let you know that we appreciate you.
Hi Terri – great to hear from you – and thanks so much for the acknowledgement. It’s true – I’m passionate about the Crystals – and about teaching folks what I know, as well as engaging their questions and curiosity (thoroughly, as you note). Feel free anytime to Comment like this, or write me directly: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com. I hope you’ll get my book: Crystal Energy, due out mid-June 2021.
I bought a Lemurian crystal recently. I was and have been careful with it so as not to clear information that it holds.
I had one slip up and left it close to a selenite crystal. Do you know if the selenite would wipe out all the information that is held in the Lemurians crystal?
Hi Cynthia – and thanks so much for your thoughtful question – I can understand where you’re coming from, but advise that you not be self critical, you’re doing your best! The real issue is not casual contact with other crystals, particularly Selenite, which is pretty harmless. The issue – and I’m glad you share my concern about this – is people’s willful intrusion on the inner world of their crystals, through clearing, cleansing, and programming. I imagine you’ve seen my videos about that, and I hope you’ll have a look at my book that is now out, here’s more about that: https://crystalconcentrics.com/book-landing-page/
I appreciate your Comment, feel free to chime in anytime – remember, we also sell crystals – my email is Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com.
Hi Kyle ….got your email reply
Thanks so much for writing me back here on my site, to give us a chance to share more knowledge with our visitors. You’d sent me a photo of a wonderfully sceptered double terminated crystal. I determined that it’s not Lemurian for the following reasons. While it has cool, ridged and tapered siding, the sides don’t have the alternate irregularity of the Lemurians. The photo you shared of the termination looks unique, but it does not have the tell-tale “radioactive” symbol like Lemurian points do. There’s no extra face, and it looks totally different from the key Lemurians from around the world. Hope that helps you and others determine whether what they have are Lemurians or not. Kyle
thank you so much for your information on these beautiful stones!
I have been sold a Pink Lemurian Quartz and couldn’t be happier with the outcome. I have recently been through my second spiritual awakening and have come to the understanding and acceptance that I am a Lemurian from the Lemurian Age. I am so glad that I get the chance to work with these crystals, as Lemuria holds such a special place in my heart and soul.
once again, thank you for this post.
love and light.
Although I don’t personally connect with the Lemurian culture and mythology, I’m glad that you do, and that you’ve been blessed with not one – but 2 spiritual awakenings – may your enlightenment unfold with ever more wonders and joy. Peace and Perseverance, Kyle
So if there is a lesser Lemurian, you are saying that the metaphysical properties are not as strong? How does that happen, as I haven’t heard of that before? I’m very interested to know! I’m no expert like you by any means, but I have worked with crystals for years, and with my sensitivities, I find that all crystals even in the same family have different personalities and vibrations. Do you find that to be true? I’m in search of the near-perfect lemurian and I found your write-up on it so informative! It now frustrates me to see people selling what they think is a lemurian now that I have the knowledge. They aren’t cheap either! I have a few, but when I sized them up to your article, some fall shy of the specifications of a ‘true lemurian’. The ones I own have some intense vibration on them, so I can only imagine how intense a true lemurian possesses! I just got your book today, so I’m looking forward to reading it!
YOU: So if there is a lesser Lemurian, you are saying that the metaphysical properties are not as strong? How does that happen, as I haven’t heard of that before? I’m very interested to know!
ME: I haven’t read my blog in awhile, so I’m not sure exactly what you mean by “lesser Lemurian.” Generally, they either ARE or the’re NOT Lemurians. But perhaps what this term can refer to is that there are more perfect, better examples of Lemurians than others. These perfect Lemurians check all the boxes I’ve stated are needed to qualification, and they do it particularly well. Which means they will be the best able at carrying Lemurian energy, vs. Lesser Lemurians. Or quartzes that simply don’t quality – which may have many other wonderful qualities – but being Lemurian is not one of them. Please Reply with another Comment if I haven’t thoroughly answered your question here.
YOU: I’m no expert like you by any means, but I have worked with crystals for years, and with my sensitivities, I find that all crystals even in the same family have different personalities and vibrations. Do you find that to be true?
ME: I agree – that is part of why Quartzes (clear, in particular) – are in the Channel Energy Zone. In any case, each point – because of its unique form – has a different personality and vibration, as you have observed.
YOU: I’m in search of the near-perfect lemurian and I found your write-up on it so informative! It now frustrates me to see people selling what they think is a lemurian now that I have the knowledge. They aren’t cheap either! I have a few, but when I sized them up to your article, some fall shy of the specifications of a ‘true lemurian’. The ones I own have some intense vibration on them, so I can only imagine how intense a true lemurian possesses! I just got your book today, so I’m looking forward to reading it!
ME: I’m so glad you’ve gotten my book – I have a huge selection of Lemurians for sale – perhaps you’ll consider buying one from me?! Thanks so much for your insightful comment, feel free any time to return with more questions! Blessings, Kyle (Crystal Concentrics).
Thanks for the extra information! I have noticed with the 4 lemurians i have, they have a flat tip, and form that almost vampire coffin type shape that slopes to the tip. How can you tell if a crystal has been cut?
To answer your last sentence / question: “How can you tell if a crystal has been cut?” All you need is any light source – bring that face into position, such that the light is reflecting (not glaring) towards you and your eyes – all you want is to get a good and focused look at the face. Does it have any texture, lines or whatnot, that would suggest it’s natural. Is it totally uniform, smooth – does it bend at all towards the edges – those would be indicators that it’s been polished. Hope that helps! Remember, you can always email me: Kyle@CrystalConcentrics.com with questions. And please Subscribe both here on this site – for our newsletters – and on YouTube: @CrytalConcentrics (same as my TikTok & Instagram handles, where I post 1-2 videos daily).
THANK YOU. INTERESTING INFORMATION.
Thanks for Commenting – I’d love to know what resonated for you – or felt informative? Kyle