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In ancient times, rock crystal was believed to be ice that never melted. The Greek word for crystal, krystallos, means ice. In Rome, the belief that quartz was permanently frozen ice inspired the Romans to carve spheres or rings out of quartz to give a “cooling” effect during warm months. Much work was done on colours and prisms, thanks to Sir Isaac Newton and a natural quartz crystal. He discovered that refracting sunlight through the quartz allowed him to study the colours of the rainbow in great detail. Also, quartz is piezoelectric and pyroelectric, which means it can turn pressure or heat into electromagnetic energy. It is used today in all sorts of functions, such as watches, microphones, computer chips and other electronic circuitry.
The tree is seen as a sacred symbol, which carries significant meanings in both religious and spiritual philosophies. While the Tree of Life symbolizes many different things, there are some common themes that the symbol represents within multiple cultures. The Tree of Life commonly represents the interconnectedness of everything in the universe. It symbolizes togetherness and serves as a reminder that you are never alone or isolated, but rather that you are connected to the world. The roots of the Tree of Life dig deep and spread into the earth, thereby accepting nourishment from Mother Earth and its branches reach up into the sky, accepting energy from the sun and moon.
Disclaimer: all of our crystals are ethically sourced, they are fully cleansed with white sage, we infuse them with reiki and they are played over powerful and high vibrational mantras before dispatch. Please note that all crystals, minerals, rock and fossils are a natural product from mother earth and are rarely perfect, this means that we try to capture as many angles on our products as possible.