I have been a customer of KSC Crystals on and off for several years and I have always found Keith to be very, very helpful. This purchase was no exception. I'm so fascinated by crsytals and their healing properties and wanted to create a grid for a specific reason. Keith rang me to discuss my needs before choosing some wonderful crystals on my behalf. His customer service is second to none.
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As always, the crystals received were stunning I LOVE Dragon's Blood and highly recommend it. KSC is also GREAT at sending some as a gift Who wouldn't love receiving crystals in the mail And again, as always....a lovey crystal as a gift Thank you KSC....I recommend you often to friends and clients
This example is from Mexico
Weigh 12.7 grams
Measure approx 40mm x 20mm x 10mm
Turquoise is considered to be a bridge between Heaven/Sky and Earth, grounding us while still remaining open to Spirit. Many Native American cultures believe Turquoise helps to connect the mind to the infinite possibilities of the Universe, and Turquoise is considered sacred in many Chinese cultures as well.
Turquoise is a strengthening and purifying stone, protecting against environmental pollutants, and is especially good for Sagittarius. Tumbled Turquoise is great for working with the Throat Chakra, to foster honest and clear communication from the heart, and with water and air elements. Enhancing intuition, Turquoise also eases communication between the physical and spiritual realms. Use Turquoise to release old vows, express freely, and ease nerves when speaking in public.
Turquoise has been a prized gem in Mexico for a very long time, probably longer than can be documented. For example, a Teotihuacan mask that might date back as far as 300 A.D. has been unearthed. The Toltec civilization is known to have traded turquoise with northern civilizations in the 8th Century. When the Toltec civilization died out, only to be replaced by the Aztecs, turquoise gained even greater prominence. One of the most stunning pieces in Montezuma's famed treasure (now in British museum) includes a carved serpent that is decorated with turquoise tiles.