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Trademarked Crystals

Trademarked Crystals

Trademarked crystals are accompanied by a descriptive “Certificate of Authenticity” which guarantees that the buyer has purchased that specifically named crystal.

Below is a list of many of the Trademarked Crystals with a brief description as to their more widely known crystal name and country of origin, if known. They are listed in alphabetical order according to their trademarked name. I will add link to my website as soon as I manage to source them.

Many of these crystals can be found in Robbert Simmons books.

A-Z of Trademarked Crystals

Agni Gold Danburite – Yellow Danburite from southern Africa

Agnitite (now know as Pink Fire Azeztulite) – Quartz with streaks of red Hematite from African coastal island

Albatine Aragonite – White Aragonite

Amazez – Banded White Quartz and Purple Amethyst from an African coastal island

Anandalite – Quartz displaying Rainbow Flashes possibly due to the presence of Rhodium from India

Angel Aura Anandalite – Angel Aura coated Anandalite

Angelinite – White Quartz, and other minerals from Vermont USA

Astaraline (very similar to Lithium Light) – Muscovite, Quartz and Cronstedite from Rocky Mountains USA

Azeztulite – Quartz from Vermont and North Carolina USA

“Azozeo” – Term given to a variety of crystals that have been “super-activated” under an Azeztulite and Phenacite filled pyramid which is sited at the centre of a large labyrinth which is composed of White Azeztulite, Clear Satyaloka Azeztulite, Himalaya Gold Azeztulite, Sanda Rosa Azeztulite and Rosophia.

Azumar – Quartz, Kaolinite and trace minerals from Arizona USA

Black Azeztulite – Quartz and Black Calcite from Vermont USA

Black Strongstone – Black Quartz from Mexico

Black Tourmaline Azeztulite – White Azeztulite and Black Tourmaline from USA

Blue-Green Azeztulite  -  USA's Pacific Northwest

Blue Liberite – Feldspar, Iron Oxides, Magnetite, Clinozoisite and Leucozene from Brazil

Boji Stones (that come with a Boji Birth Certificate) – Concretion stones containing Pyrite, Palladium, various minerals and fossils from Colorado USA

Circle Stone – Flint from crop circles in England

Cinnazez – Cinnabar in Quartz from New Zealand

Creation Stone Agate – Agate nodules from Agate Creek Australia

Crimson Cuprite – Vivid Crimson Red form of Cuprite from Mexico

Deva Quartz – Green phantoms of Celadonite in Quartz

Elestial Angel Calcite aka Elestial Calcite or White Moldavite – Calcite from deserts of south western USA

Elestial Selenite – Selenite from Mexico

Empowerite – Petrified Chert from New Zealand

Genesis Jasper – Hematite, Magnetite and Jasper from desert areas in the west of USA

Green Angel Dreamstone – Hedenbergite included Quartz from Inner Mongolia

Golden Azeztulite – Gold/Tan/Milky/Quartz from North Carolina USA

Golden Coracalcite – Crystals/coral from Caribbean islands

Guardianite (formally Guardian Stone)- Combination of Aegirine, Analcime Apatite, Biotite, Feldspar, Nepheline, Olivine and Riebeckite/Arfvedsonite from Oregon USA

Healerite – Possible form of Chrysotile from northwestern USA

Healers Gold – Combination of Magnetite and Pyrite from USA

Heartenite – Phyllosilicate mineral containing Magnesium, Iron, Nickel, Manganese, Aluminium, and Zinc

Himalaya Gold Azeztulite – Yellow/Gold Quartz from Himalaya Mountains

Himalaya Red/Gold Azeztulite – Red/Yellow/Gold Quartz from Himalaya Mountains

Himalaya Red/Azeztulite – Red Quartz from Himalaya Mountains

Honey and Cream Azeztulite – Gold/Cream Quartz from New Zealand

Inkalite – Quartz with inclusions of Chlorite, Agate or Amethyst from Peru

Illuminite – White Calcite and Black Quartz from Vermont USA

Isis Calcite – White Calcite from Sahara Desert

Kaurilite – Semi-fossilized resin from the Kauri trees found in New Zealand

Lemurian Aquatine Calcite – Blue/Green Calcite from Argentina

Lemurian Gold Azeztulite – Quartz based stone from a volcanic region of New Zealand

Lemurian Indigo Calcite – Deep Blue Calcite from Argentina

Lemurian Light Crystals – Very clear Lemurian Quartz from Brazil

Lemurian Gold Opal – Yellow/Gold Opal from island in Indian Ocean

Lithium Light – Lepidolite, Quartz and Cronstedite from Colorado USA

Magnifier Quartz – Quartz from Madagascar

Mani Stone – Black and White Jasper from Southwestern USA

Master Shamanite – Black Calcite. Carbon Calcite trace minerals and very small Fossils from Rocky Mountains USA

Merkabite Calcite – White Calcite from plains of Kansas USA

Moldau Quartz aka Moldavite Quartz – Quartz from the Moldavite strewn fields in the Czech Republic

Moonlight Agate – Agate from New Zealand

Mystic Merlinite – Feldspar, Quartz and trace minerals from island in Indian Ocean

New Zealand Dragon Egg – Schist containing Quartz, Albite Mica and trace minerals from south island of New Zealand

New Zealand White Azeztulite -  Quartz based mineral found only in a remote mountain ​​​​area of New Zealand.

Purple Angeline – Combination of Amethyst, Cacoxenite and Smokey Quartz

Rathbunite – Type of Jasper

Red Fire Azeztulite – Red Quartz based mineral from New Zealand

Redwood Opal – Opal from Mexico

Revelation Stone – Jasper from New Zealand

Rhodazez aka Pink Azeztulite – Energetic hybrid blend of Quartz and Rhodochrosite from northern Rocky Mountains USA

Rosophia – Feldspar and Quartz from Rocky Mountains USA

Sanda Rosa Azeztulite Quartz – Green/Black Mica and Spessartine-Almandine Garnet from North Carolina USA

Sauralite Azeztulite – Quartz from New Zealand

Satyaloka Quartz now known as Satyaloka Azeztulite or Satyaloka Clear Azeztulite – Quartz from the area around the Satya Loka monastery in southern India

Satyaloka Rose Azeztulite – Salmon/Red Quartz from Satya Loka region in southern India

Satyaloka Yellow Azeztulite – Yellow Quartz from Satya Loka region in southern India

Saty Mani Quartz – Quartz from Southern India

Sedona Azeztulite – White Quartz and red, iron rich rock found in Sedona USA

Sedonalite – Concretions from Sedona Arizona, USA

Spiralite – Gemshells Shells and crystals from India

Synergite – Containing Quartz, Amethyst, Smokey Quartz, Cacoxenite, Goethite, Lepidochrosite and Rutile

Terralunimite – White Quartz, Black Biotite and Feldspar from northeastern USA

Transmutite – Petrified wood from Nevada USA

Trulite Silica – Quartz based mineral from Southern Africa

Victorite – Spinel, Biotite and Quartz from southern India

Violet Flame Opal – White streaked Purple/Violet coloured Opal from Mexico

Vitalite – Combination stone with white Quartz, red Piemontite and black Biotite from New Zealand

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