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- Portable Reference Guide for Crystal Healing
- Covers 200 major stones.
- New Age/ Personal Growth book.
- Brand new book in shrink wrap
- Limited Edition sold by I Dig Crystals
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is a witch, feminist, and senior lecturer at the University of Central Lanashire, England. She has written extensively on her subjects, and appears often on British radio to discuss the beneficial effects of witchraft.
Top Customer Reviews
Also, I think it should have been mentioned that some of the "new crystals" are really new marketing names for minerals that have long been known and actually have little value. "Azeztulite" is simply opaque white quartz. Angelite is simply blue anhydrite.
I can take no issue with the uses and attributes ascribed to the crystals because the author states on the last page that her knowledge of the crystals is mostly intuitive and is based on 30 years of experience. That much experience must have led her to a great understanding of the crystals and their powers.
I also found the photos to be excellent allowing the book to serve as a great visual reference.
I would hope that the next edition would have some of the factual information reviewed and corrected. This would make the book much more valuable as a reference.
I bought this book while I was on vacation this week and desperate for something to read, and I'm sorry I spent the $$ on it. Not only have I always loved and collected stones, I have an Earth Science degree specializing in Mineralology, Crystalography, and Paleontology. I have a very extensive library on stones, ranging from the complicated reference tomes to magical properties. I didn't care for the statements without explanations or the failure to include alternate names, and many of the properties just didn't jive with my personal experiences or what's "known". That's no big deal--each person can have a different experience with or reaction to a stone. What really turned me off from the book were the blatant errors in fact. Just one (1) mistake out of many was the statement that star sapphires have five points. The star in a sapphire (or other stones) is caused by very fine inclusions of fibers or needles crossing (asterism), and the points only occur in even numbers. There were numerous technical errors similar to that, which make me think it wasn't just a typo. The only decent thing about the book was some of the pictures, but you can get that in any good mineralology reference book, and those sometimes have good folklore info also. I can't give even the pictures a full thumbs-up because I'm suspicious of a few. There are MUCH better books out there. I was not impressed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Crystals can be pretty enigmatic by nature. If you want to have a more concrete and objective way at looking at them, this is the guide for you.Published 2 days ago by Gary Giacoma
New to crystal but have always be curious and found this information to be interesting and educational. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Midori
This is a great book that identifies most gems. It has great pictures and is detailed.Published 9 days ago by Wil Pharaoh