There are no words to describe my excitement about the content contained within this blog. Misinformation about the reaction between water and crystals has spread like wildfire through social media. Poorly researched content is easily accessible and unfortunately, uncovering the facts when it comes to something as complex as aqueous geochemistry is more than your average content creator can be expected to undertake. That is why I have teamed up with geologist Fred Krone of Northern Maine Minerals to shed some light on the topic of crystals and water.
Investing in a crystal collection doesn't come cheap. The last thing a buyer wants to hear is that they paid for a scam. Staying educated on how to identify the genuine crystals is key to avoiding fakes and frauds that attempt to infiltrate our beautiful industry.
Part one in a series on fakes, frauds, and treatments used on gemstones, crystals and minerals. Part one covers an assortment of common treatments and part two will include details about which stones these treatments are used on and how to spot frauds.
How did these unique quartz crystals get linked to the lost civilization of Lemuria? How do you tell the difference between quartz and Lemurian quartz? Is there really an otherworldly connection we can make through crystals? These answers and more in the conclusion of our 3 part Lemurian blog series.
Little Lemuria is a Wisconsin-based shop run by Jessy and Doug Watson. We love searching out incredible crystals, mineral specimens, and carvings that bring endless joy, awe, and inspiration to our customers!