Large Multiple Point Scepter
Large multiple point scepter crystal is a win for any crystal lovers collection. This is a large and spectacular scepter with three parallel growth Herkimer Diamonds sitting on top of a substantial, lustrous black stem. Both the stem and crystal surfaces are clean and shiny, making for a rare and beautiful example of a Treasure Mountain Diamond Mine multiple crystal scepter.
Large multiple point scepter crystal measures 50.03 x 48.15 item J13
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What is A Scepter healing crystal
Herkimer Diamond Scepter crystal is a naturally formed crystal. This rare crystal belongs to the quartz family. Furthermore Scepter crystals can have a unique clarity that almost looks like water. The crystal actually looks like a ruler’s scepter, with a rod at the base as well as a crown-like configuration on the top. In the case of Herkimer Diamond scepters the rod is a solidified hydrocarbon surrounded by quartz crystal.
Metaphysical qualities of a scepter
Scepter crystal is a powerful focusing tool and therefore it concentrates and intensifies energy and intention. It helps one to achieve a particular goal especially related to the Path of Spirit and as a result strengthens and magnifies energy. Herkimer diamond scepter is a rare healing crystal. It will release blockages in the Luminous Body. Most of all it allows the body to process, heal and transform.
About Treasure Mountain Diamond Mine
We now own three different Herkimer Diamond properties in New York. One of these properties is the world famous Treasure Mountain Diamond Mine in Little Falls where we find beautiful scepters as well as skeletals. Recently we acquired 58 acres directly to the north and across the Mohawk River. Both properties have extremely high quality and classic Herkimer Diamonds. Finally, we own 160 acres in Fonda, which is producing amazing skeletal crystals in addition to drusy specimens. We always mine in an ecologically sound manner and all of our United States mines are, of course, conflict free. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.