Treasure Mountain Diamond Scepter
Treasure Mountain Diamond Scepter is stunning. This is another very attractive scepter from Treasure Mountain with fascinating and beautiful skeletal features on the main termination face. The cap crystal is very large and the stem itself is jet black. The termination is virtually perfect and all the crystal faces are lustrous.
Treasure Mountain Diamond Scepter measures 5.5 cm x 3.5 cm x 3 cm
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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 including a rod at the base as well as a crown-like configuration on the top. In the case of this Herkimer Diamond scepter the rod is a solidified hydrocarbon surrounded by quartz crystal.
Metaphysical qualities of a scepter
Scepter crystal is a powerful focusing tool. Used to concentrate and therefore intensifies energy and intention. It can be used to achieve a particular goal, especially related to the Path of Spirit. The capacity of Scepter Quartz is to strengthen and magnify energy therefore this Herkimer diamond scepter is a rare healing crystal. It will release blockages in the Luminous Body. Most of all, allowing the body to process heal and transformation.
About Treasure Mountain Diamond Mine
We now own three different Herkimer Diamond properties in New York including especially relevant is the world famous Treasure Mountain Diamond Mine in Little Falls where we find beautiful scepters and skeletals. We just acquired 58 acres directly to the north and across the Mohawk River. Both properties also have extremely high quality 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.
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About Herkimer Diamonds
As is the case for any natural crystal a coincidence of appropriate condition are responsible for the growth of Herkimer Diamonds. First of all the environment must provide a crucible for the crystals to form in. In addition the elements for the crystal’s formation must be present and in a state of free dissociation. Like common table salt in water the constituent elements must be moving freely within the crucible. Conditions must then occur which allow these elements to come back together in a regular geometric pattern. Electrostatic forces at the atomic level create this pattern Atoms in this state act like little magnets and, like the north and south poles in magnets, they can only attach to each other in ways that are specifically dictated by these forces. It is as a result of these forces Herkimer Diamonds have their beautiful geometry.
The host rock for Herkimer Diamonds is the Cambrian-age, Little Falls Dolostone. Little Falls Dolostone is about 500 million years old. Herkimer Diamonds form in the cavities within the dolostone. These cavities are frequently lined with drusy quartz crystals and often have a coating of tarry hydrocarbon.