Illuminating the Blessings!
Sulphur is a magical substance. It is a stone of Alchemy. Its colour is vibrant and it's scent distinctive. How special it is to find sulphur held within the crystalline windows of Quartz Crystal. From there, it's tone is softened as well as it's essence. It is a wonderful way to co-create with this being. The tone of this crystal is especially subtle, looking more like clear Quartz but I assure you that there is nothing subtle about the power of their energy. From among all the crystals in a warehouse full of stones, a small group of Sulphur in Quartz sparkled most brightly. Perhaps there is a reason the tone of these stone beings is barely perceptible. I believe it has something to do with their message. They have been singing a song of ... Illuminating the Blessings. They help us to see the hidden blessings in our lives. They reveal divine providence where we see chance or even misfortune. This gift that the Sulphur in Quartz crystals offer is quite extraordinary. It is one that can change your life. Rainbow garbed faes dance near the top of this crystalline guardian. This one is a dolphin crystal and a transmitter crystal.
He is Harkt
Sulphur vibrates to the number 7, Astrological sign of Leo. Sulphur is negatively electrified, assisting one in the removal of negative willfulness and in the elimination of distracting intellectual thoughts and emotions. It can discourage negativity within ones environment. Sulphur tends to promote an abundance of energy and flashes of inspiration. It helps us come to the realization of the perfection of the self and can help "melt" the barriers blocking ones progress. Sulphur has been used by the South American and Mexican Indians in ceremonial healings. It is said to bring together the synthesis of the four directions, mother earth and father sky. The Ancient nomadic tribes of North America used it in its crushed state as an offering to the four cardinal directions so that both darkness would be dissipated and corruption would be cleansed from the earth. It was known to the Ancients and was referred to as Brimstone in the Old Testament. Sulphur is a very soft mineral. It melts easily and burns producing sulphur dioxide gas. This ancient Egyptians were aware of this and used the mineral as a disinfectant and for bleaching textiles. The Romans used it in the preparation of medicines. It is now used in the production of sulphuric acid, a chemical utilized in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
This Sulphur in Quartz Crystal is approx. 1-1/2" x 3/4"