A sweet Starbrary cluster.
This Starbrary quartz weighs 35g and measures 37 x 7 x 41mm
Since my last batch of Starbraries, many of you know that my supply to these amazing pieces had been scuppered by greedy corporates, if you’re interested in reading more about that, have a look here
My supplier was just as sad as I was about this and he’s gone out of his way to try and acquire some more, these Starbraries are part of a very small batch that we managed to get hold of. They’re super rare and sell out very quickly. Some of them are crystal clear, like water, 100% optical and some have lovely etchings, glyphs and markings.
They’ve been sourced by myself and my lovely Brazilian friend, they come from the Serra do Cabral mountain range. This is said to be the original source of the first-ever Lemurian seed crystals. Finding Starbrary optical Quartz is like finding the end of a rainbow!
Starbrary optical quartz is up there with the Columbians (in terms of clarity and purity). Optical Quartz is so mind-blowingly beautiful that whenever I find any, I sit in awe for hours and hours, even with the smallest little bit. The vibe is super high, the energy is clean and pure and they quite literally give me goosebumps from head to toe! Although related to the Lemurians, their energy and vibration is totally something else.
Starbrays have etchings, record keepers and interesting glyph markings all over. They get their name from the appearance of falling stars or meteor showers that show their markings on the crystal. They’re very interesting! They have a super high vibe.
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