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Crystal - Wikipedia


A crystal or crystalline solid is a solid material whose constituents are arranged in a highly ordered microscopic structure, forming a crystal lattice that extends in all directions. In addition, m...

History of Crystals and Healing - Crystal Age


Introduction. It is fair to say that as long as we have existed as a species, we have had an affinity with stones and crystals. The use of talismans and amulets ...

Crystals 101: A Brief History - Michelle Phan – Michelle Phan


Jan 28, 2015 ... Crystals have played a huge part in many cultures throughout history, and have had some unique uses that seem a little out there to those of us ...

Early historical notes about crystals and crystallography


Probably the first historical references to the use of crystals come from the Ancient Sumerians (4th millennium BC), who included crystals in magic formulas.

How Ancient Cultures Used Healing Crystals and Stones


Nov 9, 2014 ... Ancient Egyptians: One of the biggest historical proponents of healing crystals, the Egyptians buried their dead with quartz upon the forehead.

Brief History of Crystals - Beyond the Rainbow


A history of the use of crystals throughout human history.

Crystals - Ancient-Wisdom


Crystals: The prehistoric fascination with crystals. ... 8,000 to 7,000 BC - Crystal Spear-tips, France - On display in the Sion History Museum, France (6). 6,000 BC  ...

Crystal Healing: Stone-Cold Facts About Gemstone Treatments


Jan 20, 2015 ... Crystal healing is an alternative medical technique in which crystals and ... Many sites promoting crystal healing allege that the history of this ...

The history of Crystals - Crystal Therapy


The power of the crystals is not something that is just now being researched. It is not a new age fashion. It is perhaps one of the most ancient forms of treatment, ...

The Crystal Healing Shop –History of Crystals - The Crystal Healing ...


History records the use of Crystals as both functional and ornamental. The Gods of ancient myth wore them in their breastplates. Priests of many societies and ...