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Amethyst with Rockcrystal & "Golden healer" skull.

Amethyst with Rockcrystal & "Golden healer" skull.

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Amethyst with Rockcrystal & "Golden healer" skull.

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Top piece of work with super fine details.

Dimensions

70 x 95 x 60mm

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The crystal skulls are from quartz or rock crystal faceted artwork in the shape of human skulls. This appeared in the second half of the nineteenth century and were originally assigned to various precolumbiaansebeschavingen. Research in the last decade of the twentieth century, among other things with the aid of a scanning tunneling microscope showed that in each case a number of these skulls are counterfeits. These are made with grinding tools which until the second half of the nineteenth century developed werden.Er is a strong presumption that produced some of the crystal skulls were commissioned by the French dealer Eugène Boban and sold by him. One of the most famous skulls is the Mitchell-Hedges skull. This would have been found by the British adventurer FA Mitchell-Hedges in a space under the ruins of Lubaantun in Belize. Later he appeared to have this skull bought privately in the London auction house Sotheby's. His wife gave as his reason that he gave the skull just as collateral to someone and it had repurchased through Sotheby's. After the death of Anna Mitchell-Hedges, the skull came into the possession of Bill Homann. In the nineties it became clear that the Mitchell-Hedges skull was a fake. In the meantime, the necessary hypes and legends formed around the crystal skulls. Their so-called site they'd centuries ago by the Mayans, the Aztecs or even 0udere precolumbiaansse civilization were manufactured. Would have these psychic abilities and would never right may look in the eyes. According to another legend, they would have an extraterrestrial origin. There would find thirteen of on earth. Once reunited, they would share their knowledge with humanity. Even now play the skulls still has a role in some of the New Age community.

In fiction:
• In the movie Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull from 2008 all the above legends are combined.
• The hidden crystal, a book by Manda Scott, is about the crystal skulls and the 2012 phenomenon of the Maya.
• In the 21st episode of season 3 of the science fiction series Stargate SG-1 2000 (Crystal Skull) Daniel Jackson disappears when he looks into a crystal skull.

• The Assassin's Creed series refers to the skulls, where the ancient artifacts with mysterious powers.

Gemstone skulls. Gemstone skulls are already popular and mysterious to many cultures since many decades. The skulls have a very different meaning. Celtic skulls symbolize Time, Strength, creation, initiation and concentration. Celtic culture believes the skull is a seat of power and strength. Some texts refer to the cranium as the seat of the soul. Archaeological findings tell us that the ancient Celts skulls sacrificed to holy wells. The skull is universally recognized as the symbol of life and death. More recently, the skull linked to death and embracing our mortality. In ancient times, the skull was sometimes for life. Skulls and skeletons are the symbol for the Mexican holiday, the day of death. The skull and crossbones is a popular symbol for pirates and poison. Some healers use skulls to see visions of the past, present and future. including rose quartz, rock crystal, rhodonite, aventurine and hematite.


The skuls mystery

Amethyst is a violet variety of the mineral quartz (SiO2) and is the most sought after stone from the quartz group. Etymology: The name comes from the Greek αμεθυστoς (amethystos). Amethyst was already known to the Egyptians, Etruscans and Romans, and Pliny the Elder amethyst already described. In ancient China, were cut out of amethyst little gems. In the Middle Ages amethyst also highly valued in Europe. He was named bishop stone, because it used to be a popular gemstone for dignitaries, and he would possess magical powers. It was the symbol of lovers stone of temperance, protector against sorcery and witchcraft. By Jacob van Maerlant is found the statement that the stone intoxication dissipates. It has been assumed that the Greek name "against the intoxication" would mean: a wine that is drunk from a cup made of amethyst, one could not be drunk. Genesis: Metamorfieten, hydrothermal, alluvial deposits. The crystals grow ever on a base, the prisms are often poorly developed and therefore dominate the crystal spiers spit amethyst; Here is also the color most powerful. These sections are being dusted off, ie, aborted for further use. By burning at a temperature of between 470 and 750 degrees arise light yellow, reddish-brown, green or colorless varieties. There are amethysts which gradually fade in daylight. With radium is to restore the original color. The color is caused by iron in combination with ionizing radiation. In artificial light amethyst less attractive. Occur as early as the Middle Ages, Brazil boasted its deposits of amethyst, they are among others won in Bahia, Minas Gerais and Mato Grosso. Recently in Bolivia won the so-called ametrine, an amethyst-citrine, with alternate violet and yellow colors, but the transition between the colors is sharply limited. Amethyst are also known in the United States, nl.in Montana, Maine, Georgia and Arizona. In Canada, Mexico, Bolivia, India, Myanmar, Japan, China and Korea, and Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Congo and Australia are also major producers. In Russia amethyst as found in the Urals, Yakutsk and on the Kola Peninsula. Amethysts are also found in Armenia, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Switzerland and Ireland. Amethyst is rarely more pure crystals. The British Museum is a unique polished stone of 343 carats. Other smaller stones weigh less; They usually come from Brazil. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC owns even a cut amethyst from Brazil of 1362 carats and one from North Carolina from 202.5 carats. Amethysts were often used in state jewels like the scepter of Catherine the Great and the scepter of the British Crown.

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