The Encyclopedia of Crystals
Author: Judy Hall
Paperback: 288 pages
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 9.4 x 0.9 inches
Organized by crystal color, HallÆs (The Crystal Bible) comprehensive guide provides valuable information on nearly 1000 existing and newly discovered stones, their fluorescent properties, and their mineral content. In the instructive foreword, she describes the eight fundamental crystal structures, historical uses, and elemental formation. She also gives directions for activating crystalsÆ cleansing and healing properties and discusses their relationship to chakras. Five hundred gorgeous, sensuously colored photographs accompany the entries. Because the book addresses subjects relevant to both scientific interest and alternative therapy, it is highly recommended for collections focusing on geology or holistic therapies.
The ultimate guide to crystals and how to use them!
In The Encyclopedia of Crystals, Judy Hall draws on over 30 years\' experience of working with crystals to provide the definitive reference. Lavishly illustrated, featuring newly discovered stones and providing new materials on geology and fluorescent properties, this is an essential addition to the libraries of everyone working with crystals. Organized by crystal color for easy reference, this gorgeous guide relates the colors of crystals to the chakras, tells readers how to cleanse and activate them, and provides helpful, authoritative advice on healing with crystals.