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Crystals, gems and essences are merely aids in the process--nothing more." -Michael Gienger, Crystal Power, Crystal Healing.

Crystals are alive and work as agents for our greater good. Crystals and gemstones operate on a energetic frequency and mineral properties. All Crystals are minerals but not all minerals are crystals. Minerals are derived from various life sources such as sea vegetables, vegetables, fruits, metals, grains and the alchemy of life within the ground (decomposed and alive), just to name a few.

Crystals are simply tools we can use, and should never become a substitute for one's own creativity and problem-solving abilities. It is a tool to assist one in self discovery, self empowerment and assistance with restoring the body, mind and soul to a healthy state of Being.


Crystals have been known to awaken, activate and transform spiritual abilities. Crystals are used in many modern technologies and are widely used to facilitate energetic equipment from hospitals to NASSA.

Crystals are a growing self-realization and empowerment tool;  from forms such as ice, snowflakes and salt to being used for protection, make-up and water purification systems  to  ancestors, angels and ET connections, crystals have attracted their way back into the people's hands and playing their parts to restore harmony in various forms upon this planet.

Most people ask, what is the difference between crystals and gemstones?

They both operate from pure energy and yet have different ways of operating from their pure energy based on their compositional compound, will determine the color, structure, weight, Mohs Scale index ( how soft or strong the structure of the crystal is), energy frequency and abilities.


The easiest answer that I use to remember what's the difference is all crystals has a repeating crystalline molecular pattern and gemstones doesn't.

In basic terms,  A gem can be a crystal, while a crystal cannot be called as a gem.


Gemstones are mostly cut, polished and used in jewelry and other decorative pieces. Whereas, crystals are pure substances whose atoms, molecules, or ions are arranged in an ordered pattern, where they extend in all three spatial dimensions. As such, crystals can be used in a wide rage of applications from healing services and tools, jewelry, scientific purposes and more.  Crystals are less expensive compared to gemstones.

What are Gemstones?

Gemstones are naturally occurring rare pieces of minerals within the planet and some crystals can be mimic and created by man.

Not all gems are minerals, such as lapis lazuli, a rock, and amber or jet, which are organic materials. A gemstone can also be known as precious or semi-precious stones.

Precious stones include diamonds, emerald, ruby and sapphire, while the rest are qualified as semi-precious stones.

Gemstones are classified by their color, translucency and hardness. Gems can also come with mineral bases like diamonds or rubies and with organic bases like amber.

The price of the gemstones depends on the rarity, color, composition, hardness and cut.

What are Crystals?

A crystal is a solid material whose constituent atoms, molecules, or ions are arranged in an ordered pattern extending in all three spatial dimensions. The process of crystal formation via mechanisms of crystal growth is called crystallization or solidification.

Crystal symmetry requires that the unit cells stack perfectly with no gaps.

Crystals are classified as Hexagonal, cubic, orthorhombic, tetragonal, rhombohedral, and monoclinic shapes.

Crystals are light in color and are mostly translucent. The color of crystal is determined by the light passing through it.

Not all crystals need to be in solid formation, where water freezing also begins with small ice crystals that grow.


Enjoy the benefits of working with Mother Earth's beautiful gifts that are external manifestations of that perfection which is already within us.


Look into yourself, go within, and know that the answers are always there.


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