Quartz Crystal Silver Celtic Cross Pendant Necklace
I attached an antiqued silver Celtic Cross to a natural carved quartz crystal point. This comes with a 24 inch antiqued silver plated chain. The quartz has small natural inclusions.
The cross is an ancient symbol. It is often seen as the representation of the four elements, the four cardinal points, or the four parts of a human being - mind, body, soul and heart. It is also said to denote the union of the divine world (vertical bar) with the earthly world (horizontal bar). The Celtic cross combines the simple crossed bars with a circle, the universal symbol for the sun. This combination was used as early as the 8th century.
Quartz has been used since prehistoric times as an adornment and a ritual tool in Europe and the Middle East, and also ancient America. It was most often used for different types of jewelry and carvings, including engraved gems and rock crystal vessels.
Quartz has been identified in Australian Aboriginal mythology and also Native American lore. It has been found in burial chambers in many European locations, including Newgrange and Carrowmore in Ireland. The Irish word for quartz is grian cloch, which means stone of the sun.
Quartz amplifies and directs energy and builds energy pathways. It can strengthen the energies of anything it is put with, and can be used to channel energy and send it out to other stones. The resonating quality is the reason that quartz was originally used in radios and other transmitters, and manufactured crystals are still used in electronic devices today.
Stones listed as natural, raw, or rough may have some imperfections and inclusions. Be sure to check all photos, including the zoom feature, for details about a particular stone. Please see photo with ruler for size. Colors may vary with individual monitors.
Many stones are susceptible to fading, and they should be kept out of direct sunlight. Do not use hot water or salt water to clean them. Stone properties and descriptions are for informational purposes only and do not offer any guaranteed outcomes. Also, they are not intended as a substitute for medical care.
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