Azeztulite (SiOz) is a type of quartz with many variations. It is known in the metaphysical world as a stone of light and communication and a catalyst of inter-dimensional travel. Azeztulite is believed to carry powerful energies that initiate transformation in people, especially spiritual transformation.
More on the crystal's properties, history, and metaphysical properties below.
The Physical Properties of Azeztulite
Azeztulite is often clear or white, although it can also be yellow, pink, green, or blue-green. It has a unique waxy feel to it and contains microscopic bubbles trapped inside its body. As a quartz crystal, it has a hardness rating of 7 and a glass-like appearance.
Despite being durable, azeztulite is also a brittle mineral. When subjected to impact or pressure, it forms conchoidal fractures. This explains the presence of cracks or grooves on the surface of the crystal.
The History of Azeztulite
Azeztulite was first discovered in North Carolina in 1970. It was found in a depleted beryllium mine and was initially thought of as quartz. The white mineral didn't have a name then until the specimens were sent to Robert Simmons, a crystal enthusiast and owner of Heaven and Earth Minerals and Jewelry.
Upon seeing the crystal in 1991, Simmons described azeztulite as the chunky and clunky-looking variety of quartz. He felt an entirely different sensation upon touching it for the first time.
…it was capable of giving me head-to-toe goose bumps, lighting my upper chakras up like a pinball machine, and touching my heart with a tenderness that brought forth tears. No other quartz I had touched before, or since, could affect me so strongly.
Simmons' friend, psychic Nashia Aihsan, predicted that he would receive a powerful stone that he was to name azeztulite (derived from the spiritual beings called Azez). Nashia said the stone would have high vibrations and frequency and that it would be of an important use to light workers. It is believed to help its user achieve a higher level of functioning at a rapid rate.
The Lore of Azeztulite
Azeztulite is said to alleviate the health condition of people diagnosed with cancer. It may also be beneficial for those with chronic illnesses. This effect is attributed to the potent healing energies of the crystal that boost a person's will and desire to live and fulfill their purpose. An insistent motivation to survive through their illness emboldens the sick to be healed.
This quartz variety is also believed to speed up the healing of physical wounds as it stimulates cell regeneration and reduces inflammation.
The Metaphysical Properties of Azeztulite
Wearing and meditating with azeztulite has a wide range of benefits, especially in the areas of wealth and relationships.
It will direct you to potential earning opportunities and even provide you with wisdom to pursue these avenues. This is a great stone for entrepreneurs as azeztulite empowers its user to continuously learn, achieve, and succeed. Use this stone to gain clarity with your life's purpose, or if you're confused or uncertain with a specific aspect in your life (e.g., career, vocation, relationships, etc.)
In the love and romance department, azeztulite frees people from old mindsets, attitudes, and behaviours that prevent them from successfully navigating a relationship. The rich healing energy of azeztulite cleanses emotions and rids the heart of pain and trauma from past failed relationships.
The overflowing positive vibrations of azeztulite empowers its user to connect with others as well as their spirit guides on a deeper level.
Because the stone is a highly powerful, high vibrational stone, crystal healers warn of using azeztulite with caution. The use of this stone may cause disorientation to persons who are not accustomed to working with crystals with high frequencies.
Meditating with the crystal daily will help you get more used to its energies. Be open to its energies; allow azeztulite to work through your life and you'll experience peace and calmness. Use azeztulite with other high energy crystals like quartzes, kyanite, moldavite, and tanzanite for best results.
Note: There is no scientific evidence that supports the effectiveness of mineral stones and crystals in treating ailments. All information published here is purely for educational purposes. Scientists attribute the healing impact to the placebo effect that takes place when using stones and crystals. Holding stones and meditating with them is said to trigger the release of feel-good hormones (endorphins and dopamine) in the brain.
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