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Natural Purple Healing Crystal

Looking for a way to give your energy healing practice a boost? Look no further than the Natural Purple Healing Crystal! This gorgeous purple fluorite crystal is perfect for drawing in energy and helping you to focus on your healing intentions. Not only does it look beautiful, but it also has powerful metaphysical properties that can help you achieve your goals. So why wait? order yours today and see the difference it makes!

Specs: Fluorite, 100g

There is a certain allure to healing crystals that has drawn people to them for centuries. But where do they come from? And why are they so popular in the gothic community? In this blog post, we will explore the origins of healing crystals and their place in gothic culture.

The first known use of crystals dates back to 25,000 BC when they were used as tools and talismans by the ancient Sumerians. The word "crystal" comes from the Greek word for ice, krustallos, which was thought to be a perfect material because it was believed to be eternal and unchangeable.

The popularity of crystals increased during the Renaissance when they were used in art and architecture as a symbol of wealth and power. They were also used to adorn altars and other religious objects. It was during this time that crystals began to be associated with healing properties.

In the nineteenth century, crystals became popular among the gothic community. They were seen as a way to connect with the spiritual world and were used in rituals and spells. Today, crystals are still popular among goths and other members of the alternative community. They are often used as decoration or worn as jewelry. Some people also believe that crystals have healing properties and use them for this purpose. Whether you believe in their power or not, there is no denying that crystals are beautiful and mysterious objects.