The Secret Behind Brandberg Crystals
Hey crystal lovers,
Welcome to our new crystalpedia episode!
Recently a good friend of mine who has an even bigger crystal collection told me about a new type of crystal she found.
She says it is called “Brandberg Crystals.”
What a beauty right?
So what is the secret behind these crystals? And why do I call them “Transformer Crystals?”
Brandberg Amethyst is a stunning and unique variety of Quartz crystals found only in Namibia, Africa.
A blend of Amethyst, Clear and Smoky Quartz together in one high-vibrational crystal.
The name Brandberg comes from an African language and is called “Fire Mountain” in Dutch and German.
It comes from the effect of the setting sun on the western slope which sometimes causes a vibrant orange glow.
The Brandberg is considered sacred, a spiritual site of great significance to the San (Bushmen) tribes.
Who sheltered there and rendered over 48,000 paintings and engravings within its caves and overhanging rocks.
Thought this would be interesting to share with you because it has such a rich history.
So how can Brandberg Crystals help you?
Amethyst Brandberg engenders unconditional love and Divinity at the center of the universe.
It brings profound healing, especially in matters of the heart.
It is excellent for dissolving broken relationships in the past and frees one to manifest a partner who supports one in their fullness and spiritual being.
So if you are looking to start a new relationship with someone else, this crystal is for you.
It provides aid in overcoming harmful addictions such as drinking or drug addictions like Amethyst.
Brandberg Amethyst also provides marvelous support for healing the emotional body and bringing it back to the center.
Its high vibrational energy calms and soothes the user, enveloping one with positivity.
I guess you can say it is Amethyst’s bigger sister :)
While we don’t own any Brandberg crystals in our store yet because they are so rare to come by.
We do have many kinds of Amethyst jewelry that also have similar healing properties.
What do you think of Brandberg crystals? Do you prefer them compared to raw Amethyst crystals?
Leave a comment below and let me know.
Can’t wait to hear your thoughts about it. For me, I think they definitely deserve a spot in every Amethyst lover’s collection.