In the middle ages it was thought that Chrysoprase could make you become invisible if you placed a piece in your mouth. Apparently it was very popular among criminals who were facing death by hanging. In addition, it was believed that Chrysoprase would turn colourless if poison was nearby. Read on to find out more!
There is nothing nicer than a warm relaxing bath on cold winter nights ... Unless of course its a crystal healing bath! Time is often scarce when it comes to pampering and self-care, a crystal healing bath can be a quick and easy way to give yourself time out. Read on to find out more!
Obsidian is actually molten lava, or volcanic glass, that cooled extremely quickly. In fact it cooled so quickly that it has no internal crystalline structure and is therefore classified as a mineraloid instead of a crystal. Other examples of mineraloids are Amber, Jet and Opal. Read on to find out more!
Many of today's Christian celebrations such as Easter hail from Pagan traditions, with the word Easter deriving its name from the goddess of Spring, Ostara or Eostre In the Northern Hemisphere the Spring Equinox was a time for celebrating the return of the sun God after a long cold winter. This spring festival celebrated fertility and rebirth as trees and flowers started to come to life again. Read on to find out more!