FLAME AURA QUARTZ
Flame Aura Quartz is Clear Quartz that is treated by permanently fusing titanium crystals to it, this gives it its beautiful rainbow coloring, in a variety of colors including but not limited to;
Blue, Red, Rainbow iridescence, Green, Teal, Red,
Pink, Purple & Orange.
It is usually associated with the Third Eye and Root Chakras, bringing energy, excitement and a motivation for life. It is said to be good at alleviating sadness and depression bringing color
back into ones interpretation of life.
It has a high energy and is helpful for removing energy blockages, encouraging a natural flow of creativity.
Flame Aura Quartz is said to activate the Third Eye bringing expansion to all psychic activities including clairvoyance and telepathy.
Flame Aura Quartz is said to be a great crystal for assisting with astral journeys and out of body experiences, helping the spirit travel through hidden dimensions and activating and stimulating all the Chakras.
In physical healing this crystal is thought to be beneficial to the brain and central nervous system.
Metal-coated crystals are natural crystals, such as quartz , whose surface has been coated with metal to give them an iridescent metallic sheen. Crystals treated this way are used as gemstones and for other decorative purposes. Possible coatings include gold (resulting in a stone called aqua aura), indium, titanium,niobium and copper. Other names for crystals treated in this way also include angel aura, flame aura, opal aura or rainbow quartz.
Aqua aura is created in a vacuum chamber from quartz crystals and gold vapor by vapor deposition. The quartz is heated to 871 °C (1600 °F) in a vacuum , and then gold vapor is added to the chamber. The gold atoms fuse to the crystal's surface, which gives the crystal an iridescent metallic sheen. When viewed under a gemological microscope in diffused direct transmitted light, aqua aura displays the following properties:
- a coppery surface iridescence in tangential illumination
- diffused dark outlines of some facet junctions
- a patchy blue color distribution on some facets
- white facet junctions, irregular white abrasions and surface pits, where the treatment either did not "take" or had been abraded away.
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