14.5 x 7.5 x 5.5 cm
Lemurian Quartz is currently extinct from this location!
Lemurian Seed Quartz are crystals that taper from top to bottom and are characterized by stair-stepped lines that run perpendicularly to the C axis. According to Metaphysical lore, it is believed that they are seeded with information from the ancient Lemurian culture. They are typically found in Brazil, Colombia, and Russia. There are other places where crystals with similar habits occur.
Mineral exploration in South Africa has been thriving for centuries! Although rich in a diversity of industrial minerals, specimen mining in South Africa is actually not as prevalent as one would expect. Diamonds, Gold, Manganese, etc are the main focus. But there are a few deposits worthy of noting that have produced over the years. The Kalahari Manganese field provides for the greatest amount of diversity, the Cactus Quartz deposit produces volume in Quartz, and the Messina Copper district produces some of the finest included Quartzes in the world! While many specimens are surely there to find, bureaucracy makes South Africa a challenging country to mine for specimens.