The Encyclopedia of Crystals

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Fair Winds Press, Apr 1, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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The ultimate guide to crystals and how to use them!

In The Encyclopedia of Crystals, Judy Hall draws on over 30 years' experience of working with crystals to provide the definitive reference. Lavishly illustrated, featuring newly discovered stones and providing new materials on geology and fluorescent properties, this is an essential addition to the libraries of everyone working with crystals. Organized by crystal color for easy reference, this gorgeous guide relates the colors of crystals to the chakras, tells readers how to cleanse and activate them, and provides helpful, authoritative advice on healing with crystals.

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I work with crystal frequently but am not alway able to remember all their properties. This book is an excellent source for me to refer to when I need just a bit more information.I highly recommend it to anyone that works with crystals. Read full review

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Organized by crystal color, Hall's (The Crystal Bible ) comprehensive guide provides valuable information on nearly 1000 existing and newly discovered stones, their fluorescent properties, and their ... Read full review

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Judy Hall is a successful Mind Body Spirit author with dozens of books to her credit, including the best-selling Crystal Bible (volumes 1 and 2). She has been a past-life therapist and karmic astrologer for more than forty years. An internationally known author, psychic, healer, broadcaster, and workshop leader, her books have been translated into fifteen languages. She recently appeared on the Watkins Review list of the 100 most spiritually influential authors. A trained healer and counselor, Judy has been psychic all her life and has a wide experience of many systems of divination and natural healing methods. Judy has a bachelor of education degree in religious studies with an extensive knowledge of world religions and mythology and a master of arts in cultural astronomy and astrology at Bath Spa University. Her mentor was Christine Hartley (Dion Fortune's metaphysical colleague and literary agent). She runs crystal, past life, and creative writing courses at her home in Dorset, England. Her specialties are past-life readings and regression, soul healing, reincarnation, astrology and psychology, divination, and crystal lore. Judy has conducted workshops around the world and has made 15 visits to Egypt, the subject of her novel Torn Clouds. Visit her website at http: //

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