How is the amethyst geode formed
by Mark Xie on September 20, 2020
Amethyst is the most noble and beautiful member of the crystal family, also known as Feng Shui stone. Because traces of iron and manganese are infiltrated, the color is purple. Amethyst Cave contains a large amount of raw amethyst ore, and its powerful aura and restrained energy body make it the most popular crystal ornament.
In nature, there are many styles of amethyst, most of which are inward-growing amethyst holes, while outward-growing amethyst clusters are extremely rare. Let's take a look at how the amethyst hole is formed?
The amethyst cave is formed by a long period of condensation and crystallization of underground water containing silicon dioxide from the edge of the agate cave. The most primitive form of the amethyst cave is a ball-like raw ore, which, after being cut into two, becomes a common amethyst cave on the market. Generally, the amethyst caves we see have three layers, the innermost layer is amethyst grains, the middle layer is agate, and the outermost layer is a protective cement layer added by workers. There are also very good geodes that are polished on the outside. This kind of polished geodes usually requires that the outer agate wall be very thick, so the polished geodes that are usually seen are less expensive. When many small amethyst crystals grow densely together, they will form amethyst flowers, which, like amethyst caves, have the function of blocking rushing and avoiding evil in Fengshui.
Amethyst cave is a particularly popular home feng shui ornament. The amethyst cave with shimmering amethyst clusters is not only difficult to find on other gems because of its unique color, but also because it has a stable magnetic field and improves intuition. Helps meditation and regulates the magnetic field. Placing amethyst caves can make Qi gather more firmly, concentrated and refined.