Out of great interest and demand, we have finally crafted these fun crystal sets representing the uniquely odd and over the top characters from Lewis Carroll’s great books. We want you to enjoy our newest tribute Collection honoring his infamous works, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass”.
Crystals are as old as the Earth itself and interest in them has been a fascination of every culture on the planet. The metaphysical meanings of these stones come from cultural, religious, and community influences that are centuries old. Stones and crystals have been used as tools to look within. They have been used as remedies and objects of beauty to admire. Whether you see these gems as pretty bobbles to look at or tools to a new awareness, I hope you find their stories interesting.
Each set of crystals comes with 4 crystals, their metaphysical and healing properties, along with ways to care for, clean, and use these stones. They make great gifts for birthdays or holidays and people like to refer particular characters to their friends who mirror their personalities.
Queen of Hearts Crystals
The Queen of Hearts takes control with absolute rule and execution. Her Highness is dressed up in multi-layer crimson red and beautifully wicked black ~ literally the heart of Alice’s conflict. Her power lies in her rhetoric. The Queen becomes representative of the idea that Wonderland is devoid of substance. She is ambitious, childish, with raging, blind fury that she so quickly dispenses orders to cut of their heads! Despite the frequency of death sentences, it would appear few people are actually beheaded. The King of Hearts quietly pardons many of his subjects when the Queen is not looking.
Rose Quartz: represents love, beauty, peacefulness, forgiving, loving, self-love and emotional balance! (Definitely a stone needed by the Queen – although she loves red roses) Rose Quartz works with the Heart Chakra. It is a soft, gentle, soothing stone that warms the heart center. Its value as a nurturing friend cannot be overstated. Neither can it’s soothing influence. Helps diffuse negative stimuli and uncomfortable memories. Helps us discover the ability to love ourselves and makes us more open to other people. It is of particular value in helping us to forgive ourselves, hastening self-acceptance.
Bloodstone: A great stone for mental exhaustion. This stone represents both courage and strength and is used for achieving these attributes. It is associated with honesty and integrity and is useful in removing obstacles in life. A classic stone for wealth, it attracts abundance and good luck. It was believed that if you carried one of these stones you might avoid dangerous situations. Most effective on the Heart Chakra (green) and Root Chakra (red).
Garnet: This stone symbolizes faith, love, devotion and trust. Garnet is most famous for balancing our emotional states. Therefore, garnet is one of the best stones for soothing emotional stress and balancing out anger. Garnet is a stone of passion. It is given as a gift of love’s attraction, a gift of estranged love or a gift of quick return. Red represent love and helps the aspirant to strive for improvement in moral conduct. Garnet has been used for protection against the perils of travel. It encourages a strength and therefore, personal power.
Smoky Quartz: is a grounding stone. It is used most often to overcome depression, soothing nightmares and stress. Quartz stimulates the natural crystal in body tissues and fluids to resonate at the highest healing frequency. The clearest smoky quartz are the most intense, powerfully opening the Crown Chakra emanating light down to the Root Chakra, therefore, inducing Alpha/deep meditation.
~ This set of 4 Crystals
~ They comes in a matching color-coordinated organza pouch
~ chock-full of character/personality traits
~ healing and metaphysical properties of the stones
~ how to use and work with your crystals
~ how to cleanse and activate your crystals
~ Chakra energy correspondence
~ A Crystal Meditation
~ How to make an Elixir with your stones
~ How to create a Wonderland Journal