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.
White Rabbit Crystals
The White Rabbit appears wearing a waistcoat and a watch. Alice follows him down the rabbit hole into Wonderland. The White Rabbit is a decoy – he’s the surprise that leads to all her adventures in Wonderland. He attracts Alice’s attention with contradiction. Intrigued by the juxtaposition of beast and gentleman, Alice hurries after him. Notorious for being confident one minute and fearful the next, the White Rabbit could motivate and inspire and then be uncertain or unsure about what he just recommended. Hence, Alice’s confusion on why a rabbit with a watch and waistcoat could be trusted at all!
Aventurine: enable abundance and brings good luck and money, joy, balance and clarity. Universal love, truth and prosperity are traits we can gain by working with Aventurine. This stone helps to stable financial matters, especially when times are tough. Keep it around when paying bills, making business transactions or gambling. Spiritually, Aventurine protects the heart, enhances creativity and working with spirit guides. Helps to dissolve emotional blockage and assist with emotional healing.
Jasper: This stone is a methodical and meticulous worker of practical, down to earth solutions, promoting organizational abilities and courage to assertively tackle a variety of problems. This explains why jasper stimulates the imagination and transforms ideas into action. It has the ability to foster and nurture and its energy is used for grounding and protection.
Rainbow Opalite: is considered a sign of hope. A symbol for bridging the gap between your ego-self and your true self or your unconscious. It is a symbol of happiness. The world is full of color and happiness, if you choose to open your eyes and find it. If you want to see the rainbow, you have to tolerate the rain as the world is a myriad of color. Rainbow opals are also a symbol of inner peace and harmony of body, mind and spirit. It represent the bridge between heaven and earth.
Snow White Quartz: The “Observation Stone” represents the wonder and innocence of pure snow. It gives us hopefulness and the child-like innocence we all should remember. It is associated with the white-haired sage, filled with good advice and wisdom. Therefore, the stone represents a gentle calm and soothing energy useful for meditation and the seeking of wisdom or truth through our “inner journey“. We learn life lessons through compassion and empathy and this stone allows a clearer mental picture in order to invite these traits inward to us. This stone naturally harmonizes with whatever comes into it’s energy field, allowing for automatic peace and serenity.
~ 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