Crystal Witch

By:  Veronica  •  7 months ago  •  14 comments

Crystal Witch
Witches have used crystals for centuries for their energetic properties and healing qualities-inherent magickal powers that can work in different ways to enhance a person's life. https://thingsthatrocksd.com/products/the-crystal-witch?variant=39532642467923

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Crystal Witches make the use of crystals to focus their magick for healing and manifesting.  Crystals are known for their healing energies.  They raise the energy vibration within you. "C rystals emit this unwavering, constant high vibration, that when met with a lower vibration, has the ability to actually raise, in turn, providing a sense of healing qualities through an energetic level, which can therefore fast track our own physical healing."

If you are drawn to nature, crystals, rocks, stones, and color therapy you may be want to study more on Crystal Witches.  I use crystals, color candles in my rituals.  I guess this makes me a solitary crystal witch.

Different crystals have different healing properties:  

Healing crystals for health

  • Clear quartz:   a clear crystal considered a master healer and believed to support the entire energetic system
  • Jasper:   a nurturing stone said to provide support during times of stress
  • Obsidian:   believed to help process emotions and experiences and aid in letting go
  • Amethyst:   used for healing, purifying, and enhancing willpower
  • Bloodstone:   said to improve circulation and provide support to blood-related issues

Healing crystals for wealth

  • Tiger’s eye:   said to provide motivation and lessen fear
  • Citrine:   believed to spark enthusiasm, creativity, and concentration
  • Turquoise:   thought to soothe emotions and attract good luck
  • Sapphire:   known as a stone of prosperity
  • Jade:   another well-known stone for prosperity and luck

Healing crystals for love

  • Rose quartz:   sometimes referred to as the stone of love and believed to encourage love and trust
  • Moonstone:   said to prompt feelings of inner strength and growth
  • Ruby:   believed to support sexuality and sensuality


Where does the use of crystals come from???  Across cultures, different stones can symbolize or provide aide for different things. 

In Plato's time they were used for mind reading and transmitting thoughts. 

Sumerians used them for magic. 

Egyptians used the for jewelry fro metaphysical purposes.

Greeks thought amethyst was hangover remedy. 

Native Americans use crystals to assist in diagnosing illnesses.

Europe healing powers of crystals persisted into the Middle Ages.

The most ancient writings that mention crystal include the accounts of the Roman historian Pliny the Elder, who described different precious stones, their origins and physical qualities. The word “crystal” comes from the Greek krystallos , literally meaning “coldness drawn together,” or a kind of ice.


In looking for a crystal it is helpful to touch them & feel them.  I use this method to choose my crystals - when I touch & hold the crystal if it warms and then sends a tingling feeling through my hand then I obtain it.  I use crystals in my rituals and feats day celebrations.



   Yule  - bloodstone, clear quartz, garnet, black obsidian, citrine

   Imbolc - moss agate, sunstone, clear quartz

   Ostara - g reen aventurine, pink opal,  moonstone, bloodstone, lepidolite, citrine, rhodonite

    Beltane - Malachite; Magnetite; Moss Agate; Garnet; Dendric Agate; Carnelian; Tiger's Eye

   Litha - Citrine, Ruby, Carnelian, Garnet, Sunstone and Tiger's Eye

   Lughnasadh - Aventurine, Citrine, Shiva Lingam, Sardonyx, Malachite, Carnelian

   Mabon - Clear Quartz, Amber, Aquamarine, Opal, Aventurine, Citrine

   Samhain - amethyst, citrine, spirit quartz, onyx, bloodstone, lapis lazuli, moonstone, and carnelian

Moon Phase:

   New - labradorite, aquamarine, black obsidian

   Waxing - rose quartz, citrine, tiger's eye

   Full - moonstone

   Waning - clear quartz, amethyst, black tourmaline, bloodstone

For physical healing rituals I use clear quartz.  For other healing rituals I choose amethyst, black obsidian and moonstone depending on if it is spiritual, emotional or mental healing.

There are some crystals that should not be used together since their vibrations are counter productive.

  • Carnelian and Amethyst.
  • Blue Lace Agate and Red Jasper.
  • Clear Quartz and Green Aventurine.
  • Sunstones and stones that are associated with Saturn and Venus.
  • Gomed and Cat's eye.

Sometimes it is comforting just to carry a stone with me.  Right now I am taking an amethyst with me for it's calming influence.

Crystals are pretty & useful (at least in my opinion).

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Professor Guide
1  author  Veronica    7 months ago


No politics 

No judgments (no calling someone's story hogwash)

If you don't believe - don't join

All in the name of fun

Professor Principal
2  Ender    7 months ago

The aquamarine is my birthstone.

Professor Guide
2.1  author  Veronica  replied to  Ender @2    7 months ago

I love that color.  It is a cleansing crystal and I use it around Ostara for cleansing the house (along with normal spring cleaning).

Buzz of the Orient
Professor Expert
3  Buzz of the Orient    7 months ago

My ex-wife was a qualified yoga instructor and was aware of the use of crystals in feng shui.  The house we lived in had a view straight through from the front door to the back door and windows, and so she hung a crystal part way through to prevent positive energy and wealth from flowing right through and out the back.

Professor Guide
3.1  author  Veronica  replied to  Buzz of the Orient @3    7 months ago

Good idea.  I use black tourmaline to dispel negative energy and then carnelian to keep the positive flowing.

Professor Principal
4  Kavika     7 months ago

Great information, Veronica.

Professor Guide
4.1  author  Veronica  replied to  Kavika @4    7 months ago

Thank you, sir.  

Trout Giggles
Professor Principal
5  Trout Giggles    7 months ago

Thanks for the article. My birthstone is amethyst. I've always liked that stone. When I choose jewelry I like to stick with stones and crystals.

Professor Guide
5.1  author  Veronica  replied to  Trout Giggles @5    7 months ago

Mine too.... I think that is why I am so drawn to it.

Hal A. Lujah
Professor Guide
6  Hal A. Lujah    7 months ago
  • Turquoise:   thought to soothe emotions and attract good luck

The luck thing is curious, since luck is so random to begin with.  Curious if there are any types of crystal thought to attract bad luck.

Professor Guide
6.1  author  Veronica  replied to  Hal A. Lujah @6    7 months ago

During the black plague opals were considered to be bad luck.  Pearls were also considered to attract bad luck.  In those days since turquoise was used in alchemy and necromancy people thought it had become tainted with evil and was bad luck.

For me if I am not getting a positive vibe off of one of my crystals I cleanse it by the full moon and it feels better.  I myself have never come across any crystal that brought me bad luck.

Professor Principal
6.2  devangelical  replied to  Hal A. Lujah @6    7 months ago
 Curious if there are any types of crystal thought to attract bad luck.


Hal A. Lujah
Professor Guide
6.2.1  Hal A. Lujah  replied to  devangelical @6.2    7 months ago

Lol!  Good point.

Professor Guide
6.2.2  author  Veronica  replied to  devangelical @6.2    7 months ago

I have never been a fan of diamonds.  I like color.  


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