Beautiful Lightning Strike, Andromeda, ET, DT crystal.
The energy in this rare specimen is extraordinary. Although not huge in physical stature (although it's still 4.5in long), it's very dynamic and has fast acting energy. It has a lovely frosted appearence and is covered in excellent 'Starbrary' markings along its shaft. It's an Andromeda Starbrary, an ET (Extra-Terrestrial) and a DT (Double Terminated) crystal. To read more about Andromeda Starbrarys, go to our Library and look for the Starbrary Quartz article under Crystal of the Month heading. This crystal also has a tiny portal (key) formation, plus several little light bearing rainbows. Finally it has three little bridge crystals; two at the base and one near the top. The amazing lightning strike on this crystal runs about half the length of the shaft and across two sides.
Starbrary crystals are a rare and completely natural type of Quartz formation, which have been encoded and programmed with ancient and detailed information by people from distant star systems. This is the main difference between a Starbrary and a Lemurian Seed Crystal; Starbrarys having been encoded remotely by civilizations that existed outside of our own solar system, whilst Lemurian crystals were embedded with information by people who inhabited our planet; ‘seeding’ or planting them in a sand bed in Brazil for us to discover some 10,000 years after they left.
The Starbrary Mission
The language of the Starbrary is similar to that of Lemurian Seed Crystals, but more complex due to the incredible amount of information each one contains. This information is considered crucial to the growth and survival of the human race and the evolution of the planet as a whole. They are also thought to contain information required to help the Earth at a time of extreme global need or crisis. It follows, therefore, that these amazing and significant crystals are beginning to become available in various parts of the world, so that their reach to Lightworkers will be on a global scale.
Identifying a Starbrary
Starbrary crystals can be identified by the presence of glyph like markings, etchings, geometric symbols and patterns along their shafts and occasionally on the actual main face of the crystal. Some also carry doorways (portals) or keys. Whilst other natural, unpolished Quartz crystals may carry similar markings, the energy and detail of a Starbrary is undeniably completely different.
Lightning Strike Starbrary Crystals
Some Starbrarys (like this one) may also be Lightning Strike crystals; a very rare formation in itself (not to be confused with Fulgarite*). ‘Lightning Strike Starbrary’ crystals have had their information ‘downloaded’ into them using lightning as a conduit, and, therefore, they benefit from having the additional properties of a Lightning Strike specimen. These crystals bear a jagged scar – usually on their shaft - caused by the strike. The intensity of the bolt often blew the tip off of these crystals in the process, but this does not detract from the energies or purpose. It is said that the travellers who imparted their knowledge into these crystals did so during electrical storms over Brazil many, many thousands of years ago; choosing crystals that were lying exposed (or perhaps placed) on the surface. Lightning Strike Starbrarys are not reserved to any one particular, named group of Starbrary (see names below), they may be found on any of them. Furthermore, Lightning Strike crystals are not always Starbrarys.
*Fulgarite is often sold as Lightning Quartz or Lightning Glass. Fulgarite is a variety of Lechatelierite and is a fragile formation of silica-rich glass, created when sand or base rock is hit by lightning, fusing it into unusual shapes. It is usually of rough, tubular appearance. The hollow tubular part is the point where the lightning struck, fusing the sand around it.
Starbrary Names and Groups
Most Starbrarys are labelled simply as ‘Starbrary Quartz’ or ‘Lightning Strike Starbrary Quartz’ and not named after their particular star system. Very occasionally, however, they will be specifically named if they are a readily identifiable formation; as with an Andromeda DT,ET (Double Terminated, Extraterrestrial).
There are six different groups of 'star' people who have are believed to have left such information embedded in these crystals: Cassiopeia, Pleiades, Ursa Minor, Leo, Orion & Andromeda. Finally, there are those referred to as Master Starbrarys; crystals which contain a selection if not all of the above features. With the exception perhaps of a Lightning Strike Starbrary, these are the rarest and most powerful of all.
For a complete write-up, you can click on the 'Starbrary Quartz' heading in our 'Library' section.
Approximate size: H120mm x W39mm (H4.75in x W1.5in)