Amphibole Quartz Properties and Meaning – Amphibole Quartz Crystals have inclusions, mostly consisting of (yellow) Limonite, (red) Hematite, (white) Kaolinite, and (pink) Lithium. This Quartz is from Bahia, Brazil. Read more about Amphibole Quartz healing properties information and view the beautiful photo galleries down below.
General Amphibole Quartz Crystal Healing Information
Amphibole Quartz is also known by the names Red Rabbit Quartz in Asia and Angel Wing Phantom Quartz over the rest of the world. This is due to the inclusions looking like Angel Wings. It is no coincidence that these crystals have a close link with the angelic realm.
For what and How Does One Use it?
Amphibole Quartz crystals are multi-talented with having so many inclusions threaded in and throughout them. These crystals bring peace, harmony and serenity through surety. They breed a strong sense of confidence within oneself – confidence in ones decisions, confidence to take on the unknown and new projects. The red Hematite keeps one grounded while providing the raw energy and drive to move forward – no matter what obstacles may be thrown up in your path. The yellow Limonite radiates self worth, joy and provides an abundance of personal energy that bursts forth – inspiring both the self and others around you. The pink Lithium provides the energy of Love, empathy for others – and keeps one focused on the all important core values of giving, integrity and selfless light work for the betterment of all. The Kaolinite channels in Crown Chakra energy providing inspiration and connection with the Angelic realm – funneling pure white light into everything that one does.
Amphibole Quartz is very, very effective when working with lung related issues – especially in elixir form. This crystal is a very serious cleanser – of pollutants, toxicity and negative thought patterns. It is a manifestation crystal extraordinaire.
Amphibole Quartz is an exceptional crystal to use for lucid dreaming, especially when used in conjunction with an elixir made from the same crystal. Place the crystal beside your bed head or under your pillow and prepare to have peaceful, restful sleep with very informative dreams!
The Limonite aspect also offers excellent crystal protection properties, and the white Kaolinite gives one the intuition to know when to use the protective qualities – thus avoiding unnecessary knee jerk reactions, unwarranted paranoia and fear based decisions.
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Appreciate your help take a look if this is a genuine amphibole quartz. This obelisk weighs about 1.5kg and about 30cm L x 4.8cm D.
Hi Ken, this is man made crystal called smelt quartz, it is not Amphibole Quartz sorry.
Hey, dear Anthony! I need to pick your brain (lol)!
What would you classify this [photo attached] tumbled freeform rose quartz with the butterfly wing looking inclusions? Would it be classified as amphibole or garden quartz or something altogether else? Thank you so much for any/all input and I hope you are doing especially well and feeling totally blessed!
Hi Angel, yes that looks to be a Free Form Rose Quartz. The butterfly looking inclusion is iron oxide.
Thank You for your kind words and bright blessings to to you too 🙂
Ahhhh! Magical rust~! 😍😄
Iron oxide sounds nicer though! 😂
Thank you so much!!!!! You ROCK! ;0) 🙌
Thank You, and you are welcome!
Here’s a picture of my amphibole quartz. I was originally disappointed about how opaque it is, but now, I love it!
Thank You for sharing Stephanie, great crystal!
Hi, how are you, can you recommend a good book just on quarts? Thank you…
I just wanted to say thank you for all of the information and your hard work. Have a nice day!
Thank You so much 🙂
You had written me back a while back… I was asking about lemurian amethyst, and you wanted a picture (I'm just finishing up school, so I get consumed with that, sorry) – anyways… I have a picture. The amethyst was an etsy purchase by a seller that typically sells everything as genuine.. but I've never seen it anywhere else, it is also water etched. I'm sure if you do a search they would be the only ones selling it. I imagine the name might be used b/c of the locality where it came from not so much from the typical ridges on the sides. have you heard of these? or know much about water-etched crystals?? thanks!! : D
I was doing a search to find out what mineral created the beautiful pink colour in this amphibole quartz and if you know much about the properties?
Hi D, Welcome back!
OK, the Amethyst is a skeletal elestial. I know this family well, and have sold them in the past on our sister site majestic-quartz.com – see image below – I even have a few lying around here waiting to go on the site! They are from Brazil and are rare.
For the properties, check out our skeletal quartz section as they are the ones created in water tables with the funky etching! https://crystal-information.com/encyclopedia/skeletal-quartz-properties-and-meaning/
The Amphibole crystal you mention looks to be one from China, It is a pink Hematite Included Quartz crystal, so the color is provided by the Hematite itself. Check out the hematite properties page at https://crystal-information.com/encyclopedia/hematite-properties-and-meaning/
The pink aspect mixed with the quartz has a special focus on grounding unconditional love, creativity and raw life force energy within the physical and spiritual bodies 🙂
Thanks so much for the reply!! (About the amethyst skeletal elestial and the hematite amphibole!)
going to check out the link you attached right now!
does this not contain asbestos and highly toxic and should not be drunk?
In my opinion no, because any asbestos is encapsulated within the crystal. Asbestos becomes a real problem in dust form when inhaled, especially the blue variety. There is so much misinformation regarding crystals and toxicity. For instance ones that contain copper are deemed to be “toxic” – yet to this day nearly all hot water pipes are made of copper!
Hi, I just bought some amphibole amethyst beads. Can they show up in any variety of quartz?
Yes they can.
I am working in mining and geology lab, my question is: a quart with that cristal form is called an amphibole?
It is the make up of minerals inside the quartz – not the form of the crystal. Here is a explanation at Wikipedia…
beautifully done…thank you
Is the "super 7" and amphibole the same?
Hi Claire, no, they are very different types of quartz to each other, vastly different inclusions.