Mongolian Quartz Properties and Meaning
Mongolian Quartz Crystals come in many formations, colors and sizes. The most famous are the ones with green Hedenbergite inclusions. Read more about Mongolian Quartz crystal healing properties below, complete with galleries and plenty of exciting large desktop background images!
General Mongolian Quartz Crystal Healing Information
For what and How Does One Use it?
Mongolian Quartz Crystals have been coming out in greater and greater numbers since 2013. They are crystals for “The Now”. Mongolian Quartz promotes communication and purification of the “Group Consciousness”.
Mongolian Quartz forms in many colors, but particularly in the colors of the heart – Green and Pink. These crystals are appearing to help humanity come from a place of the heart, both in the physical and emotional sense. Some of the Quartz crystals are forming with beautiful Pink Calcite. These crystals are exceptional emotional healers, breaking through old blockages, working through both ethereal and electrical levels.
Mongolian Quartz often has etching, some is very finely detailed and other crystals exhibit breath taking chiseled etching/formation.
Many Mongolian Quartz crystals have inclusions of Green Hedenbergite – though there is a growing number of geologists and gemologists that are suggesting the green inclusions are in fact Actinolite – stay tuned and we here at Crystal Information will let you know more as we get information to hand!
Another style of Mongolian Quartz we will cover is the Dual Core variety. These are pseudomorph crystals. Initially the crystal will most often be a clear quartz crystal, then will at a later time be covered over with an included variety of Quartz, or a completely different color – though also mainly due to micro inclusions of other minerals. These crystals are like “Charging Stations”. The inner core radiates and amplifies the overlaid included layer – combining to make for a very powerful healing experience.
Further Mongolian Quartz information can be found below under each individual family photo.
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This green Hedenbergite Included Mongolian Quartz displays the deep rich colorization along with impressive chiselled formation. This crystal is about building up strength from the heart. It fights cancerous and free radical cells. This Mongolian Quartz variety increases all around well being
This Specularite Included Mongolian Quartz displays impressive chiselled Double Terminated formation. These crystals are almost always white, with extremely finely detailed etching. The sparkling Specularite is also known as Specular Hematite – Hematite so pure it has crystallized! This Hematite runs at a higher vibration than normal Hematite. Thus these Mongolian Laser Wand Quartz crystals have a bright pure and powerful focus that is amplified, yet grounded by the Specularite.
This Pink core Mongolian Quartz also has Specularite (Crystallized Hematite) on the surface. These rare crystals exude emotional healing and well being. They work on the outer emotional layer of the body. Helping one to deal with prior emotional hurt – bringing acceptance and forgiveness towards those that have caused harm in the past. This Mongolian Quartz family exude an empathetic and positive energy towards all humanity.
This Mongolian Quartz variety displays Elestial etching with Laser Wand Form and Specularite. This crystal is about channeling and focusing knowledge and information in such a way as those receiving it may understand and assimilate the information.
This green Hedenbergite Included Mongolian Quartz has Elestial formation. This crystal is about building up your knowledge base – it is literally a library of information! In addition – it still has the other properties and abilities of the other Hedenbergite included Quartz, such as anti cancer and all around well being.
This green Hedenbergite Included Mongolian Laser Wand Quartz crystal displays the deep rich colorization along with impressive etched formation. It has a sharp focus on building up the immune system and eradicating cancerous and free radical cells.
This olive Hedenbergite Included Mongolian Quartz has Purple Fluorite crystals on the termination and sides! This combination has a special focus on cellular regeneration with all free radicals being eradicated. This is a super powerful combination of minerals.
This style of Mongolian Quartz is called “Snow Cap” Quartz. The termination is “Snow Capped” with Calcite! The Calcite snow cap acts as a filter to soften the intensity of the energy – making it more comfortable for sensitive people to utilize.
Duel Core Mongolian Elestial Laser Wand Quartz Crystal
I recently acquired this specimen from Inner Mongolia. It's a quartz cluster with a green mineral coating along with tan siderite blades coating many surfaces. I don't know what the green mineral is. Its soft – I can scrape it off with a fingernail. Do you have any ideas?
This is the back side of the piece.
Hi Catherine, the green mineral is called hedenbergite. 🙂
Hello, I recently got 2 for my birthday, and well it's so gentle wize strong what I've felt so far, it's definitely a different teaching and integration the lazer pink Mongolian quartz, at,1st felt like I wasn't worthy to learn from it. Lol.
Hi! Amazing website and information!
Do you have any information on the properties of Beta quartz? I just got a Mongolian piece… it’s en route, in the mail! It was calling to me..
Ok so I bought a lot of these and were told they were mamatite on quartz, once I received them I found out they weren’t. I’m thinking they are specularite on quartz. I do know they are laser quartz but was wondering if you thought the same about them being specularite ?
Hi there, yes you are correct, that is specularite.
Looks to be a quartz cluster with Hematite from Mongolia
This is a lovely cathedral-type specimen I just ordered & am awaiting in the mail. It just "called to me" so strongly, I had to have it, & want to know more. It's Hedenbergite and Hematite (or Specularite?) included quartz from the Huanggang Mine in China. Is this considered Mongolian Quartz? Also would LOVE to know specifically what the metaphysical properties are of this specific mineral combination in this particular type of growth-structure. Feels like MAGIC.
Hi! 5th photo down – what is the mineral making the pink core?
That mineral is Hematite 🙂
For my crystal,
Does anyone know what is the formation(grooves and the 'steps'?)
I speculate that it could be a phantom formation(but there is no additional mineral hence the gaps) or inter generational growth.
Also, what mineral consists of the white spots?
Any help is appreciated!
Hi Ryan, I’m leaning towards the inter generational growth for the grooves. I’m not really sure what the white mineral is sorry.
What are the associated minerals occurring with hedenbergite mongolian quartz? On my specimen I have feldspar, hematite, calcite caps and another graphite looking metallic mineral I haven't identified.
Hi Errol, The graphite metallic material you describe sounds like Specularite, which in it’s most pure form can even crystallize in the form of rosettes! It is often associated with Mongolian Quartz.
I was doing some digging have come across few, if any formal mentions of these crystals. they are called backbone of inner Mongolia crystals, but I have found about 6 other names but nothing official. I think they might be simaler to these but they are not in any way quartz or your typical hedenbergite. let me know what you think?
Hi Warren, I have taken the liberty of adding the photos directly to your post, so it makes sense when the auction page eventually gets removed from ebay.
There is a line of thought by respected people that the lighter green is Actinolite, rather than Hedenbergite. It feels right to me too. Thank You for your contribution.
I do not see black Mongolian quartz or the witches wand anything you can tell me
In most cases, black Mongolian quartz is hedenbergite that is so dark, as it comes across as being black. I have not heard of Witches Wand from Mongolia, could you e-mail me a link please to email@example.com. Thanks!