Geologist Juan Manuel García-Ruiz calls it “the Sistine Chapel of crystals,” but Superman could call it home. “There is no other place on the planet,” García-Ruiz said, “where the mineral world reveals itself in such beauty.”
The Naica Mine of Chihuahua, Mexico, is a working mine that is known for its extraordinary crystals. Naica is a lead, zinc and silver mine in which large voids have been found, containing crystals of selenite (gypsum) as large as 4 feet in diameter and 50 feet long.
A sort of south-of-the-border Fortress of Solitude, Mexico’s Cueva de los Cristales (Cave of Crystals) contains some of the world’s largest known natural crystals—translucent beams of gypsum as long as 36 feet (11 meters).
How did the crystals reach such superheroic proportions? For millennia the crystals thrived in the cave’s extremely rare and stable natural environment. Temperatures hovered consistently around a steamy 136 degrees Fahrenheit (58 degrees Celsius), and the cave was filled with mineral-rich water that drove the crystals’ growth.
The chamber holding these crystals is known as the Crystal Cave of Giants, and is approximately 1000 feet down in the limestone host rock of the mine. The crystals were formed by hydrothermal fluids emanating from the magma chambers below. The cavern was discovered while the miners were drilling through the Naica fault, which they were worried would flood the mine. Without specialized suits and equipment, the scientist could experience severe symptoms such as loss of consciousness and elevated blood pressure. Now García-Ruiz is advising the mining company to preserve the caves.
Newly brought to light, these crystals have already started channeling messages to mankind. You may have heard Jinky Amores and Gigi Kristensen share at Heart Mind Body Festival in Singapore. Many have chosen to find their homes here in Singapore and have started communicating to Gerald Kwek and Anne Phey. Many have collective and personal messages for their keepers, and are sharing records of our ancient history and evolution.
Do you resonate with high vibration crystals? Are you a reincarnated Planetary being, Lemurian or Atlantean? If so, these Selenites will ignite your remembrance and assist you in your journey. Join us this Sunday 4th December at 3pm for a Crystal Meditation where we will channel collective and personal messages.
If you have already are a keeper of these Selenites, do bring them for this meditation to gather the collective energy and aid in the channeling of messages for humanity. If you do not have any, come and receive the blessings that have been kept in Mother Gaia for you. Gerald has been attuning the crystals to their keepers aligned to their joint mission. Anne Phey has been receiving shapes, colours and poems. These selenite crystals are out of this world. Come and find out what is in store for you.
Selenite Meditation events:
2017 14th Oct Sat 6pm to 8pm: For this meditation, we will have amp up the vibes with selenites & other high vibe crystals. Feel the intense energy from the crystal grid & energy vortex, come and receive channeled messages for humanity & each individual, connect to your higher self, activate self healing and take a leap to self mastery with quantum re-programming from Serenity Vibration Healing & Enlightenment techniques, and relax into the deep resonance sound healing with ancient Tibetan singing bowls. Two hours, two SVH Level 3 Sound & Galatic Crystal masters. $38. http://annephey.com/…/selenite-crystal-channeling…/
2016 4th Dec 7:30pm: We will also have special guest Gigi Kristensen who will share about the Crystal Caves and Messages if you have not heard them at HMB. For those who attend, a special rate will be given for attunement and crystal poem channeling with a beautiful keepsake to go home with your crystal. Event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1267984839907343/
More info on The Naica Caves of Chihuahua
- Naica Mine on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6drrYFj91Ko
- Naica Mine on Nat Geo: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/11/crystal-giants/shea-text
- Photo of Naica Mine of Chihuahua. Photo Courtesy of NatGeo Magazine N