Geode Crystal Gemstone

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Grounding | Balancing | Healing

A Geode can form in many ways. The most common geodes are formed when air bubbles occur in cooling magma. Ground water seeps into these air pockets in the volcanic rock. As the water evaporates, minerals from the water form crystals inside.

Geodes are spherical to sub-spherical rock structures with an internal cavity lined with mineral materials. They have a durable outer wall that is more resistant to weathering than the surrounding bedrock. This allows the geode to survive intact when the surrounding bedrock weathers away. The mineral lining the cavity is often a scintillating druse of tiny Quartz crystals underlain by multiple bands of translucent gray and white agate.

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