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Encyclopedia of Crystals, Revised and Expanded (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 2013


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Judy Hall is a successful Mind Body Spirit author with 42 books to her credit including the million-selling Crystal Bible (volumes 1 and 2). She recently appeared on the Watkins Review list of the 100 most spiritually influential authors. She has been a past-life therapist and karmic astrologer for more than forty years. An internationally known author, psychic, healer, broadcaster, and workshop leader, her books have been translated into fifteen languages. A trained healer and counselor, Judy has been psychic all her life and has a wide experience of many systems of divination and natural healing methods. Judy has a bachelor of education degree in religious studies with an extensive knowledge of world religions and mythology and a master of arts in cultural astronomy and astrology at Bath Spa University.


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Encyclopedia of Crystals 24 avril 2014
Par Rebecca L. Elson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This review originally appeared on The Magical Buffet website on 04/24/14.

As you guys may recall, I am a lady that loves me some crystals, gemstones, and minerals. I was excited by the historical insights offered by “A Lapidary of Sacred Stones” by Claude Lecouteux and Isidore Kozminsky’s “Crystals, Jewels, Stones: Magic & Science” but I was downright thrilled to be given access to the practical, revised and expanded edition of, “The Encyclopedia of Crystals” by Judy Hall.

You may recognize Hall’s name as the author of “Crystals and Sacred Sites: Use Crystals to Access the Power of Sacred Landscapes for Personal and Planetary Transformation” that I reviewed here on The Buffet. Well, when Hall isn’t busy proposing new theories on how to use crystals she’s authoring some of the most definitive guides to minerals and gemstones. So why are her books some of the best out there? Glad you asked.

My favorite feature, and the most obvious, is that the crystals are laid out (or listed if you prefer) in the book by color. How great is that? Hey, I have this purple stone and I can’t remember what it is. No problem, I’ll pull out the “Encyclopedia” and flip to the purple section and see what it matches up with. How awesome is that? But I know what stone I want to read about! Again, not a problem. There is an alphabetical crystal index at the front of the book and there is a thorough index in the back of the book as well. There is also a short but very informative introduction that covers everything from basic geology to the chakras.

Each stone is given a fantastic image or two to help with identification. Then they list: crystal system, chemistry, hardness, source, chakra, number, zodiac sign, planet, and what it’s beneficial for. After that there is a paragraph with historical and folkloric detail.

Judy Hall’s “Encyclopedia of Crystals” is an absolute must own for anyone interested in minerals and gemstones. If you’re going to own just one book as a resource on crystals, this is the one.
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Better as you get used to it 8 octobre 2013
Par Heidi Hirschbach - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I thought I was finally buying a book that had every crystal in one place, boy was I wrong! Many of my fairly common crystals are not even listed in this book. The color-coded system of cataloging may be useful if you are trying to identify an unknown stone, but it's a horrible format if you already know the name of what you are holding.

For instance, instead of looking up "Calcite" & seeing the colors it comes in & their different metaphysical properties, you have to go to the color-coded section & find it there. Not very helpful & definitely a VERY time consuming way of looking up your crystals!

I really thought revised & expanded meant there would be more information & it would have the newest crystals, as well as the old. I'm hunting down the old book - it's nice & thick. This is only 110 pages. If you are looking for a 1-stop reference, this book is NOT for you!! VERY disappointed!

Update: I decided to keep this book & have found it helpful. I guess it was just not what I was expecting & looking for. I own Judy's "The Crystal Bible" 1, 2, & 3. I LOOOVE them. I'm still gonna search for a full book, though. I really want to find all information in 1 place... If it exists.
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A wonderful book,beautiful and informative! 11 octobre 2013
Par NannyAcorn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Big, glossy paged book with great photos of crystals. I found it very interesting ,with very clear photgraphs. There is a crystal index at the beginning to look up a stone and an index in the back to look up various related topics. I've been looking for just this kind of book for quite awhile and I'm happy to have found it!
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Metaphysical Use? Yes. Minerology Reference? No 6 octobre 2014
Par L. Mccullough-delorme - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am a crystal healer, I sell crystals and have over 25 years of experience. I love Judy's work for the most part, but this book has a few problems. I am not overly interested in the mineralogy/geologic aspect of stones and do focus more on the metaphysical aspects, so in that sense it's great. The pictures are wonderful and while I have never met Judy, a kind essence seems to radiate from the pages.

However, it is hard to ignore some of the factual errors regarding the mineralogy/geological aspects. I am not even as interested in them, but I do at least want to get the right information for my customers. I have had to do extensive research on various stones listed just to make sure that I am not giving my customers wrong information based on this book. The metaphysical aspects are intuitive for the most part and gemstone guides are like dream symbol books and open to interpretation based on how a stone affects you personally, but the geological information isn't as easily played with and when you get it wrong, you get it wrong.

I wanted the "source" I use to be reliable so that my customers and I could learn together, but I've had to "correct the book" a few times and frankly, it makes me enormously uncomfortable because while I do have some knowledge and my customers appreciate it, I'm not a name like Judy Hall and its hard to tell your customer that a well-respected "expert" got it wrong, especially when I don't even claim to study mineralogy. Yet, because of the need to research those aspects when a customer has a question, I'm quickly becoming an expert in finding mistakes in this book. The confusing part is that while many people want a source of good information on all aspects of a stone...there are also many who want decent pictures for identification and commonly attributed metaphysical healing attributes...and this book does that very well. p.s. I bought this book from a local shop so that is why it isn't a verified purchase.
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Comprehensive, great one-stop shop 25 janvier 2014
Par K. Mullen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am very pleased with this book. I had been debating on the Crystal Bibles 1, 2, and 3. Though I wanted one book and no redundancy. This book delivered. The photography is beautiful and I like the color code organization. You can reference by name in the index.
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