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What Is The Difference Between Black Obsidian And Apache Tears?
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I've just bought a piece of Apache Tears. I was looking for a larger piece of obsidian for scrying, I wondered what the difference was between the two. I didnt know Apache Tears was translucent till i read your detail about it ... amazing. Thanks for all the info on all the crystals its great!




Hi L,

Thank you for your inquiry. I love Apache Tears, they are exceptional with aiding the grieving process, and all around supportive. Apache Tears are actually a type of Black Obsidian, but you can find a nice story of their namesake here:­Html­Legends/Apache_Tear_Drop­Apache.html

A lot of Apache Tearsare pitted unless you buy them tumbled, and for the purposes of scrying many prefer a smooth surface to gaze into.

Crystal Blessings~

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I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. The information offered here is based on a combination of my own personal experiences and that of others on using crystals for healing. My hope is that you will let your own intuition guide your path in working with crystals as well.

Posted on November 11, 2013
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