Thunder Geode as beautiful gifts from mother earth. They appear like normal rocks from outside but once sliced open we discover a delicate druzy of crystals sparkling inside. Geodes form in hollow pockets under the earth that have silica-rich solutions deposits. The first quick cooling layer contains microscopic crystals forming bands of chalcedony, as the crystallisation process slows down larger well-formed crystals form the final layer of sparkling quartz.
These unique and beautiful forms hold and amplify energy which is then diffused and softened. Geodes are often used for protection or spiritual aid and growth. They usually look like normal rocks on the outside, but when you slice or crack them in half you discover delicate druze of quartz crystals sparkling on the inside.