The Seven Crystal System

Since previously talking about the number seven, I felt compelled to continue with the “Seven Crystal System” relating it to the Seven Chakras.  I am only touching on the Seven Crystal System with basic information, as this is not an area of my expertise.

Although if you’re interested in this crystal system and would like to further your studies, I would highly recommend you purchase the book called, “Spiritual Value of Gem Stones written by Wally and Jenny Richardson and Lenora Huett, and also the book “The Complete Illustrated Guide to Crystal Healing”, written by Simon Lilly, and for detailed pictures go to the Crystal Age Website page “The Seven Crystal System”. (

Note: some of the information was taken in part/ referenced from the books and website mentioned above.

The Seven Crystal System is a method of classifying crystals according to their atomic lattice or structure. The atomic lattice is a three-dimensional network of atoms that are arranged in a symmetrical pattern. The shape of the lattice determines not only which crystal system the stone belongs to, but all of its physical properties and appearance.

With the exception of Opal, Amber, Moldavite and Obsidian, since they are amorphous – (without shape) all minerals will crystallize within one of the seven basic crystal systems, (Trigonal, Cubic, Hexagonal, Tetragonal, Orthorhombic, Monoclinic, Triclinic), and therefore each system, obeying the Law of Attraction, gathers together those atoms which then vibrate together in unison and harmony, producing a form, a crystal, an aggregation of atoms.

Amorphous has no crystal structure. Most of these are either cooled too quickly to crystallize, such as obsidian or Moldavite, or are organic such as amber. Common Amorphous Minerals: Amber, Moldavite, Obsidian and Opal.

The Trigonal System stones relate to “our bodies foundation”, the 1st chakra, (the root/ the base/ kundalini).  The Trigonal shape crystal gives off energy; it radiates energy useful for balancing the body’s subtle energy, especially where our lack of energy is the problem.

The Cubic System stones are associated with qualities of our bodies movement and flow of energy to enjoy and to explore, to develop emotions and attachments”, the 2nd chakra, (sacral/sexual). The Cubic stone relates to “basic nature”.

The Hexagonal System stones relate to “our bodies control center”, it deals with our energy, giving us the ability to live our lives more productively and in an effective way. The 3rd chakra, (solar plexus) encourages growth, motivation and change.

The Tetragonal System stone is associated with “our bodies balancing of nature”, giving and receiving, positive and negative, our yin and yang. This crystal system can be both absorbing and reflective. The 4th chakra, (heart) is the midpoint of our entire chakra system, (there are three above this chakra and there are three below).

The Orthorhombic System stones relate to “our perspective and focus”, this stones quality is protecting and encompassing. The 5th chakra (throat) deals with communication.

The Monoclinic System stones relate to “expansion and contraction”, these crystals have a pulsating action stabilizing but encouraging to activity on some level. The 6th chakra, (brow/third eye), is the gateway to your higher self and spiritual communication.

The Triclinic System stones relate to “totality and completion” accessing different states of consciousness and finer, nonphysical dimensions. The 7th chakra, (crown) is our connection to the whole of creation.

Please Note: the above information was taken in part/ referenced from both books by; Wally and Jenny Richardson and Lenora Huett, called “Spiritual Value of Gem Stones” and by Simon Lilly, “The Complete Illustrated Guide to, and Crystal Healing” and from The Crystal Age Website. Crystal Age Website page “the Seven Crystal System”

Laura “Labefana”  Colavito-Agosta

The Number “7”

The Number # 7 and the Chakras

I received a letter in the mail which I found to be quite interesting. So much so, that I wanted to share it with you.

This past July while I was working on my seminar, “Basic Knowledge and Understanding of Intuitive Reading”, a seminar designed to focus on Intuitive readings while introducing many topics in order to open your intuition and provoke individual thought and interpretation. The seminar primarily covers hands on, interactive basic understanding of the Tarot Cards, incorporating colors, chakras, and symbolism with additional subjects being introduced and discussed such as, how ordinary playing cards, crystals, meditation, incense, oils, herbs, flowers, aromatherapy, candles, auras, spirits and other methods of opening your senses interact to enhance tarot card readings. The letter I received in the mail while working on my seminar happened to be a spiritual letter from a ministry. It referred to how many times God uses the number “Seven” in the Bible. How there are “Seven Miracles”, “The Seven Spirits of God” and “The Seven Senses of man.”

You must realize, I was finishing the last section of my seminar which happened to be about “chakras”.  To be specific, I was writing ” how there are over 200 chakras, but there are “7” that we always refer to and work with.”  I thought to myself, what timing to receive such a letter about the number “7”, and how it connected to the topics I am discussing within my lecture.  Not only that, when I finally I agreed to enlighten others with a different approach with my seminar, it was in July. I received the letter on July the 7th.  I finished in the time frame I agreed upon, also in July. As mentioned before, I found this to be interesting and thought you might  too.

There are “Seven Chakras”, “Seven Miracles”, “The Seven Spirits of God” and “The Seven Senses of man.”

The Seven Chakras

7th Crown (purple/violet): located at the top of the head and represents “beginning”.

6th Brow (Indigo): located in the center of the forehead between the eyebrows, it is the gateway to your higher self and spiritual communication.

5th Throat (blue): located in the throat; it is linked with communication and the coming together of the spiritual and the physical.

4th Heart (green): located in the middle of the chest; it is associated with love and compassion.

3rd Solar Plexus (yellow): located where the ribcage meets above the stomach, it forms the creative center, the seat of emotions and autonomy.

2nd Sacral (spleen) (orange): located beneath the navel, it is connected to sexuality and rejuvenation.

1st  Root (red): located at the base of the spine; it grounds us in the physical world.

The Number Seven in the Bible

Creation accomplished in 7 Days. (Genesis 2:2)

Joseph’s 7 Years of plenty followed by 7 Years of famine. (Genesis 41:26, 27)

7 Feasts in Mosaic Law (refer to the Old Testament, esp. Numbers and Leviticus)

Joshua and his men marched around Jericho 7 Times. (Joshua 6:15)

Namaan had to dip 7 Times in the Jordan River to be healed (II Kings 5:14)

The Psalmist said, “7 times a day do I praise thee.” (Psalm 119:164)

7 Parables in Matthew: (St. Matthew, chapter 13)

Jesus blessed 7 Loaves, and 7 Baskets of fragments were taken up. (St. Mark 8:5)

7 Gifts in Romans. (Romans 12:6-8)

7 Eternal Things in Hebrews: God,1:11; Salvation, 5:9; Jesus, 13:8; King of Peace, 7:2; Spirit, 9:14; Inheritance, 9:15;  Sacrifice, 10:12; and 13:20

 In the Book of Revelation:

7 Churches: Revelation 1:4

7 Golden Candlesticks: Revelation 1:12

7 Spirits: Revelation: 1:4 

7 Stars Revelation: 1:20

7 Seals: Revelation: 5:1

7 Trumpets: Revelation 8:2; 8:6-13; 9:1-14; 11:15

7 Plagues: Revelation: 15:6

7 Vials: Revelation: 15:7

Each of these seven revelations was accompanied by the reminder of a miracle that Jesus did.

The First Miracle: Was when Jesus fed 5000 people with two fish and five loaves.  (St. Matthew 14:7).

The Second Miracle: Was the miracle with money in the mouth of a fish. (St. Matthew 7:27).

The Third Miracle: Was when Jesus spokes to the winds and the waves in the storm and said: “Peace, Be Still”. (St. Mark 4:39).

The Fourth Miracle: Was when he walked on water (St. Mark 6:48).

The Fifth Miracle: Was casting out Demons (St. Matthew 8:16).

The Sixth Miracle: Was opening blind eyes. (St. Mark 8:23-25).

The Seventh Miracle: That came before him so vividly was the healing of the woman who touched the hem of his garment. (St. Mark 5:25-29).

Seven Senses of Man

1) Sense of Thought
2) Sense of Touch
3) Sense of Smell
4) Sense of Sight
5) Sense of Taste
6) Sense of Hearing
7) Sense of Perception/Percept

The Seven Spirits of God

1) Spirit of Knowledge
2) Spirit of Love
3) Spirit of Faith
4) Spirit of Truth
5) Spirit of Wisdom
6) Spirit of Understanding
7) Spirit of Strength

Laura “Labefana” Colavito-Agosta

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