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Table Of Contents

Introduction
The Championship of Ireland and the Crystal Bird
The Crystal Trees
The Crystal Ball
The Ring of Invisibility
The Two Swords of Galahad — The Sword in the Stone
The Two Swords of Galahad — The Sword of David
The Two Swords of Arthur — The Sword in the Stone
The Two Swords of Arthur — Excalibur
The Crystal Palace
Princess Velandinenn and the Diamond Ring
The Crystal Cross of Glastonbury
Freya’s Necklace, Brisingamen
The Lake Maiden and the Carbuncle Ring
The Cow-herd and the Goddess Holda
The Draught of Inspiration and the Crystal Cave
The Fisherman and the Genie and The King of the Ebony Isles
The Book of Thoth
The Jewels of the Gods and the Insatiable Sea
The Turquoise Pendant
About Moyra Caldecott
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Crystal Legends by Moyra Caldecott

Crystal Legends by Moyra Caldecott

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Stories drawn from world mythology retold with commentaries to show the significance of crystals and precious stones as symbolic icons in a variety of traditions.

Crystals and gemstones have been a source of fascination since Neolithic times; they endure when the bones of those they have adorned have turned to dust. Such was the profundity of crystal lore that ancient peoples incorporated crystals and gemstones as dynamic and potent symbols in their legends and myths.

In Crystal Legends Moyra Caldecott approaches crystals from a new angle, retelling stories drawn from world mythology which show the significance of crystals and precious stones as symbolic icons in a variety of traditions. In addition, she gives in-depth commentaries on their esoteric meaning and significance for us. From Buddhist and biblical texts, European and Egyptian tales, Arthurian and Atlantean legends, this fascinating collection will appeal to anyone with an interest in the power of crystals and the eternal journey of the soul towards enlightenment.
Stories drawn from world mythology retold with commentaries to show the significance of crystals and precious stones as symbolic icons in a variety of traditions.

Crystals and gemstones have been a source of fascination since Neolithic times; they endure when the bones of those they have adorned have turned to dust. Such was the profundity of crystal lore that ancient peoples incorporated crystals and gemstones as dynamic and potent symbols in their legends and myths.

In Crystal Legends Moyra Caldecott approaches crystals from a new angle, retelling stories drawn from world mythology which show the significance of crystals and precious stones as symbolic icons in a variety of traditions. In addition, she gives in-depth commentaries on their esoteric meaning and significance for us. From Buddhist and biblical texts, European and Egyptian tales, Arthurian and Atlantean legends, this fascinating collection will appeal to anyone with an interest in the power of crystals and the eternal journey of the soul towards enlightenment.

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