Lemurian Seed Crystals were only discovered in the late 1900’s in sand banks near the Minas Gerais crystal mine in Brazil. What is very unusual about them is that they were scattered and found as individual crystals as opposed to the way they normally occur – in clusters of crystals in caves or areas of rock. Lemurian Seed Crystals were also found a few years later near a crystal mine in the Ural Mountains.
Lemurian Seed Crystals have a frosted appearance and have ladder-like striations along the face. Many also have raised triangles of crystal, sometimes called “recorders”. It is believed that the inhabitants of Lemuria, or Mu, left their ancient wisdom and information imbedded in these crystals that is much needed by humanity today.