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Description of Crystals
by Fire_Opal

A crystal is a solid material with a regular internal arrangement of atoms. Because of this orderly composition, it may form the smooth external surfaces called faces which allow us to see into the crystal when it is clear.
Most all stones are made in part of silica. The presence of this silica is what gives crystals their luminosity and crystal clearness. Crystal is brittle - as we are and as such is a reflection of ourselves. As we shatter our being, it is seen to be rigid and crystalline in structure.
Crystals are described as being clear, milky, having rainbow prisms within, or having fractures visible along with length.