Crystals and Sacred Sites

I know it seems like I’m always super excited and gushing, but how excited was I to be given the opportunity to review the newest book by Judy Hall, the author of “The Crystal Bible”? The answer is, jumping up and down excited because as you may remember, I love minerals and gemstones. Judy Hall’s new book, “Crystals and Sacred Sites: Use Crystals to Access the Power of Sacred Landscapes for Personal and Planetary Transformation” does not disappoint.

Hall posits an intriguing theory. If you know the crystal or crystals associated with a location, you can align yourself with, connect with, and visit sacred locations. (Although I don’t see why you couldn’t use this for any location.) This means you learn about predictable locations such as Stonehenge and Glastonbury, but also unexpected spots like Pipestone National Monument in Minnesota and Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta Canada.

“Crystals and Sacred Sites” is oversized and entirely in full color. The images of the crystals are beautiful. This book is informative, thought provoking, and attractive. It’s equally at home on a shelf in your study or out on an end table as a picture book. “Crystals and Sacred Sites” is a welcome addition to category of books on crystals.

A diminished example of the beautiful work in Hall's book.