The Crystal Bible PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: The Crystal Bible
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  • Publisher: Godsfield Press Ltd
  • Data Published: 06 July 2009
  • ISBN: 1841813613
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  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 48MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 400 pages
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The Crystal Bible has become the world's favourite crystal reference guide, having sold over a million copies. The directory format enables you to find a known crystal instantly or to identify an unknown crystal. It covers the practical and esoteric properties of each stone, including spiritual, mental, psychological, emotional and physical effects, plus its use in crystal healing. Encompassing traditional and contemporary crystal lore, this book draws on Judy Hall's 35 years of experience in this field. It is an indispensable reference for crystal lovers everywhere.

About Judy H. Hall

Judy Hall has over 30 years' experience in crystal healing and is the author of the bestselling titles The Illustrated Guide to Crystals, The Crystal User's Handbook, Crystal Healing, The Crystal Bible, The New Crystals, Crystal Love and The Encyclopedia of Crystals.

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    Truthfist
    5 July 2016

    Clare loves writing; she wants to become a Journalist.

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    Donn
    01 March 2016

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      Arcanewood
      24 March 2016

      We have come to accept that the ability to flip back and forth is important because in many non-fiction books we *had to*, but I see this as (for most books that aren't pure reference) a flaw that was always there, and ebooks merely surfaced this flaw. If we consider the reasons people feel compelled to flip back and forth, it almost always reflects a problem in the bookЙ like relying on the reader's memory rather than carrying the context forward so the reader doesn't HAVE to go back.

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      Nidia
      9 January 2016

      Can you tell me which to use in the following sentence?

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    Copen
    9 March 2016

    @ChristineKraft again, an hour later: "Uplifted. Your book makes a tremendous contribution, @ePatientDave. Not a single sentence wasted. Book group must-read!

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