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This is a short article with photos about a Mexican cave with geode crystals the size of pine trees...
Oh my goodness! That is absolutely gorgeous! It reminds me of the Fortress of Solitude, from the Superman movies of the 70's-80's. I can't imagine how lovely it must look in real life! They are just huge and so perfect! What energy and beauty we have hidden away!
Amazing! Thank you for posting that article with the pictures.
Can you imagine the energy you would feel walking through there? I'm sure it would be intense.
I am smiling. I love it. Thank you.
That is really fascinating !! Makes you wonder about those rumors of giant crystals in Atlantis .
Cannot wait to have time to read it all. How wonderful !
Thank you for the site.
Oh thankyou for that amazing sight! (site ;))
So truely beautiful! The earth is so rich and gorgeous! I'd love to think it would never be crawled all over by humans with their grubby work boots and destroyed with their pick axes and machinery. We have some beautiful crystal caves which I love exploring not far from where I live, and there is such a difference between the ones which are closed off and hardly seen, to the very viewed ones - even the atmosphere from outside causes harm.
I hope they leave them alone - and are not touched too much - they must be millions and millions of years old.
Blessings Elven x
isnt it lovely that "hidden" treasures never stop to leave a remnent for us to "find" absolutely amazing....
Can I live in the Crystal Cave? ehehehe
W O W !
thanks for that :)
Finally- some time back, I saw a pic like this in a brochure and tried (and failed) to find a similar pic on the net. Thanks for sharing!
That is amazing!! Would love to visit that cave sometime. :)
That cave is amazing! I don't know if I want to visit though. On the website they mention that the temps in the cave are over 150 degrees F with 100% humidity. They had to put gates on the entrances because people would get in to steal and then pass out and die within 10 minutes (they even say it was a struggle with 5 minutes of exposure to get the photos) and find the people "thouroughly baked" the next day. :bugeyed:
Thanks for sharing! :)
Magnificent. And unfortunately the next thought to cross my mind was 'How long before someone comes in and screws it all up?'