I'm thinking that some (if not most) of the quartz points I've used to make wands are Lemurians. I have a whole bunch of jewelry-sized quartz points that I bought in bulk.
Understand, I did my main studying of crystal types back in the early '90s, which was a few years prior to the proliferation of channeled information that describes specific meanings for every last kind of quartz point that Nature has ever produced. So while I'm cognizant of what stones correspond to which chakra, and some of the specific uses of individual minerals, when it gets down to quartz point shapes, I am not always the one to ask about which shape does what.
Here is a perfect example of what a LOT of my laser jewelry points look like. Pay special attention to the point on the wand on the bottom. The horizontal striations, which are relatively faint, are nonetheless clear enough to be identifiable in this image, even though I was not making a point of highlighting them. The surface of this point is somewhat "granular" or not-glass-smooth; this is why the stone is giving a milky appearance under the light. However, the inner structure of the point itself IS clear and if I had the means and the desire to polish it, the result would be an entirely clear laser point.
I"m curious to get to know what a Lemurian looks like, because it's possible I could update my Etsy listings accordingly, to describe the quartz points I've used in more detail.
Rather than post a whole ton of links, here is the slideshow on Photobucket, with a bunch of close-ups.