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Stan
 #1 
Anybody know where I can find sauralite azeztulite crystals?
Scientist say it will cure my diabetes!
Stan

Harry Polly
 #2 
Stan,

New one on me.  Never heard of the minerals.  Try this website and see if anything comes up.  http://www.mindat.org
Earl
 #3 
Hi Stan.Is this "scientist" also offering to sell you shares in the Brooklyn bridge?I wonder if it also reverses kidney failure brought on by diabetes?
                  Let me know,Earl
Al O
 #4 
Stan,
   If you are into metaphysical things, sauralite azeztulite is the trade name for quartz coming from Australia or New Zealand. It is hard to keep up with these people who make up and attach some marketing name in a rather willy-nilly fashion (no truly scientific reason) and often are not correct in stating a locality. Someone has even tried to trademark the name azeztulite. As such, sauralite azeztulite is not a true mineral name, just a marketing ploy for quartz. Go find some quartz and save yourself a big bundle of money as pieces of this metaphysical stuff about an inch long can hit you for over $100.00 . A nice little piece of quartz without the fancy healing power name should cost you less than $5.00. Plain old azeztulite is just common quartz, mostly pebbles. Adding sauralite to the name really makes no sense as it is also not a mineral name. You now have two false mineral names for double the price. Now that is a real marketing ploy.
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Al O
krystal lynn hund
 #5 
If its up to me, I make a law to only use scientific names and do away with ALL gemology naming. If its a Corundum and its red, then CALL IT A RED CORUNDUM!!! 
Earl
 #6 
If quartz crystals really had any metaphysical healing properties then I would surely be in excellent health as I must have hundreds of thousands of them in my geode collection!All of this kidney dialysis stuff must be totally unneccessary!
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