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Waikato Crystals New Blog!

Hi everyone and welcome to my new blog! I plan on using this part of my website to create larger, more in depth posts (because character limits suck) to help educate all you crystal loving folk out there!


Some of these posts will be directed at tougher topics, such as frauds/scams and unethical mining conditions. The crystal and wellness communities are rife with misinformation and some seriously shady practices. I hope that this blog will provide everyone with a greater transparency around this industry, and encourage both sellers and buyers alike to ask more questions around the origins of their stones.


Now about me! For those new here, I am a qualified geologist (BSc(Tech), PgCert), with some experience as a mine planner here in NZ. I have been a reseller for almost 5 years now, a fossicker for New Zealand Gemstones for 3, and have been operating as a Registered Business for almost 1.5 years. I would like to think that makes me somewhat of an expert in the field, right? When I am not ranting about the industry, hunting for cool rocks, or selling them, I am a full time Gas Field Engineer!


Feel free to subscribe to my website for more blog updates/posts, I will hopefully have a post on a new topic every week!


I think that is it for now, stay safe and stay questioning!



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