The Lemurian Seed Crystals are mined in Brazil. They were found at the top of a hill that was being strip mined for quartz. These naturally formed generators were found separately in sand, and were not attached to clusters. They immediately got attention because they were not like the rest of the quartz found in clusters in that area. Some, but not all, carry a pink to reddish glow. These unique crystals are clear quartz, but instead of being shiny, they appear frosted or dull, like they have a matte finish. Their most unique characteristic in is a series of horizontal striations running up one or more sides of the crystals.