ENHYDROS-The definition of an enhydro crystal is a crystal that has
entrapped water within its structure. In order to identify an
enhydro crystal you have to be able to move the crystal and actually
see the water move-whether it is ever so slightly, or a long track
They definitely work on restoring Divine Flow. In one crystal this
Divine Flow might be for blood flow or other body function. In
another, the function might be to restore Divine Flow to the
emotions, another for channeling, another for tantric energy.
Whatever type of Divine Flow the crystal is oriented toward,
enhydros assist in that.
The other unique thing about enhydro crystals is that they are
anchors and balancers for the Divine Feminine....All of the pure
water sources on Earth anchor connection to the Divine Feminine, or
Goddess, and to the Holy Mother very specifically.
An enhydro crystal contains water that has been entrapped for at
least hundreds of thousands of years and usually for millions of
years. So in a really large crystal that contains a pocket of water
you hold in your hand, the source of that divine connection is the
equivalent of the Grail cup in its receptivity to the divine. The
Grail is a symbol of the empty cup that is receptive to, and filled
by Holy Mother Goddess, and Holy Father God. The enhydro crystals
hold water that has been held in purity and energized by the
crystals for such a long time that if all the water sources on Earth
were polluted the enhydros would be the only remaining connection to
the Goddess. They help us live in receptivity to the divine. They
help us remember what Divine Flow is, and hopefully to live in the
purity of divine Flow in every way.
In some cultures the definition of God is the consciousness that
penetrates all of life in the form of Love and Light. In order to be
affected by God we must be able and willing to receive this Love and
Light. With the walls that most humans have created through
emotional repression, avoidance, rigid thinking, ego identity,
control, and denials most have lost a great deal of, or almost
complete connection to God, or Divine Source. If you have an enhydro
crystal and you are fortunate to be the guardian of it for a time,
ask it to help you remember how to live in Divine Flow. Ask it to
anchor the energy of the Holy Grail and to help you be a receptive
vessel to that which is Divine and to be so pure that that which is
not divine, which is illusion, cannot penetrate you.
(excerpts from Namibian Crystals
Here's some information from a gemological point of view:
Scientists call the quartz with moving bubbles fluid inclusions.
That is what they are and that is what we should call them – fluid
inclusions. Geodes with water are called enhydros. It would be
better to call the things we see at gem shows "bubbles" than
enhydros. Not a single article or book on fluid inclusions that I
have seen even mentions the term enhydros.
There is a significant difference between enhydros and fluid
inclusions. While enhydros may form by trapping water at the time
they are formed, the walls of the geode are porous and water can
leave or enter the enhydros.
....they are also much more common that you might imagine. I will
define both, but here is how fluid inclusions form. Minerals grow by
adding elements to their surfaces, edges, and corners. Quartz
crystals grow in many environments, but they commonly form by growth
out of a hydrothermal solution – hot ground water containing
dissolved silica. Growth rates and mechanisms are complex subjects
and some scientists spend years on this single area of research. It
is enough for our purposes here to know that different parts of a
single crystal or crystal face can grow at different rates. When
this happens microscopic pits develop in the crystal faces. These
become the vessels for our bubble bearing liquid.
When a liquid is heated it expands, when it cools it contracts.
Solids like quartz also expand and contract, but to a much smaller
rate. An everyday example of expanding and contracting liquids is
the liquid in a glass thermometer.
Scientists call these trapped liquids and their bubbles fluid
inclusions. They are quite common and very fascinating. The white
color of milky quartz is due to thousands or perhaps millions of
microscopic fluid inclusions. Gemologists see inclusions when they
look at certain gemstones (emerald is a good example) with a
microscope. The liquid is not always water. A common fluid in ore
forming processes is salty water.