Azeztulite: Stone Of The Nameless Light

Azeztulite is mostly known as a clear or white quartz stone, but also comes in other colors such as pink, yellow, and a golden amber color. It is a stone of the New Age and a relative newcomer to all. It is an extremely high vibrational and positive stone that never needs cleansing or charging. The name comes from star or inter-dimensional beings named the Azez who connected with those credited with the rediscovery of the stone in 1991. One of these founders, Robert Simmons, was told to name the stone Azeztulite for the "Nameless Light". For further information on the Azez and the naming of this stone please read Robert Simmons' The Book of Stones or his Stones of the New Consciousness. It's a fascinating story.

White Azeztulite


Azeztulite was originally found in North Carolina in 1970 and no information is given on it being named at that time. It was found in a depleted Beryllium mine and possibly was considered a quartz. It was not named Azeztulite until a box of these crystals were sent to Robert Simmons in 1991.

Thirty years later it was found again in Vermont. Since then further sites have been mined in South India (producing Satyaloka Azeztulite), the Rocky Mountains (producing Pink Azeztulite), near the Himalayan Range (producing Himalaya Golden Azeztulite) and 2 new mines in North Carolina (producing Sanda Rosa Azeztulite). Additionally, new mines have been found in New Zealand and an island off the coast of Africa.

It is interesting to note, when Robert Simmons first received the box of crystals he thought they were Phenacite due to their high vibration. He soon realized these were the stones he had been told by his psychic friend Naisha Ahsian would be coming to him, which were to be named Azeztulite. These stones have an even higher vibration than Phenacite which had been considered to have the highest frequency at the time.

Pink Azeztulite Heart


Melody in Love is in the Earth wrote, “When using it in meditation it facilitates a cleaner and easier entry and assists on in attaining the state of no mind.” She further tells us, “In addition, it has been used in the treatment of cellular disorders, cancer, and inflammation of tissue. It has been used with the infirm to provide insight to purpose and to assist in the restoration of the will.”

Judy Hall in The Crystal Bible informs us that “Most of Azeztulite's healing work is at the spiritual vibration, working on the chakra connections to higher reality and facilitating a vibrational shift.” She also says, “A rare and light-bearing crystal, Azeztulite is a stone for the New Age. Its extremely pure vibration, one of the most refined in the mineral kingdom, is attuned to the highest frequencies.” And, “It brings higher frequencies down to the earth to aid spiritual evolution.”

Robert Simmons in The Pocket Book of Stones explains, “It is distinguished from other Quartz primarily by its powerful high vibrational currents.” Further he tells us, “It is the key stone of the New Consciousness and can elevate the energies of all other stones.”

Moldau Quartz


Azeztulite gets along with many stones. You can find a wide selection of them online in our Robert Simmons Collection. To give a few examples, when you combine Azeztulite with Prasiolite, a green Amethyst, you can receive excellent guidance and direction. Using Azeztulite with Epidote is said to help awaken your Kundalini. Simmons recommends working with Moldau Quartz in conjunction with Moldavite and Azeztulite, to enhance all of their energies and connect the highest spiritual realms to our heart.

By all accounts the humble looking Azeztulite is an extraordinary stone to use in meditation and help one on their evolutionary journey. However, most will warn you to use it sparingly at first until you acclimate yourself to its intense energetic frequencies. Many have experienced unpleasant side effects by diving headfirst with Azeztulite without becoming fully assimilated to it. It is recommended to meditate with a grounding stone such as Apache Tear or Black Tourmaline after using Azeztulite. Most have said once they did acclimate they felt the initial discomfort was well worth it and now find working with Azeztulite to be exhilarating.