Auralite heads come from the top of the natural point. Auralite is often referred to as super seven.
Auralite crystals formed during the meso-proterozoic age. It is thought that at this time when multi cellular creatures first began to flourish, there were meteoric impacts which brought rare metallic ores to the surface of Earth. These ores eventually dissolved and blended with growing Amethyst crystal. The crystals are structured layers of three base quartz species (amethyst, citrine and a rare form of metamicted green quartz).
Auralite carries 35 elements and in each crystal, there are at least 17 of these combined. There are 23 minerals in its matrix, which include: Titanite, Cocoxenite, Lepidocrosite, Malachite, Hematite, Magnetite, Pyrolusite, Gold, Silver, Platinum, Nickel, Copper, Iron, Limonite, Shpalente, Covelite, Chalcopyrite, Gilaltite, Epidote, Bornite and Rutile.