Monatomic Andara Crystals of Northern California

Aloha Everyone,

It has been brought to my attention that there may be some confusion about where my Monatomic Andara crystals come from.  I recently received a request for clarification via e-mail.  Here is a copy of the e-mail I received:

From: Jan
To: Mark
Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 8:04 AM
Subject: Re: New Andaras in stock

HELLO,
 
THANKS FOR YOUR EMAIL ON YOUR ‘NEW’ ORDER OF ANDARAS.  I WANTED TO GET CLEAR ON SOMETHING HOWEVER.  MY UNDERSTANDING IS THAT THE ANDARAS COME FROM THE ‘DONNER’ AREA NEAR LAKE TAHOE, & NOT MT. SHASTA.  IS THIS ANOTHER FIND OF ANDARAS IN THE MT. SHASTA AREA?  I KNOW THAT MT. SHASTA IS QUITE A DISTANCE FROM THE DONNER AREA IN CALIFORNIA, SO WOULD ASSUME THESE ANDARAS LISTED HERE & ON YOUR WEBSITE ARE FROM MT. SHASTA & NOT THE DONNER AREA AS YOU DESCRIBE.
 
WOULD YOU PLEASE CLARIFY THIS LOCATIONAL QUESTION? 
 
THANKYOU,
JAN

Here is my reply:

From: Mark
To: Jan
Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 11:41 AM
Subject: Re: New Andaras in stock

Aloha Jan,
 
Thanks for the question,  here is the location as listed on my website:
 
Andara Crystal – The Philosopher’s Stone
 
In 1995, a unique mineral deposit was discovered near one of earth’s high-energy vortex sites in the Shasta Mountain region of northern California.  Monatomic Elements of Gold, Silver, Iridium, Rhodium, Chromium, Platinum, and other monatomic minerals were found in this deposit.  This natural mineral complex exhibits extraordinary properties that strengthen and stabilize the electromagnetic fields of the human body.
 
The location is listed as the “Shasta mountain region” on the Nevada side of the Sierra Nevada mountains.  I was asked to not pinpoint the actual location too closely to protect both Nellies property and the sacred sites there. I appoligize for the confusion, but these are authentic Monatomic Andara crystals from the sacred Indian lands owned by Nellie.
 
I was asked to do this because of the number of people searching for the site without getting Nellies permission.  For both personal reasons and privacy, Nellie has chosen not to make this location public knowledge.
 
If you have any other questions, just let me know and I will do my best to answer them.
 
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
 
Namaste
mark

When I first started carrying Monatomic Andara crystals in 2002, my contact with Nellie was very specific on not revealing the location.  In my research on Andara crystals, I did interview several people that have been to the actual site to confirm authenticity.  These were people of the highest character; healers, light workers, and scientists.

I was asked to give the following as a location of the site, “Between Mt. Shasta and Donner’s Pass, in the High Sierra mountains of Northern California.”  Over the years I have shortened this to the “Mt Shasta region of Northern California”, having seen this description used by others. 

I had thought that the word “region” as used would convey a sense of  location without being too specific. Born and raised on Kauai, my sense of a region or area is less specific, or as we say here, “Hawaiian style”, relaxed. To my dismay, I have been informed otherwise.

Jan’s reply to my e-mail:

From: Jan
To: Mark
Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 12:54 PM
Subject: Re: New Andaras in stock

MARK~
 
THE ONLY ISSUE NOW IS PEOPLE FROM MT. SHASTA ARE QUESTIONING,’WHAT DO YOU MEAN THE ANDARAS ARE FOUND HERE??  I HAVE GOOD FRIENDS THAT LIVE THERE & THAT IS WHAT I AM GETTING, SO I’LL TRY TO CLEAR IT UP.  I MIGHT RECOMMEND THAT YOU LIST THE LOCATION AS ‘NORTHERN CALIFORNIA,’ THIS WAY YOU WOULDN’T HAVE ANY DISCREPANCIES TO CONTEND WITH, & NEITHER WOULD THOSE OF US THAT ARE KNOWLEDGABLE ABOUT THE ANDARAS.  I KNOW ‘MT. SHASTA’ HAS A MUCH MORE APPEALING RING TO IT GIVEN THE METAPHYSICAL NATURE SO THAT WAS PROBABLY ATTRACTIVE.
 
THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY.
 
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU,
JAN

I’d like to thank Jan for bringing this to my attention, as it has never been my intention to mislead.  I have made all the necessary changes to list the location as “the High Sierra Mountains of Northern California”, in order to conform to Nellie’s request for privacy and Jan’s request for clarity. 

I apologize for the confusion this may have caused, and look forward to continued community service.