I'm feeling a bit weirded out. This morning, against my better judgment I ended up spending too much. I decided to visit the "lab instruments shop" run by the neighborhood geologist whom I suspect is an undercover new-ager. He was displaying a new shipment from Minas Gerais. After passing over the amethysts, I felt drawn to a smoky quartz and a Mexican selenite. (I was actually in the market for a labradorite, having found out it was the birthstone I held in common with both my mother and my dad).
I also had rational reasons for buying the selenite, but Smoky called out the loudest. It was the most curious-looking thing. It was almost an amethyst, but practically blended into the citrine shelf. Shaped like a wand, it seemed to have the hieroglyph of either a sitting man or a flamingo, depending on your viewing angle. (Looking at the photo just now, there even seems to be a pharaonic eye).
So I paid the 9 bucks as the price for my curiosity, only noting later that the third side of the hexagonal "obelisk" (it really looked like an obelisk) was striated. There was another striated band that had either been cut-off or broken, but where it had broken, there seemed to be a pattern of dots and bubbles like the "starseed" photo.
Hence, the newbie question: is this what you call Lemurian?