Written content on this website has been a collaboration of many people. Every article that is written and published is produced by a combination of experts in the industry and professional writers. The following is a list of authors who we would like to give a special thanks to, for their large contribution to the site’s written assets.
Afiya Orara is a writer from Gary, Indiana. She is also a crystal healer and medicine woman. Her lineage is Choctaw and Blackfoot. During the spring of 2013, during a vision she received the name Rainbow Eagle Crystal Medicine Woman from her ancestors. Afiya has many pieces of turquoise from her ancestors as well as from her travels to the far east.
Andrew is a writer and content editor from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Andrew specializes in knowledge of turquoise mines, gem identification, and general Southwestern history.
Brenda DeHaan is a Certified Crystal Healer through the Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy, is a member of the World Metaphysical Association, and is a Healing Touch practitioner. She is also a school librarian, English teacher, freelance writer, and jewelry creator specializing in Wire-wrapping semiprecious tumbled gemstones is her specialty.
Debra is a technical and creative writer from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has vast knowledge in Native American and New Mexico history with experience working in local Museums around the state. Debora has performed artist interviews and written blog articles for Turquoise Skies. See Blog Articles by Debra Doggett
Jeffery is a researcher and academic writer from Tularosa, New Mexico. He is specializes in Native and Latin American Studies. Jeffery is also faculty representative for a Native American Student Group at NMSU. He has contributed tremendously to the research and writing of the Native American Jewelry and art guides here on the site as well as written blog articles on related topics. See Blog Articles by Jeffery Bacon
Mathew is a writer from Aztec, New Mexico. Mathew has contributed tremendously to the written content on the website from blog posts and technical writing, to jewelry descriptions.