Wind mills in general are mostly used for generating electricity, grinding grain, moving water and such, but this particular wind mill is quite different. It is providing power to the Quartz crystal, which in turn provides “anbarac” power for all sorts of devices, processes and alchemy.
I found the Wind Mill itself a while back, and then came across a small 40 rpm motor that I thought would be perfect to make the wind mill vanes turn. I spent quite a long time gathering the parts I needed and putting them in their place. With many fittings, and adjustments, I got it to all come together, and it works just fine.
The Brazilian Quartz crystal is of the highest quality, and I’ve mounted it on a gear toothed piece which in turn sits on a slab of Brazilian Agate. I’ve added a small, red, LED light under the crystal, and when the Wind Mill vanes turn, it lights up the crystal.
There is a small drawer that pulls out at the Wind Mill’s front, just under the vanes. Two pillars stand at the bottom of the stairway, topped with pearl colored spheres. I’ve cut and finished a slice of a hardwood called Corymbia Opaca, or Bloodwood, for the base, the bottom of which is covered with heavy felt to protect furniture.