Stromatolite

  Fossils are a wonderful tool to assist you in moving from the old to the new and to be receptive to the fresh, innovative forces that are available to you. Fossils can assist you in your quest for transition, transformation and personal growth, helping you to understand the process of...

Black Moonstone

Black Moonstone has a strong energy to aid you to connect to the Divine Feminine during meditation. Like the lovely rainbow crystals they resonate within the highest chakras, which may assist with the development of psychic gifts. Their vibration is effective within the navel chakra to help with the emergence...

Moonstone

Moonstone is a beautiful shimmery stone that has always been surrounded by a great deal of magic and mystique. It is even regarded as holy in many cultures. In India, it is regarded as a “dream stone” that brings its wearer beautiful visions during the night. In Arabic countries, it...

Amphibole Quartz

Amphibole Quartz Properties and Meaning – Amphibole Quartz Crystals have inclusions, mostly consisting of (yellow) Limonite, (red) Hematite, (white) Kaolinite, and (pink) Lithium. This Quartz is from Bahia, Brazil. Read more about Amphibole Quartz healing properties information and view the beautiful photo galleries down below. Amphibole Quartz is also known by...

Rhodonite

Belonging to the pyroxenoid mineral group, rhodonite is an attractive rose red colored manganese inosilicate that often has black manganese oxide dendrite vein impurities running throughout it, providing beautiful contrast. The famous pink color is reflected in the “rhodon” part of its name, which is the Greek word for “rose.”...

Black Obsidian

Obsidian is a talisman of those who dare to see…the past, the future, or one’s own inner demons and darkest truths. It is no ordinary stone, but nature’s glass formed from volcanic lava and hardened so quickly it formed no crystalline structure. It has no boundaries or limitations, and works...

Pyrite

Pyrite, also known as “fools gold,” is a widespread and common iron sulfide that is pale brassy yellow in coloration and may contain trace amounts of silver, gold, cobalt and nickel. It exhibits an isometric crystal system, a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on the Moh's scale, a specific gravity...

Blue Calcite

Calcite, which comes in dozens of colours, is a form of calcium carbonate, which is the mineral that makes up chalk. While its name comes from the German word calcit (meaning limestone) and only came into use relatively recently, in the ancient world, calcite was grouped together with gypsum and...

Sodalite

Sodalite is a sodium aluminum silicate with chlorine and sometimes sulfur. It is named for its sodium content. It was discovered in West Greenland in the Ilimaussaq intrusive complex, in 1811. However, it wasn't really fully appreciated until 1891, though, when large amounts of it were discovered in Canada and...

Orange Calcite

Calcite in all of its forms is found all over the world and is one of the most common minerals in existence. The orange calcite variety is no less abundant. Given its abundance, orange calcite can be found in large deposits that allow it to be worked into large pieces...

Smoky Quartz

Smoky quartz sometimes also goes by the names “cairngorm,” “smoky topaz,” “morion,” or “smoky citrine.” It is commonly found worldwide, but notable locations include Brazil and the United States. It is a variation of quartz (and therefore a silicon dioxide crystal) that may come in brown, black or gray and...

Onyx

Onyx is a type of chalcedony that is banded. The bands may range from white to almost any other color (with black and white being the most common) and, unlike the chaotic banding often present in agates, are parallel to one another. Onyx is a cryptocrystalline mineral that consists of...