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Mineral Kingdom

Amber

Amber has strong connections with the earth and is a grounding stone for higher energies. It is a powerful healer and cleanser that draws dis-ease from the body and promotes tissue revitalization. By absorbing pain and negative energy, Amber allows the body to rebalance and heal itself. It alleviates stress. It resonates with the throat, treating goiters and other throat problems.

Amethyst

Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz. The name comes from the Koine Greek αμέθυστος amethystos from α- a-, “not” and μεθύσκω (Ancient Greek) methysko / μεθώ metho (Modern Greek), “intoxicate”, a reference to the belief that the stone protected its owner from drunkenness. Ancient Greeks wore amethyst and carved drinking vessels from it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication.

Calcite mineral from the group of carbonate

Calcite

Calcite is a powerful amplifier and cleanser of energy. Simply having Calcite in the room cleans negative energies from the environment and heightens your energy. Within the body, it removes stagnant energy, calms the mind, stimulates insights, and boosts memory, confers the ability to change ideas into action. It is a useful stone for study.

Carnelian

Carnelian (also spelled cornelian) is a brownish-red mineral commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Similar to carnelian is sard, which is generally harder and darker (the difference is not rigidly defined, and the two names are often used interchangeably). Both carnelian and sard are varieties of the silica mineral chalcedony colored by impurities of iron oxide. The color can vary greatly, ranging from pale orange to an intense almost-black coloration. Significant localities include Yanacodo, Peru, and Ratnapura, Sri Lanka. It has been found in Indonesia, Brazil, India, Russia (Siberia), and Germany.

Celestine (celestite)

Celestine (the IMA-accepted name) or celestite is a mineral consisting of strontium sulfate (SrSO4). The mineral is named for its occasional delicate blue color. Celestine and the carbonate mineral strontianite are the principal sources of the element strontium, commonly used in fireworks and in various metal alloys.
Celestine occurs as crystals, and also in compact massive and fibrous forms. It is mostly found in sedimentary rocks, often associated with the minerals gypsum, anhydrite, and halite.

Labradorite / Spectrolite

Labradorite is a calcium-enriched feldspar mineral first identified in Labrador, Canada.
It is a highly mystical and protective stone. It raises consciousness and connects with universal energies, and prevents energy leakage, also, banishes fears and insecurities. It is a stone of transformation that prepares the body and soul for the ascension process.

Amber

Amber has strong connections with the earth and is a grounding stone for higher energies. It is a powerful healer and cleanser that draws dis-ease from the body and promotes tissue revitalization. By absorbing pain and negative energy, Amber allows the body to rebalance and heal itself. It alleviates stress. It resonates with the throat, treating goiters and other throat problems.

Amethyst

Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz. The name comes from the Koine Greek αμέθυστος amethystos from α- a-, “not” and μεθύσκω (Ancient Greek) methysko / μεθώ metho (Modern Greek), “intoxicate”, a reference to the belief that the stone protected its owner from drunkenness. Ancient Greeks wore amethyst and carved drinking vessels from it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication.

Calcite mineral from the group of carbonate

Calcite

Calcite is a powerful amplifier and cleanser of energy. Simply having Calcite in the room cleans negative energies from the environment and heightens your energy. Within the body, it removes stagnant energy, calms the mind, stimulates insights, and boosts memory, confers the ability to change ideas into action. It is a useful stone for study.

Carnelian

Carnelian (also spelled cornelian) is a brownish-red mineral commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Similar to carnelian is sard, which is generally harder and darker (the difference is not rigidly defined, and the two names are often used interchangeably). Both carnelian and sard are varieties of the silica mineral chalcedony colored by impurities of iron oxide. The color can vary greatly, ranging from pale orange to an intense almost-black coloration. Significant localities include Yanacodo, Peru, and Ratnapura, Sri Lanka. It has been found in Indonesia, Brazil, India, Russia (Siberia), and Germany.

Celestine (celestite)

Celestine (the IMA-accepted name) or celestite is a mineral consisting of strontium sulfate (SrSO4). The mineral is named for its occasional delicate blue color. Celestine and the carbonate mineral strontianite are the principal sources of the element strontium, commonly used in fireworks and in various metal alloys.
Celestine occurs as crystals, and also in compact massive and fibrous forms. It is mostly found in sedimentary rocks, often associated with the minerals gypsum, anhydrite, and halite.

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