Chalcedony is one of the world`s oldest gemstones. According to archaeologists, humanoids have worn stones, ivory, bone, and certain organic items for personal adornment for about 75,000 years. Which shows its power.  Chalcedony prevents from touchiness and melancholy. Worn by many to promote calm and peace. Chalcedony also stimulates creativity. Which is mostly used by astrologers.

Chalcedony is one of the world`s oldest gemstones. According to archaeologists, humanoids have worn stones, ivory, bone, and certain organic items for personal adornment for about 75,000 years. Which shows its power. Chalcedony prevents from touchiness and melancholy. Worn by many to promote calm and peace. Chalcedony also stimulates creativity. Which is mostly used by astrologers.

Gold and quartz, oh how I would LOVE to find this. Makes me want to go rockhounding right now  ........................................................ Please save this pin... ........................................................... Because For Real Estate Investing... Visit Now!  http://www.OwnItLand.com

Gold and quartz, oh how I would LOVE to find this. Makes me want to go rockhounding right now ........................................................ Please save this pin... ........................................................... Because For Real Estate Investing... Visit Now! http://www.OwnItLand.com

This is the most gorgeous Rainbow Tourmaline that I have ever seen! Get in my crystal collection bag now!!

This is the most gorgeous Rainbow Tourmaline that I have ever seen! Get in my crystal collection bag now!!

Rainbow Quartz

Rainbow Quartz

Boulder Opal

Boulder Opal

19 Incredibly Rare Opal Gemstones - Gallery (I would kill for some of these. I *am* fortunate enough to have a boulder-type opal.

Black Opal | Blue Harlequin pattern | Lightning Ridge, Australia ~ this is incredibly beautiful <3

Black Opal | Blue Harlequin pattern | Lightning Ridge, Australia ~ this is incredibly beautiful <3

Here's a rare look at black opal from Lightning Ridge, Australia.

Here's a rare look at black opal from Lightning Ridge, Australia.

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