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Gorgeous blades of Golden Selenite on Selenite! The blades are both twinned and incredibly gemmy-transparent! I can't stress enough just how rich the color is and the amount of flash this specimen displays under lighting. The surfaces are glassy with no damage or contacts to speak of. From Las Salinas, Otume Village, Pisco Province, Ica Department, Peru. Measures 7.5 cm by 4.6 cm in size. Price $285

Sapphire: The most effective healing stone for the nervous system. It regulates the function of the thyroid gland and is therefore a useful remedy for lack of appetite and nervous heart trouble. Psychologically, it strengthens the wearer's willpower and gives strength. Symbolizes faith. Blue sapphire is linked to pisces, light blue to Taurus, yellow to Gemini and star sapphire to libra. Its blue color also symbolizes friendship and loyalty.

dendritic peruvian opal - lovely landscape view!

Beryl (Emerald) with tiny quartz and muscovite crystals.  Nandu Min, Nandu village, Kaduna State, Nigeria

Azurite and Malachite ps. after Selenite

Flower-Garden Agate; It brings insight to allow one to remember that all things, events, encounters, circumstances and situations lead to ones growth, and are truly helpful in ones development. It inspires creativity and helps one to delve into the unknown.

Tourmaline -associated with the heart chakra. Emotional balancer and cleanser Alleviates stress and obsessive behaviour Assists in changing patterns to better align with spiritual growth Radiates kindness, tolerance

I love Rocks and Minerals and I Collect them to.

Peridot and Ludwigite. Peridot - An amazing fact about Peridot is that it is also a gemstone from outer space! It has been found in meteors that have fallen to earth from deep space. It has also been found (in its basic form called olivine) on Mars and the Moon!

Rhondochrosite: Discovering and developing hidden talents, compassion, love, generosity, altruism.

A gorgeous brown topaz crystal from the Mogok region of Burma. 4.8 cm. high. Carl Larson collection. Photo: Jeff Scovil