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  • Phyllis Kaplan

    Azurite -- i do love mother nature!

  • Laura B

    Azurite: Dense merged crystals of Azurite are found in copper-ore areas of USA, in Russia (Altai and Ural), Kazakhstan, Germany, Zaire (Africa) and Australia. Separate large crystals of this mineral are found more rarely. Chemically, azurite is a copper carbonate. Its blue color is explained by iron compounds.

  • Colette Baron-Reid

    Azurite: Referred to as the jewel of wisdom or Stone of Heaven. Azurite symbolizes insight and discovery. It is said to increase psychic abilities. Azurite activates the Brow and Throat Chakra for more assertive communication and alertness. It allows for quite, deep access to the subconscious and as a seeing stone offers access to other times, places and lives. Therefore, it is a great stone to assist in astral travel.

  • Whatever XD

    This is actually a rock, the colors being formed through extreme geologic violence which I cannot describe because I have no respect for the field, government funding should go to real sciences, not the dirt people. HOWEVER, this thing really looks like a pulsating bioluminescent algae, doesn't it? Wow

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