Crystal and Gemstone Meanings
Celestite is a crystal known for inviting angels into your space and fostering a connection with the higher realms.
Cavansite is a sparkling and brilliant white crystal with flower-like bursts of bright blue all over the surface.
Calcite is one of the most common minerals on earth covering 40% of the earth’s surface in the form of limestone.
Boji Stones are a trademarked stone originating in South West Kansas.
Blue Topaz has always been seen as a symbol of love and adoration.
The name Beryl is from the Latin word beryllus which means the precious blue-green colour-of-sea-water stone.
Azurite is a bright, vibrant blue copper mineral that gets its name from its azure blue colour.
Azeztulite is a colourless or white type of quartz that has traces of beryllium.
Atacamite is a deep blue-green crystal that is named after the Atacama Region in Chile.
Aragonite often forms sputnik shapes making it look like a starburst or explosion.
Aqua Aura Crystal is a beautiful blue crystal that is made of quartz crystal bonded with gold giving it a shimmering glow.
Apatite is a very rare form of tourmaline made of calcium phosphate that was only discovered in 1990.
Ametrine is also known as Trystine or Bolivianite since it is mainly sourced in Bolivia.
This beautiful blue-green gemstone is a variety of microcline which is a form of alkali feldspar.
Agate is a type of chalcedony that comes in a variety of colours and appearances.
Tourmaline is one of the more popular and sought after stones.
Labradorite is a beautiful, iridescent bluish grey feldspar with hints of gold, green, purple and white.
Amethyst is a beautiful stone with several benefits.
Known as the master crystal, Clear Quartz is the most popular stone on Earth.
Rose quartz is a popular stone found all around the world that balances the heart with its gentle, yet powerful loving and peaceful energy.
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