Carnelian has been historically used in Vedic astrology as a secondary gemstone to correct a badly aspected Mars energy. I have seen many ancient Egyptian scarabs (tomb offerings) carved from […]
Rubellite (also known as Red Tourmaline) strengthens the will to understand love and to inspire tactfulness in independence, promoting creativity in the various realms of loving aspirations.
It can be […]
The Shiva Lingam stone is a sacred stone of both the ancient and modern worlds. They are found in the Narmada River in Onkar Mandhata, one of the seven holy […]
The names given to the different types of agate are legion and many have local significance only. Agate nodules are of worldwide occurrence. Each type has its own function and […]
Preseli Bluestone has a powerful magic aura, giving focus, stability and anchoring into the Earth's energy. The central ring at Stonehenge is formed from Preseli Bluestone, a spotted dolerite. Technically […]
The most popular colour for aquamarine is a clear sky-blue, but most are a bluish- green colour. This does not affect the healing properties, for both shades are excellent. Under […]
These crystals are truly amazing. They are easily recognised by the number of terminations all over them. Unlike other crystals, elestials have been formed in water, and this gives them […]
Tiger eye is a quartz replacement of crocidolite (blue asbestos) or of gold asbestos. The colour range includes red, brown, gold, cream, black, and blue.
This mineral brings together the […]
Obsidian is lustrous volcanic glass. The colour range and related names are varied. The intrinsic properties of the numerous forms of obsidian include the reflection of ones flaws and the […]
Fluorite crystallizes in the form of masses, grains, columns, cubes, octahedra, and rhombdodecahedra crystals. The colour range includes pink, blue, gree, yellow, purple, magenta, red, black, and colourless, and shades […]
Labradorite is truly fascinatingly beautiful mineral. It is a mineral whose charm is not fully noticed and may be overlooked if not viewed from the proper position; generally a drab-looking […]
Aragonite, a dimorphous form of calcium carbonate, which crystallises in the orthorhombic system, is very often twinned in its growth. It occurs as a deposit from hot springs and in […]