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  • Aegirine

    Aegirine

    Aegirine Meanings

    Key words: Clearing, protection, energy, confidence

    Chakras: All Elements: Earth and Fire Zodiac Sign: Taurus Number: 5 Aegirine Crystal Healing Properties: Aegirine is a powerful stone for protection and purification, aiding in the release of negative attachments and creating an auric shield. It is thought to offer protection from electromagnetic fields and can be useful to those who are breaking negative addictive patterns of behavior by helping them to “see the light”. Aegirine History and Uses: Aegirine is named after the Norse god of the sea Aegir, it is also called Acmite from the greek word akum meaning point or edge. It was first found in Norway in 1835. It is a protective stone which boosts the energy of other healing crystals and is most useful in overcoming self consciousness. Aegirine Geological Description: Aegirine is a sodium iron silicate mineral with a hardness of 6. It is found in columnar and prismatic crystal forms sometimes with striations and terminations. It varies in colour from dark green to brownish and black and is found in Norway, Greenland, Russia, Canada, South Africa and the U.S.A. Affirmation: I clear my energies of all disharmony and negative influences and move strongly into my wholeness.

  • Agate

    Agate

    Agate Meanings

    Key words: Healing Chakra: Crown Element: Earth Zodiac Sign: Gemini Birthstone: May, June, September Wedding Anniversary: 14th year Number: 7 Agate Crystal Healing Properties: Agate is a powerful healing stone that can help tone and strengthen the link between mind and body. It is a grounding stone but can also build up energy. Agate can impart a sense of strength and courage and enhance the ability to discern the truth and accept circumstances. It balances and stabilises the body and can enhance the effects of other stones. Agate History and Uses: Agates come in a variety of forms and are named after the Achates river, now called the Dirillo river, in Sicily where they were first found in the 3rd or 4th century BC. This stone has had a long association with humans, neolithic people made some of their artifacts from Agate. It is a stone which brings strength and stability to the wearer. Agate Geological Description: Agate is a form of banded Chalcedony, a mineral of the quartz group. It has a trigonal crystal structure and a hardness of 7. It is found in Brazil, South Africa, Botswana, Morocco, Czech Republic and the USA. Affirmation: I accept life challenges with courage and determination.

  • Amazonite

    Amazonite

    Amazonite Meanings

    Key words: Truth, communication, harmony Chakras: Heart, throat Element: Water Zodiac Signs: Virgo, Aquarius Number: 5 Amazonite Crystal Healing Properties: Amazonite's energy is that of personal truth, allowing us to express our heart's truth through communication. It opens and clears the throat chakra helping those who tend to repress expressing of their own thoughts and feelings due to fear of confrontation or conflict. This stone also assists us in identifying how our words have created our current reality, and how to change our vocabulary or communication style to reflect a higher, more aligned reality. Amazonite can help those who are unclear about what they have to offer the world by gently pointing them toward their gifts and unique knowledge. Amazonite History and Uses: Amazonite has been used as jewellery by Mesopotamian cultures and in India, Egypt, Sudan, Central and South America since ancient times. It varies in shades of green from bright verdigris to pale turquoise, its name is derived from the Amazon River in Brazil. It has been traditionally used to build harmonious relationships because it effectively helps to curb the tendency to express oneself using sarcastic and critical words.   Amazonite Geological Description: Amazonite is an alkali feldspar mineral, a potassium, aluminium silicate with a hardness of 6 to 6.5. It is found in Russia, Brazil, Madagascar and the USA Affirmation: I speak and live my highest truth and I call forth its manifestation in the world.

  • Amber

    Amber

    Amber Meanings

    Key words: Light, warmth, solar energies, clarification, healing Chakra: Solar plexus Element: Earth Zodiac Signs: Cancer, Pisces, Aquarius, Virgo, Leo, Capricorn, Taurus Number: 3 Amber Crystal Healing Qualities: Amber is a purifier, acting on the energetic, emotional and physical levels to transform negative or stagnant energies into clear usable frequencies. It helps us integrate Light energy into the physical body and is an excellent support for energetic healing. Amber can help one find purpose and strength and increase general vitality and energy levels. It is believed to be useful in combating depression associated with Seasonal Affective Disorder. Amber History and Uses: Amber is a fossilized resin from extinct coniferous trees. The word “electricity” is derived from the Greek name for Amber, electrum. This is explained by the fact that Amber can acquire an electric charge when rubbed. Amber has been used for thousands of years in jewellery, amulets and ornaments. In 1711 an entire room in the Royal Palace in Berlin was made of carved Amber. It contains succinic acid has been traditionally used for its healing properties to boost the immune system, relief for teething babies, overcoming depression and for impotence for men. Amber Geological Description: Amber is an organic material made up of fossilized natural botanic resins. It is a mixture of hydrocarbons with a hardness of 2 to 2.5. Baltic Amber was formed from the resins of pine trees 30 to 60 million years ago. Affirmation: I focus on the positive aspects of my life

  • Amethyst

    Amethyst

    Amethyst Meanings

    Key words: Protection, purification, Divine connection, release of addictions Chakra: Third Eye, Crown, Etheric Element: Wind Zodiac Signs: Pisces, Virgo, Aquarius, Capricorn, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Pisces Birthstone: February Wedding Anniversary: 6th, 9th, 28th & 33rd year Number: 3 Amethyst Crystal Healing Properties: Amethyst facilitates meditation. It opens and clears the third-eye and crown chakras, which accelerates the development of intuition and psychic abilities. It helps to identify root causes behind behaviours and emotional patterns and encourages us to take responsibility for our reality. Amethyst History and Uses: Amethyst derives its name from ametusthos, meaning “not intoxicated” and relates to an ancient Greek legend. Dionysus, the god of celebration and revelry, declared he would have revenge on mortals for not drinking his wine. He decided to have the beautiful maiden named Amethyst eaten by his tigers while she was on her way to worship at the temple of Artemis, the virgin huntress. Amethyst called to Artemis for protection and the goddess turned her into a pure white quartz statue to save her from the tigers. When Dionysus saw how beautiful she was he was filled with remorse for his ruthlessness and began to weep into his cup of wine which then spilled over the quartz statue turning it a beautiful shade of purple. Amethyst can range in colour from lilac pink, to purple red to deep purple. In ancient times the Romans inlaid their cups with Amethyst believing it would protect them from drunkenness. Catholic bishops wore Amethyst rings to prevent mystical intoxication and kissing the ring was thought to keep people focused on spiritual thoughts. It was used for protection from black magic and treachery and to ensure victory in war and in hunting. Amethyst Geological Description: Amethyst is a member of the quartz family with a trigonal crystal system and a hardness of 7. Its purple colour comes from trace amounts of iron and aluminium. Quality specimens come from Brazil and Uruguay. Affirmation: I trust in the higher purpose of my journey.

  • Ametrine

    Ametrine

    Ametrine Meanings

    Key words: mental and spiritual clarity, decisiveness Chakras: Solar plexus, crown Elements: Wind, Fire Zodiac Signs: Libra, Gemini Number: 4 Ametrine Crystal Healing Properties: Ametrine assists one to overcome the fear of action or progress. It clears mental fogginess and keeps the mind focussed and alert. It is a ‘stone of the muses’ and can help one to connect with and manifest inspired ideas. Ametrine helps to develop a strong sense of one’s own power and potential. It can be used to enhance learning and information retention and also assists with digestive issues and stimulation of metabolism. Ametrine History and Uses: Ametrine is a mixture of Amethyst and Citrine and is also known as Trystine or Bolivianite. The different colours are produced by the iron in the stone oxidising at different rates due to exposure to different temperatures as the crystal is formed. The first record of this stone was in seventeenth century Spain when it was presented to the Queen as a gift from the New World. Legend of the Bolivian Ametrine states that a mine was given to a spanish conquistador Felipe de Urriola y Goitia as a dowry gift from Anahi an Ayoreo princess. When it came time for him to return to Spain Anahi planned to go with him, against the wishes of her people, who attempted to kill Don Felipe to prevent him from taking her. However Anahi was accidently killed as she was warning him of his fate and as she lay dying she gave him an Ametrine crystal. The two colours in the stone, purple and orange, representing how she was torn between the love for her tribe and love for her husband. Ametrine Geological Description: Ametrine is a combination of Amethyst and Citrine in the same stone. It is a member of the quartz family, with a hardness of 7. Ametrine is found in Brazil, Uruguay and Bolivia. Affirmation: I align my thoughts and will to the Divine pattern of my spiritual purpose

  • Ammolite

    Ammolite

    Ammolite Meanings

    Keywords: Prosperity, well-being, improving flow of energy, elemental power, longevity Chakras: All Elements: All Zodiac Sign: Capricorn Number: 7 Ammolite Crystal Healing Properties: Ammolites are a high vibration crystal believed to help activate both the etheric and physical DNA, awakening our awareness to the "perfect" human state, in order to bring about evolutionary shifts in consciousness. Ammolites carry the full spectrum of colours of the first 7 chakras and the shell is in the form of a spiral, chakra energy flows in a spiral and so they can be used to improve the flow of energy or chi and transform negative energy into positive energy.  Ammolites can increase stamina, relieve trauma and be used in meditation to connect with past lives. They are stones of luck, prosperity and well being, helping to alleviate depression and exhaustion. Ammolite History and Uses: Also called gem Ammonite or Korite, the word Ammolite is taken from the name of the Ancient Egyptian God Ammon, who was represented by a ram's head with twisted horns. This representation looked similar to the shell of the Ammonites which existed in prehistoric times. In the tradition of Feng Shui it is called the Seven Colour Prosperity Stone, the beautiful iridescent colours of Ammolite in all the shades of the rainbow, represent the harmonious balance of fire, earth, metal, water, and wood. It is believed that the Ammolite absorbed all the knowledge of the universe, and is therefore able to enhance wisdom, increase wealth and improve the flow of chi. Placed in the home it is said to transform negative energy, bring harmony and increase the vitality of the occupants and their visitors. The Blackfoot Indians refer to it as Buffalo Stone because it brought luck to the wearer during the buffalo hunt. Care instructions: Ammolite, being an organic gemstone, requires extra care; do not use a commercial cleaning solution or ultrasonic cleaner and don't leave it soaking in liquid. Keep it away from perfumes, hairspray and household chemicals. Ammolite Geological Description: Ammolite is an organic (biogenic) gemstone, like pearls and amber, with a hardness of 3.5 - 5. It is formed from the iridescent shells (mother of pearl or nacre) of fossilised Ammonites, a type of ancient nautilus. They first existed in the Devonian period (over 400 million years ago) and went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. Ammonites were mollusks with shells that were tightly coiled on a single plane like a wheel. The shells of ammonites had hollow chambers separated by walls called septa. A tube called the siphuncle, connected the body with the chambers allowing the animal to fill them with water or air, changing its buoyancy in order to rise or descend in the ocean water column. The soft-bodied animal living in this shell most-likely resembled an octopus but with shorter arms. Only the last and largest chamber was occupied by the living animal, as it matured and grew, larger chambers were added at the opening. Ammonites varied in size from 2 meters (6.5 feet) down to 2 cm (0.75 inches) in diameter. The Ammonites, like all molluscs, secreted aragonite (a form of calcium carbonate and conchiolin) called nacre to form layers which built up over time. These layers diffract light at different intensities creating an iridescent vivid coloured crystalline surface much like the Paua shells of modern times. Ammolites are found in the Bearpaw Shale Formation in Alberta Canada and their wonderful colours are thought to have been created by the conditions in which they were formed. The inland subtropical sea, referred to now as the Western Interior Seaway, just east of the Rocky Mountains near Alberta Canada, receded near the end of the Mesozoic era and all the Ammonites died. Their remains were covered in mineral rich volcanic ash which flowed down from the mountains in rivers and buried the ammonites in a series of compressed layers of bentonite clay.  Affirmation: I convert all energy that I receive into positivity and love.

  • Ammonite

    Ammonite

    Ammonite Meanings

    Keywords: Transition, transformation, personal growth Chakras: Base, Solar Plexus Element: Storm, Earth Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Virgo Number: 8 Ammonite Crystal Healing Properties: Fossils are a wonderful tool to assist you in moving from the old to the new and to be receptive to the fresh, innovative forces that are available to you. Fossils can assist you in your quest for transition, transformation and personal growth, helping you to understand the process of change. They can help you instil quality and excellence in your environment.  Ammonites can help you to gain perspective on the present, integrate information about the past or potential future, or aid in reorienting  yourself after entering altered states of consciousness. Ammonites are especially useful for past life recall and to contact spirit guides. Traditionally they were used to honour ancestors and to connect to ancient sources of knowledge. Ammonite History and Uses: Ammonites are invertebrates and extinct members of the subclass Ammonoidea, class Cephalopoda. Modern members include the nautilus, squid, cuttlefish and octopus. Ammonites first appeared during the Middle Devonian Period around 400 million years ago. They became especially abundant and widespread in the seas of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, 175 million to 65 million years ago. Ammonites were mollusks with shells that were predominantly tightly coiled on a single plane like a wheel. The shells of ammonites had hollow chambers separated by walls called septa. A tube called the siphuncle, connected the body with the chambers allowing the animal to fill them with water or air, changing its buoyancy in order to rise or descend in the ocean water column. The soft-bodied animal living in this shell most-likely resembled an octopus but with shorter arms. Only the last and largest chamber was occupied by the living animal. As it matured and grew, larger chambers were added at the opening. Ammonites varied in size from 2 meters (6.5 feet) down to 2 cm (0.75 inches) in diameter. The name "ammonite" is derived from the name of the ancient Egyptian god Ammon who believed these creatures were divine. Ammon is represented in ancient literature by the head of a ram with twisted spiral horns that are reminiscent of an ammonites spiraled shells. Pliny the Elder, the Roman historian, described ammonites as the holiest stones in ancient Aethiopia because they were believed to bring prophetic dreams. Ammonites have had a long association with serpents in English legend. The 7th Century Saint Hilda of Whitby turned an infestation of snakes to stone to enable an abbey to be constructed. These petrified “snakestones” were carved or painted with a head on them and sold as pious souvenirs.  During the early 19th century English fossil hunters referred to ammonites as cornemonius, a corruption of the Latin name hammonis cornu. Ammonites were used in folk medicine across Europe for snake bites, fertility, and birthing pains. In 18th century Germany and England they were added to water as “drakestones” (“dragonstone”) or “crampstones” to treat livestock. Sliced in half to make a pair, they were often given as wedding presents because they represented a journey and two parts coming together as a whole. Ammonite Geological Description: Fossils (from Latin fossus, literally ”having been dug up”) are the mineralized or otherwise preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms.  In ancient times they were believed to be a gift from the stars and were revered by many cultures. Because of their age they have been used throughout the centuries  as a talisman for protection and long life. Fossilization is actually a rare occurrence because organic materials tend to decompose and the process requires the relatively quick preservation of bodily remains. Normally, the remains need to be covered by sediment or trapped in resin as soon as possible. However there are exceptions to this, such as if an organism comes to rest in an anoxic (without oxygen) environment at the bottom of a lake. The oldest known structured fossils date from 3.5 billion years ago. There are several different types of fossils and fossilization processes including permineralisation, mold or replacement fossils, compression fossils, resin fossils and trace fossils. Many fossils available on the market are from Morocco, which has vast deposits of Devonian Limestone which date back three hundred fifty million years ago. Other areas prominent for fossils are China, the USA, Germany, Canada, Russia and Australia. Affirmation: I will allow myself to open to the process of change and all the possibilities it brings.

  • Angelite

    Angelite

    Angelite Meanings

    Keywords: Angelic communication, gentle self-expression, serenity, expanded awareness Chakras: Throat, Third Eye, Crown Element: Wind Zodiac Sign: Aquarius Number: 1 Angelite Crystal Healing Properties: Angelite is a soothing meditation tool that can assist with connecting us with the guidance of angels and spiritually aligned beings. It calms energy and allows us to communicate in a clear, concise and balanced way, especially when diplomacy is required. It helps us to overcome fears and unlocks blocks in our lives. Physically, Angelite is thought to provide energetic support to the throat and thymus gland. It helps to rejuvenate ill or depleted areas of the body and has been used to aid weight loss. Angelite History and Uses: Angelite can be found in a range of colours including colourless, white, bluish white, violet, dark grey. It was first found in Peru in 1987 and is a very soft stone, so should not be placed in water, worn in the shower or swimming. Angelite Geological Description: Angelite is a calcium sulphate mineral with an orthorhombic crystal system and a hardness of 3.5. It is a form of blue Anhydrite found in Peru. Affirmation: I am always surrounded by love and benevolence, and I harken to the inner promptings of my angelic companions.

  • Apatite

    Apatite

    Apatite Meanings

    Chakras, Element, Zodiac Sign and Number: Depends on colour, see Blue Apatite and Green Apatite descriptions. Apatite Crystal Healing Properties: Blue Apatite is a strong stone for exploring past lives and their karmic patterns. Used in the dream state it allows us to find creative solutions to overwhelming problems. With an uplifting energy, it can help us gain a higher perspective on situations. It creates a sense of openness and ease in social situations, enhancing communication and self expression making it a wonderful companion for teachers, public speakers and autistic children. Blue Apatite is thought to be helpful for soothing headaches, stimulating eyesight and supressing hunger. Green Apatite carries an uplifting energy which dispels apathy, negativity and confusion, it can help us to align with higher knowledge and truth. It allows us to gain a higher perspective on situations and find creative solutions to problems. Green Apatite is also called “bones of the earth” and is one of the best stones to work with when healing the earth, connecting with the planet’s electromagnetic field or communicating with birds and animals. It gives us a heart centred focus which inspires a humanitarian approach of service to others and aids us in manifesting these humanitarian aspirations into healing, knowledge, communication and teaching. Apatite History and Uses: This mineral was often mistaken for Tourmaline, Olivine, Peridot, Topaz and Beryl and so it was named in 1786 by the German geologist Abraham Werner, from the Greek word 'apatein' which means to be deceptive.  Translucent gemstone quality Apatite is rare but it is found in a range of colours including, blue, green, yellow, violet, red, clear and a rutilated chatoyant form called cats eye.  Apatite is composed of calcium phosphate, the mineral which makes up both tooth enamel and bones in vertebrate animals. Some moon rocks collected by astronauts on the Appollo missions have been found to contain Apatite. It is used commercially as a fertiliser because of its high phosphate content and in explosives, fireworks, pesticides, toothpaste, detergents and pharmaceutical products. Apatite Geological Description: Apatite is a calcium phosphate mineral with a trigonal crystal system and a hardness of 5. It is found around the world but the largest deposits are in Russia. Affirmation: I open my inner eyes to the realms of hidden knowledge

  • Apophyllite

    Apophyllite

    Apophyllite Meanings

    Key words: Inter-dimensional awareness
    Chakras: Crown, third eye Elements: Wind, Earth Zodiac Signs: Gemini, Libra Number: 4 Apophyllite Healing Properties: Clear Apophyllite is an excellent tool for increasing one’s inner vision and psychic ability. It is an excellent communication device for contacting spiritual guides and for receiving direction from the Higher Self. Good for healing rooms and altars. It is a highly mentally active stone, helping one to understand spiritual lessons and to process spiritual information. Apophyllite History and Uses: The name Apophyllite comes from the Greek apophylliso, “it flakes off”, ‘Apo’, meaning ‘to get’ and ‘Phyllazein’ meaning ‘leaf’, a reference to the way the mineral separates into flakes or layers when heated. It can be found in colours of white, green, yellow, violet and clear/colourless. It can help dispel the ‘dark night of the soul’ and assist one in returning to one’s spiritual path after disillusionment or difficulty. Apophyllite Geological Description: Apophyllite is a hydrated potassium calcium silicate mineral with a tetragonal crystal system and a hardness of 5. Most specimens on the market are from India. Affirmation: I am a clear channel for receiving and sharing Divine guidance.
  • Aqua Aura Quartz

    Aqua Aura Quartz

    Aqua Aura Quartz Meanings

    Keywords: Calming, relaxing, connection with spiritual realms, psychic protection, enhanced communication Chakras: Heart, Throat Element: Water Zodiac Sign: Aquarius Number: 9 Aqua Aura Quartz Crystal Healing Properties: Aqua Aura Quartz, sometimes called Angel Aura Quartz, is a stone of calmness, allowing us to connect with the higher realms. It helps to facilitate channelling and connection with our Angel guides. It stimulates the throat chakra clearing away emotional imbalances in the aura to allow open communication. It releases negative energies from the auric field to bring inner peace and stress relief. It prevents energy drain from parasitic entities and repels psychic attacks. Aqua Aura Quartz History and Uses: Aura Quartzes are high vibration stones which have been used since the 1980’s for their ability to expand the consciousness and heal the physical and spiritual body. The term Aura refers to the metal coating which has been alchemically bonded onto the surface of a Quartz crystal, this layer is permanent and wont wash or rub off. There are many types of Aura Quartz, which vary in colour depending on the combination of metals and crystals used, however they all display iridescence and a metallic rainbow sheen. Some stones sold as Aura Quartzes can be dyed rather than electrostatically bonded with precious metals, these should be avoided because they don't have the synergistic properties of the true Aura Quartz and some dyes can cause an allergic reaction. Aqua Aura Quartz is a synthesis of Gold and Clear Quartz and has been used to enhance the healing properties of other crystals. Aqua Aura Quartz Geological Description: Aqua Aura Quartz is a Clear Quartz crystal with a hardness of 7 which has been treated in such a way that vapourised or powdered gold is pyroelectrically bonded onto the surface. Affirmation: My auric field is filled with peace and well being, I am protected from harm and attuned to the vibrations of the higher realms.