(Nake Kamaly Mountains, Pakistan)

Apatite describes a group of similar isomorphous hexagonal phosphate minerals. These include Fluorapatite, Chlorapatite, and Hydroxylapatite. It is common as an accessory mineral in igneous and metamorphic rock, usually only in small grains and thin sections. The name comes from Greek and means to deceive, because it is commonly misidentified as other minerals. Riebeckite is a sodium-rich member of the amphibole group of silicate minerals. It typically forms dark-blue elongated to fibrous crystals. Riebeckite granite from Scotland is prized for its use in stones for the sport of curling. It is very rare to be found inside of pink/purple apatite.

– Associated with aligning all chakras, the zodiac sign of Aquarius & vibrates to the number 6.

– Helpful for those studying math or statistics.
– A problem solver stone.
– Reminds one to not overextend themselves into exhaustion. Also gives energy to those who lack drive and motivation, creating balance in work/personal life.
– Enhances creativity and desire to create and work on projects.
– Benefits those who do humanitarian work.
– Physically boosts metabolism, aiding in weight loss and overall health.