• Amazonite HeartAmazonite Heart Quick View
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    • Amazonite Heart

    • $58.00
    • Amazonite is a green to aqua colored tectosilicate mineral that is named after the Amazon River. A 1985 study suggests that the blue-green color comes from quantities of lead and water in the feldspar. While other studies have found that the color is due to a complex number of factors. Associated with the Heart and Throat Chakras, the zodiac signs…
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  • Black Moonstone Palm Quick View
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    • Black Moonstone Palm

    • $28.00
    • Black Moonstone is actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. The name is a misnomer as most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry. Black Moonstone is a blackish gray with stripes and splotches of peach, salmon, orange and brown with a silvery chatoyance or flash. Associated with the root and crown chakras, zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra and…
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  • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone Palm

    • $28.00
    • Black Moonstone is actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. The name is a misnomer as most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry. Black Moonstone is a blackish gray with stripes and splotches of peach, salmon, orange and brown with a silvery chatoyance or flash. Associated with the root and crown chakras, zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra and…
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  • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone Palm

    • $28.00
    • Black Moonstone is actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. The name is a misnomer as most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry. Black Moonstone is a blackish gray with stripes and splotches of peach, salmon, orange and brown with a silvery chatoyance or flash. Associated with the root and crown chakras, zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra and…
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  • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone Palm

    • $28.00
    • Black Moonstone is actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. The name is a misnomer as most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry. Black Moonstone is a blackish gray with stripes and splotches of peach, salmon, orange and brown with a silvery chatoyance or flash. Associated with the root and crown chakras, zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra and…
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  • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone Palm

    • $28.00
    • Black Moonstone is actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. The name is a misnomer as most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry. Black Moonstone is a blackish gray with stripes and splotches of peach, salmon, orange and brown with a silvery chatoyance or flash. Associated with the root and crown chakras, zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra and…
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  • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone PalmBlack Moonstone Palm Quick View
    • Black Moonstone Palm

    • $28.00
    • Black Moonstone is actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. The name is a misnomer as most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry. Black Moonstone is a blackish gray with stripes and splotches of peach, salmon, orange and brown with a silvery chatoyance or flash. Associated with the root and crown chakras, zodiac signs of Cancer, Libra and…
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  • Blue Calcite PalmsBlue Calcite Palms Quick View
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    • Blue Calcite Palms

    • $28.00
    • Blue Calcite is a light blue calcium carbonate mineral with the formula CaCO₃. Calcite is a common rock forming mineral and the main component of Marble and Limestone. Associated with the Throat and Third Eye Chakra, zodiac sign of Cancer and vibrating to the number 3, Blue Calcite is used as an energy filter. It transmutes negative energy into positive…
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  • Bumblebee Jasper HeartBumblebee Jasper Heart Quick View
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    • Bumblebee Jasper Heart

    • $44.00
    • Bumblebee Jasper is a yellow, orange, gray and black stone which believe it or not, does not actually contain quartz. The name Jasper is a misnomer as it is actually a radially grown, fibrous calcite. The yellow is caused by sulfer, the white by Aragonite and the orange colors are from the minerals Orpiment and Realgar, AKA ruby of arsenic.…
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  • Bumblebee Jasper PalmBumblebee Jasper Palm Quick View
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    • Bumblebee Jasper Palm

    • $35.00
    • Bumblebee Jasper is a yellow, orange, gray and black stone which believe it or not, does not actually contain quartz. The name Jasper is a misnomer as it is actually a radially grown, fibrous calcite. The yellow is caused by sulfer, the white by Aragonite and the orange colors are from the minerals Orpiment and Realgar, AKA ruby of arsenic.…
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  • Bumblebee Jasper PalmBumblebee Jasper Palm Quick View
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    • Bumblebee Jasper Palm

    • $42.00
    • Bumblebee Jasper is a yellow, orange, gray and black stone which believe it or not, does not actually contain quartz. The name Jasper is a misnomer as it is actually a radially grown, fibrous calcite. The yellow is caused by sulfer, the white by Aragonite and the orange colors are from the minerals Orpiment and Realgar, AKA ruby of arsenic.…
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  • Bumblebee Jasper PalmBumblebee Jasper Palm Quick View
    • Bumblebee Jasper PalmBumblebee Jasper Palm Quick View
    • Bumblebee Jasper Palm

    • $35.00
    • Bumblebee Jasper is a yellow, orange, gray and black stone which believe it or not, does not actually contain quartz. The name Jasper is a misnomer as it is actually a radially grown, fibrous calcite. The yellow is caused by sulfer, the white by Aragonite and the orange colors are from the minerals Orpiment and Realgar, AKA ruby of arsenic.…
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