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65 Million Years Old and Growing: Ammonite Cluster

Ammonite once lived over 65 million years ago. They are some of the coolest, yet common fossils found and exude cosmic energy due to their spiral shape. Ammonite is all about the earth energy and helps keep you grounded while also helping you along your life path.   It’s considered organic in the mineral kingdom…
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Ametrine: A Natural Blend of Amethyst and Citrine

Ametrine is a lovely mix of Amethyst and Citrine which are purple and gold varieties of quartz. Purple and Gold are also LSU colors (I’m a Tigers fan). These two gems combine to make a unique and lovely gem that is protective, calming, yet energizing and inspiring.   Ametrine balances the crown, third eye, and…
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Amethyst: A Striking Purple Gem of Sobriety

Amethyst is a beautiful form of quartz crystal and it’s color ranges from pale lavender to the darkest shade of violet. It is a crown chakra gem that helps you focus on your goals, especially if you are trying to quit an addiction. Amethyst is actually known as the gem of sobriety.   Addiction is…
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Amazonite: The purest green waters.

Amazonite is a lovely green gem named after the Amazon River even though there are no known deposits that exist in that region. It has a soothing vibe that calms both the throat and heart chakras. It’s primary color is a light green shade that makes me think of the Caribbean, but is sometimes bluish–green…
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Discover Agate

    Agate is a very common variety of quartz crystal (silicon dioxide) and comes in many forms. It gets its name because it is banded chalcedony which is a microcrystalline form of quartz. It forms in almost every color you can think of even colorless.   Agate is such a beautiful gem that has…
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Discover Actinolite

Actinolite is this really cool spiky looking mineral that gets its name from a Greek origin meaning ray or beam. It’s often found with quartz and is known for being a gem of strength and healing, especially if you are recovering from illness.   Another cool thing this gem is known for is shielding. It…
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How to Choose Premium-quality Diamonds; Guest Post by @Moumita2406

Women believe in accentuating their looks and style with the accessories that cannot only add a charm to their personality but also let them leave a little sparkle wherever they go. Usually, every woman desires to look sexy and gorgeous, to achieve this, they embellish their looks with timeless Diamond jewelry. Thus, to acquire perfect brilliance in…
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7 Minerals That Should Be In Elon Musk’s Mineral Collection If He Has One

Elon Musk is a really cool dude who has interacted with me a few times last year on Twitter. So, Elon, let’s help get you a mineral collection started if you don’t have one. I have a list of really cool minerals that should be in your collection? Why? Well, you’re Elon Musk. And Elon…
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My Lovely Little Chunk Of Lead Ore, Galena

While in Atlanta last year, I stumbled onto this goddess of a gem. It’s a mix of Galena, Pyrite, and clear Calcite. Actually I think its Chalcopyrite because pyrite isn’t usually that bright. But I was told it was Pyrite when I got it.   I am in love 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍#mineral#galena#pyrite#Calcite#rocks#geology pic.twitter.com/fPXjbqVo7V — 🔸💎Johnna💎🔸 (@JohnnaCrider1) May…
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What Is Shungite And How Do You Purify Water With It?

Shungite is around 2 billion or so years old. It’s black and is more than 98% carbon. And it’s the rarest type of carbon on the planet. It also contains trace amounts of fullerenes which is a molecule of carbon in the shape of a hollow sphere, tube and more. The spherical fullerenes are the…
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