274g / 0.604bs / 9.66oz
3.25" x 2.5" x 2.5"
Black Tourmaline primary uses: Absorbs negative energy, transforms negative energy to positive energy, supports grounding, offers psychic protection, provides energetic protection, helps with stress release
Mica or Muscovite is the name given to a group of potassium aluminium silicates whose color ranges from grey/white, gold/yellow, green/yellow, red/pinks/ violet and brown to black depending on the included elements. All forms have a characteristic lustre or pearlescence and “plate-like” structures that flake easily.
Yellow/gold contains Iron
Green (Fuchsite) contains Chromium
Pink/violet Mica contains Manganese
Black (Biotite) contains Iron and Magnesium
Lilac/pink (Lepidolite) contains Lithium
The energy of Mica helps to remove stagnant energy or blocks and to help stabilize one’s energy fields. It supports one so that one can view all aspects of one’s life’s experiences from “higher perspective” and act accordingly. The frequency and chakra connection of the individual colored forms varies according to its specific color frequency.
Garnet is a gemstone most known to be red, but in fact it is found in a variety of colors. The six types of Garnet—Rhodolite, Almandine, Spessartine, Grossular, Andradite and Uvarovite—have different colors. The word Garnet is derived from the Latin word granatum, which meant “pomegranate” a reference to the stone’s similarity in form and color to a pomegranate seed.
Their hardness varies from 6.5 to 7.5. Garnet is not a single mineral, but a group contains closely related, isomorphous minerals that form a series with each other. Their crystal systems can be isometric, rhombic, dodecahedron and/or icositetrahedron. The Garnet members form intermediary minerals between each member and may even intergrow within a single crystal. The Garnets vary only slightly in physical properties, and some of the members may be so similar that they are indistinguishable from one another without x-ray analysis. Most, but not all Garnets are varieties of aluminum silicates.
The common Garnets can be divided into two subgroups:
Group 1: Garnets containing aluminum (Al) as their second element.
These include Pyrope, Almandine, and Spessartine. ("Pyralspite")
Group 2: Garnets containing calcium (Ca) as their first element.
These include Uvarovite, Grossular, and Andradite. ("Ugrandite")