Demeter is the ancient Greek goddess of agriculture, harvest, and fertility. She is associated with the growth and abundance of the earth, which is reflected in the energy of crystals. Demeter's connection to crystals is seen in their use in promoting growth, abundance, and prosperity. Crystals such as citrine and green aventurine are believed to embody Demeter's energy, making them powerful tools for those seeking to cultivate abundance and prosperity in their lives.
Amorite is a striking crystal, renowned for its diverse colors, captivating textures, and intricate patterns. The crystal's hues range from pink, silver, golden, white, yellow, red, orange, maroon, and gray. To enchant purple, blue, indigo, and brown, it displays swirling galaxy-like patterns that add to its charm and beauty.
Wavellite is named after its discoverer, William Wavel. The crystal is a phosphate mineral found in stunning botryoidal formations. Its chemical composition primarily comprises aluminum, phosphorus, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Chrysanthemum Stone, sometimes called "Flower Stone," has a beautiful flower-like design of white or grayish-white streaks on a dark gray or black background. Its smooth, glossy texture enhances its appearance.
Almandine Garnet is the most common form of Garnet and a popular choice for gemstones because of its hardness and beautiful red shades.
When it comes to gemstones, one that catches the eye with its exquisite beauty is Rhodolite. Its captivating color is a delightful blend of pink and purplish-red, making it truly unique among its counterparts. The distinct hue of Rhodolite is often described as a mesmerizing raspberry or wine-red, exuding an air of elegance and grace.
Axinate is a borosilicate stone made of calcium and aluminum. It forms tabular, granular, aggregate, clusters, twins, rosettes, prismatic, and massive crystals on Granite, Orthoclase, Bronzite, Quartz, Garnet, Prehnite, and many other crystals.
Conichalcite is a mineral with a unique green color and interesting shapes. It is rare and often found near other crystals like Quartz, Azurite, and Malachite.
Fuchsite is the green variety Muscovite (common Mica). It’s a phyllosilicate with its green color from Chromium. It’s popular as Chrome Muscovite and Crommuscavita, Chromian Muscovite, Green Muscovite, Chrome Mica, and Green Muscovite.