Inari is a Shinto deity revered in Japan and associated with rice, agriculture, and fertility. Crystals in traditional Shinto beliefs, we can explore a hypothetical discussion on how they might relate symbolically. Crystals, with their natural beauty and energy, can be seen as representations of the Earth's abundance and vitality, which align with Inari's role as a deity associated with agriculture and fertility. Inari is often depicted as a deity of bountiful harvests and agricultural prosperity. Crystals, similarly, can symbolize the abundance and growth found in the natural world.
Color Change Garnet
Color Change Garnet captivates the eye with its mesmerizing color changes. Depending on the lighting, you'll see hues ranging from green to red. Its texture is smooth, almost velvety, and the crystal often displays intricate patterns that add to its allure.
Nuummite, also known as Nummit or Nuuk Stone, is an ortho-amphibole found in Nuuk, Greenland. It’s a natural fusion of two amphiboles formed 3 billion years ago.