Aquarius represents friendship, community, and the future. Using crystals will give Aquarians the self-confidence needed to be inspirational leaders in their community, allowing them to inspire others with their ideas. Crystals that allow Aquarians to focus on the bigger picture instead of getting lost in the injustices of the moment will help them be influential figures who advocate change and equality.
Anatase is a type of Titanium Oxide, known for ages as a healing crystal but unnamed until the early 19th century. It forms in granite, schist, gneiss, syenite, feldspar, mica, and igneous rocks from titanium weathering.
Blue Agate is Blue Chalcedony and shows many varieties in pale to dark blue stones with stripes, swirls, bands, circles, waves, veins, iris, and bulbous patterns. It gets its blue color from iron, manganese, or copper, based on its origin.
Black Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass that is rich in silica. It has a glass-like luster. Also called Black Lava Glass, it may be translucent or opaque with black, brown, maroon, or red base color and white, pink, peach, or red inclusions.
Aura Quartz is a manmade crystal created by coating natural Quartz with metals like Platinum, Gold, Silver, Titanium, Nickel, Indium, Cobalt, Niobium, or Iron. As a result of this treatment, there are Aura Quartz stones in an exciting mix of colors.
Azurite is a copper carbonate crystal created via the weathering of copper ore. This crystal was discovered in ancient times by the ancient Egyptians as a pigment for paintings and cosmetics.
Epidote is a healing crystal known for clearing blockages in the body, mind, chakras, spirit, and even your karmic destiny. It forms as masses, sprays, blades, rutiles, or inclusions in crystals like Quartz, Ruby, Hematite, Basalt, and Actinolite.
Amazonite is a type of semi-precious gemstone known for its beautiful blue-green color. The name “Amazonite” comes from the Amazon River, where it was first discovered.
The earliest known use of Hematite dates back to the Neolithic period, around 8,000 BC. Ancient humans made tools and weapons, such as arrowheads and spear points, during this time.
Blue Apatite is a phosphate mineral that may be smooth, rough, transparent, translucent, or opaque with a glassy luster. Did you know Blue Apatite gets its blue from traces of iron?
Lapis Lazuli is a semi-precious metamorphic rock in vibrant blue hues, commonly seen with White Calcite, Pyrite, and Lazurite. Technically, Lapis Lazuli mostly contains Lazurite mineral, which is also responsible for its iconic blue color.
Clear Quartz is a purified version of Quartz and is one of the most abundant minerals on Earth. You can find it in many different forms, from large chunks to tiny grains. It is referred to as the "master healer" because it amplifies energy and thought, and it transforms and purifies.