Aquarius Birthstones

Violet Flame Opal

Violet Flame Opal

Violet Flame Opal is the name given to a newly discovered variety of Opal from Mexico. It is a combination of White Opal and Purple Opal, whose color range is from pale lilac to a deep,-rich violet ...

Owyhee Blue Opal

Owyhee Blue Opal

Owyhee Blue Opal (OH-WAH-hee) is rich pale blue form of common Opal recently discovered near the sacred Indian springs at Owyhee, Oregon in the United States of America. It often changes from ...

Oregon Opal

Oregon Opal

Oregon Opal is a transparent form of common Opal from Oregon in the United States of America. The color is usually pale yellow/orange with a bluish tinge that causes "flashes" although not as ...

Lemurian Gold Opal

Lemurian Gold Opal

Lemurian Gold Opal is a translucent, deep orange-colored variety of Opal and is found in Madagascar. The energy emanating from this variety of Opal carries vibrational links to the ancient ...

Fire Opal

Fire Opal

Fire Opal is a vivid orange color and is mainly from Mexico. Opal is a hydrated silica mineral that comprises microscopic spheres of silica that are bound together with water and silica. There are ...

Andean Opal

Andean Opal

Andean Opal comes from Peru and is a type of common Opal that contains areas and swirl-like patterns of beige/brown or black within the usual pink, blue or green colored base Opal. Opal is a ...

Spessartine Garnet

Spessartine Garnet

Spessartine Garnet is a manganese aluminum silicate and is yellow/orange to orange/gold in coloration. There are six forms of Garnets. The frequency of the Spessartine Garnet is connected to the ...

Rhodolite Garnet

Rhodolite Garnet

Rhodolite Garnet is a magnesium aluminum silicate and a variety of Pyrope Garnet. The color ranges from rose-red to pale violet. The frequency of Rhodolite Garnet is connected to the base, heart, ...

Grossular Garnet

Grossular Garnet

Grossular Garnet is a form of calcium aluminum silicate and varies in shades of green from transparent pale green to a more opaque strong lime green. They include African Green Garnets, Transvaal ...

Black Garnet

Black Garnet

Black Garnet, an Andradite Garnet is a calcium iron silicate mineral that is also known as Melanite. The color appears as either a dull or glossy black. The frequency of Black Garnet connects to ...

Almandine Garnet

Almandine Garnet

Almandine Garnet is an iron aluminum silicate, and the color range from orange/red to red/purple. The frequency of Almandine Garnet is connected to the base chakra. It has supportive energy that ...

Vera Cruz Amethyst

Vera Cruz Amethyst

Vera Cruz Amethyst is a type of Amethyst from Vera Cruz in Mexico. It forms as small, often double terminated points and the color range is very pale mauve, pale lavender, pale purple to pale ...

Pink Amethyst

Pink Amethyst

Pink Amethyst is a newly discovered form of Quartz from Patagonia, Argentina. The color range is pale lilac/pink to a deeper-toned peachy/pink however it is different in tone and clarity from that ...

Turritella Agate

Turritella Agate

Turritella Agate is a type of Chalcedony-rich sedimentary rock from Wyoming USA. It is characterized by the distinct snail shell-like creamy-colored markings within a mainly dark brown /black base. ...

Snakeskin Agate

Snakeskin Agate

Snakeskin Agate is the name given to a pale creamy yellow/beige, semi-translucent variety of Agate, a form of Chalcedony (silicon dioxide) from India. It is characterized by external, surface-crazed ...

Blue Lace Agate

Blue Lace Agate

Blue Lace Agate is a type of Chalcedony with pale blue and white banding forming the characteristic and often intricate lacy patterns. The frequency of Blue Lace Agate is connected to the throat ...

Fire Agate

Fire Agate

Fire Agate is a rich, vibrant, “fiery” deep red/brown colored form of Chalcedony with iridescent “flashes” of orange, yellow, red, green, and gold caused by light interference on thin regularly ...

Montana Agate

Montana Agate

Montana Agate is a variety of Agate, a form of Chalcedony, from Montana in the United States of America. It can be either transparent or translucent with inclusions of minerals iron oxide (red ...

Moss Agate

Moss Agate

Moss Agate (green Agate) is a form of Chalcedony with green dendritic inclusions and markings caused by the inclusions of iron and manganese oxides, technically not true Agates. There are blue and ...

Sieber Agate

Sieber Agate

Sieber Agate is not a natural form of Agate but a vitreous by-product of copper smelting. It is characterized by swirls of pale grey-green/blue within a deeper blue/grey base, which is reminiscent ...

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