Stichtite is a hydrated magnesium chromium carbonate mineral. Its color ranges from light to dark pinkish/purple and is found in Tasmania.
Stichtite: Meanings, Benefits and Properties
The frequency of Stichtite connects to the heart, third eye, and crown chakras. It brings the energy of compassion and forgiveness to one’s heart center so that one can acknowledge and release deeply held emotional wounds, allowing one to be open and loving to oneself and others.
It stimulates the third eye and crown chakra so that one may consciously feel the love and support of one’s higher dimensional guides and angels.
This combination stone activates the “Kundalini” energies, moving the energy from the base of the spine and up through the chakra column, opening and aligning all the chakras.
Stichtite energetically supports the regeneration of neural pathways and thus can help energetically with issues connected to such pathways.
- Third Eye
- Nervous System
- Spinal Injury
- Compassion – Emotional
- Emotional Wounds
- Love – Spiritual
- Spiritual Protection
Discovered in 1910 on the west coast of Tasmania, Australia, it was first recognized by A.S. Wesley a former chief chemist with the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company, it was named after Robert Carl Sticht the manager of the mine.
Stichtite Geological Properties
It is often found in association with green Serpentine and together they form a stone known as an Atlantisite.
It is observed in combination with green serpentine at Stichtite Hill near the Dundas Extended Mine, Dundaseast of Zeehan, as well as on the southern shore of Macquarie Harbour. It is exhibited in the West Coast Pioneers Museum in Zeehan.
The only commercial mine for stichtite serpentine is located on Stichtite Hill.
- Barberton District, Transvaal;
- Darwendale, Zimbabwe;
- Bou Azzer, Morocco;
- Cunningsburgh, the Shetland Islands of Scotland;
- Langban, Varmland, Sweden;
- Altai Mountains, Russia;
- Langmuir Township, Ontario and the Megantic, Quebec;
- Bahia, Brazil;
- Keonjhar district, Orissa, India