Minerals Species: Elbaite Tourmaline. Location of mineral deposit: Himalaya Mine, Mesa Grande District, San Diego County, California. Description: Doubly-terminated bi-colored elbaite tourmaline crystal with flat pinacoid termination and secondary edges faces. Most of the tourmaline crystal is translucent pink but the upper termination zone is intense green color.
Glassy crystals of Malachite included Barite on botryoidal Malachite! The prismatic Barite crystals here are lustrous with gemmy interiors and perfect terminations. The tallest crystals stand upright while the fattest crystals lay horizontally towards the front. No damage to speak of, with a beautifully patterned Malachite surface atop a darker matrix.
Dioptase on Malachite from Namibia- heart chakra. Releases emotional patterns Assists in understanding roles we have played as well as the roles of others in our lives Excellent stone to emotionally assist in experiencing divorce, death, or any intense family trauma Stimulates forgiveness and healing of emotional wounds
Discovered in 1845, the mineral Wulfenite, is named after Austrian Jesuit mineralogist Franz Xavier von Wulfen, who authored a monograph on the lead ores of Bleiberg, Austria. Wulfenite forms square shaped, tabular crystals and also prismatic crystals. Other habits are massive and granular. Wulfenite is typically colored orange or yellow but may be brown, gray, or greenish brown. The colors often appear brilliant. Wulfenite forms in the parts of the ore veins that have been altered by…