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Tourmaline Quartz Healing Properties

Tourmaline Quartz

 

What is Tourmaline Quartz?

Tourmaline Quartz, also known as Tourmalinated Quartz, is a variety of Clear Quartz with naturally occurring needle-like inclusions of Black Tourmaline, also known as Schorl.
 

Tourmaline Quartz Associations

Chakras - Third Eye Chakra
Zodiac - Capricorn
Element - Earth
Typical colours - Clear with needle-like crystals of Black Tourmaline.
 

Healing with Tourmaline Quartz

♥ Balances opposites ♥ Grounding

Tourmaline Quartz combines the properties of Tourmaline and Clear Quartz Crystal.  Tourmaline purifies ones own energies and protects from negativity, while Quartz amplifies energies focused through it.  This combination makes Tourmaline Quartz a powerful shield-stone that, depending on the desired intent of the wearer, can amplify and return negative energy, like a mirror spell, or can convert the negative energy into positive energy for the wearer.

An effective grounding stone, Tourmaline Quartz strengthens the body's energy field against external invasion and deflects detrimental environmental influences.  It is often seen as a symbol of unity and is an effective problem solver.  It eliminates crystallised patterns which are, or may have been, destructive in ones own life and releases tensions at any level.  Its liberating power against negative energy can be used to assist us to actualise the strength needed to alleviate negative or hostile relationships and situations.  Tourmaline Quartz balances yin / yang energies.  It harmonises disparate and opposite elements and polarities, and turns negative thoughts and energies into positive ones.  Psychologically, it helps to integrate and heal the shadow energies, alleviating self-sabotage.  It harmonises the meridians, the subtle bodies, and the chakras.

Tourmaline Quartz detoxifies the entire body and is used to treat disorders of the digestive tract.
 

 

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Tourmilated or Tourmalated Quartz

Has Highly Protective Energy

Written By Liz Oakes

Tourmilated Quartz encourages a large amount of light to encircle your body. 

This protective field of energy fills your auric field and shields you from harm. 

The light being brought into your being makes these powerful healing crystals.

This quartz variety will help to heal you on many levels as they have strong metaphysical properties. 

These quartz crystals have a few other names such as Tourmalated Quartz or tourmaline in quartz. 

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This is because this combination embodies both the energy of Black Tourmaline and the strong vibration of Clear quartz crystals.

The energy of the quartz amplifies the Tourmaline energy.

These crystals are clear or white quartz which has pieces of Green or Black Tourmaline within it, although commonly black. 

Just like Black Tourmaline, Tourmalinated quartz stones have a strong spiritual grounding energy as well as being potent psychic protection stones and much more.

Where Is Tourmalated Quartz From?

Most of this stone comes from Brazil, and although most stone has inclusions of Tourmaline that is Black, you may also get some rare Green Tourmalinated Quartz as well.

It is usual when most people are talking about Tourmilated quartz, to be referring to stone with fine dark Green or Black Tourmaline inclusions.

There is also a type of quartz that embodies big chunky pieces of Green Tourmaline or Pink Tourmaline that may also be embodied within quartz.

The pink or green chunky tourmaline in quartz is not the stone discussed here.

Like most other types of quartz, these crystals come in a number of different configurations, and a variety of configurations or formations.

There are quite a few spelling variations of its name, all based around the word Tourmaline.

It is also known as Tourmalated Quartz, Tourmalined or Tourmalinated Quartz, as well as Tourmaline in Quartz.

Strong Metaphysical Properties

These quartz crystals have strong metaphysical properties and healing attributes along with an excellent psychic protection energy and a strong spiritual grounding capacity as well.

Tourmilated Quartz crystals have a powerful ability to clear your auric field of negativity and a potent energy that encourages a large amount of light to encircle your body.

When the light that resonates from these crystals surrounds the body, this acts as a powerful protective field of energy, to keep you safe, and shield you from harm.

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Tourmalated QuartzTourmilated Quartz also called Tourmalated Quartz

The addition of the light from this crystal into your being, makes these effective healing crystals.

Just like Black Tourmaline, these stones have a strong spiritual grounding energy as well as being potent psychic protection stones.

This will heal you in a number of different ways because this stone embodies the vibration of Black Tourmaline and the strong resonance of Clear quartz crystals, which will amplify the Tourmaline energy.

They are powerful healing stones, on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level.

Your Tourmilated Quartz may be clear or white quartz with inclusions of Black Tourmaline pieces within it. They can range from fine pieces through to bigger chunkier pieces.

Why Would You Use It?

These stones embody Black Tourmaline, that has a vibration that creates a strong action at the base or root chakra and the earth star chakra.

The basis of these stones are commonly Clear Quartz Crystals, or white snow quartz stones, and both of these have an excellent energy at all of the chakras.

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Clear quartz create a particularly strong resonance within the third eye chakra, the crown chakra, the soul star chakra and within the higher transpersonal chakras.

This aids these chakras to emanate more white light. The crown chakra is your connection to the Divine Mind, and it from here that the white light emanates.

This link with the higher chakras makes these tourmaline quartz crystals have a strong vibration that aids clear thinking and emotional clarity.

Wearing Tourmilated Quartz

As this is such an excellent stone to wear, it is worth looking for jewelry made from this stone. You may find it made into birthstone jewelry, as it is a Libra birthstone.

Wearing a Tourmilated Quartz Pendant will act as a shield preventing negativity and promoting and amplifying positive energy for increased harmony in your life.

Tourmaline In Quartz PendantTourmaline In Quartz Pendant

You will find this crystals on the zodiac birthstone list, and Tourmilated Quartz jewelry is excellent to have within your aura.

This stone embodies the energy of both Black Tourmaline and the clear quartz.

Having the powerful light embodied within this stone in your environment will help to heal you in many ways, including your mental, spiritual, emotional and physical bodies.

This crystal has a powerful action to aid your lightbody, and as it works through the higher chakras, it may assist the development of your psychic gifts.

How Will It Help You?

Although Black Tourmaline has many powerful metaphysical and healing attributes, it the combination with the clear quartz that makes Tourmilated Quartz so powerful.

This crystal is an excellent asset on a number of levels and they are highly beneficial healing crystals for you to use. They are also an excellent environmental cleanser.

Their energy amplifies the vibration of the Black Tourmaline out into the environment of the area where they are located, to transmute any negativity and create positive feelings.

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All Quartz crystals have powerful amplifying properties, and they may also be programmed to use for specific purposes. 

Clear quartz alone has excellent ability to infuse the auric field with light.  It will amplify the energy of other stones it is with and amplify your thoughts and may aid clear thinking. 

Unfortunately this may be a problem when you are going through a negative period and the thoughts that are being amplified are not positive. 

This is why the presence of the Black Tourmaline in this stone is so welcome, as it brings through the capacity of this mineral to aid you to clear negativity from your environment.

It is known to aid you to clear emotional problems as it helps to dissolve crystallized patterns within the auric field.

It aids astral travel and creates harmony within all of the chakras. 

Program a piece of this stone to use in your daily crystal meditation. Black Tourmaline is a powerful stone that transmutes negative energy into positive energy.

This is why it is so powerful to use for protection from psychic attack.

The Tourmilated quartz will amplify the program that you place within the stone, and will also enhance the action of the Black Tourmaline.

So any negativity in the situation will be transformed or deflected, as it transmutes negativity at an even more powerful level than if you had used the Tourmaline alone.

How To Use It: My Final Thoughts

Learn easy ways to meditate, as this stone brings you clarity of thought during meditation, while encouraging you to release any negative thoughts you have been concentrating your attention on.

Using a piece of this quartz crystal in combination with the power and energy of positive affirmations may enable you to improve your life.

Tourmalinated QuartzTourmalinated Quartz or Tourmaline In Quartz

In summary: By using Tourmilated Quartz you create a balancing action, which may be classified as a yin-yang energy, encompassing the dualities of light and dark, negative and positive. 

It shifts opposites into balance because the black neutralizes any negativity and the white or clear quartz enhances positive energy.

All quartz crystal varieties are excellent stones to program for almost any purpose.

You may use this aspect to create a piece of this crystal to use particularly to aid you when you are feeling depressed or negative.

Best Crystals To Use With Tourmilated Quartz

What are the best crystals to use with Tourmilated Quartz: also called Tourmalated Quartz?

Citrine Crystals are excellent in combination with this quartz variety, as they work through the third eye chakra to enhance your mental clarity.

Both Amethyst Crystals, Smokey Quartz and Rose Quartz are other quartz crystals that may benefit by being used with this stone.

This quartz crystal is beneficial combined with all other colors of Tourmaline, including Blue Tourmaline, Black Tourmaline, Golden Yellow Tourmaline and Pink Tourmaline.

Green Tourmaline as well as Dravite Brown Tourmaline and Champagne Tourmaline will also combine well with it, as does the unusual Watermelon Tourmaline, which embodies the energy of both Pink and Green Tourmaline.

It is beneficial to use a number of different stones with Tourmilated Quartz, as it will amplify their energies and transmute any negative energy released during the process.

You may use it with Jet, Sugilite or Moldavite or Black Obsidian, to help to amplify their energy.

If you want to stimulate your problem solving capacity, use it with other crystals that can help you to solve problems. 

This includes stones such as Cassiterite,  Blue Aragonite, Scapolite or Creaseyite.

More Pictures Of Tourmilated Quartz

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Amazonite

Amazonite


Amazonite is a green microcline feldspar. It is named after the Amazon River of South America, where the first commercial deposits were found. The stones shown here are a light green Amazonite that was mined in Mozambique. Shop for Amazonite.
Angelite

Angelite


Angelite is a marketing name for blue anyhdrite - a calcium sulfate mineral related to gypsum. Angelite is very soft, with a hardness of 3 to on the Mohs scale. It is unsuitable for use in jewelry because it will be easily abraded or broken. It has a very nice blue color, which is sometimes produced with dye. Shop for Angelite.
Apache Tears

Apache Tears


Apache Tears are round nodules of obsidian that polish to a beautiful jet black color. If you hold them up to the light, you will see that they are a translucent to transparent glass. These polished Apache Tears were produced from a material found in Arizona (USA). Shop for Apache Tears.
Apricot Agate

Apricot Agate


Apricot Agate is a banded agate that is named for its apricot pink or orange color. It is a beautiful material with bands of whites, creams, yellows, oranges and pinks. The stones shown here were produced from agate mined in Botswana (Africa). Shop for Apricot Agate.
Aquamarine

Aquamarine (Blue Beryl)


Beryl is a mineral that occurs in a variety of colors. When it is attractive it is used as a gem. Transparent blue beryl is the very popular gemstone known as "aquamarine". When it is translucent to opaque, the name "blue beryl" is most appropriate, but some mall jewelry stores use the name aquamarine. Shop for Aquamarine.
Banded Amethyst

Banded Amethyst


Amethyst is the name given to transparent to translucent purple quartz. It often forms in alternating bands with white to clear quartz. The resulting material is called Banded Amethyst or sometimes Chevron Amethyst. The Banded Amethyst used to produce these stones was mined in Namibia (Africa). Shop for Banded Amethyst.

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Banded Carnelian

Banded Carnelian


Carnelian is a translucent orange to red or brown agate. It often forms in alternating bands with white chalcedony. The result is known as Banded Carnelian. These stones were produced from an orange to pink material mined in Botswana (Africa). Shop for Banded Carnelian.
Black Chalcedony

Black Chalcedony


Black Chalcedony is a variety of microcrystalline quartz with a black color. Most material sold as black chalcedony has been altered by dye or other treatment to produce the black color. When the material has black and white parallel bands, it is known as "onyx". Shop for Black Chalcedony.
Black Moonstone

Black Moonstone


Moonstone occurs in a wide variety of colors, including black and dark gray. The black to gray bodycolor is visible from most directions, but when the angle of light or angle of observation is just right, a flash of silver adularescence is produced. The luster approaches metallic.
Black Tourmaline

Black Tourmaline


Tourmaline has one of the widest color ranges of any gem. The colors are caused by the mineral's many compositions. The most common tourmaline color is a material that is so black that it is essentially opaque. This pitch-black variety is known as "schorl."
Bloodstone

Bloodstone


Bloodstone, also known as heliotrope, is a green jasper splashed with small drops of red. The red drops remind many people of blood, and that is the source of the name Bloodstone. It has been a popular stone since Biblical times. The Bloodstone shown here was produced from material mined in India.
Blue Chalcedony

Blue Chalcedony


There are very few blue gemstones. Occasionally the variety of microcrystalline quartz known as chalcedony occurs in a blue color, such as this blue material mined in Namibia (Africa).
Blue Lace Agate

Blue Lace Agate


Blue Lace Agate is the name given to a chalcedony that consists of alternating bands of white agate and subtle blue to transparent agate. The result is a lacy appearance that looks like blue lace. The Blue Lace Agate shown here was produced from material found in Namibia (Africa). Shop for Blue Lace Agate.
Blue Quartzite

Blue Quartzite


Blue quartzite is a metamorphosed sandstone that receives its color from tiny blue inclusions of a fibrous mineral that is probably dumortierite. The abundance of the inclusions causes color variation within the stone and some intense blue bands where the inclusions are most abundant. Shop for Blue Quartzite.
Botswana Agate

Botswana Agate


Botswana Agate is a name given to a banded agate found in Botswana (Africa). This agate typically has wonderful white, gray and brown banding - sometimes with "eyes" - and takes a very high polish. Shop for Botswana Agate.
Brazilian Agate

Brazilian Agate


Any type of agate from the country of Brazil can be called "Brazilian agate". The stones shown here have attractive red, orange, yellow, brown, and white banding. They have a wonderful translucence and a super-shiny polish. Shop for Brazilian Agate.



Brecciated Jasper

Brecciated Jasper


"Breccia" is a rock composed of angular fragments. Brecciated jasper consists of jasper fragments cemented together with agate or jasper. The Brecciated Jasper shown here is a bright red material with white, gray and black markings. These stones were produced from material found in South Africa. Shop for Brecciated Jasper.
Yellow Calcite

Calcite


Calcite is one of Earth's most abundant minerals, but it is rarely seen as a tumbled stone because it has perfect cleavage (which makes it break during tumbling) and because it is very soft and very difficult to polish. These pieces of tumbled calcite have a spectacular translucent color and a wonderful polish. Shop for Yellow Calcite.
Carnelian

Carnelian Agate


Carnelian Agate is a translucent orange to red or brown agate. It has been a popular gemstone since Biblical times. The stones shown here have a bright orange color and a very bright polish. They were produced from agate found in Botswana (Africa). Shop for Carnelian.
Cat's-Eye Glass

Cat's-Eye Glass


Cat's-Eye Glass is a man-made material that is a byproduct of the fiber optics industry. It is a glass that is filled with parallel bundles of optical fibers. When a beam of light enters the glass and strikes these fibers, it reflects from them, creating a phenomenon known as a "cat's eye" or "chatoyance". Shop for Cat's-Eye Glass.
Chrysocolla

Chrysocolla in Quartz


Chrysocolla is a vivid blue to blue-green mineral that contains copper. It often forms in intimate association with quartz or chalcedony to yield a durable gemstone. Chrysocolla is often found associated with copper deposits, much like the mineral turquoise. These stones were produced from material mined in Namibia (Africa). Shop for Chrysocolla.
Chrysoprase

Chrysoprase


Chrysoprase is a yellowish green to green variety of chalcedony. Its green color is usually caused by trace amounts of nickel. It is the second-most-valuable variety of chalcedony after gem silica. Most chrysoprase is mined in Australia. It is not seen in mass-market jewelry because supplies are limited.
Cinnabrite

Cinnabrite


Cinnabrite is a rock composed of scapolite (white) and epidote (red). Its eye-catching appearance makes it an interesting gem material for making cabochons, tumbled stones and other items. Its name makes some people think that it is composed of cinnabar and quartz, but that is incorrect.
Citrine Quartz

Citrine Quartz


Citrine is a variety of transparent to translucent quartz that ranges in color from a light yellow through orange to amber brown. Yellow and golden citrine is especially popular. These stones were produced from material found in Brazil. Most citrine quartz is produced by heat-treating Amethyst. Shop for Citrine Quartz.
Citron Magnesite

Citron Magnesite


Citron Magnesite is a pale green to bright green magnesium carbonate with a color similar to ripening citrus fruit. That's the source of the name "citron". These stones have a soft luster polish and were produced from material found in Australia. Shop for Citron Magnesite.
Clear quartz

Clear Quartz


Quartz is one of the most abundant minerals in Earth's crust, but clear specimens with very little color that are nearly free from inclusions are seldom found. They are known as "clear quartz" or "rock crystal". They capture the light and have a "bright" appearance. Shop for Clear Quartz.
Colored Moonstone

Colored Moonstone


Moonstone is the name used for stones of orthoclase feldspar with a soft pearly luster, sometimes with adularescence. It occurs in a variety of colors which include: white, cream, pink, brown and gray. These colored moonstones were produced from material found in India. Shop for Colored Moonstone.
Confusionite

Confusionite


Confusionite is a material that, at least to the observer, is difficult or impossible to identify. No person who possesses an abundant number of polished stones should be ashamed to confess that he cannot identify a significant number. These stones can be called "confusionite" to reduce embarrassment.
Convoluted Jasper

Convoluted Jasper


Convoluted jasper is named for the many bands and layers that traverse the stone. This material is red with fine bands of white to cream to brown. Some pieces contain particles of hematite which give the stone a high specific gravity. The material shown here has a brilliant shiny polish. Shop for Convoluted Jasper.
Agatized Coral

Coral, Agatized


A rare find is fossil coral that has been replaced by agate - or agatized. This type of fossilization often preserves the structure of the coral individual or colony. The result can be a beautiful stone that can be polished to display cross and lateral sections through the coral fossil.
Crackle quartz

Crackle Quartz


"Crackle Quartz" is a name used for quartz specimens that have been heat treated and then dyedto change their color. The heating and subsequent cold-water quenching produces fractures in the stone that facilitate the penetration of dyes.
Crazy Lace Agate

Crazy Lace Agate


Crazy Lace Agate is a white to gray botryoidal agate with colorful stains that are usually yellow, orange, red and brown. Most of the material offered for sale originates in Mexico. It exhibits a lace-like pattern of curves and eyes and is a popular material for tumbled stones, cabochons and beads. Shop for Crazy Lace Agate.
Dalmatian stone

Dalmatian Stone


Dalmatian Stone is a white to gray igneous rock with black spots. It is given that name because white specimens have a color pattern similar to a Dalmatian dog. Dalmatian Stoneis often dyed a variety of colors.
Dolomite

Dolomite


Dolomite is a sedimentary rock that is very similar to limestone. Most people would never think of it as a gemstone. However, it can be brightly polished by people who know how, and it often contains interesting fossils of brachiopods, crinoids, bryozoans and other ancient organisms.
Dragon Blood

Dragon Blood


Dragon Blood is a rock containing two members of the epidote mineral group. The green material is epidote and the red is piemontite. Some people call this material "Dragon Jasper" but that is incorrect - jasper is a cryptocrystalline quartz and an opaque variety of chalcedony. Shop for Dragon Blood.
Dumortierite

Dumortierite


Dumortierite is a bright blue, dark blue or greenish-blue mineral that is occasionally found in metamorphic rocks. It can be polished to a high luster and is one of just a few blue minerals that are hard enough to be used as a gemstone. The stones shown here were produced from material mined in Mozambique (Africa).
Dyed agate

Dyed Agate


Agate is a variety of chalcedony that can be extremely colorful. It is slightly porous, with some bands and zones being more porous than others. When heat treated and exposed to dye, the porous zones absorb more dye than the less porous, producing a stone that is banded with various color intensities.
Eye agate

Eye Agate


"Eye agates" are rare agates that have perfectly circular markings or "eyes". These are actually three-dimensional features that extend into the stone in the shape of a hemisphere. Sometimes eye agatehas concentric or "bull's eye" color zones. Lake Superior and Botswana agates frequently display eyes.
Fancy Jasper

Fancy Jasper


Fancy jasper is a dark green jasper with patches and splashes of other colors, such as red, yellow, and white. The colors and patterns vary from one piece to the next, making each stone truly unique. The stones shown here were produced from material mined in India. Shop for Fancy Jasper.
Fluorite

Fluorite


Fluorite occurs in a variety of colors such as purple, green, yellow, blue and clear, and the colors are often banded. Fluorite often has a wonderful fluorescence. Although it is beautiful, it is not well suited for jewelry use because it has a hardness of four and has perfect cleavage in four directions. Shop for Fluorite.
Gneiss

Gneiss


Gneiss is a metamorphic rock in the shale - slate - phyllite - schist - gneiss sequence. It usually contains an abundance of feldspar minerals and quartz. Many specimens of gneiss can be brightly polished in a rock tumbler if they do not contain very much mica.
Goldstone

Goldstone


Goldstone is a man-made glass that contains abundant crystals with a bright metallic luster. Flat faces of the crystals catch and reflect light to give the stone a glittering appearance. The glittering is triggered by moving the stone, moving the light, or changing the angle of observation. Shop for Goldstone.
Granite

Granite


Granite is an igneous rock composed of quartz and feldspar with minor amounts of micas, amphiboles and other minerals. It can be pink, white or gray in color. Although the minerals in granite have various hardnesses, it can easily be tumbled into attractive stones. Here are a few granitesthat we tumbled.
Green Aventurine

Green Aventurine


Aventurine is a translucent quartz with inclusions of platy minerals such as muscovite mica, hematite or goethite. The inclusions reflect light entering the stone to produce a glistening known as "aventurescence." These stones were produced from material from Zimbabwe (Africa). Shop for Green Aventurine.
Green Jasper

Green Jasper


The most common jasper color is red, and after that in abundance is green jasper. It is often a very, very dark green - so dark that at first glance you think that it is black. When green jasper is marked with red splotches, the rock is then known as "bloodstone".
Green Moss Agate

Green Moss Agate


Moss agate is a translucent to transparent chalcedony that contains visible inclusions with a mossy or dendritic shape. The moss agate shown here has dark green inclusions. These stones were produced from material found in India. Shop for Green Moss Agate.
Grossularite Garnet

Grossularite Garnet


The grossularite garnet used to make tumbled stones, beads and carvings is an opaque, massive garnet that often has an attractive green color. It is found in South Africa, where it has been incorrectly called "Transvaal Jade" (it has no mineralogical relationship with jade). Shop for Grossularite Garnet.
Hematite

Hematite


Hematite is an iron oxide mineral with a bright red or silver color. It is has a specific gravity that is about double that of the typical gemstone - thus it feels very heavy. This hematite has a bright silver metallic luster. The hematite used to produce these stones was found in Brazil. Shop for Hematite.
Dyed Howlite

Howlite (Dyed Blue)


Howlite is an inexpensive white mineral, often marked with gray to black spider webbing. In the s someone dyed some howlite a nice blue color, and WOW! they had a turquoise look-alike. Since then it has fooled millions of people in tourist shops throughout the Southwestern U.S. and beyond.
Hypersthene

Hypersthene


Hypersthene is a black silicate mineral occasionally found in igneous rocks such as gabbro, basalt and andesite. It accepts a bright polish which sometimes reveals zones and bands of a phenomenon that seems transitional between chatoyance and play-of-color. Shop for Hypersthene.
Jet

Jet


Jet is an organic rock similar to coal, but instead of breaking like coal it can be cut, carved or polished into interesting sculptures, beads or faceted stones. Jet is a very light-weight material and was popular in jewelry of the Victorian Era. It is rarely seen as a tumbled stone. Shop for Jet.
Kambaba Jasper

Kambaba Jasper


Kambaba Jasper is a dark green orbicular jasper that takes a nice polish and is found in Madagascar. The Kambaba jasper shown here is a dark green material with green to black circular markings (orbs). Kambaba is also known as "crocodile stone" because the markings on it remind some people of crocodile eyes. Shop for Kambaba Jasper.
Kiwi Stone

Kiwi Stone


Kiwi Stone has dark black spots on a faint bluish green background. It is composed of quartzite, and the black spots are flakes of chlorite. It is called "Kiwi Stone" because it is reportedly from New Zealand. Some people call it "jasper" but that name is incorrect.
Kunzite

Kunzite


Kunzite is a trade name for pink to purple, gem-quality specimens of the mineral spodumene, an ore of lithium. Spodumene with a yellowish green to green color is known as hiddenite. Kunzite is difficult to polish because it is brittle and often breaks with a subconchoidal to hackly fracture.
Labradorite

Labradorite


Labradorite is a variety of plagioclase feldspar that often exhibits bright flashes of electric yellow, green or blue when played in the light. This phenomenon is unique to the mineral and has been named "labradorescence." It is one of our favorite tumbled stones. Shop for Labradorite.
Lake Superior Agate

Lake Superior Agate


Lake Superior Agates are banded chalcedony nodules that formed in the gas vesicles of ancient Canadian lava flows. Glaciers then scoured them from their host rock and carried them south into the Great Lakes region of the United States. They are beautiful red, brown and often crystal-centered agates.
Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli


Lapis Lazuli is a gemstone that has been popular since Biblical times. It is one of just a few blue gemstones. It often contains white calcite veins and sparkles of gold pyrite. The stones shown here have a bright blue color and were produced from material mined in Chile. Shop for Lapis Lazuli.
Leopard Skin

Leopard Skin


Leopard Skin looks like its name. It is a cream to tan to pink rhyolite with black, white, red, or tan markings in a color pattern that resembles the fur of a leopard. It is a popular gemstone that polishes well. These stones were produced from material mined in Mexico. Shop for Leopard Skin.
Lepidolite

Lepidolite


Lepidolite is a variety of mica that occurs in a spectrum of colors that range from pink to deep lavender. The stones shown here are tumbled quartz pebbles that have enough lepidolite inclusions to yield pink and lavender gemstones.
Lilac Amethyst

Lilac Amethyst


Amethyst is a purple variety of crystalline quartz that can be transparent through translucent. When it has a soft purple color, it is often called "lilac amethyst". The stones shown here were produced from material mined in South Africa. Shop for Lilac Amethyst.
Lionskin

Lionskin


Lionskin is a rock that contains fragments of golden tiger's-eye and other material cemented in a clear quartz or milky agate matrix. It might be considered a "tiger's-eye breccia" because the tiger's-eye fragments are angular in shape. Many of the breccia fragments display the chatoyance that gives tiger's-eye its name. Shop for Lionskin.
Llanite

Llanite


Llanite is a rock found in Texas and a few other locations that contains tiny euhedral (well-formed) crystals of blue quartz in a groundmass of pink and brown feldspar. The blue crystals attract attention and make llanite an interesting lapidary material. Its rock name is rhyolite porphyry.
Lodestone

Lodestone


Lodestone has amazed people for thousands of years because it is a natural magnet. When suspended on a string, it will orient itself with Earth's magnetic field. It has a silver metallic luster and is a variety of the iron ore magnetite. These specimens were found in the United States.
Magnesite

Magnesite


Magnesite is a magnesium carbonate mineral. It usually has a white or gray color and is sometimes marked with gray to black veins. It is porous, and its white color allows it to accept dye with very predictable color results. It is often confused with Howlite. Shop for Magnesite.
Dyed magnesite

Magnesite - Dyed


Magnesite is one of the most commonly dyed lapidary materials. It is often dyed to produce bright colors that are not often found in natural stones. It is also used as a substitute for turquoise. These are sometimes sold without disclosure.
Mahogany Obsidian

Mahogany Obsidian


Mahogany Obsidian is a rare variety of obsidian (a natural volcanic glass) that gets its name from its brown color. It ranges from a "black obsidian with brown markings" to a solid brown material. It accepts a very bright polish and is very popular because of that polish. Shop for Mahogany Obsidian.
Malachite

Malachite


Malachite is a green copper carbonate mineral. It often displays swirled and banded patterns in shades of light through dark green. It is a very heavy material because of its high copper content. These stones were produced from malachite mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Africa).
Montana Moss Agate

Montana Moss Agate


Montana Moss is a transparent to translucent agate with brown and black mossy inclusions. The base color ranges from clear through milky to amber brown. It is named after the State of Montana, where it is found at many locations and is a popular rough with lapidaries.
Mookaite

Mookaite


Mookaite is silicified radiolarian siltstone that is found in Western Australia. Many specimens of Mookaite can accept a very high polish. It is widely known for its spectacular contrasting color patterns of yellows, creams, reds and maroons. Shop for Mookaite.
Morganite

Morganite


Morganite is a variety of the mineral beryl, defined by its delicate orange to pink color. Translucent pieces are made into beads and tumbled stones. Transparent pieces are faceted. Since about , morganite has become a very popular jewelry stone that is often set in rose-color gold.
Mozarkite

Mozarkite


Mozarkite is a colorful chert found at many locations in Missouri. It can be cut and polished and used as a gem. It was adopted as the official state rock of Missouri by the State General Assembly in As the official state rock, it is a popular item in tourist and gift shops. It makes beautiful tumbled stones.
nephrite

Nephrite


Nephrite and jadeite are the two minerals that can rightfully be called "jade." Nephrite is the less valuable of the pair. It occurs in colors that range through white, cream, green, gray and black. It can be difficult to polish in a rock tumbler because it is so tough.
Ocean Jasper

Ocean Jasper


Ocean Jasper, sometimes called "orbicular jasper," is a silicified rhyolite or tuff that contains "eyes" formed from radial quartz and feldspar crystals. It occurs in a variety of colors, but green, yellow, white, pink and cream color patterns are very common. It often has an amazing fluorescence. Shop for Ocean Jasper.
Oil Shale

Oil Shale


Most people think of a sticky, gooey rock when they hear the name "oil shale". However, it is often silicified enough that it can be polished in a rock tumbler to produce beautiful banded tumbled stones with subtle shades of gray, brown, tan and green.
Olive Opal

Olive Opal


Olive opal is a color variety of common opal with a greenish yellow or yellowish green to black color. It can be translucent to opaque, and translucent pieces often have a resinous appearance that reminds you of a greenish amber. Shop for Olive Opal.

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Orange Quartz

Orange Quartz


Quartz naturally occurs in almost every color of the spectrum. These colors are caused by impurities in the quartz crystal. This gemmy orange quartz in a beautiful peachy color was produced from a mine in India. Shop for Orange Quartz.
Orange Quartzite

Orange Quartzite


Quartzite is a durable metamorphic rock that can be found in a wide variety of colors. The material shown here has a delicate peachy orange color and a superb polish. Shop for Orange Quartzite.
Orthoclase

Orthoclase


Orthoclase is a very common mineral of the feldspar family. It often has a pleasing peach color and soft pearly luster. Surprisingly, orthoclase has not received the same level of lapidary attention as amazonite - another feldspar mineral with an interesting color. It has right-angle cleavage and often breaks into interesting shapes.
Petrified Wood

Petrified Wood


Petrified wood forms when plant debris is buried and then replaced by mineral material such as chalcedony or opal. This often occurs when a forest is buried under a volcanic ash fall. When polished, these pieces of wood often display interesting grain patterns that can sometimes be linked to a specific type of plant. Shop for Petrified Wood rough.
Arizona petrified wood

Petrified Wood (Arizona)


Petrified wood is found at many localities worldwide. The most famous are in the state of Arizona (USA). Much of the petrified wood found there is various shades of red without distinctive wood grain. It is sometimes found as logs or tree segments. Most is found as small pieces scattered on the surface or in dry washes. Shop for Arizona Petrified Wood.
Phosphosiderite

Phosphosiderite


Phosphosiderite is an iron phosphate mineral that is popular in tumbled stones because it occurs in a range of translucent to opaque purples, pinks, and violets that are rarely seen in other gem materials. It is a fragile material with a hardness of only 3 1/2 to 4.
Picasso Stone

Picasso Stone


"Picasso stone" reminds many people of the interesting art style of the famous painter, Pablo Picasso. It is a beautiful material with angular patterns in gray, brown, black, cream, white and other colors. These stones were produced from material found in Utah (USA). Shop for Picasso Stone.
Picture Jasper

Picture Jasper


Picture Jasper is a material marked with colors and patterns that look like "landscape" scenes - thus the name "picture jasper." If you study a stone, you will often find interesting "pictures" of landscapes and deserts. These stones were produced from material found in Namibia (Africa). Shop for Picture Jasper.
Pink Aventurine

Pink Aventurine


Aventurine is a quartz with abundant inclusions of platy minerals such as mica. The inclusions reflect and scatter light within the stone to produce a glittering phenomenon known as "aventurescence." The pink stones shown here were produced from material mined in Canada. Shop for Pink Aventurine.



Pink Botswana Agate

Pink Botswana Agate


"Botswana agate" is the name given to banded agates produced in the country of Botswana (Africa). Some of these stones occur in a gray through creamy pink color. These are known as "Pink Botswana." Shop for Pink Botswana Agate.
Pink Opal

Pink Opal


Pink opal is a variety of common opal that is rarely seen as a tumbled stone. It can be a beautiful material even though it lacks the "play-of-color" exhibited by precious opal. These specimens were mined in Peru, a country that is well known for producing pink opal.
Pinolith

Pinolith (or Pinolite)


Pinolith is a black and white, or gray and white, metamorphic rock in which white pine-nut-shaped crystals of magnesite stand out in contrast to a matrix of gray dolomite or black graphitic dolomite. At present, the single source is in Austria and northeastern Spain.
Polychrome Jasper

Polychrome Jasper


Polychrome Jasper gets its name from its many colors - "poly" + "chrome". It is often red, brown, orange, gray, white, and bluish or greenish colors. These colors are usually arranged in banded or swirled patterns. The most famous deposit is in Madagascar, but look-alike material is found in many areas.
Prasiolite

Prasiolite


Prasiolite is a green quartz produced when amethyst is naturally heated, or, when amethyst is heated or irradiated by people. Color produced by people should be disclosed if the material is being sold. It is often called "green amethyst" but that name is a misnomer, considered to be deceptive or misleading. Shop for Prasiolite.
Prehnite

Prehnite


Prehnite is a yellow to green silicate mineral that is occasionally found in igneous and metamorphic rocks. The specimens used as gemstones generally are transparent to translucent with a pleasing yellow-green color. The stones shown here were produced from material mined in South Africa. Shop for Prehnite.
pyrite

Pyrite


Pyrite is one of Earth's most common minerals. It is found almost everywhere and in almost every type of rock. Its metallic yellow color causes it to be often mistaken for the much more valuable gold. That's how it earned the name "fool's gold." Some people call this material "healer's gold" - but it has no medicinal value.
Rainbow hematite

Rainbow "Hematite"


Rainbow "Hematite" is a man-made material that is often given a thin coating of an iridescent metallic material. The bright iridescent colors really attract attention and produce sales in gift, souvenir, and science stores. The name "hematite" is in quotes because it is a misnomer. Shop for Rainbow "Hematite".
Rainforest Rhyolite

Rainforest Rhyolite


Rainforest Rhyolite is a mottled greenish to brown, heavily patterned material that is thought to have formed from the silicification of rhyolite. It can contain numerous orbs, poppy-shaped structures, and occasional vugs that are sometimes filled with a milky to bluish chalcedony. Some people call it "Rainforest Jasper". Shop for Rainforest Rhyolite.
Red Jasper

Red Jasper


Jasper is an opaque chalcedony, and red is one of its most common colors. This red jasper from South Africa has a fire-engine red color that in some stones is interrupted by a white to transparent quartz vein. It often accepts an exceptionally high polish. Shop for Red Jasper.
Rhodochrosite

Rhodochrosite


Rhodochrosite is a pink mineral that often has a banded appearance. It forms in subsurface fractures, cavities, and caverns. It is a soft mineral with perfect cleavage, and that limits its jewelry use to pieces that will not be subjected to impact or abrasion.
Rhodonite

Rhodonite - Pink


Rhodonite is a metamorphic manganese mineral that is well known for its beautiful pink color. It is often found as nodules that are cut by abundant black veins of other manganese minerals. The material used to produce these stones was mined in Canada. Shop for Rhodonite.
Raspberry rhodonite

Rhodonite - Raspberry


Raspberry rhodonite is a bright pink variety of the manganese mineral, rhodonite. It is a metamorphic mineral with a gemmy pink color that is often interrupted by veins of black manganese oxide. The specimens shown here were found in Madagascar. Shop for Raspberry Rhodonite.
Rhyolite

Rhyolite


Rhyolite is an extrusive igneous rock that is produced during gas-charged explosive eruptions. When rhyolite has been silicified, it can be polished in a rock tumbler. The material shown here is known as "chipboard" because its broken appearance reminds some people of the inexpensive substitute for plywood.
Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz


Rose quartz is a transparent to translucent variety of crystalline quartz with a soft pink color. It takes a very high polish and is an exceptionally popular semiprecious stone. The material used to produce these stones was mined in Namibia (Africa). Shop for Rose Quartz.
Ruby in Feldspar

Ruby in Feldspar


Ruby in Feldspar is a trade name for a metamorphic rock in which crystals of pink and red corundum (the "ruby") are surrounded by a fine-grained matrix that contains abundant tiny feldspar grains. A nice big ruby in one of these stones immediately attracts attention.
Ruby in Fuchsite

Ruby in Fuchsite


Fuchsite is a green mineral of the mica family, and ruby is a well-known gem material. When together they are called Ruby in Fuchsite. It is often confused with Ruby in Zoisite. They are easy to tell apart because R-i-F usually contains some blue kyanite near the "rubies."
Ruby in Zoisite

Ruby in Zoisite


Zoisite is a mineral that is rarely found in metamorphic rocks. Even more rarely, it contains bright red corundum crystals (rubies). This bright green zoisite mined in Tanzania (Africa) contains occasional red rubies a few millimeters in diameter.
Rutilated Quartz

Rutilated Quartz


Rutilated quartz is clear to smoky quartz that contains needle-like inclusions of rutile. The number of rutile needles can range from a few thin isolated needles to a dense network of intersecting fibers. The needles are often golden in color and align with the crystallographic axes of the quartz. Shop for Rutilated Quartz.
Septarian Stone

Septarian Stone


These stones are pieces of broken septarian nodules that have been tumbled and polished. The stones consist of a gray matrix, a brown shrinkage crack linking, and the crystalline yellow calcite which filled the shrinkage cracks within the nodules. Shop for Septarian Stone.
Serpentine

Serpentine


Serpentine is the name used for a large group of minerals that are often cut and polished into beautiful gemstones, ornamental stones and architectural materials. It is sometimes used for fine carvings. It can be difficult to tumble to a bright polish, but a few people have mastered that work. Shop for Serpentine.
Shiva Lingam

Shiva Lingam


Shiva Lingam stones are made from stream pebbles and cobbles found in sediments of India's Narmada River. People collect them, improve their shape, and polish them. This work is usually done by hand. They are often used as a "healing stone" and are an item of much Indian folklore.
Smoky Quartz

Smoky Quartz


Smoky Quartz is a light yellowish brown to orangy brown to reddish brown to dark brown variety of crystalline quartz. The specimens in the photo have such a dark brown color that they appear to be almost opaque. Smoky quartz is most often seen as a faceted stone in fashion jewelry.
Snowflake Obsidian

Snowflake Obsidian


Obsidian is a natural volcanic glass that can be polished to a very high luster. Some stones of obsidian contain white crystals of the mineral cristobalite. When polished, these stones produce a gemstone known as snowflake obsidian. Shop for Snowflake Obsidian.
Sodalite

Sodalite


Blue rocks and minerals are rare, and that is what makes sodalite an interesting mineral. It is an igneous mineral named for its sodium content. It typically occurs in a range of blue hues, but white and pink colors are also common. Shop for Sodalite.
Sugilite

Sugilite


Sugilite is a rare silicate mineral that is best known for its translucent pink to purple to magenta color. More commonly, sugilite is mottled and crossed by veins of various gray, white, and black materials. It is often mispronounced. Proper pronunciation is "sue-gee-lite".
Sunset Sodalite

Sunset Sodalite


"Sunset Sodalite" is a name used for blue sodalite that contains patches of pinkish orange. Blue rocks and minerals are uncommon to begin with, and it is even more unusual to find a blue mineral that is mixed with a contrasting color such as orange. This material, also called "sunrise sodalite", was named because its colors are reminiscent of the sky at dusk or dawn. Shop for Sunset Sodalite.
Sunstone

Sunstone


Sunstone is a plagioclase feldspar that contains abundant inclusions of platy minerals such as mica or metals that sparkle in reflected light. This sparkling luster is known as aventurescence. These specimens of sunstone were mined in India. Shop for Sunstone.
Blue Tiger's-Eye

Tiger's-Eye - Blue


Tiger's-Eye receives its name from how reflected light forms a band that crosses the stone at a right angle to linear structures within the stone. Although the most popular Tiger's-Eye is golden to brown in color, it also occurs in other colors such as this deep blue material found in South Africa. Shop for Blue Tiger's-Eye.
Gold Tiger's-Eye

Tiger's-Eye - Gold


Tiger's-Eye receives its name from reflections of light that form a band crossing the stone at a right angle to fibrous structures within the stone. The Tiger's-Eye shown here is the popular and typical golden brown color. These stones were produced from material found in South Africa. Shop for Gold Tiger's-Eye.
Red Tiger's-Eye

Tiger's-Eye - Red


Most Tiger's-Eye is a honey to golden brown color; however, it is sometimes heat-treated to produce a deep reddish color. A small amount of red tiger's-eye is produced by natural heating. These stones were produced from material found in South Africa. Shop for Red Tiger's-Eye.
Tourmalinated Quartz

Tourmalinated Quartz


Tourmalinated Quartz is the name used for specimens of rock crystal quartz that contain visible inclusions of tourmaline. In these stones, the tourmaline occurs as prismatic crystals of schorl, the black tourmaline. Other varieties of tourmaline can be present in quartz, but schorl is by far the most common.
Tree Agate

Tree Agate


Tree agate is a name used for a white chalcedony that has green dendritic markings. It is a very popular material used to make beads, cabochons and tumbled gemstones. The stones shown here were produced from material mined in Botswana. Shop for Tree Agate.
Turquoise

Turquoise


Turquoise is a gemstone that is so famous for its distinctive blue-green color that the name of the gemstone has entered common language. Turquoise has been mined in many parts of the world. Its most famous use is in the Native American art produced by the people of the southwestern United States.
Turritella Agate

Turritella


Turritella is a rockhound name used for a brown, translucent, fossiliferous agate found in the Green River Formation of Wyoming. The name was given because the christener thought the fossils were of the Turritellagenus (they are really Elimia tenera), but the name has stuck. Shop for Turritella Agate.
Unakite

Unakite


Unakite is an igneous rock that contains mostly green epidote and pink orthoclase, but with minor amounts of quartz and other minerals. It is often polished to produce an interesting gemstone. The stones shown here were produced from material mined in South Africa. Shop for Unakite.
White Moonstone

White Moonstone


Moonstone is the name used for stones of orthoclase feldspar with a soft pearly luster, sometimes with adularescence or fluorescence. These white to cream-color stones have a nice pearly luster and bright polish. They were produced from moonstone mined in India. Shop for White Moonstone.
White Quartz

White Quartz


White quartz is one of Earth's small number of ubiquitous minerals - that means it is found almost everywhere. Perhaps it is rarely polished because it is so common that it is overlooked. However, it is a beautiful tumbled stone that works nicely in jewelry and craft projects. Shop for White Quartz.
Yellow Feather Jasper

Yellow Feather Jasper


Yellow feather is a multi-color jasper found in Utah. The name "yellow feather" was inspired by dark feather-like markings that cut across a basecolor of yellow, brown or reddish orange. It is used to make interesting tumbled stones. Shop for Yellow Feather tumbling rough.
Yellow Jasper

Yellow Jasper


Yellow Jasper is an opaque yellow to yellow-brown-beige chalcedony that can be polished to a very high luster. These stones, produced from material mined in South Africa, show some dark brown to cream color zones that produce a scenic pattern. Shop for Yellow Jasper.
Yellow Quartz

Yellow Quartz


Yellow Quartz is a translucent to transparent quartz with a light to deep yellow color. These translucent stones were produced from material mined in India and have a very bright polish. Shop for Yellow Quartz.
Zebra Marble

Zebra Marble


Zebra Marble is a black and white material that has a coloration similar to a zebra. It is a dolomitic marble in which the banded appearance is actually foliation caused by the heat and pressure of metamorphism. Shop for Zebra Marble.
Gemstones of the World

Gemstones of the World


Gemstones of the World(fifth edition) by Walter Schumann is one of the most popular gemstone books ever written. Over one million copies have been sold. It has about pages of basic gemstone information and about pages dedicated to photos and descriptions of over gems and gem materials. It contains about photos of gemstones in rough and cut states. It is an easy-to-understand book written for people high school age and up. Get your copy of Gemstones of the World.
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Tibetan Black Spot Quartz

CHAKRA(S): Harmonizes and clears ALL Chakras  

VIBRATION: Number 4  

ZODIAC: All

CHARACTERISTICS:  Spiritual knowledge, Balance, and Protection

ELEMENT: Storm

SCIENTIFIC: A member of the Quartz family, Tibetan Black Spot Quartz forms as either single or double terminations found in clear quartz, water clear, cloudy, frosty, gray and smoky quartz compositions with "black spot" inclusions due to the presence of carbon, hematite, and other black colored minerals. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz’ hardness is rated at 7 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz is found in the Himalaya Mountains located in Nepal and Tibet.

ATTRIBUTES: Tibetan Black Spot Quartz has an enhanced crystal vibration that resonates with the energies associated with thousands of years of spiritual practice. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz is energetically programmed with ancient and eastern esoteric knowledge. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz crystals may enhance and amplify rituals, healing work, shamanic work, meditation, channeling sessions and activate the healing properties of other crystals. Double Terminated Tibetan Black Spot Quartz Crystals are powerful stones for spiritual protection and purification as the energies of these crystals creates a bubble of light around the body. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz has a powerful "OM" vibration and makes an excellent crystal tool to use to intensify transformations with regards to healing and spirituality. 

HEALING: Tibetan Black Spot Quartz stimulates the immune system and is a master healer on all levels. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz may be used for healing and repair of the nervous system, including the myelin sheath, the brain, and the nerve ganglia that generate the electromagnetic energies of the chakras.  

SUGGESTIONS FOR USE 

Tibetan Black Spot Quartz may be a beneficial crystal tool for the stimulating the meridians offering centering and increased energy levels. 

Tibetan Black Spot Quartz would make a wonderful crystal tool for past life regression or to help understand the past-life reasons for present life dis-ease or karmic lessons.

In crystal body layouts or healing grids, Tibetan Black Spot Quartz harmonizes all the chakras aligning the subtle bodies and bringing the body into balance. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz energetically facilitates deep healing on a cellular level. Tibetan Black Spot Quartz activates the Third Eye, enhances higher dimensional communication, and accesses the Akashic Records.

For Gaia Healing, Tibetan Black Spot Quartz may be placed in an area of Earth energy to enhance the subtle energies of the entire environment.

The energy of Tibetan Black Spot Quartz combines well with high energy Moldavite, Lemurian Seed Crystals, Phenacite, Azeztulite, Faden Quartz, and the calming energies of Lithium Quartz Crystals. 

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POWERS

Tibetan Quartz is also known as Tibetan Black Quartz or Black Spot Quartz due to its carbon inclusions.  It is an ancient and high vibrational crystal that brings purification to the energy bodies. It works to dissolve debris and blocks in one’s energy system and grid, opening channels for higher vibrational frequencies to come in. This activity of Light clears and balances the chakras and meridians. It aids in the expansion of consciousness and the release of limiting beliefs and attachments allowing the freedom to express, heal, create, and serve in ways that are meaningful and beneficial to the individual and planet.

Tibetan Quartz is also a crystal of protection and grounding. It is an excellent meditation crystal, one that lifts you into higher dimensional experiences and one that may awaken you to experience the wisdom and ritual of the Ancients.

HEALING

In healing, Tibetan Quartz is sometimes believed to be a master healer because it guides one to the root cause underlying the issue. It is believed to be particularly helpful in healing the nervous system, and issues affecting the brain and immune system.

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