Green Apophyllite with Stilbite, Aurangabad, India # TUC010
A uniquely “Limited Edition” specimen of perfectly aesthetic spray of thick Green Apophyllite crystals with Stilbite from a rare, one time “water well pocket” find. Artistically displayed & presented as the amazing piece of our planet it is. This specimen is mounted on a customized acrylic base.
8 Inch X 9 Inch X 5 Inch
Location: Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Infuse Your Being With Light & Aid Angelic Contact
Green Apophyllite is a hydrated potassium calcium silicate and is a rarer form of Apophyllite in shades of green. It forms within clusters along with clear Apophyllite and is often found in combination with other Zeolitic minerals such as Stilbite and Heulandite.
The frequency of Green Apophyllite connects to the heart, third eye and crown chakras. This form of Apophyllite aids with emotional healing and physical healing by bringing life force energy to one’s energy fields.
Green Apophyllite helps one connect to nature’s spirits and devas and with animal communication. It also helps one to connect to the energy of growth and thus the plant kingdom.
This green-toned Apophyllite allows one to be open to the vibrations of nature and connect to the energy fields of Mother Earth. It can bring joy to one’s being.
Year Of Find: 2002
Chemical Composition: KCa4Si8O20(F,OH)
Apophyllite Healing Properties:
Clear Apophyllite is an excellent tool for increasing one’s inner vision and psychic ability. It is an excellent communication device for contacting spiritual guides and for receiving direction from the Higher Self. Good for healing rooms and altars. It is a highly mentally active stone, helping one to understand spiritual lessons and to process spiritual information.
Chakras: Crown, third eye
Elements: Wind, Earth
Zodiac Signs: Gemini, Libra
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