Petoskey Stone-Michigan's State Rock It’s a fossil coral. Why is it called a Petoskey Stone? Because many of their kind are found abundantly in and around the Lake Michigan shores of Petoskey? How could the remains of a coral which thrived in tropical warm waters find its way to Michigan? Because 350 million years ago during the Devonian Time Period much of North America was covered by warm shallow seas. Later, the corals were buried under deep layers of sediment.
Clear Quartz clsters coming from Bulgaria and the marvelous Bulgarian mountains. These Clear Quartz pieces are stunning! #crystal #quartz #clearQuartz #mountains #nature #gemstomes #masterhealer #chakra #balance #love
Jacinth is a red variety of zircon (zirconium/silicon/hafnium) found in magmatic, metamorphic, pegma-titic, alluvial rocks. Zircons are commonly slightly radioactive due to trace amounts of uranium & make prime, geochronology age indicators
Tanzanite: This mineral stimulates the throat, the third-eye, and the crown chakras. It brings together all aspects of both communication and psychic power. Astrological signs of Sagittarius, Gemini and Libra.