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Green Fluorite is highly beneficial for clearing negative energy from the environment and brings cleansing, renewal, and a spring-like freshness to the chakras. It inspires new ideas, originality and quick thinking. Particularly healing to the Heart Chakra, this mineral brings information from the subconscious, and helps the emotional body understand issues of the heart, both current and of the past.

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Exceptional Gem Rhodolite Garnet East Africa this color of garnet derives its name from rhododendron colored garnets first discovered in North Carolina in the late 1800s.

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Gaia Stone is the name given to a glassy material derived from the ash of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 1980. Gaia Stone carries strong Earth energy

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An intriguing cabochon of Rainbow Moonstone, from India. Cut from hard-to-find rough, Romans named it so because they thought it was made of moonlight. It's actually orthoclase, like its closest relative, labradorite.

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Tanzanite, one of December's birthstones, is relatively new to the colored stone galaxy. As the most common story of the tanzanite mining boom goes, in 1967 a Masai tribesman stumbled upon a cluster of highly transparent, intense blue crystals weathering out of the earth in Merelani, an area of northern Tanzania. He alerted a local fortune hunter named Manuel d’Souza, who quickly registered four mining claims.

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Labradorite..legend has it that the Aurora Borealis were trapped in the rocks in Canada. An Inuit warrior, with a powerful blow of his spear, freed the Northern Lights...some remained and they became labradorite. Not hard to believe when you see the amazing colours in this beautiful gem...

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Citrine - Citrine is a variety of quartz whose color ranges from a pale yellow to brown. Natural citrines are rare; most commercial citrines are heat-treated amethyst. Citrine contains traces of Fe3+ and is rarely found naturally. The name is derived from Latin citrina which means "yellow"

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The Great Mogul diamond is considered to be the largest diamond in India. Discovered between 1630 and 1650, the rare Mogul diamond was found in in the Kollur mine on the Kistna. The rough diamond weighed around 793 carats. It takes its name from its owner, Shah Jehan, fifth in succession from Baber, founder of the so-called "Mogul" dynasty in Hindustan.

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Lightning Ridge Black Opal. It gets its name from a real Australian town in New South Wales and is one of the rarest kinds of opal on the planet.

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another semi-Precious stone chart : also check out https://cgmfindings.com/beads/semi-precious-beads.html for more semi precious stones and colors

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