Polished Angelite Display / Lapidary

$28.77

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Large nodule of Angelite (anhydrite) cut and polished on one surface. Great for display as is or use in lapidary. Approximately 3.25" x 2.25" x 2"

Properties for Stone: Angelite

Synonyms: Anhydrite, Anhydrous Gypsum, Anhydrous Sulfate of Lime, Cube Spar, Karstenite, Muriacite, Siliceous Anhydrous Gypsum

Crystal System: Orthorhombic
Chemical Composition: CaSO4
Mineral Class: Sulfates
Hardness: 3.5
Color: Blue, Blue/Violet White and Gray, Colorless, White
Primary Chakra: Throat
Secondary Chakra: Crown, Third Eye
Astrological Sign: Aquarius

Issues and Ailments (Physical): osteoporosis, Sleep, Throat, water retention

Issues and Ailments (Emotional): Acceptance, compassion, Emotional Pain, Fear, Insecurity, Peace, Truth

Issues and Ailments (Spiritual): Akashic Records, Angelic Realm, Angels, Archangels, Astral Traveling,

Astrology, Attunement, Clairsentience, Perception, Protection, Spiritual Communication, Telepathic Communication, Telepathy, Totem Animals, Visualization

• As its name suggests, Angelite has a connection to the higher realms, facilitating angelic communication. It is a very soothing, peaceful, and uplifting stone helpful with transitions.
• One of a group of higher vibrational crystals that can assist in smoothing the way for vibrational shifts, awareness and ascension.
• Heals and clears the Throat, Third-Eye, and Crown Chakra, and sends energy to the Soul Star Chakra that lies 6 inches above the head.
• Allows for greater spiritual growth, enhanced intuition, and clearer communication.
• Help enhance the meditative state, and to clarify issues
• Angelite allows information from guides/guardians/angels to be integrated into the whole.

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Additional

Custom design, color and stone inlay are available. Time between order and shipment will vary based on complexity, detail and size but will generally be shipped in less than two weeks time.

Some rocks and minerals, such as Sulphur, are scientifically known to have inherent health/safety risks which may not be listed in these descriptions. Other species may become altered when exposed to moisture, Ultra-Violet light or heat. I provide information which can be confirmed through multiple sources and make every attempt to eliminate large discrepancies between authors. Some portions may be taken directly from the source with additional citation. Metaphysical descriptions can vary based intention, method and even location of use. It is strongly recommended to find the method of use which best fits your own personal preferences.

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Cunningham, S. (2011). Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Crystal, Gem & Metal Magic. Llewellyn Worldwide, Jan 8.
Donald R. Prothero, F. S. (2004). Sedimentary Geology: An Introduction to Sedimentary Rocks and Stratigraphy second edition. New York, NY: W.H. Freeman and Company.
Foundation for Balance and Harmony. (2016, Jan 1). www.healingcrystals.com. Retrieved from metaphysical directory: http://www.healingcrystals.com/Metaphysical_Directory_Crystal_Guide
Hudson Institute of Mineralogy. (1993-2016, January 1). mindat.org. Retrieved February 15, 2016, from http://www.mindat.org/
Perkins, D. (2011). Minerolgy Third Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.


As little as 0.01% impurity can alter the coloration of a mineral. This chart shows which colors are
result from which metallic impurities. This shows only the most common colorations and does not reflect additional causation such as radiation, isotopes, or light refraction properties.

Coloring elements
Element Colors
Titanium Blue
Vanadium Green / Color change
Chromium Red - Green
Manganese Pink
Iron Red - Green - Yellow
Cobalt Blue
Nickel Green
Copper Green - Blue

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