Gemstone Family Gypsum
Chakras Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th), Etheric (8th-14th)
Colour Milky White / Translucent / Orange
Found in USA, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Greece, Japan, Australia, Argentina and Brazil
Element  Associated with Wind
Also known as Selene, Satin Spar, Desert Rose
Meaning  Named after the greek goddess of the Moon - Selene and means Moonstone (but has no relation to the moonstone crystal)
Birthstone Month Not a natural birthstone
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Chemical Composition CaSO4·2H2O
Hardness on the Mohs scale  2 (1 being softest, 10 being hardest)
Physical Healing Properties Clears energy blockages, balances and stablises the body, aids and promotes healing, increases libido, protects during pregnancy, strengthens core
Emotional Healing Properties Reduces insecurity, increases desire, cleanses mind of negativity, helps with decision making, helps to move on with life
Spiritual Properties Cleanses the aura, activates upper chakra, increases spiritual attumenent, strengthens telepathic ability, increases intuition
Legend has it that... In the Medieval world, Selenite was said to contain an image of the moon and was believed to grow or shrink in accordance with the lunar phases and In ancient Mesopotamia, Selenite was used to keep sickrooms free from evil spirits. The largest specimen is found in the Naica Mine's Cave of the Crystals and is 12 metres long and weighs 55 tons.


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