AMETRINE




AMETRINE



Other Names:
Trystine

Chemical Composition:

SiO2 (+Fe4
Hardness:
  7

Description:

Beautiful combination of citrine and amethyst, resulting in colors from deepest purple to lightest yellow all in the same stone.


About:

Ametrine has only been readily available since 1980, and has become increasingly popular ever since.


Lore & History:

Ametrine was first discovered during the seventeenth century when a Spanish Conquistador received the Anahi Mine in Bolivia it as a dowry. The stones were part of a gift from the conquistador to the Spanish queen who showed them around her court and thus introduced Ametrine to Europe.


Healing Properties:

Useful after any transformation type medicine, especially transplants or major surgery.


Magickal/Metaphysical Properties:

In meditation and attunement, Ametrine supports reaching higher states more quickly, bringing peace and cooperation in the process. Negativity is dispersed from the aura, transforming negative emotions into those supporting integration and cooperation. See also Amethyst and Citrine for more information.


Deity/Elemental/Planetary Affinity:

Earth/Air


Astrological Correspondence:

Libra


Where to Wear for best results:

Sacral to Crown Chakra



Rough Ametrine Crystal   ametrine cut gem



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