Hematite is an iron based mineral, and when appearing within quartz as an inclusion may form regions of orange, yellow or golden-yellow colouration, which may appear to be greasy, oily or powdery in nature. A formation (which we know as "Haematoid quartz") is called "Agnitite" by Robert Simmons, and this material has veils and streaks of orange colouration within the quartz: this material comes from Madagascar. Hematite may also appear as tiny flecks of silver, or as complete crystals - plates, rosettes or other crystalline formations. Sometimes you will find tiny spots or strings coloured black, brown or orange-red: this particular manifestation is often called "Harlequin quartz", when hematite can be found together with Lepidocrocite.
The manner in which the hematite manifests defines the way in which the inclusion will work, usually in accordance with its colour and associated chakra correspondences, or its shape or form, the pure crystalline inclusions being especially powerful. All formations that have iron / hematite as an inclusion will however carry an element of grounding and protection. Those with yellow/orange inclusions will stimulate the lower 3 chakras and help balance the heart, mind and body with joy; those at the "red" end of the spectrum will add an element of fire and passion; those with Harlequin formations will link all chakras through the central column and balance and align all systems, aiding connection to the Higher Self and the spiritual world.
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Amethyst crystal from cluster, with point part-polished to reveal darker Amethyst phantoms within the termination. Crystal has a ribbon of red iron...
Amethyst crystal from cluster, with point part-polished to reveal darker Amethyst phantoms within the termination. The crystal has some iron...
This crystal of clear quartz has been part-polished to reveal phantom layers of green chlorite and Fire quartz that once lay just below its surface,...
This is an unusual double phantom quartz - the inner phantom being a nice dark green chlorite, with some brown vermicular spherules; the outer...
This clear quartz crystal has a pale smoky cast, and has been polished off to reveal a phantom layer covered with platy silvery crystals of hematite,...
Pretty natural quartz crystal partly polished off to reveal veiling and hematite platy crystal inclusions visible as dots / plates that appear black,...
This phantom quartz point has been polished into tabular formation, and is a rare combination of minerals: the phantom layering is a mix of silvery...
This pale amethyst and clear quartz crystal has been polished to reveal the darker amethyst and smoky quartz phantoms within. Where the sides and...
This Madagascan Fire Quartz crystal is in its raw unpolished form, and so has a slightly milky / chalky surface. Below this the crystal is covered...
Small clear quartz polished point with deep inclusions of orange, red and black spots of titanium, hematite and lepidocrocite in phantom layering,...
Clear quartz polished point with deep inclusions of orange, red and black spots of titanium, hematite and lepidocrocite in phantom layering,...
This clear quartz crystal point has been polished off to reveal a phantom layer of Fire quartz near the top, along with some faint white phantoms...
Picture shows EXAMPLES of our stock of Haematoid Quartz (Agnitite / Carnelian Quartz) tumbled stones. You will receive one of minimum weight 7 grams....
This quartz (also sometimes called carnelian or orange quartz) has been polished into an oval pebble. It has a good amount of dark red-orange...
Orange River quartz elestiated crystal. This quartz has hematite inclusions, which appear in layers of tiny black dots and red colouration. There is...
Orange River quartz double terminated cluster. The quartz has hematite inclusions, which appear in layers of tiny black dots and red colouration....
Orange River quartz cluster with hematite inclusions, which appear in layers of tiny black dots and red colouration. This is an elestial plate of...
Orange River quartz cluster with hematite inclusions, which appear in layers of tiny black dots and red colouration. The cluster has an interesting...