Geologic: Aquamarine is a variety of Beryl. It crystallizes prismatically, is sometimes vertically striated and, occasionally, terminated with small pyramidal faces. The color ranges from light blue to green. This mineral was first reported in 1747 by J.G. Wallerius and was named for its sea-like color.
Chemical composition: Be₃Al₂(SiO₃)₆; Hardness: 7.5-8
Metaphysical: Known as a protective stone since ancient times, Aquamarine carries a vibration that shields the body and aura and provides a mirror for gaining knowledge of oneself. This stone enables deep realization of personal destiny, bringing alignment with one’s purpose for incarnation in this life. A water element stone that also communicates with air, being in the vibration of this stone allows for balance between where we are in life and where we want to be.