Adamite with Goethite (Fluorescent) - Mina Ojuela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico
WxHxD: 11x5.5x8.5cm= 4.3x2.1x3.3in
Adamite is a hydrous zinc arsenate that typically occurs in the oxidized zone above zinc ore occurrences. It occurs in many colors due to trace amounts of, for example, Fe (yellow), green (Cu), pink or purple (Co). It is named after mineralogist Gilbert-Joseph Adam.
Goethite is the yellow- or reddish-brown alpha polymorph of iron (III) oxide-hydroxide, typically occurring in low-temperature environments. Goethite has been well known since ancient times for its use as the pigment brown ochre. The mineral was named after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Hardness 5 - 5½
Adamite supports the synthesis of the mind and heart (3rd and 4th chakras), providing inner strength when dealing with emotional issues, perseverance, and joy, love, creativity and enthusiasm.
Goethite supports finding joy in the journey of life, combining pragmatism with imagination, and energizing the pursuit of discovery. It supports connection with Earth so can help with dowsing and the use of divining rods,
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