Raw Peacock Ore
Lovely, raw Peacock Ore at La Luna, a Bornite mineral that produces amazing colours which is a result of oxidation of the copper present in the mineral make up of this crystal....
Need uplifting? A good old boost of positivity to your life? Then grab some Peacock Ore to carry on you or work with to help with that, this beauty can also help to teach us how to enjoy the present and live for the moment.
See below for more info on this crystal;
Keywords: Abundance, Appreciation, Clarity, Creativity, Innovation, Positivity, Prosperity + Self Esteem
Element: Water, Earth
Zodiac: Cancer, Capricorn, Pisces, Sagittarius, Virgo
Peacock Ore Crystal Healing Properties:
Mainly associated with positivity such as happiness and joy, which is easy to see when you look at all those colours!
Carry or work with this crystal when you are feeling down and in need of a boost to your emotions, will also help to remove any negativity from the body. In fact it can help you identify where the said negativity is so you can remove it.
Said to help regulate adrenaline flow and to channel our inner energy.
Peacock Ore stone contributes to identifying and finding new ways and opportunities to achieve our goals and dreams.
a crystal of intellect, making it great to use to enhance clarity of thought, concentration, and focus. Especially when trying to understand difficult concepts.
Fantastic to work on the Chakras with, it can both activate and align the chakras whilst cleansing and healing them too.
Overall, the best part of having some Peacock Ore in your life, is that it teaches us how to enjoy the present and live for the moment!
Peacock Ore History and Uses:
Bornite is an ore that belongs to the group of sulfur copper minerals. It differs from other ores in its diversity. The name of this ore comes from the mineralogist Ignaz von Born, in fact, it was named after him. When this ore becomes tarnished it becomes metallic. This metallic finish displays beautiful colours ranging from reds to blue and purple hues. Because of the mix of different tones, this ore was named Peacock Ore. The first to call it that way were the miners of the ancient past.
Peacock Geological Description:
This stone belongs to Sulphide group. On a fresh surface, it has a copper-red colour, and when it tarnishes, it becomes brown-black and bluish-purple. Peacock Ore hardness ranges from 3 to 3.25. The symmetry of the Peacock Ore is orthorhombic. It belongs to brittle stones. Nature’s most common places to find this stone is in Morocco, Mexico, Peru, Arizona, Montana and Connecticut.
Being a natural product, each Peacock Ore crystal will vary in colours, pattern, shape and size, making each one uniquely beautiful.
Approx 3-5cm in size.