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Chalcopyrite is a copper iron sulfide mineral. Its coloring is metallic brassy to a brown-orange, and on the Mohs scale, it has a hardness of 3.5 to 4. The chemical formula of chalcopyrite is CuFeS2. It is the most commonly occurring copper containing mineral in New Zealand, but it is only created near volcanic areas. On the metaphysical level, chalcopyrite is used for meditation, specifically for opening the third eye chakra (crown chakra), and physical healing. The stone clears any energy blockage. Chalcopyrite has a positive vibration, and it helps grow one's happiness, bliss, and self-esteem.

Piemontite is related to the Epidote (calcium aluminum iron sorosilicate mineral) group of minerals. It is a borosilicate mineral with the chemical formula Ca2(Al,Mn3+,Fe3+)3(SiO4)(Si2O7)O(OH). The coloring of piemontite varies with usually mixtures of black, pink, red, grey, and brown. It is a metaphoric rock created in low temperature hydrothermal veins. It is known was the stone of peace. In moments of foreign turmoil, it encourages peacefulness. Piemontite brings solutions to disputes and conflicts. Ones confidence and understanding of freedom improves with this stone.

Greywacke is a type of sandstone that is hard, dull, and dark grey. It is made up of a mixture of quartz, feldspar, and rock particles. These grains are not equally
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There are four different types of greenstone, and the biggest difference between them is their coloring and opacity. It is the most sacred stone for the Maori people, thought of as a taonga (treasure), and they use it for weapons, tools, and jewelry. It gives defense against attack and disease. Travelers should carry this stone with them. The greenstone also gives one a long and worthwhile life. It is also known as the dream stone because it brings awareness to ones future and

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