The use of chrysocolla in magical and metaphysical workings is relatively recent, as this stone did not have a large place in ancient lore.
In Ancient Rome, the natural historian Pliny introduced the name “chrysocolla,” but used it to describe boric acid (the main component of modern Borax), rather than anything to do with this specific stone.
With that said, because of its bright colour and distinctive look, chrysocolla has quickly become a favourite for invoking the powers of water, the sea, and the divine feminine.
Just because it’s a more recent addition to the canon of crystology doesn’t mean that it’s any less powerful!
Because its powers have been articulated more recently, we do not yet know all the facets of its power and “personality.”
When you are using it, pay careful attention to your emotions and experiences, preferably taking note of them in a journal of some sort.
This way, you will become more distinctly aware of this stone’s power, and can even contribute this knowledge to the wider crystology community!
Considering its colour, it’s no surprise that chrysocolla is associated with the element of water.
Just looking at it evokes the bright blue of the Mediterranean Sea or a beautiful summer swimming pool!
For this reason, this is an excellent and powerful stone to incorporate into workings that have to do with water.
Chrysocolla is a stone of harmony, both on a universal level and a very specific level. It can be used to purify a place or remove negativity from a person.
It is a very gentle stone and its energy works in a gentle, harmonious way. It can help ease fear, anxiety, and guilt, and bring hope.
It is also used to communicate with the spiritual forces of the Earth.
Each stone weighs between 10g - 12g. Each stone is unique & will vary in size & shape. Each sold separately.
- Weight: Between 10g - 12g