Fluorite Blue - International Crystals Encyclopedia https://www.atlantisinstitute.org/


Origin - the place or situation from which something comes, the beginning of something’s existence, the point from which it starts out, the thing from which it is ultimately derived.
Blue Fluorite is a type of flourite which is the mineral form of calcium fluoide. It belongs to the halide minerals. Fluorite occurs as a vein deposit where it usually forms as a surround to a host rock in which valuable minerals can occur. This is known as a gangue.


Fluorite can also be found in deposits that originate from hydrothermal forms as well as granite and igneous rock. It can be found as a minor matter in limestone and dolostone.


All crystals belong to a different group according to the basis of the relationships of their axes. There are 7 systems and 32 classes of symmetry. Fluorite crystals belong to the Isometric system.


History - the past considered as a whole, the whole series of past events connected with someone or sometihing, a continuous typically chronological record of importance.
As fluorite was only recognised from the 18th Century as an individual stone there is no specific, documented history dating back to ancient times. It has been surmised that some mentions of topaz glass or other fragile stones may actually be a reference to fluorite.


The stone is widely sourced globally in over 9000 areas and the world reserves are etimated at over 230 million tonnes. The largest deposits are found in South Africa, China and Mexico.

Specification - the act of describing or identifying something precisely, a detailed description of the design and materials used to make something.
Crystal twinning is a common occurence in fluorite and the stone has four perfectly formed cleavage planes that are an aid in the production of octahedral fragments.


Fluorite is found in a variety of colours and the strength of flourescence varies by the location of the source. It is a brittle stone with a vitreous luster and is rated as a 4 on the Mohs scale for hardness.


The stone can be slightly soluble in hot HCI acid and water. The fluorite mineral is used in beads and ornamentation. It is used in jewellery however is not regarded as a popular semi precious stone for use due to its relative softness.



Varieties - a number or range of things of the same general class that are different or distinct in character or quality.
There are many different varieties of Fluorite, defined by colour, these include and are not limited to blue, purple, yellow, green, clear , white and black.




Esoteric Attributes - a quality or feature as characteristic of or possed by something.
Crystals by their very nature are able to receive and focus energy in different ways. Their molecular structure enables them to be used to amplify and convert energy and hence crystals have been used for centuries to aid healing and transmute energy both in the metaphysical and physical world.


Because each crystal family has different formational backgrounds, each also has different vibrtional frequencies that can be harnesed and used for specific purposes. Each therefore have specific qualities that can be used to help a person heal on the many different levels of their being.


The following is a list of healing attributes associated with Fluorite crystals.


Mental: Fluorite helps to brin a sense of justice to the mind and provides relief with regards to obsessions. It alleviates narrow minded thinking and removes creative and mental blocks.
Emotional: Fluorite aids with the alleviation of disappointment and frustration. It helps to calm and instill quietness and stability. The stone allows us to focus on the prescence and alleviates the worry of the unknown.
Physical: Fluorite can aid swelling and help with bone deformity and posture. The stone is also an aid to the reduction of coughing and hoarseness. It is known to treat dental conditions and teeth.


Crystal Chart - Fluorite


Crystal: Fluorite
Mineralogy: Calcium Fluorite CaF2
Geometric form: Isometric
Formation: Primary (mostly)
Family: Halides
Birthstone: Fluorite is associated with the Astrological signs of Capricorn and Pisces.
Appearance: Brittle with a vitreous luster, fluorite is formed with four perfect cleavages and has varied fluorescence dependant on location source. It has a Mohs scale rating of 4.
Aura: Fluorite is known as an effective auric cleanser as it has the ability to absorb negative energies and shield from negative psychic empowerment.
Colour: Fluorite appears in a variety of colours with the most popular being blue, purple, yellow, green, clear , white and black .
Chakra: Fluorite is associated with various Chakras dependant on the colour. It is a cleanser of the chakras as it absorbs negative energy and is used for renewal purposes.




International Crystals - References and resources:


Michael Gienger, Healing Crystals, Earthdancer Books, 2009

The Columbia Encyclopedia, Crystal, 6th ed. 2014

World of Earth Science, Quartz, 2003

Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology, Crystal Healing, 2001


New Oxford American Dictionary