Black Chalcedony

Geological Information

Black chalcedony crystals are a type of mineral that are formed from silica.

They are known for their black or dark grey color and can be found in various locations around the world.

These crystals are typically small in size and have a waxy or dull luster.

Black chalcedony crystals are often found in volcanic rocks, as well as in sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.

Historical Information

Black chalcedony has been mined in India since the 4 century BC.

It was used by the Greeks and Romans for carving cameos and intaglio seals.

Metaphysical Information

They are believed to have a grounding and protective energy that can help to dispel negative emotions and thoughts.

Some people use black chalcedony to promote inner peace, calmness, and emotional balance.

It is also believed to have the ability to absorb and transmute negative energies, making it useful for cleansing and purifying spaces and objects.

Additionally, black chalcedony is said to enhance one's spiritual growth and connection to the divine.