Blue Calcite

Geological Information

Blue calcite is a mineral that belongs to the carbonate group.

It is usually found in sedimentary rocks and in areas with high calcium carbonate content.

The blue color of blue calcite comes from the presence of copper ions in the crystal structure.

It has a hardness of 3 on the Mohs scale and a vitreous to pearly luster.

Historical Information

Blue calcite has been used for various purposes throughout history, including in ancient Egypt for amulets and in medieval Europe for decorative purposes.

It is used in industry for its optical properties, such as in the production of polarizing filters.

Metaphysical Information

Blue calcite is used for promoting inner peace, tranquility, and emotional healing.

The crystal is believed to help calm the mind and reduce anxiety and stress.

Additionally, blue calcite is said to enhance communication and self-expression, making it a popular choice for public speakers, writers, and artists.

It's also believed to have a soothing effect on the throat chakra, aiding in communication and self-expression.