Blue Fluorite

Geological Information

Blue fluorite is a mineral that belongs to the halide family.

It is typically found in hydrothermal veins associated with minerals such as quartz, calcite, and barite.

Blue fluorite is often characterized by its distinctive blue or blue-green colour, which is caused by the presence of trace amounts of rare earth elements.

It has a hardness of 4 on the Mohs scale and a vitreous to dull luster.

Historical Information

It is a relatively rare form of fluorite and is found in a few locations around the world including China, Mexico, and the United States.

Blue fluorite was first discovered in the early 1800s by mineralogists who were studying the properties of various minerals.

Metaphysical Information

It is said that these crystals can enhance spiritual awareness and communication with higher realms.

They are also believed to aid in meditation by promoting mental clarity and calming the mind.

Blue fluorite crystals are thought to have a calming effect on the emotions and can help to alleviate anxiety and stress.

Additionally, they are said to promote clear communication and understanding in relationships, making them a popular choice for couples therapy or communication enhancement.