Geological Information

Pyrite crystals are a mineral composed of iron and sulfur, with a chemical formula of FeS2.

They are commonly known as "fool's gold" due to their yellowish metallic appearance, which can be mistaken for gold.

Pyrite crystals are often found in sedimentary rocks, such as shale and sandstone, and can also form in hydrothermal veins.

They have a cubic crystal structure and are relatively hard and brittle.

Historical Information

They were used by ancient civilizations for jewelry, weapons, and even as a source of fire.

Metaphysical Information

They are believed to have a powerful energy that can help attract abundance, wealth and prosperity into one's life.

Pyrite is also said to be a grounding stone that can help protect against negative energy and promote mental clarity and focus.

It is often used in meditation to enhance spiritual growth and promote feelings of self-confidence and empowerment.