Geological Information

Scapolite crystals are a mineral group that can be found in a variety of colours, including yellow, purple, pink, blue, and gray.

They are typically found in metamorphic and igneous rocks and have a hardness of 5.5-6 on the Mohs scale.

Scapolite crystals are known for their ability to display strong fluorescence under UV light.

Scapolite crystals can provide important insights into the geological history of the rocks in which they are found.

Historical Information

They were first discovered in the early 1800s in Ontario, Canada.

Metaphysical Information

They are believed to help in enhancing one's intuition and psychic abilities.

Scapolite can also assist in mental clarity and focus, making it helpful for those who are easily distracted or have trouble concentrating.

Additionally, scapolite is said to promote courage and self-confidence, as well as help with communication and expressing oneself.

Some people also use scapolite for its calming and stress-relieving properties.