Fire Opal or The Conqueror's Stone is formed primarily trough the solidification of the magmatic gels of silica acid in the volcanic regions with hot springs and gheizers. In mythology the fire opal is considered to be a stone from Mars.
Larimar or The Atlantis Stone, is a clear blue pectolite that has a hydrothermal origin in the cracks of the basic volcanic rocks. It is mined in the Dominican Republic.
Emerald or The Stone of Divine Inspiration, has a magmatic origin in pegmatites, but can form also through metamorphosis in the contact zone of rocks that contain berilium and chrome.
Charoite or The Dream Stone, discovered in the 1940s, Charoite was unknown to the outside world until 1978. Its name is derived from the Chara (or Charo) River in eastern Siberia, Russia. The word “Chary” in Russian means “magic” or “charms.”
Blue Chalcedony or The Speaker’s Stone, is a form of Quartz that’s microcrystalline and compact. It is a transparent-to-opaque stone that is colored by traces of copper, manganese, titanium, and iron.
Actinolite or The Starry Stone is a member of the amphibole silicate mineral family. It comes in many shades of green and forms in needle like crystal formations.
White Opal, The Star Stone of our Earth or considered The Eye Stone for its properties in soothing the eyesight. The name Opal is from the Sanskrit upala, which means jewel.