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Plancheite is a hydrated copper silicate that is so closely related to Shattuckite in appearance and chemical composition that they are often misconstrued. Plancheite is found in copper deposits alongside Dioptase, Chrysocolla, and Malachite. Plancheite is a light blue to green-blue translucent crystal. It has a fibrous texture and a silky luster. Plancheite usually is composed of many small, needle-like crystals resembling furry, fuzzy spheres. When tumbled, this stone may be pitted or cracked.
Use Plancheite when you need a boost of courage during stressful situations or to protect yourself from unwanted negative energies.
Useful in gaining knowledge of the cosmos, Plancheite is a valuable tool when learning about Astrology. It can also help you enhance your skills at automatic writing.
Used with the Third Eye chakra, Plancheite enables the wearer to better absorb large quantities of information and process them in an easy to understand manner.
Physically, Plancheite aids in blood coagulation and ailments of the tonsils and throat.
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|Physical and Metaphysical Properties for|
|PROPERTIES FOR STONE|
|Affirmation:||I am fearless.|
|Question:||What gives you courage?|
|Astrological Sign:||Leo (July 23 to August 22)|
|Primary Chakra:||Throat Chakra|
|Secondary Chakra:||Third Eye Chakra|
|STONE NAME INFORMATION TAGS|
|Crystal System:||Orthorhombic Crystal System|
|Hardness:||5.5 to 6 Hardness|
|Numerical Vibration:||Number 3|
|Chemical Composition:||Cu8Si8O22(OH)4(H2O), Hydrated Copper Silicate|
|Physical:||Blood Clotting, Throat, Tonsil Health|
|Spiritual:||Astrology, Automatic Writing|
Posted on October 13, 2014
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