Celestite Specimen



Celestite is also called celestine, a strontium sulfate which features this distinctive soft blue color, but it can be colorless, white, gray, green, yellow, orange, reddish or brown. This lovely color is usually found in Madagascar, but celestite is found around the world. Celestite is used in fireworks, because of its ability to burn with a bright red flame in pyrotechnic mixtures! The largest known celestite geode is located near the village of Put-in-Bay, Ohio on Lake Erie. This geode is 35 feet in diameter at its widest point. It has been converted into a viewing cave, and the crystals which once composed the floor of the geode have been removed making it easier to walk in to view the huge geode. This Crystal Cave has celestite crystals as wide as 18 inches across and weighing up to an estimated 300 pounds. Celestite is great for those who want to communicate with angels and access higher dimensions in their meditation. It’s also a great stone to bring more serenity to your life. Holding or just sitting near a celestite crystal feels so nice and calming, but also uplifting in our spirits.

Metaphysical: Celestite stimulates the upper chakras and brings angelic guidance to one's life. It helps bring out our purest expression, psychic abilities, and enhances consciousness. 

Main Stone: Celestite

  • Weight: 14.9oz / 422.41g 
  • Dimensions: 3.33" x 2.25" x 2.25" 
  • Treatment: None
  • Source: The source of this stone is unknown but it most likely comes from the mines in Madagscar. It is found in small quantities in other locations such as Mexico, Ohio, Michigan, Poland, Britain, and Germany.
  • Metaphysical: Heart (1st), Throat (5th), Third Eye (6th), and Crown (7th) Chakras: Enhanced Awareness, Pure Expression, Angelic Communication, Spiritual Guidance, Divine Love

Cleaning: This specimen can be cleaned by being immersed in water for a couple hours, smudging, or under the powers of a Full Moon.