So it's transparent and mostly orange, the orange is kind of cloudy but only in some spots. It kind of looks like a colored moonstone, but there is a white part of it that goes into a light fuchsia color. Any ideas?
This is the Religion section. Go away.
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This is the religion section… not geology/minerals.
“This is also a spirituality section and crystals and stones are a powerful holders of power and energys for some religions like my own.”
In that case, it is a useless damn rock.
Minerals are not easily identified by color alone, you need to know things like the Moh’s hardness, specific gravity. flame color, fracture/cleavage, etc.
Likely some microcrystalline quartz like chalcedony.
Note on photography: Making the image larger by getting too close to the lens for it to focus doesn’t make the photo more detailed.
Wiccans and other pagans use various crystals in their practice. Do the tiniest bit of research before you run your mouths.
(Ahem) Sorry… looks like a citrine quartz to me.
A rock by any other name, is still a rock.
Where did you get that? 🙂
I’m having gold dusts in my hands, too.
These may sound very unusual to a lot but it’s really happening nowadays. That God would let us witness His works upon us. I’m having gold dusts on my hand whenever I am very soaking with His presence! 🙂
These links would surely help you! 🙂
It looks like a citrine quartz.
The color is a bit unusual having that pink in it, but not that odd.
Jasper or Agate – it seems like it