Tumblestones S

Sapphire Also known as Blue Corundum
Oxide 9
Blue, black, yellow, green, purple, pink
Madagascar
Common
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
Heat treatment is common

Sardonyx
Quartz 7
Orangey red, brown, black, clear
Brazil
Common
Protection stone
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Schalenblende
Beige to brown
Germany, Greece, Austria, Colorado USA
Notes
A Shama Shamanic healing
stone used in healing ceremonies
A mixture of four minerals Sphalerite, Wurtzite, Pyrite and Galena

Scolecite
Silicates 5
Colourless, white or pink, salmon, red, green
Washington, Arizona, California, Cornwall UK, Scotland UK, Russia
Love, power stone
Notes

Selenite
Sulphate 2
White, Orange, blue, brown, green
Gypsum is a form of selenite
Morocco
Common
Love, healing, power, protection stone
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Selenite Peach
Sulphate 2
White, Orange, blue, brown, green
Gypsum is a form of selenite
Morocco
Common
Love, healing, power, protection stone
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Seraphinite Also known as Serafina. Angel crystal or Clinochlore
Chlorite group minerals 2
Blackish green, bluish green, white, yellowish green, or olive green
Russia, Namibia, New Zealand, Canada
Notes
One of the angel crystals.

Serpentine Also known as New Jade
Silicate 2.5
Red, green, brown-red, brown- yellow, black-green, white
Russia
Specialist stores
Protection stone
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
The ancient Assyrians carried serpentine stone seals so their deities would send double blessings. The ancient Egyptians called Serpentine “meh” and it was often used in amulets. Snakebite protection folklore comes up in several cultures: because of it’s mottled appearance that resembles snakeskin, Italian “Streghe” use small pebbles of serpentine to draw out toxin.
Shattuckite
Silicate 3.5
Dark or light blue, turquoise
Bisbee Arizona
Specialist stores
Rare
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
It was first discovered in the copper mines of Bisbee, Arizona, specifically the Shattuck Mine (hence the name).

Shamanic Dream Crystal (Lodalite Smokey Quartz, Phantoms and Rutilated Quartz
Clear with many coloured inclusions
Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Power, healing stone
Notes
These very powerful journeying crystals are used by shamans to induce visionary experiences and healings. Meditation with a dream crystal is said to bring transformation on many levels.

Smithsonite
Silicate 5
Pink, lavender, green, blue-green, purple, brown, yellow, white-grey, blue
Mexico
Common
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Sodalite
Feldspar 5.5
Blue
(Related to Lapis Lazuli)
Brazil
Common
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes

Spectrolite
Silicates 6
Pale green, blue, colourless, grey-white
USA, USSR, Sri Lanka, Italy, and Germany
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Same as Labradorite

Spinel
Feldspar 8
Clear, white, red, blue, violet, black, green, yellow, orange, brown
Nambia
Common
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
The famous "Black Prince's Ruby" which forms part of the Crown Jewels of England, is, in fact, a red Spinel.

Stichtite
Carbonates 2
Rose pink to purple
Tasmania, USA (New York) UK (Scotland) Australia
Notes
Looks similar to Sugalite

Stilbite
Silicate 3.5
White, colourless, red, light yellow, light to dark brown, cream, orange, pink
USA, UK
Money, power stone
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Super seven Also Known as: The Sacred Seven and The Melody Stone (no currently accepted mineralogical name)
Various
A combination of seven minerals: Amethyst, Coacoxenite, Goethite, Lepidocrocite, Clear Quartz, Rutile and Smoky Quartz.
Notes

Sunstone
Also known as Heliolite
Feldspar 6
Yellow, orange, red, brown
India, Finland, Canada, Oregon USA
Love, healing, protection stone
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Related to Moonstone and Labradorite
Sometimes hung over doorways of businesses to bring in more business as it is often called the prosperity stone.
Goethite and hematite which give the sparkly effect to Sunstone.

Sugilite
Silicates 5.5
Purple, violet, pink
South Africa, Canada, Japan, Italy
Rare
Specialist stores
Love, healing, power, protection stone
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
A lot of healers like to cleanse this stone by placing it in either full sunlight or moonlight for a whole day or night; this removes spiritual impurities, which makes it an excellent stone for meditation.
Sugilite provides protection from the negativity around us.

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