This gorgeous Fluorite Tower measures approx. 2.5" x .75"
Fluorite, or fluorospar, shines blue under fluorescent uv light... if you're wondering why the words seem so similar...
In 1852, George Gabriel Stokes discovered the ability of specimens of fluorite to produce a blue glow when illuminated with light, which in his words was "beyond the violet end of the spectrum." He called this phenomenon "fluorescence" after the mineral fluorite. The name gained wide acceptance in mineralogy, gemology, biology, optics, commercial lighting, and many other fields.
Fluorite is deposited in veins by hydrothermal processes. In these rocks it often occurs as a gangue mineral associated with metallic ores. Fluorite is also found in the fractures and cavities of some limestones and dolomites. It is a very common rock-forming mineral found in many parts of the world. In the mining industry, fluorite is often called "fluorspar."
Fluorite in spirituality opens the mind for creativity, while simultaneously acting as a "psychic teflon" with repels negative energy so you can retain focus on your projects.