Pietersite is a variety of chalcedony that is embedded with fibres of amphibole minerals (sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron and aluminium). While the fibres cause a chatoyancy effect, it is not found in continuously structured bands or fibres, more in swirls, swathes and fibrous segments. Pietersite colours include various blues, golds and reds, brown and black that may appear together or alone. Blue is the rarest colour, followed by red. The blues range from a baby blue to a dark midnight blue. Golds can be light to very deep and rich, sometimes having a reddish hue.
Pietersite is protective when driving in bad weather conditions and calms nervous people and animals during storms. It guards homes and businesses against storm damage and acts as a shield against the adverse effects of technology, particularly if you work long hours with a computer or live near a mobile phone tower.
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