Chalcopyrite is known as the stone for finding lost objects and information. It expands one’s perception, thus bringing useful information to the self and others. It is known as the stone of the mystic. It connects one to ancient cultures and the inspiring energies of the universe. The energies within this stone cleanse and activate the chakras removing energetic blockages. Hold this stone during meditation and it will help you enter into an increased state of neutrality and divine connection. Physically it helps move the Chi, regulate adrenaline and produce cellular healing and healthy cells. It is also used to ward off diseases and dis-ease.
Chemical Formula: CuFeS2
Chalcopyrite is a copper iron sulfide mineral that is formed in many different ways. It may be made during igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic processes. Often times, the mineral combines with, replaces, or enters in the joints of preexisting rock. It contains rich brass gold colors and sometimes has iridescent colors due to weathering. Over time, weathering may also lead to the formation of other minerals such as Malachite and Azurite. Within the human body, the element copper facilitates healthy cell growth and is effective for detoxification. Also, copper promotes proper development of female sex organs and menstruation cycles. The greatest concentrates in one’s body are in the blood, liver, and in the brain. Copper is used for radio frequency (RF) shielding because it absorbs radio and magnetic waves. Iron is vital elements for the human body. Iron makes metabolism possible and it is present in healthy red blood cells. Sulphur, which helps the body detox, encourages the elimination of disease and serves as the bodies defensive strength.
Chalcopyrite gets its name from the Greek word chalkos, meaning copper, and pyrite, meaning striking fire. It has been the world’s main source of copper for over five thousand years. Chalcopyrite was believed to be used dating back to as early as 3900 B.C.E. by the Egyptians. They used it to create bronze, marking the start of the Bronze Age. The Native Americans used Chalcopyrite in ceremonies and tribal activities to promote stability.
Size: 1" x 1" x 1.5"
Other Names: Chalcopyrite is sometimes recognized by the name Peacock Ore. Chalcopyrite has rich iridescent colors naturally through weathering. Sometimes, its rich colors are man made through an acid treatment. In this case, it goes by the name Peacock Ore.
Note: Sizes and colors may vary, Crystals are not meant to replace or substitute the recommendations or advice of your physician or healthcare provider. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.