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Sally’s True Love Spell

Originally posted by untitledqueen

A spell I wrote inspired from the film Practical Magic

This is a fire free spell used to draw in your ideal lover.

This is NOT a spell to make a specific individual fall in love with you.

This spell can also be altered to search for the ideal platonic partner. See the notes section at the end of this post!

Items needed:

- Pick any of the following flower petals and dry them* if you have the time. But fresh petals are also okay. (you don’t need the whole flower just a a couple of petals) You don’t need all of them, I’m just providing as many options as possible:  White Carnation (pure love), Dark Red Carnation (Deep Love),  white Chrysanthemum (truth and loyal love), Red Chrysanthemum (love), Red Rose (deep love), Yellow rose (friendship/ caring), Orange/Coral rose (passion/energy/desire), Lavender Rose (love at first sight),  Tulip (declaration of love/ perfect love) - Any other flower you can think of that symbolizes love + companionship. You don’t need a lot. Maximum 2 petals for each flower of your choosing.

- Hot water (like just barely hot enough for tea. As long as there’s steam, you’re golden)

- water soluble paper (get rice/wafer paper OR look for the brand print-stitch-dissolve in a local craft store. I’ve found it in Michael’s and staples for around $10) IF you can’t fine the paper, just write on your flower petals, provided they are large enough.

- pen(s)/ pencil(s) in any color(s) of your choosing

- mug or bowl

- an open window/ outdoor space

What to do:

- Start boiling your water. Feel free to put it on low heat, this may take some time.

- Take your pen and paper, list the qualities you seek in a love (be they physical or personality related). If you do wish to use a visual element you can print out images/ draw the qualities you seek. There is no need whatsoever to glue items together

- As you write each quality, rip it up from the page so it’s on it’s own strip, place it in your mug/bowl

- when you are finished writing, take your dried petals and crumble them/ tear them up, toss them into the mug/bowl as well

-take the mug/bowl into your hands and speak/whisper this chant

“Lover hear me. Lover know my name. Lover come find me. Lover follow my heart’s flame.“

- put the bowl down, by now your water should be hot. Slowly pour in the hot water, repeating the chant if you wish. Let the steam send your wishes out into the world. Feel free to chant until you no longer see steam/ until the water cools.

- When the bowl/contents have cooled, pour out the mug/bowl. Be sure to wash it when you are done if it’s one you consume from.

Additional Notes: If you’d like, keep a copy of your list should you choose to keep an eye out for your person. Or if you’d like to perform the spell again. Feel free to copy any imagery as well and hold onto it if you wish.

* To press + dry flowers you can either iron the flowers between sheets of parchment paper OR press them under some heavy books (this can take several days. But since it’s petals you’ll probably need a week max.). If you use the iron method, make sure the iron is on the lowest possible setting and there is no water in it. Don’t iron across the paper like you would clothes, just dab for 10-15 seconds in each spot. Let it cool . Maybe go over with the iron 1 more time, you don’t want to scorch/ burn the petals.


PLATONIC PARTNER ALTERATIONS: change the the word “lover“ to “partner“ in the chant. Look for flowers that have friendship/ familial/ unconditional love related meanings such as yellow rose, Jasmine, pear blossom, primrose, yellow chrysanthemum, forget-me-not, blue violets, ect. Obviously make more changes as you see fit <3

Gemstone and Mineral List

**Notice: This is not a complete list and additions to the post are welcome. I apologize for any names spelled incorrectly or stones with the wrong color(s) listed. I will make any corrections that are needed.**


Red:

Almandine Garnet (dark red)
Almandine Garnet Star (dark burgundy, light burgundy or white spikes)
Andesine (red)       
Bixbite (Red Beryl) (pinkish red)
Carminite (dark red, hints of orange and red)
Cat’s Eye Scapolite (dark red, black, sliver of light red or white)
Crimson Calcite (red)
Cuprite (dark reddish pink, dark red)
Indian Red (red)
Mozambique Garnet (dark red, hints of orange)
Proustite (red, dark red)
Pyrope Garnet (dark red)
Red Aura Amethyst (red, dark red, light clearish brown, clearish brown)
Red Amethyst (rust, dark rust)
Red Aventurine (rust, reddish pink, reddish light brown)
Red Diamond (dark red)
Red Fluorite (pinkish red)
Red Spinel (dark red)
Red Topaz (red)
Rubellite [Tourmaline] (red, dark red, dark fuchsia)
Sard (red, dark orange)
Spessartite (orangeish red)
Spinel (dark pink, red)



Orange:

Amber
(orange, yellow)
Amber Calcite (yellowish orange, faded orange)
Andesine Labradorite (deep reddish orange, peach)
Bastnasite/Bastnaesite (orange, dark orange)
Botryogen (reddish orange, orange, peach)
Cachemirine (bright orange, yellowish orange)
Cachemirine Garnet (orange)
Carnallite (orange, light orange)
Carnelian [Chalcedony] (orange, dark orange)
Chondrodite (orange, dark orange, dark red)
Citrine [Quartz] (yellowish orange)
Cliffordite (yellow, orange, dark orange)
Clinohumite (orange, dark orange, hints of yellow)
Coral (orange, reddish orange)
Creedite (orange)
Crocoite (orange, reddish orange)
Golden Selenite (orangish yellow, orange)
Golden Tourmaline (orange, dark orange, brownish light orange)
Hessonite Garnet (orange, dark orange)
Honey Calcite (light orange)
Imperial Topaz (orange with hints of pink)
Jacinth (orange, dark orange, red, hints of yellow)
Joaquinite (orange, yellowish orange)
Laueite (yellowish orange, dark orange)
Madeira Citrine (orange, dark orange, yellowish orange)
Mandarin Garnet (orange)
Norbergite (orange, brownish orange)
Normandite (orange, light orange, dark orange, brown)
Orange Aventurine (orange, light orange, yellowish orange)
Orange Beryl (yellowish orange, yellow)
Orange Calcite (orange, light orange, white)
Orange Chalcedony (dark orange)
Orange Fluorite (orange, yellowish orange)
Orange Kyanite (orange, dark orange, brownish orange)
Orange Sapphire (yellowish sapphire)
Orange Tourmaline (shades of orange)
Poppy Topaz (orange)
Red Calcite (orange, light orange, dark orange, red)
Shigaite (orange, dark orange, red, dark red, hints of brown)
Spessartine (orange, yellowish orange)
Spessartite Garnet (orange, dark orange, reddish orange)
Sphalerite (orange, dark reddish orange)
Svanbergite (dark orange)
Tinzenite (orange, yellowish orange)
Vanadinite (orange, yellowish orange, dark reddish orange)
Wulfenite (yellowish orange, orange)
Zincite (dark reddish orange, hints of yellow and orange)



Yellow:

Anglesite
(clearish yellow, clear)
Ankoleite (yellow, light yellow)
Becquerelite (yellow, orangish yellow)
Beryl (yellow)
Boltwoodite (yellow, orangish yellow)
Brass (gold, metallic yellow)
Brazilianite (clearish dark yellow, clearish faded yellow)
Bytownite (faded light yellow)
Cacoxenite (bright yellow, dark yellow, hints of brown)
Cat’s Eye [Chrysoberyl] (yellow)
Chalcopyrite (gold)
Chrysoberyl (dark greenish yellow)
Copal (light yellow, yellow)
Cubanite (gold)
Cymophane [Chrysoberyl] (dark yellow, sliver of light yellow)
Ettringite (yellow)
Gold (gold)
Golden Calcite (clearish orangish yellow)
Golden Beryl (yellow)
Golden Chrysoberyl (clearish yellow)
Golden Danburite (yellow, light yellow)
Golden Healer Herkimer Diamond (clear, yellow, light yellow)
Golden Lemurian Seed (yellow, light yellow, dark yellow, clear)
Golden Sapphire (yellow)
Heliodor [Beryl] (dark yellow)
Kauri Gum (yellow, dark yellow, hints of orange)
Legrandite (yellow)
Lemon Jade (faded yellow)
Libyan (Desert) Glass (clearish yellow, clearish light yellow)
Londonite (yellow, light yellow)
Mali Garnet (yellow, dark yellow, greenish yellow)
Marialite (yellow, clearish yellow, clearish light yellow, clear)
Mimetite (yellow, dark yellow, orange)
Orpiment (orange, yellow, dark yellow)
Orthoclase (light yellow)
Paradamite (yellow)
Phosphuranylite (yellow)
Rhodizite (yellow, light yellow)
Rutile (yellow, brownish yellow)
Scapolite (clearish yellow)
Sklodowskite (yellow)
Sphene [Titanite] (yellow, with hints of green)
Star Sunstone (goldish yellow, slivers of light yellow)
Stewartite (yellow, clearish yellow, hints of orange)
Sturmanite (dark greenish yellow)
Sulfur/Sulphur (yellow)
Tinaksite (yellow, dark yellow)
Triphane (clearish faded yellow)
Tsumcorite (yellow, dark yellow, hints of yellowish brown)
Tyuyamunite (yellow)
Uranophane (yellow)
Uranopilite (yellow, orange)
Walpurgite (yellow)
Weloganite (pale greenish yellow, cream)
Yellow Apatite (clearish light yellow)
Yellow Aventurine (yellow, light yellow, dark yellow)
Yellow Bowenite (faded yellow, faded greenish yellow)
Yellow Fluorite (clearish yellow, clearish dark yellow)
Yellow Richterite (clearish yellow)
Yellow Sapphire (yellow)
Yellow Scapolite (clearish yellow)
Yellow Smithsonite (yellow, yellowish orange)
Yellow Topaz (yellow, hints of orange)
Yellow Tourmaline (yellow)
Zippeite (yellow) 



Green:

Actinolite
(forest green, light forest green, sometimes muted yellow)
Actinolite Cat’s Eye (muted green, sliver of white or grey)
African Jade (green, light green, sometimes hints of light brown)
Agardite (mint green)
Amblygonite (faded green, clearish mint green)
Anapaite (green, light green)
Andradite (green, light green)
Andradite Grossular [Garnet] (green)
Annabergite (mint green/teal)
Antigorite (faded green, faded dark lime green)
Antlerite (green)
Apophyllite (light mint green)
Arsentsumeite (green, lime green)
Arthurite (green, dark green)
Augelite (light green, clearish light green)
Autunite (green, lime green)
Aventurine [Quartz] (green, light green, dark green)
Bayldonite (green)
Bowenite (faded green, faded light green, hints of yellow)
Buddstone (green, dark green)
Byssolite (forest green)
Cat’s Eye Diaspore (dark lime green, hints of red tints, sliver of light green)
Cat’s Eye Jade (green, sliver of light green)
Cat’s Eye Kornerupine (dark lime green, sliver of lime green)
Celadonite (faded green)
Chrome Diopside (dark green)
Chrome Tourmaline (green, dark green)
Chrysolite (clearish yellowish green)
Chrysoprase [Chalcedony] (bluish green, sometimes hints of brown)
Clintonite (forest green, dark green, light green)
Conichalcite (green)
Creaseyite (green, light green)
Cuproadamite (green)
Cuprosklodowskite (green)
Demantoid (green)
Demantoid Garnet (green)
Diopside (dark green)
Duftite (green)
Ekanite (forest green)
Emerald [Beryl] (green)
Emmonsite (green, lime green)
Epidote (green, dark green)
Erinite (faded green)
Forsterite (green, light green, clearish green, clearish light green)
Fucsite (metallic faded green)
Gaia Stone/Green Obsidian (green)
Gormanite (dark green)
Green Amber (green, dark lime green)
Green Aragonite (light green)
Green Apophyllite (light green, light clearish green)
Green Beryl (clearish bluish light green)
Green Calcite (light green, hints of brown)
Green Datolite (faded light green, whitish)
Green Fluorite (light bluish green)
Green Heulandite (green)
Green Kyanite (green, light green)
Green Moonstone (muted green, light green) 
Green Sapphire (various shades of green)
Green Selenite (green, light green)
Green Stilbite (faded green)
Green Tiger’s Eye (green, dark green, black)
Green Topaz (green)
Green Tourmaline (dark green)
Green Tremolite (green, clearish green)
Grossular (light green, hints of yellow)
Grossular Garnet (green, faded green)
Healerite (yellowish green)
Hiddenite [Spodumene] (clearish green)
Idocrase (green, lime green)
Indocrase (green, yellowish green)
Jade (green)
Lemon Chrysoprase (muted light green, green, sometimes hints of brown)
Libethenite
(green, dark green)
Ludlamite (faded green)
Luorapophyllite (light green)
Milarite (faded lime green)
Moldavite (green, dark green, light green)
Mottramite (green, forest green, brownish green, lime green)
Narsarsukite (yellow, greenish yellow, green)
Nephrite (green, light green, dark green)
Nephrite Jade (faded green, dark green)
Olivine (green, faded light green)
Pargasite (green, light green)
Phosphophyllite (clearish bluish green, clearish light bluish green)
Pistacite (forest green, dark lime green)
Prasem (shades of green)
Prasiolite (faded light green, clearish light green)
Pumpellyite (faded green, faded light green, dark green)
Pyromorphite (green)
Rainforest Topaz (dark bluish green)
Seraphinite (forest green, light green, white)
Serpentine (dark green)
Tashmarine (clearish light yellow green, clearish green)
Titanite (dark yellowish green, green)
Torbernite (green)
Tremolite (green)
Tsavorite (green, dark green)
Tsavorite Garnet (green, dark green)
Uranocircite (green)
Uvarovite (green)
Verdite (green)
Vermarine (green, light green)
Vesuvianite (green, dark lime green)
Viridine (green)
Volborthite (lime green)
Zeunerite (green, light green)



Blue:

Afghanite (blue)
Amazonite (teal, light teal, white/light grey)
American Blue Topaz (bright light blue)
Angelite (light blue, powder blue)
Apatite (light blue)
Aqua Blue Chalcedony (blue)
Aqua Quartz (blue, dark blue)
Aquamarine [Beryl] (blue)
Aurichalcite (turquoise, teal)
Azurite (primary blue, dark blue)
Benitoite (dark blue, purplish blue)
Bermuda Blue (blue, hint of green)
Bideauxite (blue, dark blue)
Blue Amber (blue, hints of orange)
Blue Apatite (blue, hints of light grey and light brown)
Blue Aragonite (blue, light blue)
Blue Aventurine (blue, dark blue, specks of light blue or light grey)
Blue Barite (clearish light blue, clearish blue)
Blue Calcite (light blue, light grey, white)
Blue Chalcedony (light blue)
Blue Euclase (blue, light blue, dark blue, clear, hints of light brown)
Blue Fluorite (blue, light blue)
Blue Hemimorphite (blue, light teal)
Blue Jadeite (blue, light blue)
Blue Scapolite (blue, light blue, dark blue, white)
Blue Smithsonite (turquoise, light teal, light blue)
Blue Spinel (various shades of blue)
Blue Star Sapphire (blue or dark blue with slivers of white)
Blue Tiger’s Eye (dark blue, black, slivers of copper brown)
Blue Topaz (blue)
Blue Tourmaline (various shades of blue)
Blue Zircon (light blue)
Boleite (blue, dark blue)
Boracite (light teal, light blue, light faded green)
Botallackite (blue, greenish blue, teal)
Brochantite (greenish teal, teal, dark teal)
Buttegenbachite (blue, teal)
Caledonite (blue, light blue)
Carletonite (blue, clearish blue, clear, white)
Cat’s Eye Aquamarine (blue, sliver of light blue or white)
Cat’s Eye Apatite (blue, sliver of light blue)
Cavansite (blue, dark blue)
Celestite/Celestine (powder blue, light powder blue)
Chalcanthite (blue, dark blue)
Chalcophyllite (teal, blue)
Clinoclase (blue, dark blue)
Connellite (blue)
Cornetite (blue, light blue, dark blue)
Cumengite (blue, dark blue)
Cyanotrichite (blue, light blue, dark blue)
Dark Blue Beryl (dark blue)
Devilline (teal, light blue)
Diaboleite (blue)
Dianite (blue, light blue, specks of light brown and grey)
Diego Blue Calcite (light blue, white)
Dioptase (dark teal)
Disthene (blue, light blue)
Dumortierite (blue, light blue specks)
Euclase (blue, light blue, dark blue, clear)
Graemite (blue, teal, hints of green)
Grandidierite (blue, light blue)
Hauyne (blue)
Hawk’s Eye [Quartz] (dark blue, light blue, hints of brown)
Hemimorphite (bright blue, light blue)
Indicolite [Tourmaline] (blue)
Iolite/Water Sapphire (purplish blue)
Jeremejevite (clearish blue, clearish light blue)
Kinoite (blue)
Kornerupine (clearish blue with hints of lavender)
Ktenasite (teal, hints of green)
Kyanite (dark blue)
Lammerite (blue, dark teal)
Langite (blue)
Larimar/Pectolite (light blue, blue, white)
Lavendulan (blue)
Lazulite (blue, dark blue, dark teal)
Lazurite (blue)
Linarite (blue, dark blue)
Liroconite (blue, turquoise)
London Blue Topaz (blue)
Maxixe Beryl (shades of clearish blue)
Mint Alabaster (light greenish blue)
Mixite (turquoise, light teal)
Papagoite (blue)
Paraiba Tourmaline (bright light blue)
Parasymplesite (blue, dark blue)
Pentagonite (blue)
Plancheite (blue, light blue, green)
Plumbogummite (blue, light blue)
Posnjakite (blue, turquoise)
Quetzalcoatlite (blue, light blue, teal)
Rosasite (turquoise)
Sapphirine (blue, light blue, dark blue)
Scorodite (blue, dark blue)
Scorzalite (blue, light blue, dark blue)
Sky Blue Topaz (clearish light blue)
Smithsonite (teal, light teal)
Sodalite (light blue, blue, light navy)
Spangolite (blue)
Star Sapphire (blue, dark blue, slivers of white or light blue)
Swiss Blue Topaz (bright blue)
Tanzanite [Zoisite] (dark blue, hints of purple)
Teal Topaz (blue)
Topaz (blue, dark blue)
Tsumebite (turquoise, green)
Turquoise (turquoise, hints of brown, black, or gold)
Tyrolite (turquoise)
Vauxite (blue)
Veszelyite (blue, dark blue)
Zircon (light blue, blue)



Purple:

Amethyst Chevrons (purple, dark purple, white, clear)
Black Amethyst (dark purple, black)
Brandberg Amethyst (clearish purple, clearish dark purple, clear, sometimes brownish clearish grey)
Chalcedony [Quartz] (light purple/lavender)
Chambersite (clearish purple, clearish dark purple)
Chevron Amethyst (purple, light purple, dark purple, white)
Holly Blue Chalcedony (bluish lavender)
Indian Star Ruby (pinkish purple; white lines)
Kammererite (pinkish purple)
Lavender Smithsonite (lavender)
Lepidolite (light purple, purple, dark purple)
Purple Fluorite (dark purple)
Phosphosiderite (lavender, dark lavender)
Purple Aventurine (purple, light purple, lavender)
Purple Creedite (clearish lavender, clearish dark lavender)
Purple Fluorite (purple, dark purple)
Purple Garnet (purple, dark purple)
Purple Jade (lavender, light lavender)
Purple Sapphire (purple)
Purple Spinel (various shades of purple)
Purple Tiger’s Eye (purple, dark purple, black, sometimes dark pink)
Purpurite (purple)
Rose De France Amethyst [Quartz] (light lavender)
Sainfeldite (purple, lavender)
Star Garnet (dark purple, slivers of white or light purple)
Stichtite (purple, light purple, dark purple, black)
Strengite (lavender, purple)
Taaffeite (clearish light purple, dark purple)
Tiffany Stone (purple, light purple, dark purple, white, black)
Tschermigite (dark purple)
Twilight Mountain Amethyst (lavender, light lavender, sometimes white)
Ussingite
(lavender, light lavender, pinkish lavender)
Violet Sapphire (various shades of bluish purple and purple)
Violet Spinel (various shades of purple)
Yttrium Fluorite (lavender, dark lavender, white)



Pink:

Angel Skin Coral (light warm pink)
Chalcotrichite (dark pink)
Cinnabar (dark pink)
Cobalt Bloom (dark magenta)
Cobaltoan Calcite (pink, light pink, dark pink)
Cobaltocalcite (pink, light pink, pinkish lavender)
Corundum Ruby (dark pink)
Cuprite (dark pinkish red)
Gmelinite (pink, peach)
Heulandite (peach)
Hodgkinsonite (pink, purplish pink)
Hot Pink Topaz (dark clearish pink)
Hureaulite (pink, dark peach)
Imperial Garnet (shades of pink)
Inesite (pink, peach, hints of purple)
Kermesite (dark fuchsia, hints of red or purple)
Kunzite [Spodumene] (light pinkish lavender)
Kutnohorite (light pink)
Lawsonite (faded light pink)
Mangano Calcite (pink, light pink, white)
Manganoan Calcite (pink, light pink)
Morganite [Beryl] (pink, dark pink)
Olmiite (pink, dark pink, peach, dark peach)
Padparadscha Sapphire (pink, rosy pink, light reddish pink)
Peach Aventurine [Quartz] (faded peach)
Peach Calcite (peach, light peach, dark peach)
Peach Moonstone (peach, light peach, dark peach)
Pezzottaite (pink, dark pink)
Pink Fluorite (pink, light pink)
Pink Sapphire (various shades of pink and light pink)
Pink Spinel (various shades of pink)
Pink Topaz (clearish pink, light clearish pink)
Pink Tourmaline (various shades of pink)
Poudretteite (clearish pink, clearish dark pink)
Red Beryl (dark pink)
Rhodochrosite (light pink, pink, dark pink)
Rhodolite Garnet (dark pink)
Rose Alabaster (whitish light pink)
Rose Cat’s Eye Quartz (pink, light pink, sliver of white)
Rose Rhodochrosite (pink, light pink)
Roselite (pink, dark pink, fuchsia)
Serandite (pink, light pink, dark peach)
Sphaerocobaltite (pink, fuchsia, purple)
Star Ruby (pink, dark pink, slivers of white or light pink)
Stilbite (light peach, beige, white)
Sussexite (light faded pink, dark faded pink)
Thulite (pink, light pink, white)
Tugtupite (pink, light pink, dark pink, white)
Umbalite (dark pink, dark reddish pink)
Umbalite Garnet (dark pink)
Vintage Rose (light pink)



Black/Grey/Brown:

Acanthite (metallic dark grey)
Achondrite (brown, black)
Aegirine (black)
Aeschynite (brown, light brown, metallic black)
Allanite (black)
Altaite (grey, hints of brown and white)
Aluminum (silver grey)
Amphibole (dark grey, white)
Andesite (shades of grey, white)
Ankerite (brown, light brown)
Anorthosite (shades of grey)
Antimony (silver grey)
Apache Tears (Obsidian) (black, light grey)
Aragonite (orangish brown)
Argentite (metallic dark grey)
Argyrodite (grey, metallic grey)
Arsenopyrite (light grey, grey, metallic silver)
Augite (black, specks of brown)
Axinite (clearish brown, clearish light brown, dark brown, black)
Babingtonite (black)
Baumhauerite (dark grey, metallic dark grey)
Bauxite (brown, light brown, reddish brown)
Biotite (black, hints of brown or white)
Bixbyite (black)
Black Ammonite [Fossil] (black, sometimes hints of shades of brown or grey)
Black Andradite Garnet
(black, sometimes brown and dark brown)
Black Calcite Shamanite (dark grey, black, light brown)
Black Coral (black, light grey)
Black Diamond (black)
Black Diopside (black, slivers of light grey or white)
Black Kyanite (black, dark grey)
Black Lace Onyx (black with lines of white)
Black Moonstone (black, grey, dark grey, brown, light brown)
Black Phantom Quartz (clear, grey, dark grey, black)
Black Spinel (black)
Black Star Diopside (black, slivers of white)
Black Star Sapphire (black, brown, hints of orange, slivers of white)
Black Tourmaline (black)
Blizzard Stone (black, grey, white)
Bloedite (brownish grey, grey, light grey, dark grey)
Bone (cream, beige, light brown)
Boulangerite (silver, grey)
Bournonite (metallic grey)
Bronzite (shades of brown)
Brown Aragonite (shades of brown, hints of orange)
Buergerite (brown, dark brown, black)
Calaverite (ochre, dark brown, grey, metallic grey)
Calcite Fairy Stones (grey, light grey, white)
Carnelian Boulder (shades of brown and orange)
Carrollite (metallic dark grey and black)
Cassiterite (shades of clearish brown)
Cerussite (clear, white, light clearish brown)
Chalcocite (metallic grey and dark grey)
Champagne Citrine (clearish light brown with hints of pink or orange)
Chiastolite (brown, black)
Childrenite (brown, light brown, dark brown)
Chromite (grey, metallic grey)
Chromium (metallic grey)
Chrysanthemum Stone (black, white)
Clinozoisite (yellowish brown, yellowish dark brown)
Coal (dark grey, black)
Copper (metallic reddish brown)
Coral Fossil (shades of brown and light brown)
Cristobalite (black, white)
Cryolite (clear, white, light yellowish brown, brown)
Cylindrite (metallic grey)
Desert Rose (brown, whitish brown)
Diaspore (brown, light brown)
Dolomite (white, light grey, light brown)
Dorado (light brown, brown)
Dyscrasite (metallic grey)
Enstatite (brown, dark brown, hints of orange)
Feldspar (various earth tones, white)
Ferberite (metallic grey, metallic dark grey, metallic black)
Ferroaxinite (clearish light brown, dark brown)
Flint (various earth tones, black)
Fluorrichterite (dark grey, black, hints of brown)
Fossil Coral (brown, light brown)
Franckeite (metallic dark grey, black)
Fulgurite (light brown, white, clear)
Galena (metallic grey, grey)
Gabbro (grey, light grey)
Glendonite (brown)
Goethite (light grey, grey, black)
Gold Sheen Obsidian (black, metallic gold)
Silver Sheen Obsidian (black, metallic grey, silver)
Midnight Lace Obsidian (brown, light brown black)
Graphite (metallic grey)
Gratonite (metallic grey)
Grey Moonstone (grey, light grey)
Grey Star Sapphire (light grey, slivers of white)
Hausmannite (black)
Hematite (metallic dark grey, metallic black)
Hydroboracite (brown, light brown, white)
Hypersthene (metallic grey, light metallic grey, light metallic brown, dark brown, black)
Ilvaite (black)
Inderite (white, clearish, brown, light brown)
Indigo Gabbro (grey, dark grey, black, hints of purple or dark purple)
Iron (metallic grey)
Ivory (beige, cream)
Jamesonite (metallic grey)
Jet (black)
Jet Hematite (grey)
Jordanite (black, metallic black)
Khaki (brown, sand)
Kulanite (black)
Lamprophyllite (brown, light brown)
Larvikite (shades of grey, reflective light blue)
Lead (metallic black)
Leifite (beige, light brown)
Light Colorado Topaz (light brown)
Limestone (beige, light grey)
Limestone Garnet (brown, light brown, white)
Lorenzenite (brown)
Melanite (black)
Merlinite (grey, light grey, black)
Miargyrite (metallic grey, dark metallic grey)
Molybdenum (silver)
Monazite (brown, hints of orange)
Morion (brown, dark brown, black)
Mystic Merlinite (grey, dark grey, black)
Neptunite (black)
Nickel (silver)
Obsidian (greyish brown, dark brown, black)
Onyx [Chalcedony] (black)
Orthoceras (grey, light grey, dark grey)
Painite (dark reddish brown)
Peanut Wood (beige, white, brown, light brown, dark brown)
Petoskey Stone (brown, light brown, dark brown, cream, white)
Platinum (silver)
Psilomelane (grey, dark grey, black)
Pyrolusite (grey, dark grey, metallic grey)
Pyrophyllite (brown, light brown, beige, hints of yellow)
Ramsdellite (grey, metallic grey)
Romanechite (grey, metallic dark grey)
Rosaline (light pinkish brown)
Sandstone (brown, light brown, grey, light grey, beige)
Schalenblende (brown, light brown, dark brown, light yellow)
Schorl [Tourmaline] (black)
Schorlomite (black)
Sedonalite (brown)
Semseyite (grey, metallic grey)
Serendibite (black)
Shungite (metallic black, dark grey)
Silicon (dark metallic grey)
Silver (silver)
Silver Pyrite (silver)
Sinhalite (yellowish brown, light yellowish brown)
Skutterudite (metallic grey)
Smoked Topaz (light brown, brown, dark brown)
Smoky Quartz (light brown, brown, dark brown)
Smoky Topaz (light brown, brown, dark brown)
Snowflake Obsidian (white, light grey, black)
Senarmontite (grey, light grey, dark grey, some metallic grey)
Staurolite (brown, black)
Stibnite (metallic grey, dark metallic grey)
Stromatolite (shades or brown or grey)
Teallite (grey)
Tektite (black)
Tellurium (silver)
Tennantite (grey, metallic grey)
Tetrehedrite (metallic grey)
Thorite (shades of brown)
Tibetan Tektite (black)
Tiger’s Eye [Quartz] (light brown, brown, dark brown, orange)
Tin (silver)
Titanium (silver)
Tourmaline Aura Stone (black)
Vatican Stone (grey, dark grey, black)
Vermiculite (brown, light brown)
Wakefieldite (black)
Whiteite (tan, brown)
Wolframite (metallic grey, light grey, dark grey, brown, dark brown)
Wollastonite
(light grey, white, specks of brown, dark grey, or black)
Woodhouseite
(light brown, cream)
Yuksporite (brown, light brown, dark grey)
Zebra Marble (black, white)
Zebra Stone (black, white)
Zebradorite (brown, dark brown, black)
Zinc (silver grey)
Zinkenite (metallic dark grey and black)  



White/Clear:

Achroite [Tourmaline]
(clear)
Adularia (clearish white)
Alabaster (white, cream, light brown)
Artinite (white)
Azeztulite (white, clearish)
Beryllonite (clear, hints of white)
Borax (white)
Cacholong (white)
Cat’s Eye Moonstone (milky clear, sliver of white)
Chalk (white)
Clear Calcite (clear)
Clear Topaz (clear)
Clinoptilolite (clear)
Colorless Taaffeite (clear, whitish)
Colorless Tourmaline (clear)
Cubic Zirconia (clear)
Danburite (clear, clearish white)
Edingtonite (clearish white, white, beige)
Epistilbite (white)
Epsomite (white)
Erionite (clearish white)
Eucryptite (white, light grey)
Fiedlerite (clear)
Goosecreekite (white)
Goshenite [Beryl] (clear)
Gypsum (clearish, clearish white, white, beige)
Gyrolite (beige, white)
Halite (clear, white)
Hambergite (clear)
Harmotome (white)
Herkimer Diamond (clear)
Howlite (white, black, grey)
Hydromagnesite (white)
Hydrozincite (white)
Iceland Spar Calcite (clear)
Kernite (clear, clearish white, white)
Laumontite (white, cream)
Menalite (white)
Mesolite (white)
Moissanite (clear)
Mordenite (white)
Natrolite (clearish white)
Okenite (white)
Petalite (clearish)
Phillipsite (clearish)
Picromerite (white, clearish white)
Pollucite (clear, white)
Scholzite (clearish, white)
Scolecite (white)
Selenite (clear, white)
Spodumene (clear)
Star Moonstone (cream, white, slivers of white or light cream)
Talc (light grey, white)
Tincalconite (white)
Tridymite (light grey, white, clear)
Ulexite/Television Stone (clear, white)
Whewellite (clear, white)
White Alabaster (white)
White Aragonite (white)
White Aventurine (white)
White Barite (white)
White Onyx (white) 
White Sapphire (clear)
White Spinel (clear)
White Topaz (clear)



Rainbow:

Ammolite
(rainbow)
Angel Aura (rainbow, mostly clear)
Angel Aura Danburite (clearish rainbow)
Bismuth [Crystals] (rainbow)
Mystic Fire Topaz (dark rainbow)
Mystic Topaz (dark rainbow)
Peacock Ore (rainbow, mostly blue)
Peacock Topaz (dark rainbow)
Rainbow Calcite (rainbow, mostly turquoise)
Rainbow Fluorite (various shades of Fluorite together)
Rainbow Moonstone (blue, white, sometimes hints of brown)
Rainbow Obsidian (black, dark rainbow)
Rainbow Pyrite (sparkly rainbow)
Rainbow Topaz (dark rainbow) 


Multi-Color:

Adamite (lime green, yellowish lime green, teal, light teal)
Ajoite (turquoise, clear, sometimes hints of brown)
Amegreen (faded green, lavender, white)
Ametrine [Quartz] (orange, purple)
Ammonite [Fossil] (brown, hints of rainbow)
Anastasia Topaz (faded orange, pink, brown, light brown)
Anatase (blue, dark blue OR orangish brown)
Andalusite (yellow, brown)
Anyolite (green, purple, black)
Arfvedsonite (light blue, light brown, brown, black)
Astrophyllite (black, brown, blue, white)
Atacamite (dark teal, black)
Atlantisite (lime, green, lavender, purple)
Azotic Topaz (orange, dark orange, pink)
Azurite (dark blue, green, black)
Azurite-Cuprite/Bluebird (primary blue, light blue, green, brown, sometimes whitish grey)
Azurite-Malachite (lime green, primary, blue, sometimes light brown)
Baratovite (peach, white, dark grey, black)
Bi Color Quartz (various)
Bi Color Sapphire (usually: yellow, blue, hints of green)
Bi Color Tourmaline (various)
Binghamite (red, orange, dark yellow, dark grey, black)
Black Chevron Amethyst (faded purple, dark brown, cream, white)
Bloodstone (Heliotrope) [Chalcedony] (dark green, red, orange)
Blue Green Fluorite (teal, greenish blue, blue)
Bornite (blue, purple)
Boulder Turquoise (brown, light brown, slivers of turquoise)
Brookite (red, orange, hints of yellow, black)
Buckeye Burl (yellow, grey, black)
Cancrinite (light yellow, light yellowish orange, light grey, black, white)
Carnotite (primary yellow, dark yellow, brown)
Cat’s Eye Enstatite (black, sliver of green)
Cat’s Eye Tourmaline (various)
Celestobarite (black, light grey, light reddish brown)
Chabazite (peach, dark brownish peach, brown)
Chalcosiderite Turquoise (light greyish brown or light green, forest green)
Charoite
(light purple, purple, black, white)
Chrysocolla (green, blue, black)
Chloromelanite (green, dark green, black)
Color Change Sapphire (blue/purple)
Color-Change Diaspore (clearish yellowish green/clearish pink)
Copiapite (orange, dark orange, yellow, grey)
Cornwallite (green, teal)
Corundum (various)
Covellite (blue, dark blue, purple, dark purple, black, light grey or light brown)
Dravite
(orange, dark orange, brown, dark brown)
Elbaite (pink, dark pink, clear, white, green, dark green)
Eosphorite (orange, light orange, brown)
Erythrite (fuchsia, dark fuchsia, black)
Eudialyte (dark pink, black, sometimes light pink or white)
Fluorite (dark green, dark purple, black)
Franklinite (dark metallic grey, black; rainbow)
Galaxite (dark green, black, specks of green and yellow)
Garnierite (green, turquoise)
Gaspeite (green, brown)
Goethite Onegite (black, hints of dark green, brown, or ochre)
Golden Seraphinite (green, dark green, black, hints of yellow)
Goldstone (various)
Hackmanite (white; hot pink, dark blue, purple)
Hardystonite (grey, dark grey, white; rainbow, black)
Hematite Kidney Ore (metallic burgundy, metallic grey)
Hibonite (orange, dark orange, brown)
Hubnerite (black, sometimes red)
Jarosite (dark yellow, brown, hints of orange)
Kakortokite (white, spots of dark pink, sometimes clear and grey spots)
Kornerupine
(clearish blue, clearish purple)
Labradorite (blue, brown, black)
Lepidachrocite (Quartz) (clear, pink and dark pink splotches)
Luxurianite (dark peach, light brown, black)
Mahogany Obsidian (brownish orange, black)
Marble (white, grey, light grey)
Marcasite (faded gold, goldish brown)
Mawsitsit (neon green, black)
Purpurite (purple, brown)
Melody’s Stone (purple, clearish purple, clearish lavender, yellowish brown, clear)
Moonstone (white, light blue, blue)
Mozarkite (light red, pale pink, light blue, white, sometimes light yellow)
Mugglestone
(dark red, dark yellow, brown, dark brown, black)
Nebula Stone (green, light green, dark green, black)
Nunderite (pale brownish peach, light grey, grey, light brown, brown)
Nuummite (specks of yellow and grey, dark brown, black)
Pallasite (yellow, blue, grey, clearish)
Petrified Palm Wood (yellow, dark yellow, brown, light brown, beige)
Petrified Wood (brown, hints of other colors)
Pietersite (dark red, dark orange, dark yellow, light blue, blue, dark blue, black)
Rhodonite (faded pink, black)
Preseli Bluestone (green, dark green, spots of black, light brown, and white or grey)
Pyrite/Fool’s Gold (gold, brown, silver)
Raspite (clearish orange, clearish yellow)
Realgar (red, dark red; yellow or orange from long term light exposure)
Red Tiger’s Eye (red, dark red, brown, black)
Scheelite (orange, dark orange, yellow; blue, light blue)
Septarian (yellow, beige, grey, brown, dark brown)
Shattuckite (blue, teal, green, sometimes dark green or blue)
Siderite (dark yellow, brown, light brown)
Sonora Sunrise (turquoise, orange, black)
Spectrolite [Labradorite] (light blue, blue, light brown, brown, muddy green)
Stibiconite
(yellow, brown, light brown)
Stibiotantalite (dark yellow, orange, dark orange, brown, dark brown)
Sunstone [Oligoclase] (reddish orange, rust, hints of brown)
Sylvite (orange, light orange, light brown, white)
Thomsonite (peach, light peach, beige, forest green)
Tiger Iron (yellow, yellowish gold, brown, light brown, black)
Tiger’s Eye Matrix (yellowish gold, brown, light brown, black)
Tourmaline (various)
Topazolite (yellow, yellowish brown, brown)
Trolleite (light blue, grey, light grey, white)
Unakite (faded reddish pink, green)
Variscite (light green, green, creamy grey, sometimes brown)
Venus Hair Stone (clear, light brown lines)
Villiaumite (dark red, black, hints of orange)
Vivianite (green, dark green, dark teal)
Watermelon Tourmaline (pink, dark pink, light green, green)
Wernerite (light grey; bright yellow, dark blue)
Wurtzite (red, orange, yellow, brown, black)
Xenotime (yellow, brown, dark brown, hints of orange)
Yellow Datolite (yellow, brown, black)
Yellow Turquoise (yellow, pale yellow, brown, black)
Zircon (various)
Zultanite (sand, brownish orange, greyish green)



Agates:

Amethyst Agate (purple, lavender)
Black Agate (black, sometimes white or brown lines)
Blue Lace Agate (blue, light blue)
Botswana Agate (brown, light reddish brown, light pink, light grey)
Chinese Rain Flower Agate (mint green, brown, light rust)
Condor Agate (red, mustard yellow, light blue, green, pink)
Crackled Fire Agate (orange, dark orange, red, hints of yellow)
Cr*zy Lace Agate (red, faded orange, brown, grey, white, hints of faded yellow)
Dendritic Agate (white, clear, black, brown)
Eye Agate (dark red, orange, dark orange, white, black)
Fire Agate (dark brownish rainbow)
Iris Agate (clear, whitish, rainbow)
Laguna Lace Agate (red, faded yellow, light orange, light grey)
Lake Superior Carnelian (light orange, dark reddish orange, white)
Montana Agate (orange, yellow, brown, light brown, black, white)
Montana Dry Head Agate (orange, orangish brown, brown, white)
Moss Agate (white, clear, black, brown)
Purple Agate (shades of purple)
Sagenite Agate (yellowish brown, brown, light grey)
Tree Agate (green, light green, white)
Turritella Agate (brown, light brown, dark brown)
Yellow Agate (yellow, light yellow, brown, light brown)



Jaspers:

African Jasper (green, teal, brown, black)
Agate Jasper (red, white, brown, grey)
Bamboo Jasper (red, yellow, brown, grey)
Biggs Jasper (brown, light brown, light powder blue)
Black Jasper (black, light brown, light grey)
Blue Jasper (blue, light blue, brown, light grey)
Brecciated Jasper (red, black, dark brown, clearish)
Brown Jasper (brown, light brown, dark brown)
Bruneau Jasper (light yellow, brown, light brown)
Bumblebee Jasper (yellow, orange, grey, black)
Carrasite Jasper (light red, yellow, brown, light brown, greyish green)
Cave Creek Jasper (dark pink, red, grey, brown)
Chestnut Jasper (red, reddish orange, yellow)
Chrysanthemum Jasper (shades of brown)
Confetti Jasper/Elephant Skin Jasper (yellow, maroon, brown)
Crab Jasper (orange, light orange, red)
Dalmatian Jasper (cream, black)
Deschutes Jasper (brown, dark brown, light brown)
Exotica Jasper (pink, light brown, grey, black, white)
Green Jasper (green, forest green, dark green, light grey)
Impression Jasper (shades of blue, beige, brown)
Jaspilite (red, grey, black, brown)
K2 Jasper (blue, black, white)
Kambaba Jasper (green, dark green, black)
Kiwi Jasper (light mint green, light grey and black dots)
Lizard Skin (green, dark green, black)
Leopard Skin (pale pink, light brown, brown, grey)
Mookaite Jasper (burgundy, red, yellow, purple, dark purple, white)
Morgan Hill Poppy Jasper (red, orange, yellow, brown, black, white)
Morrisonite Jasper (red, yellow, blue, brown, green)
Moss Jasper (green, dark green, grey, white)
Noreena Jasper (red, yellow, white)
Ocean Jasper (various)
Oolitic Jasper (black, grey, dark grey hint of pink)
Opal Jasper (blue, light blue, light brown)
Orange Jasper (orange, yellowish orange, reddish orange, light brown)
Outback Jasper (pink, dark brown, grey, white)
Owyhee Jasper (rust, yellow, blue, brown, sometimes green)
Picture Jasper (brown, light brown, grey, black)
Polka Dot Jasper (mustard yellow and black dots, white)
Polychrome Jasper (rust, yellow, light yellow, light blue, dark green, brown)
Purple Jasper (purple, light purple, light brown, brown)
Rainforest Jasper (green, splotches of other colors)
Red Jasper (red, hints of light brown and black)
Riband Jasper (red, yellow, brown, black)
Ribbon Jasper (pinkish brown, cream)
Snakeskin Jasper (dark red, brown, beige)
Spiderman Jasper (red, orange, black)
Stone Canyon Jasper (burgundy, yellow, light brown, white)
Wild Horse Jasper (yellow, light blue, light brown)
Yellow Jasper (yellow, yellowish brown)
Zebra Jasper (white, black, sometimes shades of brown instead of black and white)  



Opals:

Arizona Landscape Opal (cream, dark cream, peach, dark yellow, orange, light powder blue, brown, white)
Black Opal (mostly dark blue, rainbow)
Black Star Opal (black, brown, orange)
Blue Opal (dark blue, spots of light blue and lime green)
Boulder Opal (brown, rainbow, mostly blue and lime green)
Brazilian Opal (white, rainbow)
Cat’s Eye Opal (dark orange, sliver of bright orange; whitish rainbow, sliver of rainbow)
Chocolate Opal (brown, rainbow specks)
Dragon’s Breath (Fire) Opal (pink, purple, spots of blue, sliver of yellow and orange)
Ethiopian Welo Opal (Ocean) (clearish blue, light brown, brown)
Fire Opal (shades of orange, rainbow)
Honduran Opal (dark grey or black, sprinkles of rainbow)
Hyalite Opal (clear, light brown)
Koroit Opal (brown, rainbow- mostly light blue and green)
Light Grey Opal (blueish grey)
Mexican Cherry Opal (red, dark red, splotches of various colors)
Mexican Matrix Opal (light brown, rainbow)
Mintabie Crystal Opal (white, rainbow)
White Opal (white, rainbow)



Pearl:

Abalone Pearl (soft rainbow)
Antique Brass Pearl (brown, brass)
Black Pearl (black, grey)
Blue Pearl (turquoise, cobalt, navy)
Bright Gold Pearl (gold, yellow)
Bronze Pearl (cream, mocha)
Brown Pearl (dark brown, reddish brown)
Burgundy Pearl (burgundy, deep red)
Coco Brown Pearl (brown)
Copper Pearl (orange, brown, copper)
Coral Pearl (pink, salmon)
Cranberry Pearl (purple, reddish purple, maroon)
Cream Pearl (white, cream)
Creamrose Pearl (white, cream, light pink)
Creamrose Light Pearl (white, cream)
Dark Green Pearl (dark green)
Dark Grey Pearl (dark grey)
Dark Purple Pearl (dark purple)
Forest Green Pearl (green, forest green)
Fuchsia Pearl (pink, fuchsia)
Gold Pearl (gold, yellow)
Green Pearl (green, light green)
Grey Pearl (grey)
Light Blue Pearl (light blue)
Light Green Pearl (light green)
Light Grey Pearl (grey)
Light Plum Pearl (light purple)
Light Purple Pearl (light purple)
Lilac Pearl (purple, light purple)
Maroon Pearl (maroon, deep red)
Matte Blue Pearl (blue)
Matte Gold Pearl (gold)
Matte Green Pearl (light green)
Matte Grey Pearl (grey, light grey)
Matte Lavender Pearl (lavender)
Matte Light Plum Pearl (purple, lavender)
Matte Light Purple Pearl (light purple)
Matte Light Sapphire Pearl (light blue)
Matte Lilac Pearl (light pinkish lavender)
Matte Olivine Pearl (light green)
Matte Peach Pearl (peach)
Matte Purple Pearl (light purple, dark lavender)
Matte Sapphire Pearl (blue)
Mocha Pearl (light brown)
Mystic Black Pearl (black)
Nacre/Mother of Pearl (slight rainbow sheen, mostly cream)
Night Blue Pearl (dark blue, midnight)
Olivine Pearl (dark lime green)
Peach Pearl (peach, pink)
Peacock Pearl (dark pink, dark green, black, sometimes blue)
Pink Pearl (pink)
Plum Pearl (dark purple)
Powder Almond Pearl (light faded brown)
Powder Blue Pearl (light powder blue)
Powder Green Pearl (light faded green)
Powder Rose Pearl (light faded pink, light pink)
Purple Pearl (purple, hints of blue)
Red Pearl (red, dark red)
Rosaline Pearl (pink, light pink)
Sapphire Pearl (blue, cobalt)
Tahitian-Look Pearl (black, greenish blue hue)
Taupe Pearl (light brown)
White Pearl (white, cream)
Yellow Pearl (yellow)



Quartz:

**Notice: Only gems with ‘quartz’ at the end of its name are listed below. There are other gems that fall into the Quartz category that are in other lists above.


Actinolite Quartz (clear, spikes of forest green)
Amethyst Spirit Quartz (purple, lavender, hints of light brown)
Angel Aura Quartz (clearish rainbow)
Angel Quartz (clearish rainbow)
Apophyllite Quartz (clearish white)
Apple Aura Quartz (lime green)
Aqua Aura Quartz (blue)
Aqua Aura Spirit Quartz (blue, light blue)
Blue Moon Quartz (clear, hints of light blue)
Blue Quartz (light blue)
Blue Quartz with Lazulite (light blue, clearish blue, specks of blue)
Blue Siberian Quartz (blue)
Blueberry Quartz (clear, splotches of blue)
Blush Quartz (dark faded peach)
Bushman Quartz (shades of orange, brown)
Caribbean Quartz (blue, light blue, green)
Champagne Aura Quartz (clearish gold, clearish dark yellow)
Cherry Quartz (pink, light pink)
Chinese Chromium Quartz (green, light green, light greyish brown)
Chlorite Quartz (clear, green, dark green)
Crackle Quartz (clear, dyed various)
Dendritic Quartz (clear, black, sometimes yellowish brown)
Drusy Quartz (various)
Eisenkiesel Quartz (dark orange, dark red, orangish brown)
Elestial Quartz (smoky, brown, light brown)
Faden Quartz (clear)
Fire (Harlequin) Quartz (orange, reddish orange, clear, white)
Flame Aura Quartz (dark rainbow)
Girasol Quartz (clearish)
Gold Aura Quartz (orange)
Gold Quartz (gold, light brown, light grey, white)
Golden Aura Quartz (orange, yellowish orange)
Golden Healer Quartz (yellow, light yellow, dark yellow, clear, white)
Golden Rutilated Quartz (yellow, dark yellow, brown, light brown, clear)
Green Quartz (various shades of green)
Gwindel Quartz (clear)
Harlequin Quartz (clear, dark red specks)
Hematoid Quartz (shades of orange) 
Jacare Quartz (smoky brown, light smoky brown)
Jacinto (de Compostela) Quartz (dark red, hints of brown)
Lemon Quartz (bright clearish yellow)
Lodolite Quartz (clear, faded green, brown, light brown)
Medusa Quartz (clear, green, blue)
Olive Quartz (clearish green, clearish light green, clearish dark green)
Ouro Verde Quartz (clearish lime green, clearish light yellow, clearish dark lime green)
Papaya Quartz (pink, dark pink, clearish)
Pink Himalayan Samadhi Isis Quartz (light pink, clearish white)
Pink Quartz (pink, light pink)
Prase Quartz (faded green, light faded green, dark green)
Prasiolite Quartz (clearish faded light green)
Colbalt Aura Quartz (rainbow, mostly dark blue)
Rutile Quartz (clear, yellow and yellowish brown spikes)
Star Lemon Quartz (clearish yellow, spikes of white)
Purple Aura Quartz (purple, rainbow)
Quartz (clear)
Rainbow Mayanite Quartz (rainbow, mostly clearish golden yellow)
Rainbow Solar Quartz (rainbow)
Red Phantom Quartz (red, white, black, clear)
Red Quartz (shades of red)
Rose Aura Quartz (pink, dark reddish pink)
Ruby Aura Quartz (hot pink, dark pink)
Rutilated Quartz (clear, yellow and brown spikes)
Samadhi Quartz (light peach)
Satya Mani Quartz/Sathya Mani Quartz (clearish)
Seriphos Quartz (faded green, faded light green)
Shocked Quartz (rainbow)
Slightly Milky Rutilated Quartz (clear, light brown)
Star Hollandite Quartz (clear, clearish white, black spikes)
Star Quartz (various, slivers of white or lighter version of gem’s color)
Strawberry Quartz
(clear, strips and spots of red and pink)
Sunshine Aura Quartz (clearish bright yellow)
Tangerine Aura Quartz (clearish orange)
Tangerine Quartz (orange)
Tangerine Aura Quartz (bright orange, light orange)
Tangerine Sun Aura Quartz (orange, light orange)
Tanzan Aura Quartz (clearish bluish light purple, lavender)
Tanzine Aura Quartz (clearish bluish light purple, purple)
Teal Quartz (teal)
Titanium Aura Quartz (dark rainbow)
Titanium Flame Aura Quartz (dark rainbow)
Titanium Quartz (dark rainbow)
Tourmalinated Quartz (clear with black and dark brown spikes)
Yellow Golden Quartz (yellow, light yellow)
Yellow Quartz (yellow)

A Moment of Love

This is my entry for pre-season 2 canonverse week 2017 hosted by @ererievents​. The themes are ‘Secret’ (Day 2) and ‘Ocean’ (Day 3).

Also, the last scene was inspired by @09raito‘s beautiful Ereri ocean art.

[Read it on Ao3]


Eren was close to cry. He stood knee-deep in the water, surrounded by the ocean as it splayed immense waves around him. The sky was dipped in pretty sunset colours. Coral, blood orange, resting yellow, and tips of aqua blue mixed with faint lavender.

Minutes ago Eren had pointed at the horizon and claimed that there were enemies they had still to fight. Minutes ago he had been mourning over everything but also hadn’t felt anything at all. Minutes ago he hadn’t been able to form coherent thoughts other than the fact that life was demanding.

But now he wanted to ease off. Wanted to breathe, to feel, to swallow in that little moment of peace he and the others were granted with. Wanted to live. He wanted to hold him in the arms, dearly, and tell him that it would be over soon. Soon was so far away, though, he thought.

He wanted it to stop.

Eren stirred from the stillness of his body; closed his eyes, craned his head back and breathed in fresh salty sunset air. His lips quivered quietly and his eyes felt wet and swollen. Guess he did cry a bit.

He trudged back to the shore, being already received by him who had gazed at Eren from the distance.

Levi had his arms crossed and watched Eren’s every movement attentively; wary from uncertainty.

Eren didn’t want Levi to worry. They shouldn’t waste their time with that. So he met him with a smile, as hearty and genuine as possible for Eren, and he opened his arms, still stepping in water that went ankle-high.

“The ocean is beautiful.” he mused. It was as though his voice was strained from literally all the sorrow and pain from past years, tarnished and chapped, unable to return to its usual lively tone. However, Eren didn’t waste a thought on that, cleared his throat once and continued giving Levi a stare full of promises and love.

Levi didn’t move an inch. Went on gazing at his lover from a safe distance.

“Levi, please. Let’s enjoy this sight a bit. We won’t have that chance anytime soon again. Awe the ocean with me. Come here.”

Levi hesitated. Stood in place, fingers tightening around his upper arms and his usual frown grew.

“I’m fine watching it from this place here.” he retorted at last, and flicked his glance away from him, blinking.

Eren understood. There was something bothering Levi. He couldn’t weigh the seriousness of it, but there was something burdening on his shoulders. “What’s wrong?” Eren glinted a warm smile at him, a perfect reflection of the current sunset, personalized as a miraculous beauty which noone and nothing could take away from him right now—not even their enemies. Eren’s face bore signs of war and suffering, sadness and pain, sacrifices and death. They were present in all kinds of shape and form; visible and invisible, physical and mental, palpable on skin and lingering deep in his chest.

And yet there was still a bit of beauty – a bit of flawless perfection itself – grazing Eren, and Levi became weak to this side of him everytime anew.

“Nothing’s wrong.” Levi replied at last.

“What’s wrong, Levi?” Eren, sounding genuine, cast a familiar smile at him.

Levi stunned very lightly, a single vocal lost in his mouth. For quite a while his frown was intense, resolute, and he sulked in his own way. However, at some point in which Eren didn’t give up, patiently awaiting an answer as his expression remained the same and the salty breeze let his brown locks dance, Levi gave in. “I’ve never bothered to teach myself how to swim,” he began, gaze averted, a tiny blush tipped at his cheeks. He spotted the other soldiers already retreating to the back of the wall. It was time to go soon.

“So? I’m not asking you to swim with me. Let’s view the sunset from there.” He pointed at the vastness of the ocean.

“What kind of answer is this? I confessed to you just now that I can’t swim.” Levi’s tone got a tad sterner.

“So?” Eren repeated, and caused Levi’s mind to snap at his oblivious behaviour.

Levi extended his arms to the ocean as he explained, “Those are some big-ass waves! One probably needs a solid hold on their own feet if one doesn’t want to get splashed to the ground by them. Yes, even I, Humanity’s Strongest Soldier, have my worries. Horrendous, isn’t it?” Annoyed, Levi huffed, crossed his arms again and found the view of the other cadets making their way away from the ocean more interesting than looking into the emerald eyes of his own lover right in front of him, who was probably giving him one of his childish grins.

“I’ve waited so long for this.”

“Well, then, don’t mind me. I don’t want to ruin this moment for you. Go, admire the ocean alone. I’ll be fine all by myself here.” He waved a hand dismissively, still refusing stubbornly to meet his lover’s face, which was why he startled out of surprise when Eren took his wrists, tenderly, and planted a kiss on his cheek.

Levi flustered and felt more heat accumulating eagerly under the skin of his face. Heart pumping faster, blood coiling comfortably like woods being lit up for a bonfire, and emotions sprinkling every spot inside him, Levi found himself in a different state; enveloped by a warm proximity that Eren’s voice and touches and scent had created.

“I was waiting for the moment where I’d finally get to know Humanity’s Strongest’s fear. I never thought of you as fearless, you know. No one is.” Eren’s words sounding off right next to his ear woke up rare shivers of endearment which then intermingled with the haze of love revolving around them as naturally as the earth revolving around the sun.

At first Levi felt offended, acted like this, but the scowl on his face sought nothingness very quickly. His brows softened and so did the rest of his face.

“Fine, now you know? So what?” Levi scoffed and wanted to take some physical distance from Eren. “Oi, brat! Wait!” But Eren had lifted his body up, carrying him in his arms, before Levi could finish his thought. The boy with the emerald eyes, which let the narrow sunshines diffuse inside of his iris, glittered a smile. A lovely smile in that cruel world both were trapped in. Hostages of merciless life. Levi bumped a fist against Eren’s chest. “Let me down.” he ordered, voice stern but the authority seemed non-existent right at that moment.

So Eren stepped up forward, stalking through the sand and straight to the waves, deeper and farther, holding Levi as close to him as possible as he brought him closer to the sunset.

Eren’s face wore less strains, less crinkles, less pain, less despair and Levi was actually grateful to see him loosened for a moment. That was why he let himself get carried by Eren. If Eren wanted to see the ocean with him, then Levi shouldn’t complain about it, so he thought at the very least.

“It’s beautiful, isn’t it?”

Levi shifted his gaze forward and stared. Watched the waving water that produced froth as it weltered. Eren’s longer hair swaying in the wind, salty liquid tickling at Levi’s ankles, and for that one moment everything felt okay. Alright. Normal. Perfect.

“Yeah, it is.”

siren jimin

Originally posted by bwipsul

  • time for my son
  • even though halloween has passed
  • we are still doing the halloween series because it’s not even halloween it’s more like monster au which is chill with me man
  • because scooby doo
  • actually tae is based on scooby doo but that’s later
  • anyway
  • jimin is a siren
  • this is gonna be super sad but bare with me for a few moments okay?
  • so back in the day, like a long time ago
  • like the 1600s or whatever yah?
  • jimin was but a young man, a young sailor in fact, who was one of the most well-known sailors across the face of the earth because wherever he went, the people absolutely adored him?
  • like whenever he entered a sea port of a familiar place, people would flood (ahah) the docks to come and see him and they would decorate him with the local flora of their homelands so he always had like a flower crown of some sorts??
  • and he had like the most beautiful goods back home in his little cottage off the beach like seashells and glasses and beads and different types of exotic plants and different types of clothing too
  • all the aunties in his hometown would always tease him like “honey aren’t you going to settle down soon?”
  • and he would always get blushy and shy and hide behind his hands and kinda!! “the ocean is my one true love!”
  • which isn’t a lie
  • like he is never happier than when he is out on the sea
  • but people become jealous of him
  • and why wouldn’t they?
  • he’s handsome
  • he’s intelligent
  • he has the kindest soul and the brightest smile to complement this
  • he is the most famous sailor in the seven seas and has the most riches the world has to offer (even if too many, they aren’t special because it’s not gold and jewels)
  • so one day, jimin is sailing for one of the remote islands when his ship hits a monstrous tempest
  • it rocks the ship and waves crash over the sides of the boat and the ship spins around and around and around like a top
  • everyone is holding on to whatever they can find, trying to stay alive
  • jimin is valiantly trying to steer the ship, doing his best to get the crew out of this nightmare alive
  • a few of the men who are trying to take down the mast get together and pull the ropes so that it swings towards jimin
  • with the skies darker than night itself, and rain blinding him, jimin doesn’t see it coming before it’s too late and he’s whacked in the back of the head, falling unconscious to the deck floor
  • the men run over and grab him. and not thinking twice, they throw him overboard into the raging sea
  • but the ocean loved jimin, you see
  • and the ocean did not want jimin to die
  • but there is not much the ocean could do, save transform jimin into one of its own
  • when jimin wakes up, he finds himself to be lying on a sandy beach
  • he can’t remember what happened
  • he can’t remember what went wrong
  • he pushes himself into a sitting position, but suddenly, it’s as if there’s a ton of bricks on his chest, stealing the air from his lungs and causing him to sputter and choke
  • he does what seems natural in that moment and he throws himself into the salty ocean
  • and that’s when he realizes it
  • his legs have been replaced with a sleek, midnight blue tail, his skin now decorated with scales down near his hips
  • his hair is bright orange, like coral too
  • oh right, he can breathe underwater too
  • at first jimin is like well im a mermaid okay theN
  • and he takes a long time to adjust like he’s always getting lost in the sea and one time he gets tangled in seaweed and a dolphin has to come save him or something i cry and another time he almost gets caught in a net
  • he didn’t have a family back on land so that’s not that big a deal but he misses all the people he befriended on his journeys and wonders if they miss him as much as he misses them
  • he doesn’t realize he’s a siren until a little later though
  • in the beginning he doesn’t like to go anywhere near land, because he’s scared someone will recognize him or they’ll try to catch him or something like he’s a fish?
  • but soon curiosity gets the best of him and there’s a little cove near the shore, down a ways from the local port
  • there’s a few rocks right, and jimin likes to keep his tail fin in the water so he can you know, stay alive (because in this au that’s all it takes to be good to go), but perches the rest of his tiny lil self up on the rock to people watch
  • jimin has the voice of a haunting angel like he sends chills down my spine and it’s the same way in this au
  • like in human form people loved jimin’s voice and would kill to hear it, especially in the rare moments he took the time to sing because he’s a shy lil bun who gets super insecure when singing aloud right?
  • his singing voice is heightened by like twenty million percent now like he has graduated from angel voice to god voice
  • he realizes his power one day when he’s singing to himself and he kinda just gets louder because he thinks he’s alone
  • and this fisherman who jimin thought was like seven million feet away steers his rowboat on over and jimin is facing the other way and playing with some starfish friends so he doesn’t notice the dude until it’s too late
  • he was so hypnotized by jimin’s voice that he kept coming closer and closer and closer and the area where jimin likes to hang is seriously surrounded like absolutely surrounded by works and no boat, however small, would make it through the tight space
  • jimin spins around when he hears a sharp crack and to his horror this kid has completely wrecked his boat on the side of a rock and now seems to be sinking
  • jimin dives in and pulls the kid to shore and shakes him violently and to his absolute horror, the dude starts to float and jimin screams because he’s like oMG HE DIED
  • but the kid laughs “im taehyung, im a ghost right, and i thought i was pretty invincible but wow your voice, ive never heard anything more beautiful in my life!!”
  • and that’s the start of the best friendship in the world i felt like i needed to include this because 95 line bros
  • but yah after that jimin is like that was a close call i gotta be careful,,,
  • alas,,,
  • that isn’t the case
  • he loves singing, as much as he loved sailing back in the day, and jimin doesn’t mean too but his voice lures sailors over wherever they are, and causes half of them to crash if jimin doesn’t stop himself from singing in time
  • he always saves them but god it takes so much energy and people are starting to whisper about a fish boy who needs to be taken care of, so jimin decides it’s time to leave for good
  • he’s scared and lost and he doesn’t know what he’s going to do but guess what everything ends up being okay because guess who’s living near the sea where he ends up
  • oh right that’s you
  • i don’t live near a beach so idk if this even accurate but in barbie movies they always run on the beach with their dogs and shit
  • for the sake of the story that’s what you’re doing when jimin sees you
  • your lil puppy has escaped from you and has decided that they’re gonna race down the sand with a giant stick in their mouth and make you chase them
  • jimin has just settled into the new area and found himself a rock to lounge on
  • and it’s nice because this isn’t a port it’s just a beach and not people visit the beach because it’s a more elderly neighbourbhood in a small town and people are too old and decrepit to walk around the rocks
  • that’s why he has no fear chilling out on his rock and singing to himself and occasionally the seagulls
  • but somebody just has to ruin that
  • that’s somebody is you if you didn’t catch on
  • you’ve finally caught your puppy right and you hold them in your arms and bop their nose like “excuse me i did not give you permission to run away from me you ungrateful brat”
  • but you stop your scolding because something has caught your attention and it’s the most beautiful thing in the world
  • you set your puppy down and without thinking about it much, you wade into the water because that’s where the sound seems to be coming from
  • you’re like waist deep now but that’s okay because you can run home and change soon, this is way more important
  • you’re trying to be quiet as possible but then a gross piece of seaweed rubs against your leg and you shriek and jimin hears this and sees you standing there and he panics
  • you’re screaming, he’s screaming, your dog is rolling around in the sand
  • jimin rushes to dive into the water but you tell him to wait and despite what he knows is best for his safety he doesn’t leave his rock and instead waits for you to say something else
  • “you have a nice voice!!” you call out to him and you feel so stupid that your face ends up going bright red
  • and jimin gets all cute and blushy and waves shyly “uh thank you!”
  • “are you a mermaid?”
  • “i’m a siren actually…”
  • “oh man holy shit, that’s cool!!”
  • and now he’s really blushing because nobody has ever thought him to be anything positive like they tried to drive him away from the village but you’re like excited to see him??
  • his little heart swells in his chest and he waves you over
  • you’re like wth why not so you go and swim over and prop yourself up on the rock and you fall back off when you see his tail because is the prettiest thing you’ve ever seen in your life, like it reflects the sunlight and shimmer and glows and wow you’re amazed
  • jimin panics and pulls you back up onto the rock “please be more careful!”
  • “yOURE SO PRETTY” you blurt out
  • and jimin is so red and he just stares at you with wide eyes and his lips part slowly and he just kinda smiles softly “you think so?”
  • “um yes can i like… can i see your scales!”
  • and he nods and you like low key pet his scales right and he starts to giggle hysterically because it tickles so much and his laugh is the most pure sound you’ve ever heard in your life and wow are you falling for a siren that’s uncomfortable
  • you visit jimin every morning after that
  • like it’s not even low key you purposefully go out of your way to go and find him and you two will sit up on his rock as long as time permits and he’ll show you all the different types of sea stars and he can point out different types of kelp and he’ll talk to the waves for you and it’s super cute??
  • he likes to bask in the sun like literally bask and during those times he’ll rest his head in your lap and ask you to play with his hair and during these moments he’ll tell you about his life before he became a siren and he’ll tell you about all the places he’s explored and talk about all the wonderful people he’s met
  • and one day he kinda glances up at you “but you’re my favorite by far”
  • and believe it or not you fall hard for jimin
  • and you’re super butt hurt because you can’t even like !! do anything because he can’t leave the water for more than a few minutes without like nearly dying?
  • but god you want nothing more than to snuggle with him in bed and watch some quality movies like scooby doo and the ghoul school
  • and like walk down the streets hand in hand and dress him in cute scarves and sweaters but nooo
  • you’re gonna somehow get it to work though
  • you’re determined as hell though
  • one night you stay up all night deciding how to save jimin right
  • and you go down to find him at your rock but he’s not there
  • your breath hitches in your throat because maybe he went underwater for a moment but as time goes on you realize you’ve been standing around for half an hour now and he’s nowhere in sight
  • you start to pace in the sand and you’re running your hands through your hair and you’re going to cal beach security or something if that even exists in the old people neighborhood
  • he wouldn’t leave you would he?
  • would he actually get up and just leave?!
  • you start to tear up and you grab a handful of sand and throw it into the water as if that would do something for your cause
  • and you wade out to your rock and you stand up on top of it and stare down into the water, somehow thinking that if you stare hard enough that jimin will magically appear
  • but some old grump has been watching the beach activity from his window and you’re screaming and shrieking has annoyed the heck out of him so he opens his window and sticks his head out and hardcore cusses you out and you get so surprised that you lose your balance and completely fall into the water
  • and you’re so stunned that you kinda forget how to react aka swim and you feel yourself sinking but you can’t remember how to swim you’re so shocked and scared that your senses shut off
  • and you’re sinking and sinking and sinking
  • but suddenly a pair of arms wrap around you
  • surprise it’s jimin!
  • he presses his lips to yours and breathes air back into your lungs
  • and then hoists you back up to above the surface
  • you’re sputtering and he’s panicking but you’re fine, you weren’t under there too long
  • but you kinda!! “jimin what the hell i thought you got kidnapped or something!!”
  • and he’s also like !! “what the hell, i thought you were going to drown!!”
  • you both end up laughing a bit because what’s the irony huh
  • is that the right word
  • “i was looking for something for you!” he explains after a bit, a sheepish pink color on his face
  • he he holds open his palm and it’s a beautiful pink pearl and he just starts rambling about how some of the fish told him it was at the bottom of the bay and he wanted to get it for you !!
  • and you’re all emotional and you hug him and take the pearl and you’re just so !! because he would do something like that for you??
  • but then you think about what you’re gonna do and you’re kinda like “look i brought a kiddy pool and i wanna drag you back to my house bcuz i want you to live in my bathtub until we figure something out!”
  • and he goes super red at this and his eyes get all wide and he just stares at you
  • before kissing you for real
  • and guess what!
  • you guys do get things figured out
  • because our lovely witch seokjin comes to the rescue
  • you’re talking to your pal yoongi about this situation because you know his lil secret mm hmm and he’s like um i have a witch friend who would be able to help go hit him up?
  • and so you see seokjin and he gives you a potion
  • you bring it to jimin who’s waiting on the rock for you as usual
  • and before he drinks it you’re like !! only if you want to!!
  • and he says something super cheesy like “well of course i wanna spend the rest of my life with you” with like seventy five winks following after
  • and so you hand him the potion and he drinks it
  • you hold your breath as a bright light envelops him
  • he can feel his entire body morphing and it’s exciting but also terrifying because what if something goes wrong?
  • when the light disappears, jimin is standing there, with legs and everything, a pair of neon green swim trunks on
  • his hair is still bright orange and upon closer examination, he has scales on his hips still, but they’re not very noticeable unless you’re looking
  • he runs over you to you but he’s not used to legs and he trips and falls and you start to cackle
  • then of course run over and help him up and hug him super tight and then he kisses your face all over
  • okay
  • it takes a while to adjust though
  • like he always chills in your bathtub and pretends the bubble bath is sea foam
  • refuses to eat any sort of seafood and claims he can hear their dying words if you do
  • sings at all hours of the day and you usually have people staring at the two of you when you’re out and about because his voice is still so powerful
  • but it’s super cute and you guys are grossly in love the end