turquoise quartz

asteriin  asked:

I voted for "a ship of dreams..." and I'm not on mobile so I can't get an emoji but I love any and all star emojis

you love star emojis because ur a star


Gemstone: Amethyst | Ruby | Citrine | Turquoise | •Opal• | Obsidian | Aura Quartz

Season: •Spring• | Summer | Autumn | Winter

Tarot Card: The Fool | The Magician | •The High Priestess• | The Empress | The Emperor | The Hierophant | The Lovers | The Chariot | Justice | The Hermit | Wheel of Fate | Strength | The Hanged Man | Death | Temperance | The Devil | The Tower | •The Star (obvs)• | The Moon | The Sun | Judgement | The World

Sensory: •Crackling Fire• | Sea Foam | Gasoline and Motorcycle Revving | Fresh Baked Cookies | Lavender Field | Fireworks | Paint Mixing

Light: Flickering Candle | Northern Lights | Morning Glow | Trickling in Windows | Midday Sun | Dusk | •Starlight•

Compliment: your blog is so… soft… it’s gentle and nice and just has a nice vibe ✨

Am I following: Not yet, sorry! | +follow | Yes | •Forever•

anonymous asked:

Could you tell me swiss blue topaz fusions with all canon gems and smoky quartz?

Sure thing!

  • SBT + Steven/Rose=Cotton Candy Aura Quartz
  • SBT + Amethyst=Tanzanite
  • SBT + Pearl=Blue Sea Glass
  • SBT + Garnet=Color-Change Garnet
  • SBT + Lapis Lazuli=Chrysocolla
  • SBT + Peridot=Electric Apatite
  • SBT + Jasper=Turquoise
  • SBT + Smoky Quartz=Grandidierite

Hope those work! :D

-Mod Rose

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Mysterious Gems new designs, coupled with a height comparison chart! 

From left to right on the top picture:

Ruby (Eric), Citrine (Kenny), Moonstone (Stan), Emerald (Kyle), Turquoise (Butters),

…and Wendy, who isn’t actually a MG, but hey, she hangs out with them.

On the second picture:

Spinel (Pip), Jade (Tweek) and Sapphire (Craig)

and for height comparison since I didn’t put any static heights, Ruby is the size of Rose Quartz, and Turquoise is the size of a regular Ruby. (Eric-Ruby is a freak ruby.) 

more mysterious gems drawings… (that all need updating)

The Crystals I Own

Will be continually updated as I learn more.

CRYSTALS MUST BE CHARGED TO HAVE AN EFFECT.

Amethyst -

Citrine - Brings luck.

Emerald -

Garnet -

Opaline - Brings inner peace and balance. Good for meditation.

Topaz -

Turquoise -

Clear Quartz - Highly versatile. May be used for protection.

Smoky Quartz - Similar to Clear Quartz. Better for grounding.

lyannasnow  asked:

The movie Arrival just came out, and it is by far the best movie I have seen all year, but I think everyone should know it is based off a short story "the story of your life" by Ted Chiang. Reading the story first makes the movie so much more powerful.

thank u, that’s good to know

colours: lilac // turquoise // celadon // teal // rose quartz // scarlet // peach // silver // azure // dandelion // obsidian

mythical creature: mermaid // dragon // unicorn // werewolf // fairy // phoenix // valkyrie // angel // ghost

location: depths of the ocean // heart of an eerie forest // crumbling dark castle // city of skyscrapers // floating amongst the clouds // sprawling hills of green grass // safe indoors // night life city scene

scent: orange blossom // jasmine // vanilla // amber // sandalwood // musk // rose // lemon // lychee // magniolia

season: summer // autumn // winter // spring

want one?

viiktorkrum  asked:

hey lu 👋🏽 my favorite movies since childhood have been The Lost Boys, Save the Last Dance and Stephen King's It!! :')

oh gods mar, It is so scary but it’s also so good, it’s still one of my favorite stephen king’s books !!!

colours: lilac // turquoise // celadon // teal // rose quartz // scarlet // peach // silver // azure // dandelion // obsidian

mythical creature: mermaid // dragon // unicorn // werewolf // fairy // phoenix // valkyrie // angel // ghost

location: depths of the ocean // heart of an eerie forest // crumbling dark castle // city of skyscrapers // floating amongst the clouds // sprawling hills of green grass // safe indoors // night life city scene

scent: orange blossom // jasmine // vanilla // amber // sandalwood // musk // rose // lemon // lychee // magniolia

season: summer // autumn // winter // spring

want one?

So proud of this one. First stamping. First maker’s mark. First rock tumbler hardened. Turquoise and lemurian quartz.

(Image description of a picture of a crystal pendant with a turquoise cap. It is leaning against a pile of snake vertebrae on a black background.)

Little Gem Nebula shows off its jewel tones

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope had imaged NGC 6818 before, but it took another look at this planetary nebula, with a new mix of colour filters, to display it in all its beauty. By showing off its stunning turquoise and rose quartz tones in this image, NGC 6818 lives up to its popular name: Little Gem Nebula.

This cloud of gas formed some 3500 years ago when a star like the Sun reached the end of its life and ejected its outer layers into space. As the layers of stellar material spread out from the nucleus – the white stellar remnant at the centre of the image – they ended up acquiring unusual shapes.

NGC 6818 features pinkish knotty filaments and two distinct turquoise layers: a bright, oval inner region and, draped over it like sheer fabric, a spherical outer region.

The central star has a faint stellar companion 150 astronomical units away, or five times the distance between the Sun and Neptune. You can just about make this out: if you zoom in to the centre, you’ll notice the white dot in the middle is not perfectly round, but rather two dots very close together.

With a diameter of just over half a light-year, the planetary nebula itself is about 250 times larger than the binary system. But the nebula material is still close enough to its parent star for the ultraviolet radiation the star releases to ionise the dusty gas and make it glow.

Scientists believe the star also releases a high-speed flow of particles – a stellar wind – that is responsible for the oval shape of the inner region of the nebula. The fast wind sweeps away the slowly moving dusty gas, piercing its inner bubble at the oval ends, seen at the lower left and top right corners of the image.

NGC 6818 is located in the constellation of Sagittarius and is about 6000 light-years from Earth. It was first imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 in 1997, and again in 1998 and 2000 using different colour filters to highlight different gases in the nebula.

Copyright ESA/Hubble & NASA; acknowledgement: J. Schmidt (geckzilla.com)