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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)

Essential Crystal List
This is by no means a complete list, just what I’ve got information on at the moment

I’ve included the gems (grouped by color) followed by their color variants (if no color variant is mentioned refer to category color) and keywords for their healing/magical uses.

Use this for what you want. It originally came up when I was discussing gemsonas with a friend but I’m also a stonecaster wiccan.
 
If you have any questions or want more information please just hit me up! :)

Black and Silver

·         Black Tourmaline
grounding, protecting, realigning

·         Obsidian [black, greenish black, grey or red-brown]
revealing, transforming, cleansing

·         Onyx [Black with white bands, occasionally just black]
calming, distancing, quieting

·         Magnetite (Lodestone when magnetized)
aligning, grounding, directing

·         Jet [black, dark brown]
stability, calm, perspective

·         Meteorite [light grey, green-grey or black]
perception, new horizons, awakening

·         Flint [blue-grey, grey or black]
repair, knowledge, confidence

·         Haematite [metallic grey-black or red]
energizing, empowering, grounding

·         Silver
easing, serenity, flow

·         Smoky Quartz [smoky brown to brown black]
potential, beginnings, stability

·         Tektite [various shades of green, brown, black]
containing, amalgamating, transforming 

Brown

·         Tiger`s Eye [brown, gold]
practicality, sociability, realism

·         Vesuvianite [brown, green, black-green, yellow {rarely blue, purple or               colorless}]
brightness, resolution, perspective

·         Halite [pink, brown, white, yellow, blue]
absorbing, protecting, stabilizing

·         Bronzite [brown, bronze-brown]
security, integration, relaxation

·         Staurolite [dark to light brown, yellow]
focusing, quietening, combining

·         Limonite [grey to brown, yellow-brown or black]
attuning, simplifying, de-cluttering 

Red

·         Garnet [red-brown (Pyrope); red-purple or black-brown (Alamandine);                red-orange (Spessartine); red or green (Grossular); all colors                            (Andradite); dark green (Uvarovite)]
initiating, stimulating, fiery

·         Ruby
positive thinking, nourishing, steadying

·         Zincite [red, orange, acid green]
awakening, revelation, surprise, innovation

·         Iron Quartz [red-brown, orange]
gently energizing, restorative, condensing

·         Jasper [red, brown, yellow, green]
practical, grounding, repairing

·         Spinel [red or brown (rarely blue, green or colorless)]
initiating, focusing, cleansing

Orange

·         Carnelian [orange, red-orange]
releasing, repairing, warming

·         Sunstone [orange-brown-gold with gold flecks]
warmth, self-worth, happiness

·         Aragonite [orange, golden brown, yellow, white]
practicality, self-discipline, centering

·         Copper [orange, orange-red]
anti-inflammatory, smoothing, unifying

Gold and Yellow

·         Citrine Quartz [yellow, golden-brown or orange-brown]
warming, comforting, uplifting

·         Amber [gold, yellow, brown, sometimes green]
enlivening, stimulating, strengthening

·         Pyrite [light brass yellow with a dark tarnish]
activating, cleansing, sparking, clarifying

·         Gold
confidence, creativity, stability

·         Rutilated Quartz [clear with fine strands of yellow or orange-brown                   needle-like inclusions]
impelling,binding, restoring

·         Topaz [orange, yellow, pink, white, blue, grey, green, brown, clear]
assuredness, confidence, relaxation 

·         Calcite [comes in all colors as well as in colorless varieties]
soothing, calming. cooling

·         Mookaite [marbled red and yellow]
safety, practical solutions, smoothing

·         Heliodor [yellow, lemon-yellow, sometimes with a blueish tinge]
refreshing, restoring, clearing, quietening

·         Sulphur [bright yellow, yellow-brown]
cleansing. detoxifying, enlivening

Light Green

·         Peridot [green, yellow-green]
cleansing, freshening, invigorating 

·         Chrysoprase [apple to emerald green]
serenity, harmony, calm

·         Prase (Actinolite Quartz) [medium green to dark green]
support, integration, forces of nature

·         Prehnite [yellow-green, clear]
softening, alleviating, reassuring 

Green

·         Aventurine [green with metallic flecks. Rarely red-brown, blue]
balance, tranquility, stability

·         Emerald [bright green]
calming, cleansing, harmonizing

·         Bloodstone [green with red, brown, or yellow markings]
courage, strength, support, stimulation

·         Chlorite [pale and dark green to black]
opening, sensitizing, revealing

·         Dioptase [deep blue-green]
stimulating, nourishing, expanding

·         Diopside [black, dark green or green (occasionally colorless, yellow or             blue)]
revelation, growth, renewal

·         Epidote [pistachio green, green, brown or black]
gathering, strengthening, practical

·         Jade [green, white, grey, bluish]
belonging, stability, instinct

·         Sphene [yellow-green, green-brown, brown-red]
clarifying, aligning, exploring

·         Serpentine [shades of green, yellow, brown and red]
comforting, flowing, enlightening 

·         Malachite [green with dark green or black concentric bands]
balancing, soothing, detoxifying, absorbent 

·         Moldavite [translucent green, brown-green]
transforming, expanding, amplifying

·         Moss Agate [clear with green and brown inclusions]
feeling of space, optimism, opening 

Turquoise

·         Turquoise [turquoise, turquoise-green, light blue]
strengthens, protects, enhances

·         Aquamarine [almost colorless, pale blue, turquoise]
cooling, clarifying, soothing, lightening 

·         Amazonite [pale turquoise to deep mid-green, with lighter striations]
stimulation, communication, memory

·         Chrysocolla [green and turquoise to light mid-blue]
absorbing, communication, relaxing

·         Larimar [light turquoise, light blue, white]
far horizons, equanimity, acceptance

·         Smithsonite [pink, blue, green, green-blue, grey]
blending, combining, smoothing

Light Blue

·         Blue Lace Agate [bands of blue, white, and grey]
gently cooling, nurturing, comforting

·         Celestite [clear, grey-blue or sky blue]
ethereal, revealing, blissful, uplifting  

·         Blue Quartz [dense mid-blue, grey-blue, lavender-blue]
protection, contentment, communication

·         Angelite [light blue, white, grey, violet]
steadiness, coolness, attentiveness 

·         Apatite [blue, yellow or green]
structure, flexibility, strength

·         Tanzanite [strong blue with pleochroism of red, blue and brown]
enlivening, transmutating, expanding

Dark Blue

·         Sodalite [usually blue with white veining]
meditation, contact, peace

·         Sapphire [blue or violet-blue; many other colors including black, green,             yellow]
protection, understanding, power

·         Lapis Lazuli [deep blues with white and gold flecks]
truth, memory, awareness

·         Azurite [blue to dark blue]
deep release, old memory, integration

·         Dumortierite [light blue to dark blue to violet, usually with dark speckles           and pink and brown areas]
understanding, conciliation, equilibrium

·         Kyanite [usually blue to blue-black, sometimes streaked; also white,                 grey or green]
connecting, friction-less flow, release

·         Preseli Bluestone [blue-grey, blue-green with inclusions]
clarifying, grounding, timeless

Violet

·         Amethyst
integration, spiritual calm, healing

·         Fluorite [purple, blue, green, yellow, clear]
coordination, innovation, inspiration

·         Sugilite [pink, lilac, purple]
integration, sensitivity, spiritual confidence

·         Charoite [violet-purple with white, pink and gold]
calm perspective, flexibility, awareness 

·         Ioite [violet, violet-blue, brown or blue-grey]
clear thinking, decision-making, empathy

·         Purpurite [dark violet to dark red]
contentment, acceptance, focus, calm

Pink

·         Rose Quartz [pink, rose, peach, violet-pink]
love, emotion, release

·         Kunzite [pink, lilac-pink]
love, support, understanding, peace

·         Lepidolite [pink, violet, grey]
fulfillment, security, instinct

·         Morganite
release, simplification, love

·         Rhodonite [pink to dark pink with black or brown areas]
resonance, passion, motivation, communication

·         Rhodocrosite [pink, reddish brown, grey]
self-confidence, ease, empowerment

·         Thulite [pink, red-pink, grey]
exploration, self-assurance, motivation

White

·         Moonstone [pearly white, cream, yellow, blue]
emotional balance, release, empathy, femininity

·         Zeolite [white,, grey-white, yellow, red]
cooperation, variety, innovation

·         Milky Quartz
diffusing, soothing, relaxing

·         Selenite [white, clear (occasionally yellow, brown, red, blue)]
expansion, release, cooling

·         Tourmaline Quartz [white or cloudy with black linear inclusions]
protecting, grounding, strengthening

·         Clear Quartz [transparent, white]
brightening, organizing, amplifying

·         Apophyllite [clear, white, grey, green, pink]
nature, clarity, transcendence 

·         Danburite [colorless, occasionally gold or pink]
brightness, transformation, intuition

·         Diamond [colorless but also blue, green, pink, yellow]
brilliance, alignment, connectivity

·         Ulexite [clear, white]
communication, clarity, visions

·         Zircon [clear, most colors]
revealing, transforming, regulating 

Multicolored

·         Labradorite [grey with iridescence of green, yellow, orange and                       peacock blue]
openness, flexibility, protection

·         Chalcopyrite [brassy yellow (unweathered), blues, pinks, reds, yellows             (weathered)]
protective, cleansing, stimulating 

·         Opal [all colors]
[too many variations]

·         Tourmaline [all colors]
[too many variations]

·         Coral [red, white, pink, gold, blue, black]
community, strength, connectivity

·         Pearl [white, pink, brown, black, blue, green]
sensitivity, tolerance, alignment 

·         Pietersite [black-blue with gold-brown flecks]
stirring, clearing, anchoring 

·         Unakite [pink and green]
perspective, balance, self-worth

anonymous asked:

Reyes + cheesy pick-up lines! Cheesier the better!

how can anyone resist cheesy pick-up lines. 800+ words, and a good dash of tooth-rotting fluff for you.


There were certain times when the wind blew in just the right direction, dusty yellow-grey clouds of sulphur and sand were kicked up into the slums. Frankly, it didn’t do much to make the place any worse than it already was, but SAM advised them to take precautions when heading out to the forward station. Scott wore a light-weight respirator. Reyes, like most Kadara residents, made do with a bandana knotted over his mouth and nose.

They made it to the Nomad no worse for wear, other than red-rimmed eyes and stench of rotten eggs they’d never be able to wash out. Scott pulled up a routine systems check, while Reyes tugged his bandana down and sighed dramatically. 

“All these toxic clouds, and you’re the one that leaves me breathless,” he said. 

Scott closed the system check UI and slowly turned to Reyes with a blank look. He reach across and pulled the bandana back up over his mouth.

Even if his pride would never allow him to say it, Scott knew part of Reyes wanted to to visit Eos, to see the first true Initiative settlement, a bastion of promise for all Milky Way species in the Heleus. It had been easier than he had expected to coax him into a shuttle he’d requisitioned specifically for the occasion, lured by promises of a romantic, secluded break (and the guarantee of a good enough signal to keep contact with Keema, just in case).

They touched down on a rocky outcrop overlooking Podromos, since once Reyes had realised where there were going, he had made it very clear he wanted to keep a bodily distance from any actual contact. Scott had been fine with that. He just wanted to let Reyes see what they had managed to achieve, that even if he loved it, there was more for humanity than places like Kadara. 

“It’s so hot here. Much hotter than home. All this desert…” Reyes trailed off as he took a seat beside Scott at the cliff’s edge, his feet hanging over the side just like the time they’d spent on the rooftops in Kadara. Their hands found each other, their fingers twined, and Scott felt a flush of warmth that had nothing to do with the blazing sun, “…and you’re still the one making me thirsty.”

“Pathfinder,” SAM announced out loud so they could both hear, “If you pushed him now, I could still make it look like an accident. Would you like me to proceed?”

They stood on the balcony of one of Reyes’ many rat-hole apartments in Kadara Port, side by side, arm brushing arm as the fat yellow sun went down on them. It was a rare and coveted moment of peace, with neither of them being pinged for the next emergency, neither of them with anywhere they urgently needed to be. Scott sighed contentedly and let his head rest against Reyes’ shoulder as they watched the constant comings-and-goings of the streets below. 

They were only a few floors up, but it still felt like a world away, like they were in orbit, so unreachable and alone. It was a chance to notice how Kadara itself had grown and changed under the Charlatan’s rule. There were more people, since it was a free port now. The scant few vendors had became a real market. There were ordinary people who felt safe enough to venture out, families too. There were even sanitation workers around the clock, cleaning the gutters and clearing away the constant build-up of refuse.

“Garbage men in Kadara. I can hardly believe it,” Scott said with a half-smile. It was such an insignificant detail, but it felt like a true mark of civilisation on a wild frontier. Reyes let his head rest against Scott’s; he could feel him smile too.

“All these street-cleaners–” he began, but Scott had been ready for it. Without missing a beat he lifted his head, fisted his hand in the front of Reyes’ shirt, and crushed their lips together, swallowing whatever ridiculous pun had been coming next. They didn’t even bother him that much (although it would be nice to be able to have one intimate moment without the humor-defense shield active), it was really just a matter of principle at that point, and if Scott knew anything about his man, it was that there was really only one way to shut him up.

It worked like a charm; Reyes folded into him, around him, melting into the kiss like honey. He slipped his arms around Scott’s waist and held him close; Scott could feel his lashes brush his cheek, his tongue touch his teeth as they relaxed into each other. They swayed together, no Kadara, no Intiative, no Helius - for a moment, it was just the two of them in the entire galaxy. They broke apart eventually, but they stayed close enough to stop the world come creeping in between them, forehead against forehead, noses brushing. 

“…and you’re the one that swept me off my feet.”

8

Aaaand the rest of the shots from the parrot meeting a few weeks ago! 
I always get really excited about getting to meet so many different species! It’s a small meet-up, but these are still just a few of the ones I met this time. 

Fantastic fungi I've found

Over the course of the last few months I’ve been quietly snapping away at the various fungi I’ve encountered in West Lothian and the Lomond Hills of Fife.

I’ll readily admit now that I’m not a fungi person by any stretch of the imagination.  I do find them utterly fascinating and will snap hundreds of photos of them, but I find identifying them difficult.

This isn’t surprising, for there are believed to be around 12,000 known species of fungi in Scotland.  And identifying them can be even more problematic because the ones that we can see above ground change appearance at different stages of their lives.

It’s entirely possible to find two fungi in different places that look completely different, only to find they’re the same species at different points in their life cycle.  As the dome-shaped caps open up into parasols, it’s easy to get confused.  And I do.  Regularly.

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1989 REACHED THE LIVE VOLCANO - IJEN! TA-DAH!

I woke up at 1am last night to hike the Ijen volcano and admire the blue fire which you can only see here in Indonesia and Island. 

The views were beautiful but I had to wear a special gas mask because I had trouble breathing.

The men working there carry baskets of yellow sulphur weighing 70 to 90kg up a steep rocky path from the crater floor a few times a day. They make 5$ for one basket and it takes them about 3 hours to hike up, get the sulphur and hike down. 

Traveling makes me realize how LUCKY I am. Thank you God and bless these hard-working men.

My name is Anna Nadia Bandura, I’m from Poland and I’m traveling the world alone, just with Taylor Swift’s album 1989. I called this project #1989TravelsTheWorld. This year I’m going to visit 20 countries and spread Taylor’s music around the world. I’m going to the 1989 World Tour in Amsterdam or Germany ( I hope so!).

On the Nubian Royal Starship, en-route from Tatooine to Coruscant

Or: A possible TPM snippet regarding Anakin that wasn’t mentioned in the movie


Anakin isn’t sure what he is supposed to do on this ship, exactly.

He was shown to a cramped little bunk beside Mister Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan’s - Anakin still isn’t sure what to call Obi-Wan, actually - and then mostly left to his own devices, though Qui-Gon had given him a warm smile before he and Obi-Wan went off to confer with the Queen.

And so Anakin has resorted to wandering the ship, albeit cautiously. He isn’t quite sure if he is allowed on most of it, though so far nobody has stopped him.

He ends up in the mostly-empty galley after a while (it must not be close to mealtime), and one of the ship’s hands, spotting him standing in a corner covered in the dust and sweat of the desert, asks if he would like something to drink.

Anakin’s throat is firmly in the “dry” zone (slaves work most of the day in the dry zone, so this is not particularly unusual for him) - but nowhere near the region of absolutely having to need to drink something. That would qualify as “parched”: then, and only then, could you stop work and take a gulp of water - dusty, low-grade and yellow, tasting of the cheap vaporators that condensed it.

And then you would get back to work, because whatever master or foreman watching would certainly give you an earful or worse if you took a second sip.

The ship’s hand is still waiting for his answer.

Anakin nods, and says “Yes, please, I would like that very much, sir,” because his mother has taught him good manners, and he knows that this is a kind thing the man is offering to do.

“Sure, kid.” The man reaches for a tall glass - everything is wizard fancy on this ship - and turns around, and fiddles with a contraption on the wall.

Anakin sidles over curiously as the man turns around and sets the glass down on the table before him.

It is filled to the brim with clear liquid, so crystalline and colourless that for a moment anakin wonders if it is thickened air - but no, there is a foggy sort of moisture coating the outside of the glass, and inside, floating on top of the water, are several chunks of…something. Clear cubes, that look as wet as the liquid they float on.

Anakin reaches for the glass, jumping a little at how cold it is against his hand - and takes a cautious sip.

He stares down at the glass in his hand.

“Something wrong?” the man is asking.

“What is this, sir?” Anakin says, still staring at it. It is cold. It is refreshing. And it has absolutely no taste. It is strange.

The man is looking at him as strangely as Anakin is at the glass, now. “Water, of course,” he says.

Water.

Part of Anakin’s mind protests that this can’t be right. Water is yellow. It tastes of sulphur, and iron - of Tatooine and vaporator pipes, mixed into a metallic tang.

But his mother had said, once, that she had tasted the water meant for Gardulla’s table, when the Hutt had a fit of paranoia that a business partner was trying to murder her, and so sent for a slave to taste her food.

His mother had said the water was perfectly clear, cold, and had no taste. But after a moment, it had tasted sweet. The sweetness of clean, pure water, as it was meant to be drank. It was the only one sip, she had said - but she had remembered it forever after.

Belatedly, Anakin finds that there is a layer of sweetness on his tongue.

His hand is frozen numb on the glass, now.

He takes another sip. Slowly.

The cubes floating in the water are slowly melting away invisibly. With a shock, Anakin realises they too are water - only frozen.

Ice.

He has seen ice only once, in the dead of night when Watto had shown up at their door and dragged him out of bed to fix the generator at the shop, which had suddenly broken down. Anakin had gone, teeth chattering in the cold wind, and when he pried open the generator top, he had accidentally upended a small canteen of water onto the cooling coils - and the water had immediately coalesced into tiny spikes of ice-crystals.

Anakin had stared for a long while, mesmerised, until Watto yelled at him and he hurriedly set to work again.

Anakin sits at the table in the galley, and takes tiny sips of his water, so slow and careful that the ship’s hand goes away after a while to attend to other duties, and the ice cubes have long since melted.

When Anakin finishes, he swallows once.

His throat is not dry. At all.

It feels like there is lake in his stomach.

Anakin’s fingers have left dusty prints on the glass, so he takes it over to where dirtied plates and cutlery is piled in a depression set in the sideboard. He places the glass among them.

As he withdraws his hand, his sleeve brushes past a black square set into the wall behind the depression, and suddenly there is water everywhere.

Pouring over his hands. Splashing onto the dishware. Soaking into his sleeves.

Anakin squeaks as he stumbles backwards, wet sleeves sending arcs of water splattering to the ground.

So. Much. Of it.

Someone runs in just as the water stops spewing out of the curved piece of metal over the dishes.

“Sorry!” Anakin yelps, hands grabbing opposite sleeves to stop them from dripping everywhere. “I didn’t know that was a sensor!”

“No harm done,” the the white-uniformed man - a cook? - says, grinning at him kindly. “That sensor’s oversensitive. And the tap there likes to be overenthusiastic with its water. We have to be careful with the sink.”

A tap. Like on the side of a vaporator.

Oh.

“I can…I can make that sensor work better,” Anakin says, bravely, as the cook sets a cleaning droid to mopping things up.

“You can? That would be appreciated. We have a multitool kit around here somewhere. I’ll dig it out for you. Much thanks.”

“Pleased to be able to help,” Anakin beams.

Later, with his head full of electrical circuitry and with his hands deep in the mechanics of the wall behind the sink, he manages to push all thoughts of his mother and home from his mind.

Sort of.

END


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A cold day of late October, when the withered blackberries dangle like their own dour spooks on the discoloured brambles.

The lucidity, the clarity of the light that afternoon was sufficient to itself; perfect transparency must be impenetrable, these vertical bars of a brass-coloured distillation of light coming down from sulphur-yellow interstices in a sky hunkered with grey clouds that bulge with more rain.

—  Angela Carter, The Erl-King

Trying to illustrate one of my favorite scenes from the EDA Beltempest.

Sunrise came to the new world in a kaleidoscopic iteration of life.

Things that might have been birds or fish flapped or swam through the air. They made a sound that was indescribable. It might have been laughter or machine noise. No one could tell. More life crawled and flapped across the surface. Again, no one could tell if this life was vegetable or animal - motile seeds seeking fertile ground or animals seeking to evade a vegetable predator. The world was a circus mirror of a real world, one in which the reflecting surface was constantly evolving, unbending, flattening with time, before assuming some new, evolutionary kink.

The rain stopped, then started again. The clouds changed colour as volcanic gases emerged to mingle with the sunlight. Yellow blotches of sulphur appeared on the ground. Some of them had legs and fled from the approaching heavy tread of the medics’ starsuits.

dirty-brian-deactivated20161018  asked:

Ichiruki, "Don't trust me."

(((omg Lisa I REALLY REALLY wanted this prompt ur a mindreader <3)))

Title: Trust Me

Fandom: Bleach

Pairings: Ichiruki + Hichiruki

Ratings: Mature

Warnings: 686 compliance

Summary: The hollow lies. Don’t trust a word he says.


“Don’t trust me.”

Three words in a frantic voice as his reiatsu flickers around the edges like static through an old TV, as his eyes blur over sulphurous yellow and gold. The grip of his fingers in her shoulders are tight enough to bruise. “Don’t trust me, don’t trust anything I say to you in the next however long it takes me to get back control, don’t—”

He cuts off, clutching at his head, and Rukia falls to her knees with him. “Ichigo, fight it, fight it, you beat him once, you can beat him a—”

Her encouragements are interrupted by a chokehold to her throat. “Hello, your highness,” Ichigo hisses, only it’s not him anymore; his skin and hair bleeds through with bone white and the sinister grin that curls his lips is a dark slash of blue. “Miss me?”

“Hollow,” Rukia gasps, then chokes as the hand around her neck tightens.

“Zangetsu,” he snarls, pressing her into the wall. “Or Ichigo, really, because the blade is me and all that crap. He tell you not to trust me? The King, see, he lies, he can lie. But me? I couldn’t lie to you even if I wanted to. What sort of horse lies to the Queen?”

“Stop calling me that,” she snaps, trying to put heat behind her words, but it’s hard when she can’t get enough air into her lungs. “I’m not your Queen. I’ve never been your—”

“Wrong.” the pressure against her throat disappears, but before she can regain her legs, he’s caging her in with his body. “You’ve always been the Queen. Add that to the list of things the King never saw fit to tell you—”

“Ichigo’s married—”

“So are you. Marriage does not royalty make, Rukia. Would you like me to tell you some other things he’s never said? I miss you. I want you. I dream about fucking you into the mattress at night when I’m lying awake next to my wife—”

“Stop—”

“—I wish things didn’t have to be this way. I want to throttle Renji every time he so much as lays a finger on you. I lov—”

“Stop!”

Two voices shouting in unison, one rough and cracked, the other thinner and higher and almost hysteric; Rukia cracks an eye open to see Ichigo’s face inches from hers, distorted with pain but back to its usual colouring. Distantly, she registers there are tears on her cheeks.

“I— Ichigo?” she asks, and he drops her like she’s hot coals; she leans against the wall for support and manages to stay standing. “Ichi—”

“Told you not to trust me,” he says, and when he smiles at her, the expression is indescribably bitter. “What I said just then— what he said just then— he lies, Rukia. None of it’s true. Don’t believe a word of it.”

It takes her a while to find her voice again. “Of— of course,” she replies, trying to inject some of her old bravado into her words. “As— as if I would have—”

“Good,” he says, and turns his back on her without a second glance; Rukia’s left staring at his retreating figure, hearing the echo of his words in her head.

Don’t trust me, Rukia. Don’t believe a word he says.

I miss you. I want you. I lov—

“Too late,” she breathes, into the silence that he leaves behind. “Too late.”

The Yellow wallpaper

“Writing is my hymn” screamed I

But my protest were futile

Heard by none

Save for my very own brother and love

But in that vast room I stayed

High-placed barred windows and rings

Wallpaper

My very own death incarnated lure

It’s own ol’ yellow sulphur

Colour disgusts me so much

Repelling

No one could gaze upon, but (yet oh!) so intricate

Symbols and dashes and eyes

A mention and you were enticed

None could decipher

That very sane pattern; the center of our own anger

I got addicted to it,

That I shall not try to deny

It’s allures

Were what was | keeping | me | from being | sane

But that insane little drug

Drove me mad and mad and mad

Round the bend

And that smudge that went in circles and turned around and around and around

Creeping creeping creeping

Check check check


That’s all she ever did

All night long; it disgusts me so

How could she? in public?!

But I am starting to think

That perhaps she has reason

After all

When you stare long enough into the abyss

The abyss gazes back at you