A guide for the history, meaning, and properties of the vibrant Peacock Ore. Said to be for...
History of the Stone
Chalcopyrite is one of the most common minerals that contain copper. As much as seventy percent of all copper is found in chalcopyrite. The hydrometallurgical method for extracting copper from this mineral is cleaner and more economically efficient than relying on the far more common pyrometallurgical method. Chalcopyrite is sometimes known as Peacock Ore, or Bornite.
Chalcopyrite Pronunciation: /kæl.kəˈpaɪˌɹaɪt/
Crystal System: Tetragonal
Etymology: Greek “Chalkos” meaning copper, and “pyrites” meaning strike fire.
Location: Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas
Peacock Ore has more than just a pretty face, it will repattern your auric field bringing the truest colors and most revealing halos around you. It breaks blockages related to your chakras and can clear your mind.
Peacock Ore not only clears your mind, but it opens your heart and brain to new ideas and people, encouraging more social behaviour.
The Wrap Up
Chalcopyrite, or Peacock Ore, is a helpful and lovely stone that has the prefect feathers for putting on display to make your day better. Put it out there for the world to see, and smiles will start popping up left and right. :)
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