rainbow moonstone
Geology / History

Rainbow Moonstone belongs to the plagioclase feldspar group. Its composition primarily consists of sodium and calcium aluminium silicates. The internal structure is composed of thin, alternating layers of albite and anorthite feldspars, which interfere with light in a way that produces the stone’s signature iridescent glow, a unique optical phenomenon known as adularescence. This effect creates a captivating, shimmering play of colours, typically exhibiting a blue sheen but sometimes showcasing a spectrum of colours. Geologically, it forms in igneous and metamorphic rocks, often found in association with other feldspar minerals. 

Metaphysical Properties
Holds pure & divine Goddess energy. This bringer of inner peace is an excellent meditation & manifestation stone. Understanding of one’s ability to create through universal connectivity is found within. Moonstone has the ability to cast our vision into other world as well as the past, present & future within our own dimension.
As it enhances lucid dreams & calm sleep, Moonstone opens windows to the soul for self-exploration. The Earth connection is quite powerful, although it opens the crown Chakra connecting you with spirit guides & higher self, the anchor into the physical plain allows Divine knowledge to be brought back into the conscious mind.
Moonstone is gentle yet strong & offers strength while teaching fearlessness. Moonstone shows us the end is the beginning & cycles of life are vital for growth. The feminine energy within brings balance & units male with female energy.
Moonstone shows you how to compile all your talents into a great mass of focused energy, this is the state of mind from which dreams burst into reality. Also helps to improve learning difficulties & is quite protective of its human friends. Deflecting negative energy & transmuting dark into light through powerful unbreakable love is the continuous goal of Moonstone.

Crystal Healing
Assist with hormones, fertility, thyroid, womb, after breast operations.

Group: Feldspar (Silicates/ Tectosilicates)
Crystal System: Monoclinic
Composition: Albite: NaAlSi3O8 + Anorthite CaAl2Si2O8 
Form/Habit: Short Prismatic
Hardness: 6-6.5
Cleavage: Perfect
Fracture: Subconchoidal to uneven, brittle
Lustre: Vitreous
Streak: White
Specific Gravity: 2.5-2.6
Transparency: Transparent to translucent
R.I: 1.51-1.54
Colour: Colourless, white, cream, yellow, pink, brown-red

Crystal Info Menu