x1 selenite Tea light candle holder - 60 - 70 mm approx
Selenite is a type of gypsum mineral. It also comes in desert rose, satin spar, and gypsum flower varieties. Selenite is a monoclinic crystal formed from calcium sulfate dihydrate. It comes in pearly white colors with a clay-like texture. Selenite is associated with clarity and awareness.
The Selenite Stone is awash in otherworldly wonder, with coloring as pale as the flutter of angel wings. Selenite, which is immediately calming, has a long history as a favored goddess stone and is said to bring safety, peace, and soul healing to your body, mind, and home. Gypsum crystallized into selenite, according to legend. It is a soft stone that appears almost malleable, derived from hydrous calcium sulfate, and is more feather than rock. As one of the softer stones, it can serve as a wonderful and vibrant reminder to us to pass through this world with gentleness and to integrate sacred space into our practices.
Selenite crystal slabs have been discovered in both high and low areas, from the Odyssey-rich waters of Greece to creative Mexico, Zen-like Japan, wild Argentina, and the group spirit of Brazil. It has also been discovered in the United States, Poland, Russia, and Australia. Selenite is a stone that tends to roll. Selenite appears in history as a result of its global association. The meaning of Selenite is connected to the Ancient Greek goddess of the moon, Selene. Selene could light up the night and a constantly shifting personality that seemed to ebb and flow. She was the daughter of Hyperion and Thea, and she was depicted riding a horse or winged chariot while wearing a lunar crescent as a crown on her head.