Keywords: Angelic communication, Access to higher dimensions, Serenity
Chakras: Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th), Transpersonal and Etheric (8th through 14th, above the head)
Additional Chakras: (with Ohio Celestite) Heart (4th), Throat (5th)
Celestite (also known as Celestine) is a strontium sulphate mineral with a hardness of 3 to 3,5. Its crystal system is orthorhombic. Its forms both tabular and prismatic crystals, and Celestite also occurs in massive, fibrous, granular or nodular configurations. It can be colorless, white, gray, blue, green, yellow, orange, reddish or brown. The Celestite most frequently found on the market is a gray-blue variety from Madagascar, which tends to occur in clusters and geodes. Another rarer variety is Ohio Celestite, which often forms in single gray, whitish or blue-gray tabular crystals, from under an inch to over eight inches long. Some of these crystals are at least partially transparent, and a few are double-terminated.