.48" X .54" X .47"
Parisite is a rare yellow mineral that was first discovered in 1845. It was named after the mine proprietor at Muzo, Columbia, where it was first found. The crystals are often distorted and range in color from tan to brownish-yellow to brown. Parisite is a parasite mineral that crystallizes in the form of pyramidal and prismatic crystals. It is commonly found in metamorphic rocks. Parisite has a Mohs hardness of 3-4 and a specific gravity of 3.2-3.3. It is composed of cerium, lanthanum and calcium fluoro-carbonate and has a refractive index of 1.663-1.669.
Parisite's metaphysical properties include the ability to raise the frequency of the brain waves, stimulate increased mental capacity and stamina, and increase the number of brain cells that are readily used. It can also be used to assist one in the strength to voice one's opinion and to recognize and act concerning those who attempt to exploit one's personal goodwill. The energy served by Parisite strengthens one's ability to encounter negative situations without being harmed by them emotionally or spiritually.