5 Beautiful Pictures of Osmium, the Rarest Natural Earth Element
Osmium is a hard, brittle, bluish-white transition metal in the platinum family and is the densest naturally occurring element, with a density of 22.59 g/cm. According to Dvice, it's "both the densest and the rarest element that you can dig out of the Earth. It's so hard that it's used (as an alloy)
A meteorite found in Chubut, Argentina, featuring a metallic mirror finish and peridot-type stones, is displayed in a collections room at the Field Museum in Chicago
Fantastic Rare Polished Baker Ranch Chromatography Parallax Thunderegg Agate Oval Cabochon
Here we have a beautiful rare polished oval cabochon of a Baker Ranch Agate Thunderegg which exhibits chromatography and parallax banding from Baker Ranch in New Mexico. The third photo shows it backilit. It has been cut, shaped and polished by me with a curved beveled edge transitioning to a flat face plateau with a smooth sanded back. It weighs 19 grams or 95 carats measuring 55x31.7x6.7mm thick.
Learning Crystal Healing and Overthinking Things - Ethan Lazzerini
Are you learning crystal healing but find yourself overthinking things? Do you doubt yourself or are you stuck in analysis paralysis? Could you be holding yourself back from getting started with crystals or crystal grids? I get asked a lot of questions about crystals and one thing that comes up…