Atlantisite

Atlantisite is named after the lost civilisation of Atlantis, and refers to a naturally occurring crystal composed of green Serpentine and purple Stichtite found only in Zeehan, Tasmania, in a small area named Stichtite Hill. It was discovered in 1910 and was registered as a trademarked name by its discoverer, Gerald Pauley, and is also sometimes called Tasmanite, although the two are technically different.

 

Alternative Names Tasmanite
Colour Green, Purple
Hardness 2.5 - 5.5
Crystal system Monoclinic
Streak White
Lustre Greasy, Silky
Main Locations Australia
Chakra Third Eye, Heart
Zodiac Virgo, Libra
Numerology 3
Planetary Saturn
Element Earth