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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Introductions to Walking Talking Rocks

Relatives around the World,
Rocks around the world tell us stories, be it you or another rock (crystalline formations).  Here we share what a rock brings in dreams, it's physical makeup and stories that have journeyed with a particular rock.  All are different, with many splendid colors and particular care need be taken with a few. But the most understood about rocks, is it's gem quality.  We like rocks because they are pretty and they shine. Now let us begin a walk and talk with our devoted and wisest of beings, the rock.

We are always looking for information and stories you have had with rocks. Please feel comfortable in leaving your comments and urls, as all is part of the great adventure we share with our rocks around the world.

your devoted servants gift this blog for you,
Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy

“The Gathering Stone” Great Grandmother gave me a stone. Bright as day it shone. In a voice made old by timeless wisdom she said; “It is a gift from our Mother Earth. Keep this stone always, and you will never be alone. Many before you have touched upon this stone. Leaving a part of their Spirit within. Life will come and life will go, but just as the stone our Spirit’s will be forever,”

Sings Relative Billy Simmons Sr. "Rock"
 Osiyo tsilugi (Cherokee-Hello Welcome) to the “Rock”
where we are all Earth brothers and Earth sisters live.
White Buffalo Calf Woman

“The Gathering Stone”. It is a true song of a family tradition that began with my Cherokee Great Grandmother’s family of passing a stone to be touched only by dearest loved ones and trusted friends. It was then carried and passed many times over by the owner until they passed it on to a loved one when the end time came near. 

It will be an Honor for me to long remember for you to use this song. It was written in tribute to my Great Grand Mother, the ways of Olden Days, and the Spirits of her Stone that I now carry and pass to Loved Ones and Friends of my own.

May the Great Spirit always walk beside you and your loved ones upon the Earth Mother
"Spoken by the Green Warrior and true Spiritual Leader of the World. What has happened is the generations coincides with the returning green grass, the four sacred directions, where the embrace of the Green Grass (green warrior Rock) will unite the Rainbow Clan as one flowing river! For he is the crystalline reflection within the spiritual realm inside the house of God. And as his Great Grandmother begins to start with the beginning for the end of time to be near, only to be gifted to the Green Warrior who can complete the task of returning to the people and with this knowing of the Spiritual Realm hope is return to the hearts. This also reminds us of our Great Spirit Mother who shall lead us into the Numinous Flowing for her reign shall return law of love (red road) to all the lands, her sacred body, we call Earth. Natives know the flowing within their hearts as the Eldest Souls of the World as they have descended the most as Humans, the Red Man, who walks the Red Road, the flesh of the rolling hills across Mother Earth", says White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother.

Here are a few gifts Mother Earth has given and these are names you might be looking for, however this is a small list.  Please visit us again, to learn about the many gems/rocks of the world, and the journey and stories that are shared. Thank you contributors

African emerald - Namibian Green Fluorite
African Jade - Massive Green Grossular Garnet
Alaska Black Diamond - Hematite
Alexandrine - Color change lab imitation alexandrite (corundum usually)
Alexandrite Garnet - color-change Garnet
Almandine Spinel - lab-grown Spinel
Amazon jade - Amazonite
Amegreen - Amethyst and Prasiolite
American ruby - almandine garnet, or rose quartz
Ancona ruby - rose quartz
Antilles Pearl - Mother-of-pearl Shell
Aqua gem - light blue synthetic spinel
Aqualite - blue tourmaline
Arabian magic diamond - lab-grown colorless or yellow corundum
Arizona ruby - pyrope garnet from Arizona
Arizona spinel - garnet
Arkansas diamond - usually rock crystal quartz from Arkansas, though occasionally can be actual diamond
Atlas pearls - Wwhite satin spar calcite
Australian jade/turquoise - a material found in Australia, probably variscite
Australian ruby - garnet
Balas ruby - red spinel (traditional, though incorrect name for red spinel, dates to Middle Ages)
Bastard emerald - peridot, green quartz, or nearly any green stone
Bengal amthyst - purple sapphire
Berilo - green apatite
Black amber - jet
(Alaska) Black diamond - Hematite; or real diamond with numerous black inclusions
Black Hills ruby - garnet
Blue alexandrite - color-change sapphire
Blue malachite - azurite
Blue moonstone - blue-stained chalcedony
Blue talc - kyanite
Bohemian crystal - moldavite
Bohemian diamond - rock crystal quartz
Bohemian ruby - red garnets
Bohemian topaz - citrine
Bottlestone - moldavite cut gems
Bristol diamond - rock crystal quartz
Burma sapphire - lab-grown blue corundum
Buxton diamond - rock crystal quartz
California jade - californite
California moonstone - chalcedony
California ruby - garnet
Canadian lapis - sodalite
Cape emerald - prehnite
Cape May diamond - quartz
Cape ruby - pyrope garnet
Ceylon diamond - colorless zircon
Ceylon opal - moonstone
Ceylon peridot - yellowish-green tourmaline
Champlain marble - massive dolomite from Vermont
Chinese turquoise - can be any number of things including calcite/quartz/blue-dyed-soapstone
Colorado diamond - smoky quartz
Colorado jade - green microcline feldsapr
Colorado ruby - pyrope garnet
Colorado topaz - citrine
Congo emerald - dioptase
Congo ivory - ivory simulant made in South Africa
Connemara marble - dark green to gray serpentinite
Copper emerald - dioptase
Copper lapis - azurite
Copper malachite - chrysocolla
Cornish diamond - rock crystal quartz
Crystalline emerald - quartz
CZ Diamond - cubic zirconia
Dauphin diamond - rock crystal quartz
Desert amethyst - solarized glass
Diamond - There are many misleading names given to diamond imitators, such as: Diagem, Diakon, Dialite, Diamanite, Diamite, Diamogem, Diamonair, Diamonaura, Diamon-brite, Diamone, Diamonesque, Diamonette, Diamonflame, Diamonique I II and III, Diamonite, Diamonte, Diamontina, Diamondite, Diamothyst, Diarita, Di'Yag, Djevalite,
Delta pearl = imitation pearl
Earth stone - amber or andalusite
Electric emerald - green glass imitation
Elie ruby - pyrope garnet
Emeraldite - green tourmaline
Emerald malachite - green fluorspar
Emeralite - green tourmaline
Endura emerald - green glass emerald simulant
Evening emerald - peridot
Faience lapis - ceramic
Fashoda ruby - iron-rich pyrope garnet
Ferrer's emerald - green glass emerald simulant
Fictile ivory - plaster-of-paris imitation of an ivory carving
Fire jade - looks like tiger's eye, mainly opal
Fire pearl - billitonite
Finder's diamond - colorless topaz
Fossil turquoise - odontolite
Fukien jade - soapstone
Garnet jade - massive green grossular garnet
Geneva ruby - laboratory created ruby
German diamond - rock crystal quartz
German gold - amber
German lapis - see Swiss lapis, sodalite, or jasper
German silver - a white metal alloy of nickel, copper, and zinc
Gibsonville emerald - green quartz
Glass agate - obsidian
Gold sapphire - lapis with flecks of pyrite
Hawaiian Diamonds - quartz
Hawaiite - peridot from Hawaii
Heinekenite - false green moldavite
Herkimer diamond - quartz
Hinjosa topaz - yellow quartz
Honan jade - soapstone
Hope sapphire - synth blue spinel
Honan jade, Hunan jade - soapstone
Horatio diamond - rock crystal quartz
Hot Springs diamond - rock crystal quartz
Hyacinth topaz - hyacinth (zircon)
Iceland agate - obsidian
Indian jade - aventurine
Indian topaz - yellow sapphire
Iolite - gemmy cordierite
Irish diamond - quartz
Italian lapis - blue dyed chalcedony or jasper
Isle of Wight diamonds = quartz
Jade tenace - saussarite
Jadine - Australian chrysoprase
Jasper jade - green jasper or serpentine
Jeweler's topaz - citrine
Jourado diamond - colorless synthetic spinel
Kandy spinel - reddish-violet garnet from Sri Lanka
Killiecrankie diamond - colorless topaz from Australia
King topaz - yellow sapphire
Korea jade - loose term for nearly any green stone and/or impure jade
La beau pearls - imitation pearl
La tausca pearls - imitations
Lake George diamond - quartz
Lake Superior fire agate - glass opal simulant
Lithia amethyst - spodumene, variety kunzite
Lithia emerald - spodumene, variety hiddenite (lithium)
Lux sapphire - cordierite (iolite)
Lynz sapphire - cordierite (iolite)
Madeira topaz - citrine
Manchurian jade - soapstone
Mari  diamond - quartz
Matura diamond - colorless zircon
Medina emerald - green glass
Meru sapphire - blue zoisite
Meta-jade - Japanese glass jade simulant
Mexican agate/jade/onyx - massive/banded calcite
Mexican diamond - quartz or danburite
Mogok diamond - colorless Burmese topaz
Mojave moonstone - lilac-tinted chalcedony from Mojave Desert area
Montana jet - obsidian, from Yellowstone Park
Montana ruby - red garnet
Mother-of-emerald -  green fluorite
Mountain ruby - red garnet
Mutzschen diamond - rock crystal quartz
Nerchinsk aquamarine - blue topaz
Nevada black diamond - obsidian
Nevada lapis - a form of chalcedony (not from Nevada, either)
Nevada topaz - smoky obsidian
Nevada turquoise - variscite or sometimes real turquoise
New jade - serpentine (or sometimes bowenite)
Night emerald - peridot
Nickel silver - nickel, copper, zinc alloy of silver
Occidental cat's eye - quartz
Occidental diamond - rock crystal quartz
Occidental topaz - citrine
Oil pearl - mother-of-pearl from a sea snail
Olivene - demantoid garnet aka Olivine
Opal glass - glass imitator of other stones, but not opal
Orange topaz - brownish-yellow quartz
Oregon jade - dark green plasma variety of chalcedony, jasper
Oregon moonstone - chalcedony
Palmyra topaz - pale yellow heat-treated amethyst/citrine
Paphros diamond - rock crystal quartz
Pecos diamond - rock crystal quartz
Pectolite jade - pectolite
Pedrara onyx - stalagmitic marble from Mexico
Pink moonstone - opalescent pink scapolite
Pomegranate ruby - red spinel
Praetorianite - massive grossular green garnet aka Transvaal jade
Prismatic emerald - euclase
Prismatic moonstone - chalcedony
Prismatic quartz - cordierite
Pseudochrysolite - moldavite
Pyroemerald - green fluorite
Quartz topaz - citrine
Radium diamond - smoky quartz
Rainbow magic diamond - synthetic rutile
Red jade - reddish quartzite, and the red variety of dumortierite in quartz
Rhine diamond - rock crystal quartz
Rhyolite glass - obsidian
Rocky Mountain ruby - garnet
Rock ruby - pyrope garnet
Rose kunzite - synthetic pink sapphire
Rozircon - rose-colored synthetic spinel
Rubicelle - yellow-orange spinel
Ruby balas - red spinel
Ruby spinel - red spinel
Sacred turquoise - smithsonite
Salamanca topaz - fiery-colored citrine
San Diego ruby - red tourmaline
Saphir d'eau (French) - translates "water sapphire" but is iolite
Sapphire quartz - blue chalcedony
Sapphire spinel - blue spinel
Sapphirine - blue chalcedony, blue spinel, or blue glass
Schaumberg diamond - rock crystal quartz
Scotch topaz -  citrine, or smoky quartz
Scottish topaz - quartz
Serpentine jade - bowenite
Shanghai jade - steatite or talc
Siberian ruby - pink or red tourmaline
Sicilian marble - white Italian marble clouded with greyish veins
Siliceous malachite - green chrysocolla
Smoky Citrine - smoky Quartz
Smoky Topaz - smoky quartz
Soochow jade - bowenite or steatite
Spanish emerald - green glass
Spanish lazulite - cordierite (iolite)
Spanish topaz - orange-brown quartz
Spinel ruby - red spinel
Star ruby sapphire - pink/purple/violet star sapphires
Star topaz - yellow star sapphire
Swiss jade - green-stained jasper
Swiss lapis - blue dyed chalcedony or jasper
Synthetic alexandrite or aquamarine -  often synthetic corundum or spinel
Tasmanian diamond - rock crystal quartz
Tecla pearls - imitation pearls that are solid or wax filled
Tokay lux sapphire - Hungarian black obsidian
Topaz cat's eye - yellow girasol sapphire
Topaz quartz - brownish-yellow quartz
Topaz saffronite - brownish-yellow quartz
Tourmaline green - synthetic dark-green spinel
Transvaal jade - massive green grossular garnet
Trenton diamond - rock crystal quartz
Uralian emerald - demantoid garnet
Uralian sapphire - blue tourmaline
Utah turquoise - variscite
Vallum diamond - rock crystal quartz
Vanadium emerald - green beryl colored with vanadium
Verdelite - green tourmaline
Vesuvianite jade - californite
Vienna turquoise - glass imitation of turquoise
Volcanic chrysolite - idocrase, or vesuvianite
Washita diamond - rock crystal quartz
Water chrysolite - moldavite
Water sapphire - cordierite (iolite)
White garnet - leucite
Wyse ruby - laboratory created ruby
Yaqui onyx - a marble from Baja and Mexico
Yava onyx - marble from Yavapai County, AZ
Zabeltitzen diamond - rock crystal quartz
Zircon spinel - synthetic blue spinel
Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy

Sharing hearts of love, where all do sound like doves (gather in peaceful relations). Each do gather, to sing songs together, we just have to listen to what they expound.  We seek in a heart full of love, we bless the souls that journey for our welfare. We are gifted from God, the treasures from the clouds, the eternal distance and romance, the rock does walk and talk to us!