Jasper

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Properties and Meaning

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Jasper is a member of the Quartz family. It comes in many, many beautiful colors. It is found in many locations around the world and is readily obtainable. Read more about Jasper crystal healing properties and view the many photos below.

Jasper Fast Facts

Jasper Physical Properties

Physical Makeup
SiO2
Variety Of
Common Locations
Worldwide
Hardness
7
Geometric
Trigonal
Colors & Variations
Red/Green/Yellow/Brown
Cleavage
None
Index of Refraction
1.544-1.553
Luster
Vitreous/glossy
Specific Gravity
2.65 constant; variable in impure varieties
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Jasper Healing Properties and Meaning

Chakra Associations
Dependent on Color
Subtle Bodies
Etheric, Astral
Zodiac Signs
Pisces, Capricorn
Positions On Body
Dependent on Color
Musical Note
Dependent on Chakra
Emotional Influence
Calming, Grounding
Spiritual Gifts
Self Awareness
Diseases Treated
Allergies, Constipation, Cystic Fibrosis
Nutrients Boosted
Vitamin B, Vitamin E
Psychological Influence
Confidence, Balance, Comprehension
Physical Body
Bladder, Gallbladder, Liver

Intuitive Healing – Spiritual Trigger Words & Phrases For Jasper

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Calmness
Earthy
Aware
Grounding
Strength
Tenacity
Balance
Nature

Jasper Crystal Healing & Properties Information

For what and How Does One Use it?

Jasper comes in many flavors and color varieties (read more on those below).

The fundamental energy of Jasper is connection with nature. This brings alignment and healing to the mind, body and soul. It helps give one the physical energy to transform dreams and concepts into reality. It has a soothing energy which helps one sleep and dream well, even helping with dream interpretation.

Jasper helps conquer addictions and is also very good at healing the bladder, kidneys and stomach components of the body.

Jasper Styles

Bloodstone

Yes, It is a form of Jasper! Read more by clicking Bloodstone!

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Brecciated Jasper

Brecciated Jasper has a strong grounding energy. It inspires creativity!

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Dalmation Jasper

Dalmation Jasper has Tourmaline – Black fused within it. This stone is very grounding and protective. It wards off disillusionment, cynicism, apathy and skepticism.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Green Jasper

Green Jasper is very helpful in getting a good night’s sleep. It is a very refreshing and nurturing energy. This stone helps one fight obsessive compulsive tendencies.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Kambaba Jasper

Kambaba Jasper has some of the Worlds’ oldest fossilized algae and other primeval microorganisms within it. This Jasper has much ancient wisdom to share.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Mookite Jasper

Mookite Jasper is from Australia and has positive Earth energy. It helps heal deep emotional hurt and promotes life force energy within the body.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Ocean Jasper

Ocean Jasper is from Madagascar and helps us to connect with the “all that is.” This stone has beautiful, gentle, nurturing energy. It helps one understand the circle of life.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Picasso Jasper

Picasso Jasper is a great stone for transformation. It also helps with forming new and re-establishing old relationships. This stone helps one to dissolve creative blocks and obstinate blockages.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Picture Jasper

Picture Jasper provides artistry from our Mother Earth. It helps one start and finish projects. This stone promotes and brings creative images to the surface of the mind.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Polychrome Jasper

Polychrome Jasper provides creative fire and enlightening inspiration. Let it re-energize your passion for life!

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Rainbow Jasper

Rainbow Jasper brings joy, happiness and vitality. It gives one a sense of connectedness to humanity. This stone helps you to appreciate those around you and instills a sense of wanting to “play it forward.”

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Red Jasper

Red Jasper brings forth strength and energy. It gives one a strong connection to Mother Earth. This stone is a fantastic motivator, enabling you to ground that motivation in order to “get the job done.”

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Tiger Iron Jasper

Tiger Iron Jasper is Red Jasper mixed with Hematite and Tigereye. It brings forth incredible strength and energy. It is a great stone for those wanting to increase willpower to help beat addictions and push through life blockages.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Unakite Jasper

Yes it is a form of Jasper. For further reading click the word Unakite.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Yellow Jasper

Yellow Jasper makes a great travel stone on journeys. It facilitates positive communication with strangers along the way. It is a very good stone for creating courage to make difficult yet beneficial changes.

Jasper Properties and Meaning

Jasper Crystal Galleries and High Resolution Photo

 

Jasper Properties and Meaning Example Photo 1

Jasper Example Photo 1

 

Jasper Properties and Meaning Example Photo 3

Jasper Example Photo 3

 

Jasper Properties and Meaning Example Photo 2

Jasper Example Photo 2

 

Jasper Properties and Meaning Example Photo 4

Jasper Example Photo 4

Click the Jasper images below for a high resolution photo!

Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Terminated Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

Terminated Jasper Crystal Specimen - Mineral Specimen

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4 thoughts on “Jasper

  1. Is the Kambaba Jasper & Ocean Jasper from China fake? I read that the Ocean Jasper from Madagascar is worked out yet China has tons of it on ebay.  I normally only buy rough material from China, India, or Hong Kong & make my own cabs but I wondered about the Jasper.  I've already read the comments from buyers that the "sea sediment" is fake because it is soft when put to a diamond cabbing wheel & real Jasper takes forever to cab. I'm from WA State where red Jasper "grows" in your pasture after every rain.  Thank you, Janie

    • Hi Janie, Thank You for your question. I believe the Kambaba Jasper to be real as there is a heck of a lot of that found at the original location – kind of reflected in the price of the rough. I love Ocean Jasper and was fortunate enough to have received and sold some of the best ever found back in the day. I too was surprised to see it reemerge on the market. For me there is one of two explanations. Either someone was sitting on a huge load of it (happens from time to time) and finally found it in a long forgotten container and decided to release it, or they found another supply of it close by, so it is very similar. At this point I’m going with option 2 as I have seen some of the later material first hand and it seems just a little different from the earlier material. I cannot comment regarding the sea sediment being soft as I have personally neither worked the older material or newer material. My understanding from my supplier who was certainly at the coal face so to speak in the earlier days was the name came from it having to be mined at low tide, rather than any sea sediments being inside it. I’m going to email my supplier now and see if they have any insights into this newer material. I will report any new information I receive back here if it comes to hand.

  2. Hello! Thank you for your informative encyclopedia and excellent pictures, pleasure for eyes! I've noticed however that 'Jasper example photo 2' shows a zinc blende also called schalenblende with silver galena & wurzite in it 🙂 Here's more about it, random find https://www.mindat.org/min-3556.html
    I hope it helps. Keep up your great job! Cheers! 🙂


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