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And I Think to Myself...What A Wonderful World.: OMG SHINY! - Peacock Ore.  -  Peacock ore, AKA bornite, is a sulfide with the chemical formula Cu5FeS4 - that is, it contains both copper and iron, both very colorful minerals in their own rights. Iron usually gives things a reddish hue (but be careful-other things can do this, too); copper usually gives something a blue-green color. The result when they're mixed is a copper ore with one of the prettiest lusters of any industrial stone out…

And I Think to Myself...What A Wonderful World.: OMG SHINY! - Peacock Ore. - Peacock ore, AKA bornite, is a sulfide with the chemical formula Cu5FeS4 - that is, it contains both copper and iron, both very colorful minerals in their own rights. Iron usually gives things a reddish hue (but be careful-other things can do this, too); copper usually gives something a blue-green color. The result when they're mixed is a copper ore with one of the prettiest lusters of any industrial stone out…

Here's some more 5 minute magic, this time for protection using crystals! || 5 Minute Crystal Protection - Jess Carlson:

Here's some more 5 minute magic, this time for protection using crystals! || 5 Minute Crystal Protection - Jess Carlson:

There are two categories of opals - common and precious. The Precious opals are composed of three groups: white, black, and fire opal

There are two categories of opals - common and precious. The Precious opals are composed of three groups: white, black, and fire opal

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