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Where can you find calcite in real life?

1. Varieties and colors of calcite
2. Where and how the mineral is mined
3. Magical properties
4. Where is calcite used?
5. History of calcite Calcite is a colorless stone belonging to the group of carbonates. It is considered the most abundant mineral in the world. Currently, there are at least 700 varieties of this stone, differing in structure and light shades (which can be presented in almost any color, depending on the inclusions). The name of this mineral comes from the Latin word “calx”, which means “lime”.
It is distinguished by external diversity and internal richness. This stone has become famous as a stone that helps to push the boundaries of reality and constantly move forward. For this, he is loved by businessmen, economists and other representatives of professions related to constant development and money. Attractive calcite jewelry will find its place in the hearts and lives of everyone who is interested in success.
In most cases, calcite is formed by the precipitation of solid particles from aqueous solutions rising from the center of the magma. This rock can also form on the seabed. In this case, the mineral is formed from the remains of marine organisms.
It is impossible to name the year when calcite was first discovered. It has been known for thousands of years. Lime was used in the construction of the Egyptian pyramids and other historically significant sites. It is also part of ancient sculptures that have survived to this day.

Varieties and colors of calcite

Pure calcite is colorless, but depending on mineral impurities it can change color to rainbow. These include blue, green, white, pink, yellow, orange, brown, grey, red and black. The trace elements iron, zinc, cobalt, manganese and magnesium are responsible for the formation of the unique color of calcite. It’s no surprise that calcite, a common mineral, reacts with different elements to create different colors and patterns. Calcite itself is transparent or translucent.
In nature, calcite occurs in a variety of forms. Among the most common and popular types of stone are the following:
Antaconite – black – contains asphalt;
Iceland spar – transparent – refracts the Sun’s rays into two streams, creating the appearance of a double image;
Manganocalcite – pink – contains a small amount of manganese;
Argentine – grey/transparent – ​​found only in leaf form and is distinguished from other species by its silvery sheen.
There are more types with different shades. In most cases, lime spar is colorless or white. However, the stone is susceptible to various impurities that can significantly change its color. For example, iron impurities give deep yellow calcite. In addition, inclusions of cinnabar give the stone a bright red color. Scientists count hundreds of different shades of this mineral. Therefore, finding the perfect one for you will not be difficult!)

Where and how is the mineral mined?

Calcite is a stone that is mined almost everywhere on Earth. It is widely mined on all continents. The largest deposits of this mineral are located in Brazil, Greece, the USA, Mexico and Peru. In Russia it is mined on Lake Baikal.

Magical properties

Calcite is rich in magical and healing properties. This stone was used by healers and sorcerers hundreds of years ago. He attracts money. Therefore, calcite is very popular among businessmen and gamblers. The stone attracts good luck in Life and helps to make the right decisions in important situations. Normalizes energy balance and helps get rid of laziness. Makes you work and act. Develops extrasensory abilities. For those who seek to develop clairvoyant abilities, calcite opens up new possibilities and enhances intuition. Such stones are in the arsenal of almost all esotericists and fortune tellers. Calcite is especially recommended for people with low self-confidence. This stone helps to get rid of existing complexes, learn to recognize yourself and stop doubting your abilities. For emotional people, this mineral can be very useful. It will help you learn to control your emotions.
An important aspect of the magical properties of a mineral is its color. The color of the stone can enhance certain actions (while maintaining all of the above) or complement them. For example, blue calcite helps develop creative imagination. And pink gets rid of nightmares.
To experience all the magical and healing properties of calcite yourself, you can use amulets, amulets and talismans. Amulets can be understood as any product, decoration or accessory with the addition of a mineral.
To turn a simple mineral into a full-fledged amulet, it is enough to feed it with positive energy, regularly cleanse it of negativity and wear it correctly. For example, if you want to attract love into your Life or improve existing relationships, choose a pink calcite pendant. If you want to attract good luck, hide the stone from prying eyes and wear it as close to the Body as possible.
An important feature of calcite amulets is that they accumulate positive energy. As long as the stone is near you, it feeds you with positive energy and helps you. Therefore, this mineral should be treated with care and responsibility. This mineral must be passed down from generation to generation.

Where is calcite used?

Jewelry. To save as much material as possible, calcite is often cut into octagons, ovals, or cushion shapes. More complex cuts, such as heart-shaped, are less common because the demand for calcite jewelry is not very high;
Decorations for home and kitchen;
Cement and other building materials;
Decorative items such as vases and lamps;
Production of metals, glass and rubber;
Acid neutralizers in the chemical industry;
A piece of chalk.

History of calcite

The name calcite comes from the Latin word calx, which means “lime.” This is very appropriate considering that calcite is the main component of limestone.
Limestone was one of the building blocks of the ancient Egyptian pyramids! Long before we began using calcite in jewelry and interiors, ancient people used it in construction.
The Great Pyramid of Giza was originally encased in 5,5 million tons of gleaming white limestone. Calcite can be mined with any pickaxe. The block will not drop if mined without using a pickaxe.

Block Calcite
Strength 0.75
Tool
Break Time [FN 1]
By default 3.75
Wooden 0.6
Stone 0.3
Iron 0.2
Diamond 0.15
Netherite 0.15
Gold 0.1
  1. ↑ Time for unenchanted tools used by the player without any effects applied, in seconds. For more information, see Mining § Speed.

Natural appearance [ ]

Calcite generates as part of an amethyst geode, forming a layer between amethyst blocks and smooth basalt, and sometimes calcite generates in mountains.

Usage [ ]

At the moment, calcite can only be used for decorative purposes.

Sounds [ ]

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Data values ​​[ ]

Identifier [ ]

Name Identifier Translation key
Calcite calcite block.minecraft.calcite

Story [ ]

3 2020 October, the Calcite was introduced at Minecraft Live 2020 as part of the Amethyst Geode.
Official release of Java Edition
1.17 20w45a Calcite has been added to the game.
20w46a The texture of calcite has been changed.

Problems [ ]

Bug reports for “Calcite” are maintained on the Mojira bug tracker. Report any bugs you find there (in English).

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