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A wild mix of earthy colors straight from the Aussie wilderness, Mookaite brings that down-to-earth vibe wherever it lands.


Mookaite, also spelled as Mookite or Mook Jasper, is a unique and colorful variety from Western Australia. It's named after the Mooka Creek in the Kennedy Ranges, where it was discovered. Mookaite is renowned for its vibrant and varied colors, which can include shades of red, yellow, brown, cream, and purple, often occurring in swirling patterns or bands.


Mookaite is primarily composed of silica, with varying proportions of other minerals such as clay minerals, hematite, and goethite. The unique colors and patterns of Mookaite are believed to have formed through a combination of sedimentation, mineral deposition, and weathering processes over millions of years.


Mookaite is highly valued for its beauty and is often used in jewelry making, cabochons, and decorative items. Its striking colors and patterns make each piece of Mookaite unique and prized by collectors and enthusiasts alike. Additionally, Mookaite is used in crystal healing practices for its grounding, stabilizing, and nurturing properties.


Mookaite promotes vitality, inner strength, and a sense of adventure. It's associated with the root and sacral chakras, helping to balance and energize these energy centers. Mookaite enhances decision-making abilities, boosts self-confidence, and provides emotional support during times of change or uncertainty.



Dimensions: 4.5"x4.5"x3"

Weight: 1.5 lb

Chakras: Root, Sacral

Zodiac: All




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