Pegmatite - Lake Michigan Stone
Pegmatite is an igneous rock, formed underground, with interlocking crystals usually larger than 2.5 cm in size. Most pegmatites are found in sheets of rock (dikes and veins) near large masses of igneous rocks called batholiths.
The word pegmatite derives from Homeric Greek, πήγνυμι (pegnymi), which means “to bind together”, in reference to the intertwined crystals of quartz and feldspar in the texture known as graphic granite.
Most pegmatites are composed of quartz, feldspar and mica, having a similar silicic composition as granite. Rarer intermediate composition and mafic pegmatites containing amphibole, Ca-plagioclase feldspar, pyroxene, feldspathoids and other unusual minerals are known, found in recrystallized zones and apophyses associated with large layered intrusions.
Pegmatite brings out potential energy and can wake up latent talents or skills. It will help you to perform your true abilities and help keep feelings of inadequacy away.
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