Chemical Formula: CaSO4-2H2O
Angelite forms from two different minerals: gypsum, a fibrous chatoyant mineral, and Celestite, a blue mineral. This formation happens when the minerals are compressed and dehydrated over millions of years. Formally known as Anhydrite because of its lack of water, Angelite received it new name due to its heavenly color.
Angelite is known as the stone of the angels. It provides guidance and security. It is a great stone to keep in areas where danger may occur, such as your car or, motorcycle. Angelite can also work as a communication tool between the living and the deceased. Keeping Angelite with you after the loss of a loved one can help the grieving process.