Serafinite is the gem variety of Clinochlore, which is in the chlorite group. It forms very soft, silvery chatoyant fibers, similar to feathers. These fibers are a result of mica inclusions.Seraphinite is named after the biblical seraphs . There are silvery feathery chatoyant fibers shimmer from the mica inclusions.

Chemical composition H8Mg5AI2Si3O18
Color Pale and dark green with silver chatoyant fibers
Lustre Vitreous to pearly
Hardness 2 – 2.5
Crystal system Monoclinic
Origin Siberia
Healing properties*

Coordinates the left and right sides of the brain. Encourages energy flow within nerve cells, helping with physical dexterity. Place Seraphinite on the heart to access subtle energies or angelic realms.

Seraphinite is named after Seraphim, who was the highest rank of angels in the bible. Comes from the greek word Seraphim which refers to a celestial being with 3 pairs of wings.