Rutile occurs as an accessory mineral in a variety of igneous rocks, and in schists, gneisses, metamorphosed limestones, and quartzites. This quartz is often known as Angel’s Hair because of the fine strands of titanium dioxide (rutile) that form within the crystal. Also known as grass stone)
Clear with fine strands of yellow, needle like inclusions
Triagonal (quartz) tetragonal (rutile)
Relaxes tense muscles, lightens heavy moods and helps us to see fixed ideas.
In crystal lore, this stone connects to the highest Angelic frequencies. Rutile strands create metaphysical links, such as portals, membranes with forces similar to electromagnetism.
* Scientific proof may not be available to substantiate these claims.