Jaguar Stone

Nurturing Courage

Understand and acknowledge the truth.

Protect yourself and stand up for justice.

Feel safe and know you are absolutely loved.

Know that strength can be gentle and kind.

Let Jaguar Stone inspire you to love more bravely!

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Healing Properties of Jaguar Stone

Spiritual: Jaguar Stone is a dynamic stone that can help us achieve our most lofty goals. It is a wonderful grounding stone, whose energy is strong yet not “heavy.” Jasper has been called the “supreme nurturer.”  In the case of Jaguar Stone, this nurturing resembles a mama bear protecting her young from harm, assuring they are safe and well-loved. Jaguar Stone is  attuned to the Root, Sacral, and Heart Chakras and linked to the astrological signs of Capricorn and Leo. It is connected to the element Earth and vibrates to the number 6.

Emotional: Jaguar Stone is a stone of great courage. It can remind us to stand up for ourselves and to fight for justice. Jaguar Stone helps us to take responsibility for ourselves and our actions. It also acts as a protective stone, providing a subtle “don’t mess with me” energy that helps keep negative people away. 

Mental: Jaguar Stone encourages us to be absolutely honest, with others and even more importantly with ourselves. It banishes illusions and give us the courage to accept what truly is. Jaguar Stone can help us be mentally brave, willing to look at the “hard stuff” and make tough decisions. It is also a stone of imagination and creativity. 

Physical: Jaguar Stone is said to help stimulate circulation and increase physical energy. It is also believed to help strengthen the immune system, act as a detoxifying agent, and soothe the nerves. It has also been used to assist with healthy functioning of the sexual organs and provide increased physical pleasure and fertility.

Always use wisdom when considering crystal therapies for healing.

Mineralogy of Jaguar Stone

leopardskin

Jasper, Paradise Valley, California, USA

Rock Family: Igneous Rock (Rhyolite)
Major Minerals: Feldspar, Quartz
Minor Minerals: Natural Glass 

Color: Pink/red, black
Gravity: 2.4-2.6
Hardness: 6.5-7
Fluorescence: None
Texture: Porphyritic
Transparency: Opaque

Location: Spotted Jaspers are found throughout the world. The most notable deposits are in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, India, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mexico, Peru, Russia, the United States, and Uruguay.

 

Rock Family: Jaguar Stone is not a mineral, but rather a rock. As an easy way to understand the difference, think of rocks as being like cookies and minerals as being the ingredients which make up those cookies. Many different minerals are used to create a rock!

Formation: Jaguar Stone is a form of Rhyolite, a type of igneous rock. Rhyolite is a type of extrusive igneous rock, formed on the surface of the earth by molten magma due to a volcanic eruption. There are five types of igneous rocks created by lava: Basalt, Obsidian, Rhyolite, Trachyte, and Andesite. Other types of igneous rocks, such as Granite, are created by processes deep within the earth. Rhyolite is a relatively rare volcanic rock, almost exclusively found in the interiors of continents. Most Rhyolites are porphyritic and contain large Quartz crystals or other varieties of crystals in an extremely fine-grained matrix. This indicates that these crystals were already being formed before the lava flowed onto the surface. Jaguar Stone is a popular name given to spotted Rhyolite found in North and South America.

Mining: Mined at its primary deposit, usually found with Obsidian and Pumice.

Enhancements: All varieties of  Rhyolite, including Jaguar Stone, Leopardskin Jasper, Ocean Jasper, and Rainforest Jasper are fully natural, enhanced only by tumbling, cutting and polishing.

Synonyms: Rhyolite, Leopardskin Jasper 

Map courtesy of TravelBlog
Photos: Jasper

History of Jaguar Stone

Jaguar Stone and Leopdardskin Jasper are marketing names used to describe a variety of spotted stones. The name Leopardskin Jasper is best used for the stones mined in Africa, Europe and Asia.  While Jaguar Stone should be used for stones mined in North and South America.

Jasper is included in many lapidaries, specific varieties like these have only recently been explored by metaphysical collectors. The name “Leopardskin Jasper” or “Jaguar Stone” is, of course, due to the spots which decorate this pretty stone.

Photos: Jaguar

Ethically Sourced Jaguar Stone

 

 

The Miners tumble and polish their own stock.

The Miners sells directly to Moonrise Crystals. 

Moonrise Crystals sells directly to you.

 

 

 

 

 

The Supply Chain

The Supply Chain is exceptionally short and clean.

The Mine and Lapidary are located in the same country.

The Mine and Lapidary are owned by the same family.

 

 

The Mine

This Jaguar Stone comes from a small family-owned mine in southern Peru.  

It causes only minor environmental damage and has safe conditions for workers. 

Learn More: Ethical Mining

 

The Lapidary

This Jaguar Stone was polished in Lima, Peru.    

The business is owned by a pair of brothers, one manages the mine, while the other manages the lapidary.

Factory workers have safe conditions and are paid fairly.

The business is also the direct-importer & sells exclusively at large gem shows.

Learn More: Ethical Lapidary

 

Sourcing Relationship

I first met the owner of the mine and lapidary in 2014 at the Gem and Mineral Show in Tucson, Arizona.  At that time, he was set up with a single table and the only major Gem Show he attended was in Tucson.  While most lapidaries sell their tumbled stone in pre-packaged bags by the pound or kilo, this seller allowed me to cherry pick through his stock and buy only the best.  Since then, his spot in Tucson has expanded to four tables under a tent and he now sells at two of the major European shows.  It has been fun to watch our businesses grow.     

In 2018, I asked the owner if he would be willing to help connect me with a rural school in Peru near his mine.  I told him that I wanted to “give back” to the communities that provided these beautiful crystals.  He was pleased by my request and later that year introduced me to the principle of a suitable Peruvian school.  We hope to begin supporting this school in the 2019-2020 school year.

Safe Handling of Jaguar Stone

Jaguar Stone Tumbled Stone

Color: Tan with brown/orange and gray spots. This is a 100% natural stone, so minor variations are part of their unique beauty.

Size: 1 inch, or a little bit bigger

Weight: 1 oz

Shipping: Next business day – Domestic First Class averages 3-7 days.  International First Class averages 2-3 weeks. 

Reviews

  1. Jennifer S. (Colorado)

    The jaguar stone is huge and really cool! The markings are really interesting with multiple concentric shapes and different colors. The markings are more chaotic than the leopard skin jasper.

  2. Cynthia A (New Mexico)

    Everything is gorgeous and the cards are informative! Thank you so much!

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