Marialite is the sodium-rich variety of scapolite. The crystal is popular with collectors because of its rarity, also it gives a bright yellow fluorescence under UV light. Read more.
Marialite is a rare silicate mineral and belongs to the scapolite group. It is formed in volcanically active areas under high pressure and temperature. It occurs in the range from pearly white to yellow and green. Clear crystals are rare in Marialite and very popular among collectors.
Marialite is the sodium-rich member of the scapolite family. In the other spectrum, we find meionite as a calcium-rich variant. Intermediate forms of the two occur regularly and are called scapolite for convenience. This marialite from Pakistan exhibits a remarkably bright yellow fluorescence under UV light. A particularly strong glow emanates from it, making it one of the most fluorescent minerals on earth.
Marialite emits in the high energy spectrum as a counterpart to the calm energy emanating from meionite. This stone can therefore take some getting used to for inexperienced users. Once accustomed, you will be filled with a warm energy that strengthens you in your independence and in making choices in your favour.