Serpentine with stichtite
Atlantisite is a green Serpentine with pink or purple stichtite inclusions and is found on the island of Tasmania that belongs to Australia. The area where this stone is found is called Stichtite hill. The name refers to the mythical island of Atlantis.
Serpentine is a mineral group with a mainly green to brown colour and is characterized by a fibrous structure. The name comes from the word 'serpent' which means 'snake'. This is derived from the colour of the stone, which has many similarities with that of snakes.
Stichtite is a pink to purple mineral that was first discovered in 1910 in Dundas, Tasmania. It was named after Robert Carl Sticht, the manager of the nearby Mt Lyell copper mine.
Working of Atlantisite
Atlantisite has the old wisdom of the ancient city inside. The stone helps to develop personal growth and passed lives can be reached. This stone is very suitable for childeren because it stimulates them to change their behaviour.