Fluorite is the mineral form of calcium fluoride and it belongs to the halide minerals. This busy stone has many uses in the metallurgical, chemical, and ceramics industries. It is the defining mineral for 4 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness, and fluorescence was named after the mineral Fluorite.
Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of silica that has a very fine grain, and often a banded appearance. Throughout history it has been used frequently for hardstone carvings.
Serpentine can form in varieties of greens, browns and occasionally form with some spotting. The serpentine group of minerals are polymorphous, which means that while they have the same chemical formula, the atoms arrange differently, giving you a unique variety.
There are different associations for the different colors of Fluorite, but generally it is seen as a very protective stone, aiding in staying grounded and stable. Purple Fluorite is thought to be connected to the Third Eye, and Green Fluorite is considered to be a Chakra cleanser.
Agates are thought to be grounding, stabilizing stones that are ideal for emotional, physical and mental balance. They are thought to improve concentration, acceptance of self, and letting go of internalized anger.
Serpentine is thought to connect with the earth, enhance meditation, and aid in spiritual exploration.