Chalcopyrite Information

Crystal System: Tetragonal
Hardness: 3.5 to 4
Chakra: All
Energy Vibration:
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Planet: Venus
Element: Air, Water
Beneficial For: Luck and Good Fortune, New Beginnings, Alignment with the Higher Self, Alignment of Chakra, Meditation, Expansion, Expanded Awareness, Attunement With Higher Realms, Communication With Higher Realms, Truth, Transformation, Opportunities, Trust, Sense of Purpose, Attunement, Inter-dimensional communication, Bridging the Spiritual and Physical Worlds

Chalcopyrite is a powerful stone that activates and aligns all chakras. It’s a powerful tool that has been used to remove blockages of chakras by shamans and reiki professionals. This stone offers up transmutational energies that assist in changing of habits, routines and lifestyles. Working with this stone will help one in finding their own way and life meaning. Carrying this stone daily is ideal for anyone feeling like their “stuck” in the same daily motions and are looking for a sudden change. This stone has always been associated with opportunity and new beginnings, and has been commonly used as a trinket for obtaining luck. Although this stone actives all chakras, it specifically resonates with the higher 3 chakras. Chalcopyrite has been known to expand the mind and open it up to a higher realm. This stone opens our third eye to endless visions when meditating with it, while also using our crown chakra to bridge the gap between physical and spiritual realms. The energies of this stone on the throat chakra specifically help in bringing in this knowledge to the physical. By being able to talk about what you see, feel and hear, you are making it a physical emotion, confirming its reality. That energy can manifest and bring with it positive and life changing opportunities.


Chalcopyrite is a Copper iron sulfide mineral that was first found in 1725 by J.F Henckel. It was named from the Greek word for “Copper” and “Brass”, and can most notably be seen as shades of yellow, green and grey. When Chalcopyrite is exposed to acid, its color palette changes to deep purple, blues, violets, and yellows. This treated Chalcopyrite is what you will find at most shows and crystal shops, and is commonly referred to as “Peacock Ore”. Technically “ Peacock Ore” is another mineral called Bornite, which naturally tarnishes to these colors so be careful what your buying! Tarnished Bornite is very rare, that is why you should always check the authenticity when trying to purchase it.

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