Protective and grounding stone with a calming energy.
Builds a protective shield around the body.
Deflects ill-wishing and harm and reflects it back to its source.
The name Fire Agate often breeds confusion due to two types of stones using the moniker. While the most popular of the pair is the well-known, and natural, Mexican Fire Agate, heat-treated agate has often used the same “fire” name and earned a great following in recent years.
These stones acquire their brilliant color after being exposed to extreme temperatures or radiation that turns natural purples into deep oranges and reds that give the impression of fire.