Unlike many other crystals, fluorite was valued in medieval times as much for its industrial applications as its physical beauty. Although the stone was originally used in smelting, it is today prized for its brilliant appearance. This stone has mystified many with its fluorescence. Many samples seem to glow under an ultraviolet light, in fact the word fluorescent is derived from fluorite. Fluorite is one of the most diverse stones. Fluorite occurs in many different colors. Blues, purples, and greens can all occur in the same deposit and even on the same stone. Each individual stone also has its own unique pattern and level of opacity. Fluorite is associated with the (6th) third eye chakra. This lot of Rough Fluorite comes in a velvet bag. These bags are very handy with keeping your stones together for storage or transport. The velvet gives it an extra layer of protection from damage.