Volzhsky, or Volga, Amber or Simbirsky Calcite was first discovered in 1765 in the Simbirsk province by the scientist Efimov. He described the find as a large black stone with transparent yellow-orange veins.
Most often, Simbircite is colored orange or yellow. Crystals of white, burgundy, brown or green colors are less common. The color depends on the type of impurities, iron and manganese in particular. Each piece is distinguished by a unique pattern.
Simbircite is divided into 2 different types: Vein and Ammonite Included. The most common is the first subspecies (Vein) with a pattern in the form of stripes. Rounded Ammonite Included is less common, but typically, the only one we carry.
Simbircite is called an energy-intensive stone. The mineral is believed to radiate a nice, warm and uplifting energy.
This stone is endowed with healing properties. It helps fight against depression and fears, assists with mental disorders, and is said to reduce headaches and migraines.
Simbercite helps allow the user to be calm and self assured. Its secret superpower is fluidity and it heightens communication, telepathy, and business acumen. It helps people to override old programming and adopt a fresh approach and innovate thinking.
Simbircite is often considered a stimulus stone for architects because of its immortal spiral form, reminiscent of the Fibonacci Sequence (Spiral).