In the realm of mineralogy, fluorite stands as a testament to the beauty and complexity of Earth's geological processes.

Its captivating colors, fluorescence, and practical applications have endeared it to collectors, scientists, and industrialists alike.

As we delve deeper into the scientific intricacies of fluorite, we continue to unravel the mysteries that lie within these vibrant mineral specimens, shedding light on both their aesthetic allure and their role in advancing various fields of science and industry.



Alien Eye fluorite have throughout the years gained an almost cult-like following and have without a doubt become one of the most highly desirable mineral specimens known.

The original pocket was discovered back in 2007 and only a handful of specimens came out which quickly found new home on some of the most prominent mineral collections around the world.

What sets Alien Eye fluorites apart from other fluorites is their unique colour zoning. The very best have an emerald green core surrounded by a thin black zoning, which in turn is covered by a greyish white outer zone, all of this put together makes it appear as if there are bright green eyes embedded in the crystal.