In the practice of magick, many witches prefer to use various types of magick to help strengthen their spell work. While elemental magick is itself is a powerful natural way to practice magick all on its own, some witches will also incorporate various portions of it into their practice of other types of spell work. Here is a small correspondence that helps to identify the types of stones associated with the elements.
|Air/Mascuine||Amethyst, aquamarine, azurite, beryl, blue lace agate, chryoprase, citrine, hematite, lazurite, moldovite, opal, pearl, snow quartz, sapphire, silver, blue topaz, blue tourmaline, blue turquoise, vivianite|
|Earth/Feminine||Apache tear, apatite, aventurine, boji stone, calcite (orange), carnelian, diamond, flourite, granite, iron pyrite, jade, jet, malachite, morion, petrified wood, rutilated quartz, ruby, sugalite, tiger eye, tourmaline|
|Fire/Masculine||Amber, beryl, bloodstone, calcite (gold), carnelian, citrine, coal diamond, flint, geodes, gold, red jasper, lorimar, obsidian, peridot, pumice, smoky quartz, rhodachrosite, sunstone, yellow topaz|
|Water/Feminine||Alexandrite, beryl, green calcite, chalcedony, diamond, emerald, jacinth, jade, jet, kunzite, lapis lazuli, magnetite, moonstone, obsidian, onyx, opal, peridot, rose quartz, rock crystal, sardonyx, blue topaz, pink tourmaline, green turquoise, zircon|