Yellow Jasper


Yellow Jasper is a captivating and vibrant variety of the Jasper family, known for its sunny and cheerful yellow color. It is a form of chalcedony, a microcrystalline quartz mineral, with a combination of different minerals giving it a sunny color.  

Location: South Africa, France, Germany, Brazil, India, Russia, USA

Chakras: Solar Plexus

Planet: Sun

Element: Fire

Deities: Ra, Apollo, Surya, Amaterasu

Zodiac: Leo

Celebrations: Litha, Mabon

Placement: On solar plexus, on pain sites, forehead, chest, throat, wrist

  • Protects during spiritual work
  • Protects against EMF's
  • Helps relieve stress
  • Protects during travel
  • Keeps one on their life path
  • Clears old emotions 
  • Brings in positivity
  • Releases toxins
  • Helps with digestion
  • Clears the energy field
  • Eases tension
  • Provides psychic protection
  • Cleanses and purifies a sacred space

Ancient Use:

Yellow Jasper has been used by ancient civilizations for thousands of years. It has been found in archaeological sites dating back to ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. The stone's vibrant yellow color and unique patterns have attracted people throughout history, making it a valued gemstone.

Jaspers hard surface makes it great for carvings so its not surprising that it was used for seals traditionally.  Larger pieces of yellow jasper have even been used to make vases and chess sets! During medieval times, it was a popular stone in jewelry. It was said that wearing or carrying Yellow Jasper would bring luck, prosperity, and a shield of positive energy.

In ancient times, Yellow Jasper was believed to possess protective qualities. It was often worn as an amulet or carried as a talisman to ward off negative energies, evil spirits, and hexes. It was thought to create a shield of energy around the wearer, offering a sense of safety and security

Hildegard of Bingen, a German Mystic from the 12th Century, recommended jasper to improve dreams and sleep. 

In folklore, it is believed to have the power to communicate with animals and nature spirits. It was used by shamans and nature practitioners to establish a deeper connection with the natural elements and gain insight from the wisdom of the earth