White Opal

White Opals are also known as 'milk' or 'milky' opals, Australian white opals are distinguished by their pale tones and dancing array of colors when exposed to light. White opals can display any color of the spectrum in a beautiful play of color. White opals are much more plentiful than other kinds of opal. Often white opals will have white potch (colorless opal) left on the back of the stone, however sometimes the entire stone will consist of colorful opal. White Opals are found primarily in South Australia in the major opal fields of Coober Pedy, Andamooka, and Mintabie. White Opal is a stone of angelic connections and is considered a powerful healing stones. It is referred my some the stone of hope, the stone of great achievement and even the "stone of the Gods". Ancient Romans associated opal with hope and good luck. It is often used for clearing emotions to create more positive vibrations. It is useful in balancing all chakras.