Anyone who has seen the Marvel Universe films knows what the Real Infinity Stones are and what they look like. But for those who aren’t familiar with the franchise, here is a little description. Infinity Stones are powerful gems, each with their own particular power, but when united have the power to destroy planets, civilizations and much more.
Their origin is said to be from six figures who existed before the world and the universe was formed. The Big Bang caused these singularities to be transformed into stones, incarcerating their powers and thus, creating the Infinity Stones.
The six stones are: Space Stone, Mind Stone, Reality Stones, Power Stone, Time Stone and finally the Soul Stone.
The Space Stone
Blue Sapphire – Aquamarine – Tanzanite
The Space Stone is found in the Tesseract and has the power to open portals to other realms of the universe. We first hear about this stone in Captain America: The First Avenger. As the name would suggest, it gives the holder the power to control space. It is a stunning shade of bright blue which closely resembles natural gemstones such as Sapphire, Aquamarine or Tanzanite.
The Mind Stone
Citrine – Yellow Tourmaline – CHRYSOBERYL
Again, as the name suggests, this stone gives the beholder the power to control minds. In the Marvel Universe, the stone is part of Loki’s sceptre, seen for the first time in Avengers. And this stone becomes Vision, a supernatural being who has great powers in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Its colour is a yellow similar to the sun in brightness and in tone. You could easily resemble it to gemstones such as Citrine, Yellow Tourmaline or Chrysoberyl.
The Reality Stone
ruby – rubellite – rhodolite
Also known as Aether, which is a liquid manifestation of the stone’s power. First seen in Thor: The Dark World, The Reality stone gives the beholder the power to control matter and turn light into darkness. The stone is a deep red, with purple tones, similar to Mozambique Rubies, Rubellites or Rhodolites.
The Power Stone
AMETHYST – PURPLE TOURMALINE
Seen for the first time in Guardians of the Galaxy, this stone gives the holder unbelievable energy and power, enough to destroy planets, cities and the likes. It is a stunning shade of purple which resembles Amethyst and Purple Tourmaline.
The Time Stone
EMERALD – TSAVORITE – GREEN TOURMALINE
Making its debut in Doctor Strange, this magnificent green stone allows the beholder to control time, meaning you can either fast-forward or rewind any scenario. It is found in The Eye of Agomoto. Similar in colour to Emeralds, Tsavorite, Green Tourmalines & Chrome Tourmaline as well.
The Soul Stone
SPESSARTITE – FIRE OPAL – ORANGE TOURMALINE
While the powers of the stone are unclear in the movies, in the comics, the stone grants to power of capturing and controlling people’s souls. It’s a stunning shade of orange similar to Spessartite Garnets, Fire Opal or Orange Tourmaline.
Make your own Infinity Stones
With this list you can now make your own Infinity Stones from natural gemstones. Either as a jewellery collection or as a collection of beautiful gems. No matter which, they are bound to attract everyone’s attention.
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