Wollastonite, Sterling Hill Mine, New Jersey, USA
The last photo is of a different specimen cracked off the same boulder. The blue and the green material are unknown subject to much debate. They appear to be coatings of some sort are both commonly found with the wollastonite in the area. Conjectures regarding the green include opal, uranyl salts, or even flowstone with organic inclusions. The blue is most likely hydrozincite, but may be a carbonate coating of some sort. Further tests are coming from the experts at the mine.