Zeolites occur in all cores and most cuttings samples of plutonic and gneissic rock from the Cajon Pass Deep Drillhole. Laumontite or stilbite replace plagioclase and fill fractures <1 mm to several cms in width. Zeolitic alteration is most intense in faulted and fractured zones. Zeolite species are zoned vertically. Laumontite occurs to a depth of 1885 m, stilbite from 1885 m to 2080 m and laumontite again to at least 2524 m. The transition from stilbite to laumontite at 2080 m fits both extrapolated equilibria and the CPDDH P-T gradient but laumontite occurrences above 1885 m are metastable apparently reflecting rapid uplift. Radioactive accessory minerals from the wall rock surrounded by zeolites in some fractures exhibit red-brown haloes. Halo intensity correlates to mineral radioactivity and may allow dating of mineraliztion. Observation in the CPDDH suggest a potential role for zeolites in determining chemical and physical properties such as pore water composition, seismic velocity, and gravity contrasts in faults of the San Andreas system.