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Morganite: The colorless beryl evil-curative stone

Morganite The colorless beryl evil-curative stone


The terrestrial mineral called Morganite is better known as beryl in some mineral markets around the world as it has its own chemical formula that describes in detail each of the materials that compose it completely, usually retaining a hexagonal shape in its crystals, thereby making known its traditional shape. Its size in nature can range from a shard that has enough space in the palm of a child’s hand, up to the ability to measure several meters in length and make it difficult to transport at the time of its extraction for marketing.

Leaving aside the size or dimensions that it can take, these crystals must go through the necessary process to be presented in the market, they can be considered relatively rare because they are not easy to obtain. This mineral presents a series of fractures that are characteristic of the rock and besides that it has levels of hardness that are measurable with the proper application of tests designed for this type of minerals. It has an illustrious vitreous that makes it a bit striking although it does not cause a greater impression and can also become transparent or translucent, all depends on how are its internal characteristics and the diversity of elements that make up this specific rock, is very attractive to jewelry and manufacturers who make certain accessories that can use both women and men, adds elegance and a fairly high cost.


A striking point about this mineral is that it is originally colorless due to its purity in the middle where it is developed and the color that inks are classified as the impurities it adsorbs over time and that basically gives colors like the typical green, blue, yellow, even red and white. Its name is dedicated to its most common color which is the representation of green.

A certain amount of variety has been privileged and considered gems since historical times, from the most remote part of history these gems have haunted the lands and their purity is described in their classification. They are well known for the beauty they give and are named after many elements that have been a fundamental part of humanity such as the Bible. They are described as decorative minerals that add value to objects in which it is worth adding such a piece.


The variety of colors have different names although they are all the same gem, the variation of names is due to the fact that they are dedications, to name them in some way. The green element is called Emerald, the red can be known as Bixbyite or Red Emerald, the deep blue color of this type of gem can be called Aquamarine, the pink Morganite and so on until you finish the range of colors described above. After all, they end up being the same element but called in different ways to differentiate them from each other and worship their colors.


Morganita’s classifications are described as a pink Beryl and it belongs to a rare variety with a pinkish tonality, in addition to the quality of the gem it may be one of the best in the chain. This distinguished pink color is attributed to some chemical elements that only this mineral possesses and thanks to them it can be turn into this way.  The other shades basically vary these elements, but they still are the same components after all. From time to time to preserve the pinkish color, the piece should be heated to eliminate any unwanted yellowish tones that known as yellow patches or any other patch that you do not want to have at sight. Sometimes it is known that this mineral can be used in radiation sessions which are later safe for people who possess them and seek to improve the natural color.


This mineral is always found in the Ural Mountains and is then associated with tin and tungsten, among other elements belonging to the chemical periodic table. Countries such as Germany, Ireland, or Austria are the natural beneficiaries of having this wonderful natural jewel that can also be found on the island of Madagascar thanks to the great diversity of species and other biological elements that it has inside. The most resonant sources worldwide, one is in South America, specifically in the mines of Gerais, Brazil and the other is located in South Africa in the community of Transvaal. In the United States, the largest, most expensive and beautiful specimens have been taken from all over the world, being the largest beneficiaries not only because they have these minerals but also because they have large sizes and weights,

The ancient Druids were famous for knowing these stones and making amazing revelations and predictions, witnessing a future never seen by anyone, depending on the country and communities the functions of the stone vary, in Scotland the natives of this country called it the stone of power because the crystal balls used by the experts in these subjects were first made of beryl and then these specimens were removed and placed the rock crystal that caused other effects in people who went for their predictions. In the history it is recorded that the believers of the religious powers of this rock bought or obtained in some way a copy of these to then carry out a process of division to obtain very small pieces and then ingest them one by one.

It was believed that this mineral had powers that enabled those who consumed it to cure themselves of the evil that was attacking their bodies but without knowing that they would suffer worse consequences in the long run from ingesting small pieces of stone. Their application in jewelry is quite common and they tend to be very decorative and are a unique garment adding this natural element.