Berils (Beryl, Берилл)

The name beryl comes from India and has always been associated with the gemstone. Beryl is praised for its transparency, high hardness, and beautiful colours with wide range of tones and shades.

Several colour varieties of beryl are used as gemstones. Deep green beryls are called emeralds, greenish blue to pure blue - aquamarine, pale, almost colourless - goshenite, light yellow-green to golden-yellow - heliodor, rose and pink beryl is morganite, red variety is bixbite. Maxixe-type beryl is characterized by a bright blue colour which fades in the sunlight.

The crystals are prismatic, they may be very large, even gigantic and in pegmatites may reach lengths of 2 to 3 m and widths of 0.5 to 1 m.

Beryl Treatments

Colourless, yellow-green, and pale beryls can be transformed into blue and dark blue aquamarines and bright blue maxixe-type beryls by heat treatment or irradiation by X-rays, gamma-rays, electrons, and by combining heat treatment and irradiation. - E.Ya. Kievlenko, Geology of gems, 2003, p. 72

Synthetic Beryl

Beryl can be synthesized by such methods as: flux-fusion process (fluxing), hydrothermal process, gas transport reaction, and others. Mostly emerald is produced for commercial jewellery purposes. Synthesis of aquamarine and other gem varieties is considered commercially unprofitable (it is technically easier and cheaper to imitate them with synthetic corundum).

A synthetic material, beryllium indialite, which is a structural analogue of beryl, and glasses of the same composition, which are easily synthesized, are promising for use as raw cutting material. - E.Ya. Kievlenko, Geology of gems, 2003, p. 72 [37]

Heliodor is the greenish-yellow, yellow-green to brown variety of Golden Beryl. Heliodor crystals can help recharge healers who are finding themselves feeling emotionally overtaxed or feeling burned out. Healers can use Heliodor to bring in the golden light of love and healing through the Crown, filling the body with this vibrant, golden energy. Use Heliodor with the Solar Plexus chakra to boost your willpower and determination as well as gain an increased sense of vitality through the day. Think of it like the sun coming out on a dreary winter day.

Beryl in general is a wonderful tool to keep close, as it helps to protect against any negative outside influences or manipulations. Beryl can help to release old emotional baggage that no longer serves, and can assist in the removal of stress and chaos.

Physically, Heliodor can assist with problems associated with the pancreas, liver and spleen. It may also help to ease the stiffness in hands and feet caused by either cold weather or lack of circulation. [4]

VarietāteAkvamarīns[2], Gošenīts[5], Hrizoberils[2], Morganīts[5], Sarkanais berils[30], Smaragds[2], Zeltītais berils[2][37]
SaderHrizoprazs[17], Kalnu kristāls[17], Labradorīts[17], Mēnessakmens[17], Opāls[17], Pērles[17], Zilais safīrs[17], Akvamarīns[17], Ametists[17]
NeitrālsHeliotrops[17], Lazurīts[17], Obsidiāns[17], Rubīns[17], Serdoliks[17], Tirkīzs[17]
Šaubīgii nesaderMelnais ahāts[17]
NesaderHalcedons[17], Malahīts [17]
Galīgi nesaderGranāts[17], Hematīts[17], Jašma[17], Karneols[17]
Krāsa Zila[30][37], Zilgana[35], Dzelteni zaļa[37], Zaļa[30][37], Zaļgana[35], Sarkana[37], Rozā[35][30][37], Dzeltena[30][37], Dzeltenīga[35], Bezkrāsaina[35][30][37], Balta[30]
Spīdums Stikla[35][30][37][58], Stiklains[30], Taukains[30], Vaska[30]
Caurspīdīgums Caurspīdīgs[35], Caurspīdīgs lidz puscaurspīdīgs[2][37], Duļķains[35]
Cietība 7,5 - 8[56][30][58]
Čakra 1. saknes Muladhara[2], 3. saules pinuma Manipuru[7][58], 4. sirds (Heart) Anahata[7][58], 5. kakla (Throat) Višudhu[2]
Vibrācija 1[3]
Zodiaks Skorpions (Scorpio)[58], Dvīņi (Gemini)[58]
Enerģija Uzņēmīgā Iņ (uzņem enerģiju)[7][58]
Kaites Zarnu trakts[33], Vielmaiņa[58], Saaukstēšanās[58], Smadzenes[33], Plaušas[33], Nieres[33], Muguras sāpes[58], Mugurkauls[33], Kakls[33], Kuņģis[33], Iesnas[58], Galvassāpes[9], Ginekoloģiskas saslimšanas[58], Caureja[18], Acis[33], Aknas[33], Asiņojošas smaganas[9], Saules apdegumi[9]
Minerālu klase Silikātu minerāls, ciklosilikāts[2]
Ķīmiskā formula Be3Al2(SiO3)6, berila alumīnija silikāts[58][2]
Blīvums (g/cm3) 2,6 - 2,9[58][30][37]
Atradnes Afganistāna[37], ASV[14][37][56], Austrālija[37][56], Austrija[2][37], Birma[37], Brazīlija[56][14][37], Bulgārija[37], Čehija[2], Dienvidāfrika[14][37], Ēģipte[37], Grenlande[56], Indija[56][37], Itālija[37], Kanāda[37], Kazahstāna[37][56], Kenija[37], Ķīna[37], Kolumbija[37][56], Krievija-Austrumsibīrija[37][56], Krievija-Rietumsibīrija[56], Krievija-Urāli[37][56], Madagaskara[37][14][56], Mozambika[37][14][56], Namībija[37][14][56], Nepāla[37], Nigērija[37], Norvēģija[37], Pakistāna[37], Peru[37], Polija[2], Slovakija[2], Somālija[37], Somija[2][37], Spānija[37], Šrilanka[14][37], Tadžikistāna[37], Tanzānija[37], Ukraina[56][37], Ungārija[2], Vācija[2], Vjetnama[37], Zambija[37], Zimbabve[56][37], Zviedrija[2]
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