This is a little cluster of crystalline red beryl (aka “red emerald” or bixbite), 4.54 grams and 0.7” by 0.6” by 0.5” (from Wild Horse Springs, Utah. She is an amazing little grouping of hexagonal barrels and the color is a luscious frosty raspberry red. She has nicely glyphed terminations (with a few teeny stargazer students) and sides, although you will need a loupe to see them well … plus little insets of albite. Red is the rarest form of beryl, found in the Wah Wah Mountains in Utah, and it’s considered the rarest gem on earth. And they are always tiny – the largest ever recovered was only about two times larger than this one. She is in excellent condition and a real cutie!
This is a new crystal for me and I was really amazed at the energies. Beryl has many forms – if pink, it’s called morganite; if yellow, heliotrope; if blue, aquamarine; if green, emerald. The energies are very mutable and you really are dealing with a Spirit hosting a variety of vibrational levels. This one is a power-packed heart healer. I find that if you place her in a medicine pouch that can be worn around the neck so that it hangs near the heart, she will help you deal with loss, dread and fear. Much of what we express, or rather don’t, from our heart is a measure of the degree to which we have harnessed these issues. She helps you to understand the cycle of life so that fear dissolves and acceptance ensues. She is wondrous used by one who just can’t seem to let go of loss – a death or a broken relationship. Her special energies are gentle and loving and assist in the true healing of the heart. She is a Spirit of sacred understanding and critical to the Light Worker and Healer.
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Rare and Glorious DT Red Beryl (Bixbite) Cluster
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