Blue aventurine

ETYMOLOGYIt comes from the Italian venture, which means "random". It is an allusion to the chance discovery of a synthetic crystal aventurine.
PRINCIPLE OF FORMATION: Primary, secondary, tertiary.
MINERAL CLASS: Oxide, quartz group.
HARDNESS: 7 on the Mohs scale.
FIELDSBrazil, India, Austria (Steiermark) Russia (Urals, Siberia) and Tanzania.

MINERALOGY: It grows in magmatitas (Magma = mass of molten rock) sediments and crystalline slates. Rock of metamorphic origin of fine-grained, dark colored laminated structure. It is characterized by the presence of certain inclusions. which they give their color (in this case yellow) and cause a whiteout known as aventurinado special effect. (Inclusions of mica or hematite plates. Small to move the stone glows occur).


MYTHOLOGY: The adventure is known by this name since the seventeenth century by the Italian expression "a ventura" (random), which relates to the discovery by chance of synthesis or goldstone aventurine, artificial stone aventurina very similar to then.


PROPERTIES: It is said that yellow Aventurine helps us to find inner peace and achieve mental silence. It helps eliminate fear and apprehension. It promotes prosperity and harmony in the home and is very helpful in relieving emotional and sentimental problems between the couple. The yellow and gold minerals and optimistic exert a stimulatory effect, bring luck, carelessness and vigor. We are aware of our needs and desires and helps to reject the damages. The yellow and gold minerals help overcome depression and bring awareness of self, confidence and think about the own success. It also brings good luck in the game and love.


CHAKRAS: Solar Plexus.


USES: Jewellery, decoration, meditation, collection, aquarium decoration, building facades of buildings.

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