• Beryllonite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beryllonite Beryllonite is a rare sodium beryllium phosphate mineral with formula NaBePO 4.The tabular to prismatic monoclinic crystals vary from colorless to white or pale yellowish, and are transparent with a vitreous luster.
  • Beryllonite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-644.html Paragenesis and origin of secondary beryllophosphates: beryllonite and hydroxylherderite from the BEP granitic pegmatite, southeastern Manitoba, Canada. The Canadian ...
  • Beryllonite Meaning & Use: High Vibration Crystal Aids ...

    www.healing-crystals-for-you.com/beryllonite.html Beryllonite has a very high frequency that strongly resonates at the crown chakra to bring extraordinary Spiritual Light into your being. This is a high vibration crystal with a strong level of crystal energy, that has a wonderful vibration that may assist you to release fear that may be creating a dark cloud over your life.
  • Beryllonite Value, Price, and Jewelry Information - Gem ...

    www.gemsociety.org/article/beryllonite-jewelry-gem-information Beryllonite Difficult to facet and typically colorless, beryllonite is a rare collector’s gem. Some specimens can show a striking cat’s eye.
  • Beryllonite | Gem5.com

    gem5.com/stone/19/beryllonite Beryllonite is a clear gem/mineral that gets its name from its high content of beryllium. There are very few gem quality pieces that have been produced. Beryllonite can be found in Pakistan, Brazil, Finland, and Maine.
  • Beryllonite | Definition of Beryllonite at Dictionary.com

    www.dictionary.com/browse/beryllonite Beryllonite definition, a mineral, sodium beryllium phosphate, NaBePO4, occurring in colorless or light-yellow crystals, sometimes used as a gemstone. See more.
  • Beryllonite | Article about beryllonite by The Free Dictionary

    encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/beryllonite A greater surprise from the Telirio mine (or prospect, or ragged hole in the ground, or whatever it is) are some thumbnail-sized cyclic twins of beryllonite. Like beryllonite from elsewhere, these are not pretty, being milky grayish white and translucent, with wavy faces and a pearly luster.
  • BERYLLONITE (Sodium Beryllium Phosphate)

    www.galleries.com/Beryllonite Beryllonite is a rare beryllium mineral. It is found at only a few places around the world. It can be cut as gems, but lacks the color, fire, and hardness necessary to be a popular gemstone. The first and some of the best specimens of beryllonite have come from McKean Mt., Stoneham, Maine.
  • Beryllonite - Spiritual Light - Consciousness Opening ...

    www.soulfulcrystals.co.uk/beryllonite Beryllonite is a form of sodium beryllium phosphate, mainly colourless or white but can also be pale yellow. It is fairly rare. Certain crystals grow in association with it such as Blue Tourmaline. The frequency of Beryllonite connects to the heart, third eye and crown chakras.
  • A to Z Listing of Minerals - Mineralogy Database

    www.webmineral.com/data/beryllonite.shtml Short-cut icons Legend; B: Valid Species (Bold) - All Minerals that are IMA approved or were considered valid prior to 1959 are in bold type. Pronunciation Icon - Sound file Courtesy Photo Atlas of Minerals. Mineral Image Icon - Mineral image is present for this mineral.