Whispering Woods - Crystal Grimoire

Section B -

Contents: Babingtonite, Barite, Bavenite, Beaverite, Benitoite, Bertrandite, Beryl, Berzeliite, Beudantite, Biotite, Bismuth, Bloedite, Bloodstone, Bolivarite, Bornite, Botryogen, Brandtite, Bravoite, Bronzite, Brookite, Bustamite, Butlerite



                                                                    Babingtonite

                                                                 (almost always black to dark green)

               Babingtonite is named for Dr. William Babbington (1757-1833), Irish physician
               and mineralogist.


Hardness: 5                     Specific Gravity: 3.3                    Chemistry: Ca 2 Fe 2 Si 5 O 14 OH, Calcium iron silicate                
Class: Silicates           Crystallography: Triclinic; bar 1            Cleavage: good in one direction and perfect in another       
Fracture: uneven to subconchoidal                      Streak: brown to gray                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Babingtonite is used to treat issues related to the thyroid. It is used to ameliorate distressed conditions related to the throat and heart and to enhance one's sense of taste.

Workings: Babingtonite is used during "re-birthing" sessions to enhance ones understanding of the blockages that are removed and the reason why they existed. It is also used to overcome shyness and rectify a negative outlook on life.
Babingtonite is associated with the astrological sign of Gemini amd vibrates to the Master number 55.

Chakra Applications: Babingtonite is used to energize the Heart chakra.

Foot Notes: Babingtonite is a calcium iron manganese inosilicate mineral. Babingtonite is the only black mineral found with the typically white or pale colored zeolites. It is found as small, dark, lustrous crystals on light-colored zeolites, creating specimens of strong contrast. Babingtonite is found in cavities and crevices in granite, and pegmatites and with zeolites in altered basalts.
It is the official mineral of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.


                                                                        Barite   

                                                  (Colorless or white, also blue, green, yellow and red shades)

                                                    Barite, is derived from the Greek word "barus" (heavy).


Hardness: 3 - 3.5             Specific Gravity: 4.5                   Chemistry: Barium Sulfate BaSO4                         

Class: Sulfates                  Crystallography: Orthorhombic              Cleavage: perfect     

Fracture: uneven                Streak: white               Luster: vitreous


Healings: Barite is used to remove toxins from the body. It is also used to treat addiction and to enhance one's vision.

Workings: Use in in rituals and spells designed to clear obstacles in one's life path. Barite is an excellent stone for use in the healing of the earth.
Barite is associated with the astrological sign of Aquarius and vibrates to the number 1.

Chakra Applications: Barite is used to cleanse and stimulate the Throat Chakra. This allows for open communication of ones emotional feelings.

Foot Notes: Barite is commonly found as a gangue mineral in metallic ore deposits of epithermal or mesothermal origin; but it may also be found as lenses or replacement deposits in sedimentary rocks, both of hypogene and supergene origin. Barite often replaces other minerals, and may even replace organic materials such as wood, shells, and fossils. Barite is the main ore of barium. Barite is found in  Australia, Belgium, England, Morocco and in the Sahara Desert in Africa.
In the U.S., Barite is found in Weld Co., Colorado; Hardin Co., Illinois; Nye Co., Nevada; Alpine Co., California; Los Angeles Co., California; Lake Co., Colorado;  Mead Co., South Dakota; and Cleveland Co., Oklahoma.


                                                                         Bavenite           

                                                                             (White, green, pink, brown)

                                      Bavenite is named after the type locality of Baveno, Piedmont, Italy.


Hardness: 5.5                   Specific Gravity: 2.7              Chemistry: Ca4Be2Al2Si9O26(OH)2                

Class: Silicates                 Crystallography: Orthorhombic                  Cleavage: perfect        

Fracture: uneven                      Streak: white                     Luster: vitreous - pearly


Healing: Bavenite is used to treat disorders of speech, hearing, sight, smell and touch.

Workings: Bavenite is used to provide incentive to grow spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually. It is used to enhance one's self image.
Bavenite is associated with the astrological sign of Libra and vibrates to the Master numbr 33.

Chakra Applications: Bavenite is associated with the Throat chakra.

Foot Notes: Bavenite is a rare silicate that forms radial crystals in shades of white. It is found in beryllium-rich granite pegmatites.


                                                                        Beaverite
                                                                                      
                                                                                            (Yellow)

                                                    Beaverite is named for For Beaver County, Utah, USA.


Hardness: 3.5 - 4.5           Specific Gravity: 4.36              Chemistry: Pb(Fe3+,Cu)3(SO4)2(OH)6               

Class: Anhydrous Sulfates             Crystallography: Trigonal         Cleavage:        

Fracture: none                      Streak: light yellow                      Luster: vitreous


Healing: Beaverite is used as an elixir for the hair and skin. It is also used to treat mental imbalances and to alleviate fatty deposits.

Workings: Beaverite is worn to develop intellectual prowess. Wear beaverite when needing to make insightful decisions. It is also a stone of protection.
Beaverite is associated with the astrological sign of Libra and vibrates to the number 6.

Chakra Applications: unknown

Foot Notes: Beaverite is a rare sulfate. It is a rare secondary mineral found in the oxidized zone over lead-bearing deposits.


                                                                     Benitoite
                       
                                                                    (Blue, colorless and yellowish)


             Benitoite is named for its occurrence near the headwaters of the San Benito River in
             San Benito County, California.

Hardness: 6 - 6.5         Specific Gravity: 3.6         Chemistry: BaTiSi3O9, Barium Titanium Silicate                

Class: Silicates                 Crystallography: Hexagonal; bar 6 m 2            Cleavage: poor       

Fracture: irregular                      Streak: white                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Benitoite is used to treat disorders of the blood and to ameliorate excessive bleeding. It is also used to expedite the healing process.

Workings: Benitoite is used for astral traveling and connecting with other-world beings. Benitoit is worn to enhance feelings of emotional sensitivity, empathy and understanding. It aids in instances of telepathy. Benitoite is used to help one overcome one's fear of water. 
Benitoite is associated with the astrological sign of Virgo and vibrates to the number 9.

Chakra Applications: Benitoite is associated with all of the chakras.

Foot Notes: Benitoite is a rare blue barium titanium silicate mineral, found in hydrothermally altered serpentinite. Benitoite is thought to have been derived during a phase of low temperature and high-pressure metamorphism which relates to a blueschist metamorphic facies. The elements that comprise benitoite are thought to have been mobilized from the host rock and deposited in a late stage cooling of hydrothermal fluids in veins fracturing the wall rock of serpentine.


                                                                           Bertrandite
                                                                 
                                                                                   (Colourless, pale yellow)

                            Bertrandite is named after French mineralogist, Emile Bertrand (1844-1909).


Hardness: 6 -7                  Specific Gravity: 3.3 - 3.5         

Chemistry: Be4Si2O7(OH)2, Beryllium Silicate Hydroxide                

Class: Silicates                Crystallography: Orthorhombic             Cleavage: perfect       

Fracture: uneven                      Streak: white to gray                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Bertrandite is used to treat obesity and stomach disorders. It is also used to strengthen the bones of the legs.

Workings: Bertrandite is a good stone to have about when conducting and running a business. It is also an excellent stone for psychic communication and for the interpretation of information so received. Bertrandite is used to assist with changes and provide a smooth transition.
Bertrandite is associated with the astrological sign of Aquarius and vibrates to the number 8.

Chakra Applications: Bertrandite opens the heart to giving unconditional love while stimulating the sacral charka to receive unconditional love.

Foot Notes: Bertrandite is one of the more important ores of beryllium, second only to beryl. Bertrandite is a beryllium sorosilicate hydroxide mineral. At times bertrandite is found growing on beryl crystals and at other times bertrandite has completely replaced the beryl crystals forming a pseudomorph.
Bertrandite is one of the few known sources of the element Beryllium. Bertrandite is also known as Tiffany Stone.


                                                                          Beryl

                                                                     (Green, blue, yellow, colorless, pink, red)

                                                The name beryl is derived from the Greek "beryllos" which referred to a
                                                "precious blue-green color-of-sea-water stone.


Hardness: 7.5 - 8               Specific Gravity: 2.76                     Chemistry: Be3Al2Si6O18 Beryllium Aluminum Silicate

Class: Silicates                Crystallography: Hexagonal              Cleavage: imperfect        

Fracture: conchoidal                      Streak: white                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Beryl has many healing abilities according to the color of beryl used:

Goshenite - is used to treat disorders and injuries with regard to the legs, specifically the leg muscles.  It is also quite helpful in assisting to remedy dust allergies.

Aquamarine - is used to help reduce one's dependence on drugs, and to help eliminate fluid retention by strengthening the kidneys, liver, spleen and thyroid, thus purifying the general body.

Emerald - is used to treat conditions of the eyes. It is also used to treat backaches.

Heliodor - is used to remove physical toxins from ones liver and skin. 

Morganite - is used for healing a wide range of ailments related to the heart and throat; such as emphysema, tuberculosis, heart disease, lungs, oxygenation and throat issues. It is beneficial in treating all respiratory ailments and to increase the supply of oxygen to the cells.

Red Beryl - is used to treat bladder ailments and kidney stones by dipping beryl into water and then giving the water to the patient to drink.
 

Workings: Beryl originates from Mesopatamia and was worshiped as a magic stone by the ancient Hebrews, as it was believed to strengthen ones belief in God.
Beryl has various metaphysical and astrological associations which are assigned according to its color:

Goshenite - Goshenite is used to promote practical wisdom, intellectual curiosity as well as thoughtful, and carefully thought out decisions. It will help you see a situation from all sides, breaking down stubbornness and rigidity. It is a stone of truthfulness that encourages truth in all actions. Goshenite is associated with the astrological sign of Libra and vibrates to the number 3.
Aquamarine - Aquamarine is used to open up one's psychic abilities. It also enables one to be sensitive to the thoughts and vibrations of other people. Aquamarine is associated with the astrological signs of Gemini, Pisces and Aries. It vibrates to the number 1.
Emerald is a stone of love and romance. It brings and enhances joy, cleansing, clairvoyance, memory, and faith. It also benefits intuition and communication, and promotes truthfulness. It is associated with the astrological signs of Taurus, Gemini and Aries and vibrates to the number 4.
Red Beryl is used by intuitives and mystics to bring harmony to relationships and enhance compatibility. It is also used to strengthen creativity energy. Red Beryl is associated with the astrological signs of Taurus and Aries and vibrates to the number 8.
Morganite is known both as an Angel stone and a Heart stone. It can bring love to one's live or rekindle old love.  As an angel stone, it is known to help with communicating with angels.  It can also balance emotions and ease the pain of separation. Morganite is associated with the astrological sign of Libra and vibrates to the number 3.
 
Chakra Applications: Emerald is associated with the heart chakra. Heliodor is beneficial for the Solar Plexus and Brow chakras. Morganite is associated with the Heart chakra. Red beryl (Bixbite) is associated with the Sacral and Heart chakras. Aquamarine is associated with the Solar Plexus and Throat chakras. Heliodor is associated with the Sacral and Heart chakras.

Foot Notes: The mineral beryl is a beryllium aluminium cyclosilicate. It is a single mineral with many varieties that are distinguished by their color. Beryl is colorless in pure form; it is the many different impurities that give beryl its varied coloration.
Emerald is the green variety of beryl.
Aquamarine is the blue variety of beryl.
Heliodor is the greenish-yellow variety.
Morganite is the pink variety.
Goshenite is the colorless variety.
The name beryl is used for the red and golden varieties.
During the time of Nero, white or clear beryl was found on the Island of Elba and it was often cut to create eyeglasses.


                                                                   Berzeliite

                                                                      (Orange, Sulfur yellow)

                Berzeliite was named for Jöns Jakob Berzelius, Swedish chemist (1779-1848).

Hardness: 4.5 - 5                     Specific Gravity: 4.08                   

Chemistry: (Ca,Na)3(Mg,Mn)2(AsO4)3                  

Class: Phosphates                   Crystallography: Isometric                    Cleavage: none       

Fracture: conchoidal                Streak: white to yellow-orange                     Luster: resinous


Healing: Berzeliite is used to treat disorders of the stomach. It is also used to assimilate the intake of vitamin A and E.

Workings: Berzeliite is worn to stabilize the emotions.
Berzeliite is associated with the astrological sign of Gemini and vibrates to the number 3.

Chakra Applications: Berzeliite opens and energizes the Naval and Solar Plexus chakras.

Foot Notes: Berzeliite is a rare arsenate. It is a rare trapezohedra with small modifying faces. Berzeliite is most commonly found occuring in metamorphosed Fe-Mn orebodies. It is also usually found at its type of locality at Sweden, found at Langban and Nordmark, Varmland, and in the Sjo mine, near Grythyttan, Orebro.


                                                                   Beudantite

                                                          (Brown, green, yellow, dark green, orange)

                               Beudantite is named after the French mineralogist, F. S. Beudant (1787-1850).

Hardness: 4                     Specific Gravity: 4.19                    

Chemistry: PbFe+++3(AsO4)(SO4)(OH)6 Lead Iron Arsenate Sulfate Hydroxide             

Class: Compound Phosphates                Crystallography: Trigonal              Cleavage: perfect       

Fracture: brittle                       Streak: greenish yellow                      Luster: adamantine


Healing: Beudantite is used to treat disorders of the heart and stomach. It also dispels toxins from the body and eases aches and pains.

Workings: Beudantite is worn to alleviate bouts of depression.
Beudantite is associated with the astrological sign of Taurus and vibrates to the number 2.

Chakra Applications: none

Foot Notes: Beudandite is a secondary mineral occurring in the oxidized zones of polymetallic deposits. Beudantite belongs to the Subgroup of the Alunite Group. Itis found in a large variety of different habits, such as tabular, acute rhombohedral, pseudo-cubic and pseudo-cuboctahedral.


                                                                Biotite
                                                        
                                                              (Black to greenish-black)

                Biotite was n amed in 1847 CE after the French physicist, Jean Baptiste Biot
                (1774 - 1862), who studied the optical properties of the micas.


Hardness: 5 -6                     Specific Gravity: 3.2 - 3.5                   

Chemistry:  K (Fe, Mg)3 AlSi3 O10 (F, OH)2, Potassium iron magnesium aluminum silicate hydroxide fluoride                
Class: Silicate                Crystallography: Monoclinic; 2/m                  Cleavage: perfect in one direction        

Fracture: uneven                   Streak: white                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Biotite is used in diagnosing disorders associated with disorganized cellular patterns.  It can also be used in the treatment of the eyes, to release and shrink growths, and to regulate the secretion of bile. It is helpful in the treatment of stress related disorders such as insomnia, depression, and melancholy.

Workings: Biotite is said to enhance one's perception, allowing one to more clearly understand what is really happening in any situation.
Biotite is associated with the astrological sign of Scorpio and vibrates to the number 8.

Chakra Applications: Biotite increases the visions of theThird Eye chakra. It also opens the Crown chakra. They are particularly relaxing when placed on the navel chakra and the third eye. 

Foot Notes: Biotite belongs to the mica group. It is a ferro-magnesian mineral that is black and shiny with basal cleavage. Biotite is a sheet silicate. Biotite is a common rock forming mineral, being present in some amount, in most igneous and both regional and contact metamorphic rocks. 


                                                                Bismuth

                (Reddish-white to creamy-white; tarnishes iridescent pinkish, yellowish or bluish)



Hardness: 2 - 2.5             Specific Gravity: 9.8                    Chemistry: Bi
                

Class: Elements                Crystallography: Trigonal          Cleavage:        

Fracture: none                      Streak: Silver-white                     Luster: metallic


Healing: Bismuth is used to alleviate fevers and to allay catatonic states.

Workings: Bismuth relieves symptoms of isolation, both spiritually and emotionally. As a stone of transformation, it creates calms and helps one to make positive changes in their life. Bismuth is an excellent stone to use for astral projection.
Bismuth is associated with the astrological sign of Aquarius and vibrates to the number 2.

Chakra Applications: Bismuth is used to energize the Base and Crown chakras. Bismuth is effective with all of the chakras due to its array of colors.

Foot Notes: Bismuth is the most naturally diamagnetic of all metals, and only mercury has a lower thermal conductivity.
Bismuth was first shown to be a distinct element in 1753 by Claude Geoffroy the Younger. Pure bismuth is a white, brittle metal with a slight pink color. Bismuth is rarely found in nature in its elemental form.


                                                                      Bloedite

                                                                  (Colorless, Green, Yellow, Red)

                                Bloedite is named for Carl August Bloede (1773-1820), German chemist.


Hardness: 3              Specific Gravity: 2.23                    

Chemistry: Na2Mg(SO4)2•4(H2O) Hydrated Sodium Magnesium Sulfate               

Class: Hydrated Acid and Sulfates              Crystallography: Monoclinic            Cleavage: none        

Fracture: none                      Streak: white                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Bloedite is used to ameliorate chills, fever and water retention. It is also used to alleviate painful swelling of the muscles. Bloedite is also used to rid oneself of parasites. 

Workings: Bloedite is an excellent stone to use for meditation. When worn it is used to enhance one's intuition.
Bloedite is associated with the astrological sign of Cancer and vibrates to the number 9.

Chakra Applications: none

Foot Notes: Bloedite is a hydrated sodium magnesium sulfate mineral. Bloedite may form a colorless to gray or blue-green crystal.


                                                                       Bloodstone

                                                                              (Green with red splotches)

                     Bloodstone derives its name from the Greek word "Heliotrope" meaning sun and turning.


Hardness: 6 1/2 to 7                     Specific Gravity: 2.58 to 2.64               Chemistry: SiO2                   

Class: chalcedony               Crystallography: Trigonal               Cleavage: none                        

Fracture: Conchoidal                         Streak: White                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: In ancient times, bloodstone was thought to be able to stop hemorrhages with the merest touch. Bloodstone relieves stomach and bowel pain. It strengthens blood purifying organs and improves blood circulation. Bloodstone has a positive influence on the bladder. Bloodstone soothes the mind, and aids in relieving depression.

Workings: Use Bloodstone in protection and prosperity spells. Bloodstone has been found to increase the effectiveness of spells. Bloodstone is used to help one become more knowledgeable in the ways of the world. Its element is Fire. Its energy is projective and it is ruled by the planet Mars.
Bloodstone is associated with the astrological signs of Aries, Pisces and Libra and vibrates to the numbers 4 and 6.

Chakra Applications: Used for centering and grounding the Heart chakra.

Foot Notes:  In the Middle Ages, bloodstone was attributed special powers as the spots were thought to be the blood of Jesus Christ. It was used in sculptures representing flagellation and martyrdom. Bloodstone Known as "the stone of the warrior."
Bloodstone is dark-green variety of the silica mineral chalcedony that has nodules of bright-red jasper distributed throughout its mass. It is composed primarily of silicon dioxide. Bloodstone is found in Australia, Brazil, China, India, Kathiawar Peninsula and Wyoming, USA.
Bloodstone along with aquamarine are traditional birthstones of Pisces.


Bolivarite


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Bornite

(Brown to black with a purplish-bluish tarnish, with a reddish bronze color on freshly broken surfaces.)

Bornite, is named after the mineralogist Von Born, an Austrian mineralogist.


Hardness: 3                     Specific Gravity: 4.9 - 5.3                       Chemistry: Cu5FeS4  Copper Iron Sulfide                 

Class: Sulfides              Crystallography: isometric            Cleavage: poor, octahedral.       

Fracture: conchoidal              Streak: gray black              Luster: metallic.


Healing: Also known as Peacock Rock, is a stone for joy and happiness. It helps in situations where something needs letting go of, especially if it will then increase your ability to enjoy life. Helps to release negative energy. Known as an healing stone. Bornite is sometimes used as an elixir to eliminate undesired energies from the body.

Workings: Bornite is used in tranquility spells. Astrological sign of Cancer. It vibrates to the numbers 2 and 4.

Chakra Applications: Bornite is used to activate the chakras.

Foot Notes: Bornite is a valuable ore of copper, containing copper, iron, and sulphur. It is a widely occurring mineral found in basic rocks and metamorphic deposits. Good crystals are rare and thus bornite is commonly known as simply a massive mineral ore. It is found in Bristol, Connecticut, Butte, Montana, Plumas Co., Colorado and Superior, Arizona, USA. As well as in Cornwall, England; Rhineland, Germany; Tsumeb, Namibia; South Africa; Morocco; Bolivia; Chile; Peru and Mexico.


                                                                     Botryogen

                                                                       (Light to dark orange-red)

                       The name Botryogen is from the Greek, "botrys" (grape) and "genos" (to yield).

Hardness: 2 - 2.5              Specific Gravity:                     Chemistry: MgFe3+(SO4)2(OH)•7(H2O)                 

Class: Hydrated Sulfates                 Crystallography: Monoclinic              Cleavage: perfect       

Fracture: conchoidal                     Streak: Ocher-yellow                Luster: vitreous


Healing: Botryogen is used to alleviate mental instability. It is also used to stimulate circulation and to cleanse the intestines. Botryogen is also used in the birthing process and for the rectification of digestive disorders.

Workings: Botryogen is used to create a sense of tranquility and calm in one's environment. Botrygen is used to enhance creativity and intuition and can provide insight to the thoughts and issues related to desires and sexuality.
Botryogen is associated with the astrological sign of Taurus and vibrates to the number 4.

Chakra Applications: Botryogen is used to activate and energize the Sacral chakra.

Foot Notes: Botryogen is a hydrous magnesium sulfate mineral. It was first described in 1828 CE for an occurrence in the Falu mine of Falun, Dalarna, Sweden.



                                                                   Brandtite

                                                                             (Colorless, white)

                                      Brandtite is named for Georg Brandt (1694-1768), Swedish chemist.

Hardness: 3.5                     Specific Gravity: 3.67                    Chemistry: Ca2(Mn 2+,Mg)(AsO4)2·2H2O
               
Class: Hydrated Phosphates                Crystallography: Monoclinic                        Cleavage: perfect       

Fracture: uneven                    Streak: white                     Luster: vitreous


Healing: Brandtite is used to treat issues of the liver and to assist in the removal of skin growths and age spots. It is also used to treat inflammation of the brain.

Workings: Brandtite is used to connect with other-worldly beings.
Brandtite is associated with the astrological sign of Sagittarius and vibrates to the number 3.

Chakra Applications: Brandtite is associated with the Crown chakra.

Foot Notes: Brandtite is a calcium manganese arsenate hydrate mineral. It occurs in elongate prismatic crystals; some are lath-like. Brandtite is commonly colorless, but may be light brown or light yellow; as it is easily stained.


                                                                           Bravoite

                                                                                             (Steel gray)

                             Bravoite is named after the Peruvian scientist, Jose J. Bravo (1874-1928).


Hardness: 6.5                     Specific Gravity: 5.01                     Chemistry: (Fe,Ni,Co)S2                 

Class: Sulfide                Crystallography: Isometric                   Cleavage: none        

Fracture: conchoidal                      Streak: black                     Luster: metallic


Healing: Bravoite is used to treat wound, cuts and bruises. It is also used to rectify speech impediments and to remove blockages in the veins. 

Workings: Bravoite is used to stimulate physical and intellectual prowess. It also enhances one's sense of courage. Bravoite is a good stone for musicians to carry for it stimulates creativity. 
Bravoite is associated with the astrological sign of Leo and vibrates to the number 2.

Chakra Applications: Bravoite is associated with Solar Plexus andThird Eye chakras.

Foot Notes: Bravoite is a nickeloan variety of pyrite. It is a yellow sulfide ore of nickel containing iron.


                                                                           Bronzite

                                                           (White, colorless, gray, light brown or pale green)

                                                                                Name origin is unknown.

Hardness: 5 - 6                      Specific Gravity: 3.2                    Chemistry: (Mg,Fe)SiO3                 

Class: Silicates                         Crystallography:                  Cleavage: perfect in two directions at nearly 90 degrees       

Fracture: conchoidal                 Streak: white                     Luster: metallic


Healing: Bronzite is used to treat for ailments related to easing muscular tension. It is also used in the assimilation of iron. Bronzite is used in the treatment of cysts and skin disorders such as rashes, pimples, eczema as well as premature aging and skin dehydration. And it is used to balance the alkalinity and acidity in the body.
An elixir made out of this stone has beneficial effect on breathing problems, sciatic, spasms, and provides the brain with oxygen.

Workings: Bronzite is called both a "Stone of Focused Action" and a "Stone of Courtesy". It is used to enhance a sense certainty and with taking control of our actions. It can also help one to think ahead, enhancing the ability to take control of our own lives. Bronzite is an excellent stone of protection and grounding. 
Bronzite is associated with the astrological sign of Leo and vibrates to the number 1.

Chakra Applications: bronzite is associated with the Solar Plexus chakra.

Foot Notes: Bronzite is a member of the orthopyroxene group of minerals, belonging with enstatite and hypersthene to the orthorhombic series of the group. It is found in metamorphic and some igneous rocks as well as in stony and iron meteorites. Bronzite can be found in India, China, Brazil, and Russia.


Brookite


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Bustamite


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Butlerite


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