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Multi Fluorite Briolette Arrowhead Gemstone
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Gemstone: Multi Fluorite
Stone Width: 9mm-10mm Approx
Stone length: 10mm-18mm Approx
Multi Fluorite Briolette Arrowhead Gemstone Beads — Fluorite is a colorful mineral known for its powerful healing properties, vitality, and fascinating physical beauty. Fluorite derives its name from the fluorescent luminosity that emits ultraviolet light at certain angles and gives it a radiant and magical appearance. This mysterious crystal comes in various shades and colors and each one is as attractive as the other.
Fluorite is a stone that, with its spiritual detoxification abilities and tendency to convert negative energy into positive energy, improves the clarity of our minds and increases peace of mind.
Physically, fluorite can also bring us many therapeutic benefits. Fluorite crystal with active cleansing has the ability to cleanse and detoxify the body. The word “fluorite” is derived from the Latin word flux, which means “to flow”. The word refers to how fluorite changes color and combines with light, as well as how it releases stagnant energy and increases the flow of energy. Multi Fluorite Briolette Arrowhead Gemstone is a semi-precious stone.
Many people use fluorite as an antiviral stone that flushes harmful toxins and viruses out of the body. It can also be strategically placed at home for a strong and harmonious feng shui effect. Put a fluorite crystal next to your bed or table to constantly purify your energy and encourage love and appreciation in the home. Fluorite is not only detoxifying but also very beautiful and creates a great decoration. In 1852, George Gabriel Stokes discovered the ability of fluorite samples to produce a blue glow when illuminated by light, which he described as “beyond purple”. This phenomenon was named “fluorescence” after the mineral fluorite. The name is widely used in mineralogy, gemology, biology, optics, commercial lighting, and many other fields.
Some of the most important finds are in Argentina, Austria, Canada, China, Great Britain, France, Germany, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Namibia, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and the USA. Unique types of chlorophane fluorite are found in very limited quantities in the home of Amelia Court, Virginia. Franklin, New Jersey; Bluebird Mine in Arizona, USA; Gilgit, Pakistan; Mont Saint Helier, Quebec, Canada and in Nerchinsk in the Urals in Russia.