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HYALITE

Overview:Hyalite is a wonderful stone for scrying as its watery depths stimulate intuition, connect with the spiritual realms and access your life plan. In addition to carrying the generic properties of Opal, this stone is a mood stabilizer that enhances meditation experience. It aids those who are making the transition out of the body, teaching that the physical overcoat is a temporary vehicle for the soul and facilitating a tranquil passing.

Hyalite is a form of opal with a glassy and clear appearance which exhibits an internal play of colors and has natural inclusions. It is also called Muller's glass, water opal and jalite. Its Mohs hardness is 5.5 to 6 and it has a specific gravity of 2.1. It is an amorphous form of silica (SiO2). Its has a conchoidal fracture, a vitreous luster and a white streak. It is sometimes mistaken for resin opal, since they both look like little globs. It glows bright green under blacklight.

Physical Properties:

Hyalite

Hyalite Birthstone

Crystal System
Amorphous
Specific Gravity
2.1
Chemistry
SiO2, Hydrated silica
Hardness
5.5-6.5
Source
Australia, Brazil, USA, Tanzania, Iceland, Mexico, Peru, UK, Canada, Honduras, Slovakia
Chakra
Links base to crown, past life

Sign of Hyalite:Cancer

Color:Brown

Hyalite is a form of opal with a glassy and clear appearance which exhibits an internal play of colors and has natural inclusions. It is an amorphous form of silica. Its has a conchoidal fracture, a vitreous luster and a white streak. It is sometimes mistaken for resin opal, since they both look like little globs. It glows under blacklight bright green.

Usage:

Mood stabilizer, self-worth, strengthening the will to live, intuition, fear, loyalty, spontaneity, female hormones, menopause, Parkinson’s Disease, infections, Fevers, memory, purifying blood and kidneys, regulating insulin, childbirth, PMS, eyes, ears.

Legend:

The name Müller's glass for Hyalite is derived from the name of its discoverer, Franz-Joseph Müller von Reichenstein.

Occurrence:

Hyalite occurrence is found in Helena, Montana, United States, North America.