Lilly Barrack 14k Yellow Gold .925 Moroxite Blue Apatite Biwa Pearl 7 1/2
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Lilly Barrack 14k Yellow Gold .925 Moroxite Blue Apatite Biwa Pearl 7 1/2:
Biwa pearlsare, unusually shaped cultured pearls from the freshwater mussels of Lake Biwa in JapanMeaning and Uses of Blue ApatiteApatite is a dual-action stone, known for its positive use of personal power to achieve goals. It clears away confusion, apathy or negativity, then, stimulates the intellect to expand knowledge and truth, which may be used for personal growth or for the collective good. It is a Stone of Manifestation, promoting a humanitarian outlook and service to others.Blue Apatite may be light, bright, or dark blue, sometimes within the same crystal.[Eason, 230]The name Apatite is derived from a Greek word meaning "to deceive" because the variety of colors and formations in which this stone occurs makes it easy to mistake for other minerals. It may be yellow, blue, green, brown, gray or colorless, but the Apatite stones used for metaphysical purposes are primarily higher-quality crystal pieces in blue, green and goldApatite is also the stone associated with animal conservation, because it is composed of the mineral phosphate that makes up the teeth and bones of all vertebrate animals, as well as their horns, antlers or tusks
Apetite of Blue is tends to have earth elements (creation)Rare earthelementsare set of 17 elements which are composites attributing earth'screationRare earthelementsare rare earth where the first rare earth ore was alloysfor aerospace components, additive inmetal-halide lampsandmercury-vapor lamps,radioactive tracing agent in oil refineries39YYttriumafter the village ofYtterby, Sweden, where the first rare earth ore was discovered.Yttrium aluminium garnet(YAG) laser, yttrium vanadate (YVO4) as host for europium in TV red superconductors,Yttria-stabilized zirconia(YSZ),yttrium iron light bulbs,spark plugs, gas mantles, additive to steel57LaLanthanumfrom the Greek "lanthanein", meaningto be hidden.Highrefractive indexand alkali-resistant glass, flint, hydrogen storage, catalytic crackingcatalyst for oil refineries58CeCeriumafter the dwarf planetCeres, named after the Roman goddess of agriculture.Chemicaloxidizing agent, polishing powder, yellow colors in glass and ceramics, catalyst forself-cleaning ovens,fluid catalytic crackingcatalyst for oil for lighters59PrPraseodymiumfrom the Greek "prasios", meaningleek-green, and "didymos", meaningtwin.Rare-earth magnets,lasers, core material forcarbon arclighting, colorant inglassesandenamels, additive indidymiumglass used inwelding goggles,ferrocerium firesteel(flint) products.60NdNeodymiumfrom the Greek "neos", meaningnew, and "didymos", meaningtwin.Rare-earth magnets,lasers, violet colors in glass and capacitors61PmPromethiumafter theTitanPrometheus, who brought fire to mortals.Nuclear batteries62SmSamariumafterVasili Samarsky-Bykhovets, who discovered the rare earth oresamarskite.Rare-earth magnets,lasers,neutron capture,masers63EuEuropiumafter the continent ofEurope.Red and lamps,fluorescent lamps,NMRrelaxation agent64GdGadoliniumafterJohan Gadolin(1760–1852), to honor his investigation of rare earths.Rare-earth magnets, high refractive index glass tubes,computer memories,neutron capture,MRI contrast agent,NMRrelaxation agent,magnetostrictive alloyssuch asGalfenol, steel additive65TbTerbiumafter the village of Ytterby, lamps,magnetostrictive alloyssuch asTerfenol-D66DyDysprosiumfrom the Greek "dysprositos", meaninghard to get.Rare-earth alloyssuch Latin, "Holmia"), native city of one of its discoverers.Lasers, wavelength calibration standards for the village of Ytterby, the mythological northern land ofThule.PortableX-ray machines,metal-halide lamps,lasers70YbYtterbiumafter the village of Ytterby, Sweden.Infraredlasers, chemicalreducing agent,decoy flares,stainless steel, stress gauges,nuclear medicine71LuLutetiumafterLutetia, the city which later becameParis.Positron emission tomography- PET scan detectors, high refractive index glass,lutetium tantalatehosts for phosphors