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Amethyst - Amatitlan, Guerrero, Mexico

Amethyst - Amatitlan, Guerrero, Mexico

Creedita: La creedita o belyankita es un mineral de la clase de los minerales haluros. Fue descubierto en 1916, nombrándolo por la localidad donde se encontró de Creede, en el Condado de Mineral (Colorado) (EEUU). Químicamente es una sal de aluminio compleja.

Creedita: La creedita o belyankita es un mineral de la clase de los minerales haluros. Fue descubierto en 1916, nombrándolo por la localidad donde se encontró de Creede, en el Condado de Mineral (Colorado) (EEUU). Químicamente es una sal de aluminio compleja.

Wulfenite with Mimetite from San Francisco Mine, Cucurpe, Sonora, Mexico [db_pics/new09mix/wulfenitesanfranciscomine1.jpg]

Wulfenite with Mimetite from San Francisco Mine, Cucurpe, Sonora, Mexico [db_pics/new09mix/wulfenitesanfranciscomine1.jpg]

//Anhydrite (also called Angelite) - Angelite is a stone of heightened awareness, with special focus on peace and brotherhood. It gives protection in the environment around your body. Angelite can be used for relief from throat inflammations, and to balance the thyroid. Angelite also repairs and soothes tissues and blood vessels. It is very useful for weight control.

//Anhydrite (also called Angelite) - Angelite is a stone of heightened awareness, with special focus on peace and brotherhood. It gives protection in the environment around your body. Angelite can be used for relief from throat inflammations, and to balance the thyroid. Angelite also repairs and soothes tissues and blood vessels. It is very useful for weight control.

Mexican Amethyst This beautiful amethyst specimen is from a mine in Guerrero, Mexico. Photo by Robert WeldonGIA, courtesy Gem & Mineral Department, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.  Visit Amazing Geologist for more..

Mexican Amethyst This beautiful amethyst specimen is from a mine in Guerrero, Mexico. Photo by Robert WeldonGIA, courtesy Gem & Mineral Department, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Visit Amazing Geologist for more..

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