UDC 549:291,33
LBC 86.41:26.31
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Hematite (krovavik, anhydroferrite, bloodstone, blood-stone)

   Description characteristic of the mineral.

   Hematite, bloodstone, blood-stone is steady modification of oxide of ferrous iron. Cleavage lacking. Chemical formula of Fе2O3. Specific gravity 5,3 g/sm3. Color from black in coarse-grained aggregates to bright red in dense varieties. Hardness Mohs 5. It is from the earliest times known as carpentry stone. Other his name is bloodstone, blood-stone and from old times he is a powerful talisman, amulet and amulet, charm, talisman simultaneously. Often an anhydroferrite is mass counterfeited as cheap bangles, beads or rings "for three roubles". It is a natural not anhydroferrite, but special ceramic imitation. In an order to distinguish an anhydroferrite from an imitation or other stone, it is needed with force to behavior them on unglazed porcelain (to the glazed pottery), and an anhydroferrite will be left by red track.

   In order that reliably, assuredly and it is very simple to distinguish a natural anhydroferrite from very look like him cheap ceramics (imitations), it is enough to remember two diagnostic signs. At first, ceramics is enough easy, and an anhydroferrite is far more heavy iron-containing ferruginous material. Weight even small piece of anhydroferrite felt on a palm as weight. Secondly, a natural anhydroferrite is attracted a strong magnet, and ceramics is not present (irresponsive in general). In the rock of vein, lode, mine of anhydroferrite it is possible to find through a magnet. Not for nothing the deposits of anhydroferrite mark strong magnetic anomalies in the earth's crust. It is enough, to distinguish an anhydroferrite from an imitation. Look like an anhydroferrite is mineral magnetite which possesses magnetic properties here.

   At treatment of anhydroferrite on the machine-tool of spark have a red color from the oxide of ferrous iron. Hematite yet name on his red color "ferrous red lead" and use as a natural mineral paint. In antiquity named mainly bloodstone, blood-stone in color sprinkle of snow and considered healthful at wounds, bleeding, inflammations and bursts of anger. Adopted from Greek "game" is blood. Synonyms: ferrous diamond Alaskan black or ferrous diamond of black, ferrous bloodstone, blood-stone. Radially-fibred variety anhydroferrite ("red glass head") appears at low temperature hydrothermal processes, often in near-surface terms. Formation of aggregates of anhydroferrite and varicoloured jasper is possible, both the masses of jasper and continuous anhydroferrite cut through an anhydroferrite with the point coloured disseminations or layers, urgent Hematite jasperoid (beautiful and original carpentry mineral), that usually talks about the natural origin of mineral. Hematite can be to associate with a tiger's-eye.

   Varieties of anhydroferrite: haematite - with strong semimetallic brilliance; ferrous mica, isinglass stone are scaly aggregates of anhydroferrite; red bog iron ore, ironstone - dense, cryptocrystalline; a red glass head is large bud-like forms with a radially-radiant structure. The treated anhydroferrite is alike on Morione, black Agate, obsidian, goethite, from which he differs strong metallic brilliance, high closeness, red color of line and hardness Mohs. Fragile. Hematite is used not only in jeweller wares - above all things today he is an important ferrous iron-stone.

   Magic properties of stone.

   His main dignity - to deliver a proprietor from conniptions and rash actions, to feel confidently and protected because an anhydroferrite is given by possibility to affect other people, events and many processes. It helps to accumulate and use energy how it is wanted by a proprietor. However necessary it is to remember that stone can a people, to the persons interested to harm other, do a lot of troubles: an anhydroferrite does not like to work on an evil, although about him and incorrect information spread, that stone is how hardly not obligatory belonging of black magicians, sorcerers and other. On the contrary, an anhydroferrite is the stone of prophets, allowing to penetrate in secrets nature on purpose help a people, and about his medical properties it is possible to write volumes. Krovavik, bloodstone, blood-stone widely applied in medieval magic. A magician did not dare to cause perfumes, not having on a finger a finger-ring with bloodstone, blood-stone. Stone of magicians and exorcists, protects from wicked force. Force of Mars and enormous energy, allowing carrying this stone to affect other people is celled in him.

 

Poisonous and radioactive risky hazardous cargo stone and minerals

   ** - are poisonous stone and minerals (mandatory verification is in the chemical analysis laboratory + on toxicity)
   ** - are radioactive stone and minerals (mandatory verification on a regular dosimeter + prohibition on the opened sales in the case of radio-activity over 24 milliroentgens / hour + additional measures of protection of people)
   All of rare stone are subject obligatory verification on a regular dosimeter on the possible level of radiation and in a chemical laboratory on absence default of poisonous and evaporating components, dangerous for a human people and environment nature

  1. Adamite *
  2. Annabergite * Eritrine *
  3. Antimonite *
  4. Arsenolite **
  5. Arsenopyrite **
  6. Orpiment, Golden Earth **
  7. Baildonite *
  8. Beryl **
  9. Blomstrandite, Betafite **
  10. Billietit **
  1. Bismutite *
  2. Breithauptite *
  3. Witherite *
  4. Gadolinite **
  5. Halite, Mine Rock Salt **
  6. Geocronite *
  7. Glaukodote *
  8. Descloisite * Mottramite *
  9. Jordanite *
  10. Carnotite **
  1. Cinnabar, Vermilion, Spanish Red **
  2. Cobaltite *
  3. Cottunite *
  4. Liroconite *
  5. Marcasite *
  6. Monacite *
  7. Ammoniac *
  8. Nikeline *
  9. Otenite **
  10. Pyromorfite *
  11. Chalcolamprite, Pyrochlorine *
  1. Prustite *
  2. Rammelsbergite *
  3. Realgar **
  4. Mercury, Quicksilver *
  5. Senarmontite *
  6. Sulphur, Sulfur, Brimstone *
  7. Skutterudite *
  8. Strontianite **
  9. Antimony,
    Stibium *
  10. Tetrahedrite *
  11. Thorianite **
  1. Thorite **
  2. Uraninite **
  3. Pharmacolite *
  4. Halkozine, Copper-glance *
  5. Hatchinsonite *
  6. Celestine **
  7. Zircon **
  8. Evksenite **
  9. Enargite *
  10. Eshinite **
  11. Conichalcite *

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A catalogue of stone is all of stone in alphabetical order

  1. Aventurine *
  2. Agate ***
  3. Azurite *
  4. Aquamarine *
  5. Alexandrite
  6. Diamond ***
  7. Almandine
  8. Amazon-stone *
  9. Amethyst **
  10. Ametrine
  11. Ammolite mother-of-pearl, nacre
  12. Ammonite mollusks
  13. Apatite
  14. Belemnite
  15. Beryl **
  16. Bone, tusk
    of Mammoth
  17. Turquoise
  18. Bovine eye (quartz)
  19. Verdelite
  20. Jet (bitumen
    black coal) **
  21. Heliodor **
  22. Heliotrope
  23. Hematite **
  24. Hessonite (Cinnamon stone)
  25. Howlite, kaulite
  26. Garnet
  27. Grossuliare
  28. Demantoide **
  1. Diopside Chromediopside
  2. Dravite (Tourmaline)
  3. Wood petrified (stone)
  4. Dumorterite
  5. Jadeite
  6. Pearls
  7. Emerald **
  8. Calcite *
  9. Kaholong
    (White opal)
  10. Quartz
  11. Quartz-hairstone
  12. Quartz pink, rose
  13. Cinnabar, Vermilion, Spanish Red **
  14. Conichalcite **
  15. Coral
  16. Corundum
  17. Cat's Eye (quartz)
  18. Cat's Eye Chrysoberyl
  19. Millstone,
    Fint stone **
  20. Cuncite
    (Kuncite) **
  21. Labrador **
  22. Lazurite, Lapis lazuli
  23. Moon stone (Adularia)
  24. Malachite
  1. Meteorite
  2. Morganite **
  3. Morione **
  4. Nephritis (jade) **
  5. Obsidian **
  6. Onyx marble**
  7. Onyx
    chalcedony
  8. Opal
  9. Orthoclase, Microcline **
  10. Pegmatite **
  11. Mother-of-pearl, Nacre
  12. Pyrite **
  13. Arizona ruby, Pyrope
  14. Part-opal
  15. Prazeme
  16. Smoky Quartz **
  17. Rhodonite
  18. Ruby
  19. Rubellite
  20. Sapphire **
  21. Sardonyx
  22. Selenite
    (gypsum)
  23. Seraphinite
  24. Cornelian, Sard
  25. Serpentine
    (Ophite) **
  1. Simbircite,
    Yellow
    Calcite **
  2. Sodalite
  3. Falcon Eye
  4. Staurolite, Granatite **
  5. Tektite,
    Meteorite *
  6. Tiger's-eye
  7. Tourmaline *
  8. Topaz
  9. Uvarovite
  10. Ulexite **
  11. Fluorite
  12. Haliotis, Black Nacre, Mother-of-pearl
  13. Chalcedony
  14. Chrysolite *
  15. Chrysoprase **
  16. Crystal Mountain Quartz
  17. Celestine **
  18. Citrine
  19. Zircon **
  20. Charoite **
  21. Schorl
  22. Spinel *
  23. Schungite **
  24. Eudialyte *
  25. Euclase
  26. Epidote
    (Jasper)
  27. Amber
  28. Jasper