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- Mystic topaz is a type of topaz.
- It has a Al2(SiO4)(F,OH)2 , an orthorhombic system, and a hardness of 8.
- Mystic topazes are artificially treated colorless topaz with titanium coating.
- It is a relatively new "variety", appearing in 1998.
- Although it displays rainbow colors, mystic topaz prominently show greens, purples, and blues.
- Topaz is formed by fluorine bearing vapors that are created during the crystallization in igneous rocks, occurring in pegmatites at high temperatures inside quartz veins and cavities of granites and rhyolites.
- Topazes in general have been used as decorative gemstones throughout human history.
- As a topaz variety, mystic topaz is a birthstone for November and used as an alternative for the 19th wedding anniversaires.
- Topaz has a lot of lore behind it.
- The ancient Greeks believed it improved strength while the Romans thought it enhanced vision.
- The ancient Egyptians said it prevented injury.
- People in the Middle Ages used Topaz to heal physical and mental disorders as well as prevent death and disease.
- Topaz is named from Greek word “topazion” after the Sanskrit word “tapas” meaning “heat” or “fire”.
- Metaphysically, mystic topaz aids in spirituality, faith, balancing emotions, trust, optimism, and the inner self.
- Additionally, mystic topaz can boost up morale while facing life challenges.
- Topazes in generally promote success, intelligence, communication, wealth, intelligence, self-expression, and creativity.