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What is Magnetite ?

The mineral magnetite is iron oxide (Fe3O4), which is found in all three igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks. This stone is often extracted from iron ore. Magnetite is also a mineral with the highest amount of iron (72.4%).

Because magnetite is a powerful stone for manifestation, it helps you absorb what you desire, including desirable situations and people. Magnetite used to be called Lodestone. Lodestone has a remarkable capacity to balance the hemispheres of the brain.

Its magnetic properties make it a very effective spiritual foundation stone. The vibration of this stone absorbs the experiences or opportunities you want to experience in your life, in your current state.



Magnetite History

In addition to Lodestone, magnetite was also known as magnetic hematite in early 1548. Magnetite was named in 1845 by Wilhelm Karl von Haidinger because it was known as a natural magnet for the ancient Greeks. So they called this mineral "magnet", after the place where the lands of the Magnets were found in Thessaly. These magnetic pieces attract small pieces of iron, so the ancients first discovered the property of magnetism. Magnetite is a heavy mineral, black or blackish brown with a metallic luster. Magnetite is the most magnetic natural mineral on Earth. Its main and bright color is black, but through oxidation it can gradually fade to dark brown. This stone is often used in jewelry due to its magnetic healing properties.

Scientists have discovered evidence that magnetite is present in the human brain and can affect long-term memory. In Germany in the 1930s, the power of magnetite was used to produce magnetic acetate tape for sound recording. One of the applications of magnetite is as a catalyst for industrial synthesis of ammonia.



Magnetite Sources

Magnetites are often found in South Africa and Australia. Although these magnetic rocks can be extracted enormously in many places. So far, magnetite has been found in countries such as Italy, Romania, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Finland, India, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Canada and the United States.



Magnetic metals affect the color of gemstones

A number of rare earth metals and uranium can cause color in gemstones. The ions of these metals may be dispersed in a gem either as impurities or as part of the inherent chemistry of a gem. Metal ions do not exist independently, but bind to other atoms in precious stones, such as oxygen atoms, to form various oxides such as iron oxide (FeO).

These metals are in order of frequency:

·        Iron

·        Manganese

·        Chrome

·        Vanadium

·        Cobalt

·        Copper

·        nickel

·        Titanium

Titanium is often not magnetically detectable in precious stones. But in general, different degrees of magnetic absorption by these metals occur inside the precious stones depending on the concentration of metals involved.



Lodestone

Magnetite is usually absorbed by magnets, but some specimens are automatically capable of absorbing small pieces of iron, small pieces of magnetite, and other magnetic and metal objects. This form of magnetite, called "Lodestone", was the first human encounter with magnetism. Lodstone is easily identifiable because it is often covered with small particles of magnetite and other magnetic minerals.

 Lodestone components have been used as the first magnetic compass in China since as early as 300 BC. Lodestone, when suspended freely on a string, aligns a small piece of limestone with the Earth's magnetic field.



Magnetite as iron ore

Iron ore is mostly a banded sedimentary rock and is known as taconite. This stone is a mixture of magnetite, hematite, and chert. Taconite was once considered a waste, but after evacuating higher-grade sediments, it became an important ore. Today, commercial taconites weigh 25 to 30 percent iron.

During extraction, the Taconite ore is usually pulverized into a fine powder that uses strong magnets to separate these magnetically sensitive particles containing magnetite, hematite, and chert. The concentrate is then mixed with small amounts of limestone and clay and then rolled into small round balls. These bullets are easily transported by ship, rail or truck. They are loaded directly into the blast furnace mill and used to make iron or steel.



Magnetite as a Heavy Media

Powdered magnetite is sometimes mixed with liquid to form a thick, high-density slurry used for special weight separations. Many of the sulfur-rich coal mined in the eastern United States floats in magnetite slurry. Pure coal particles float on the slurry because they have a low specific gravity. Particles contaminated with high specific gravity mineral sulfide or pyrite sink into high density slurry.



Magnetite sand

Sometimes beach and river sands contain high concentrations of magnetite. "Black sands" are usually magnetite-rich and are often exposed to people panning for gold. Magnetite sands are rarely produced as mineral deposits because their size or grade is insufficient, however they are common among other heavy mineral deposits.



Magnetite as an Abrasive

There is an abrasive mixture of magnetite and corundum known as "emery". Synthetic emery is sometimes a mixture of magnetite with aluminum oxide particles. In the production of synthetic emery, the particle size and relative abundance of aluminum oxide and magnetite in the product can be controlled. Some finely ground magnetite is also used as an abrasive in waterjet cutting. In recent decades, synthetic abrasives have filled most applications of magnetite.



Magnetite Healing

Using natural magnets like Magnetite is a great way to achieve many amazing benefits that will improve your life.

You may not have heard that for women suffering from premenstrual syndrome, this stone is useful for calming emotions and reducing mood swings. These magnetic stones help to cure anemia and other blood related problems such as circulatory problems.

Magnetite is useful for healing because it has an anti-inflammatory effect. This powerful magnetic stone improves inflammation because its energy helps soothe muscle pain and accelerates healing following events such as bone fractures.

Holding a stone in each hand is helpful because it helps you balance both hemispheres of the brain. For personal improvement, having more than one Magnetite is more beneficial. Magnetite has powerful healing abilities. It is even useful for curing asthma and liver problems.



Octahedral magnetite crystals

Octagonal magnetite crystals are often found in igneous and metamorphic rocks and sometimes even in sediments near the source area of the magnetite. Magnetite crystals are a maximum of about eight to twelve millimeters.



Magnetite in gemstones

Turquoise beads are often mixed with magnetite to create a beautiful appearance. In turquoise, magnetite can exhibit vivid shades of blue, cyan, or green with extraordinarily thick matrix patterns.



Neodymium magnetic wand

Neodymium magnetic wand is one of the best tools for gem detection. Each type of gem gives a certain range of response to the neodymium magnet, we can use such magnetic responses to identify gemstones. Neodymium magnetic wand is extremely sensitive and can detect even the slightest magnetism. Unlike many other gemological tools, neodymium magnets are available to everyone.



Magnetite Identification

Magnetite is one of the few minerals that is attracted to a common magnet so it is very easy to identify. This mineral has a hardness between 5 and 6.5 Mohs. Magnetite can be black, opaque, submetallic to metallic. This rock is usually found in the form of isometric crystals. Magnetite is the most strongly magnetic mineral found in nature.

After magnetite, Pyrrhotite is the second most common magnetic mineral, which is easily identifiable due to its magnetic properties, lower hardness and bronze color.



Magnetite Care

If the magnetite is washed away, it should be dried immediately to prevent rusting, as this magnetic rock may form a yellow-brown rust coating if washed or stored in a humid area. But by soaking magnetite in a rust remover solvent, rust can be easily removed.



Magnetite as gift

Magnetite physically, emotionally, mentally balances the perspective of men and women. This brain balance is also effective in igniting the psychological talent of telepathy.

This stone can help to attract and reveal the desired situations and desirable people in your life. Magnetite can bring to life the things you want to attract, such as love and commitment in your personal relationships.

Magnetite helps its owner to have more self-confidence in his feelings and this energy comes from a divine source. If you are a rational human being, magnetite stone in particular can strengthen your intuition. If you intentionally and consciously direct magnetite, this stone will help you to release negative energies.

This stone is best kept around you during meditation. This magnetic stone can help you relax the stimulated areas of the body more easily.

 

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