Chrysolite, opposite to jasper, is the seventh gemstone of the apocalyptic circle. Jewelers call it peridot. It has a high transparency and a beautiful golden green color. According to a jeweler’s book on gems (Mab Wilson) “ there is no blue in the green, even in the darkest version of itself. Place it in the shade and it still remains sun-touched”.
it is an iron magnesium silicate. Where do we find the combination of
iron and magnesium playing a major role in nature? In chlorophyll, the
green substance of the leaves in which the sun produces oxygen out of
Evidently, this gemstone has a close relation to sun, to light in general.
in fact is an element with an enormous light potential. We experience
the relation, as indicated by Rudolf Steiner, between chrysolite and the
sense of sight.
qualities of jasper and chrysolite are clearly complementary. Unbiased
sensorial obversation is in urgent need of ego-conscious unselfishness,
the result in between the two poles being the way to truth.
-Dr. Simon van der Heide