Modern Ye Ming Zhu & Kyanite Bracelet. These beaded gemstone bracelets are unique one-of-a-kind creations. Bracelets feature a Modern Ye Ming Zhu center bead that glows in the dark accented with Green Moss Agate beads. These bracelets are made to withstand outdoor activities and are water-friendly.
Modern Ye Ming Zhu beads glow in the dark! Charge them up under the sun or other bright light. Color/glow is Light Green (see photos).
To ensure a proper fit, we strongly recommend measuring your actual wrist and ordering a size that will fit as snug as possible, as some stretching/settling (up to 1/4″) will occur.
- Small – fits up to a 6.5″ wrist.
- Medium – fits up to a 7″ wrist.
- Large – fits up to a 7.5″ wrist.
Please contact us for sizes larger than 8″.
Ye Ming Zhu:
Ancient and Modern Ye Ming Zhu or otherwise spelled Yeh Ming Jhu is the legendary glowing stone. They were the emperor’s most prized possession for hundreds of years. If you go to China they are depicted everywhere as the dragon’s pearl and known by almost everyone. Aside from occasionally seeing it on TV or finding counterfeits in the market the Ye Ming Zhu experience, even in china stops there. There has only been one book written about it, in Chinese, out of print, and only talks about the science of the structure (take note a new book is in the final stages of completion). However, in Chinese lore, the tales are abundant and passed down throughout many generations.
So what is this elusive glowing stone? How have I not heard of it before?
The Ye Ming Zhu which the emperors possessed is known as Ancient Ye Ming Zhu signifying it being found in the ground. It is found primarily in china, which is extremely rare and even more expensive. With the record holder weighing in at 6.1 tons and valued at 3.1 billion dollars it’s no wonder why we have yet to see these. It is most common to find Ancient Ye Ming Zhu with fluorite however on occasion it can be found with a few dozen other minerals including jade, meteor, fossil, and diamond. Regardless of the mineral, it’s found with, in order for it to be considered Ancient Ye Ming Zhu it must contain a combination of rare earth elements allowing it to send and receive light and Qi (energy).
Chances are very few of us will ever be able to see, touch, or own a high-quality piece of Ancient Ye Ming Zhu in our lives. They are just that rare. In 1966 during the cultural revolution, a few dozen that were owned by the royal families disappeared from China and cannot be found to this day.
Modern Ye Ming Zhu:
After years of trying, about ten years ago a team of brilliant scientists in an extremely high tech lab discovered how to alchemize the rare earth elements found in Ancient Ye Ming Zhu into a crystal structure derived from the diamond. Diamond Ye Ming Zhu contains a tetrahedron crystalline structure and is one of the strongest and brightest forms ever found. So naturally when they discovered the alchemical formula to create Modern Ye Ming Zhu that is what it was modeled it after. Modern Ye Ming Zhu is non-toxic and has the same energetic properties as Ancient Yeh Ming Zhu since they contain the same active elements in the same crystalline structure. Rare earth elements are used for their energetic properties and are found in most of today’s highest-tech devices. It is not a coincidence that China supplies ninety-seven percent of the rare earth elements and that most of the Ancient Ye Ming Zhu found have been in China.
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Kyanite is typically a blue aluminosilicate mineral, usually found in aluminum-rich metamorphic pegmatites and/or sedimentary rock. Kyanite in metamorphic rocks generally indicates pressures higher than four kilobars. It is commonly found in quartz. Although potentially stable at lower pressure and low temperature, the activity of water is usually high enough under such conditions that it is replaced by hydrous aluminosilicates such as muscovite, pyrophyllite, or kaolinite. Kyanite is also known as disthene, rhaeticite and cyanite.
Kyanite is a member of the aluminosilicate series, which also includes the polymorph andalusite and the polymorph sillimanite. Kyanite is strongly anisotropic, in that its hardness varies depending on its crystallographic direction. In kyanite, this anisotropism can be considered an identifying characteristic.
At temperatures above 1100 °C kyanite decomposes into mullite and vitreous silica via the following reaction: 3(Al2O3·SiO2) → 3Al2O3·2SiO2 + SiO2. This transformation results in an expansion.
Its name comes from the same origin as that of the color cyan, being derived from the Ancient Greek word κύανος. This is generally rendered into English as kyanos or kuanos and means “dark blue”.
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