Definitions for "Beryl"
A mineral of great hardness, and, when transparent, of much beauty. It occurs in hexagonal prisms, commonly of a green or bluish green color, but also yellow, pink, and white. It is a silicate of aluminum and beryllium. The aquamarine is a transparent, sea-green variety used as a gem. The emerald is another variety highly prized in jewelry, and distinguished by its deep color, which is probably due to the presence of a little oxide of chromium.
It is a lightly colored mineral, called emerald when transparent and dark green and known as aquamarine if the color is blue.
A silicate of beryllium and aluminum.
Keywords:  scryer, dee, museum, ireland, rituals
Beryl is receptive and is used in healing and promoting energy. Dr. Dee, a fifth-century scryer in Ireland, had a sphere of beryl which is now housed the British Museum. Ancient peoples utilized beryl in rituals designed to bring rain. Beryl is used to send energy into the body. Wear it during study to increase your retention of information. See also: cat's eye
Helps heart problems, liver trouble, mouth, stomach and throat infections. Improves intellect, strengthens will-power, guards against stupidity and mental disorders.
Engrave a frog on a piece of beryl and set the stone in gold. Anyone who touches the engraving will find its owner irresistible.
Beryl is a compositing window manager for the X Window System. It is a fork of Compiz.