Gyrolite often forms nodular aggregates. These aggregates can appear glassy, dull or even fibrous. Unlike other similar looking minerals (such as prehnite or smithsonite), gyrolite usually forms individual nodules as opposed to botryoidal or crustal growths. The aggregate nodules can often accompany many fine and rare minerals such as apophyllite, okenite and many of the zeolites. Much gyrolite forms inside of volcanic bubbles called vesicles and can only add another element to the surreal landscape inside. It's also said the Buddhist Lord Gautam Buddha meditated with Gyrolite for concentration, Color: Green, White
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