Goshenite is a clear crystal that gets its name from Goshen, Massachusetts, where it was first discovered. It is made up of beryllium aluminum silicate and is considered to be one of the purest forms of beryl.

Goshenite can range in color from colorless to white, yellow, green, or blue. It is often used as a gemstone or for carving. Goshenite has been used as a gemstone for centuries. In ancient Greece, it was associated with Apollo, the god of the sun. Goshenite is also said to have metaphysical properties. It is believed to promote communication and understanding, and to encourage one to live in the present moment.

Goshenite is a beautiful crystal that has a long history and many meanings.