The classification of Almandine Garnet in its zone area as mentioned in the article is quite different from the thought of people who had observed its exploration and recorded it. While this article view that the garnet are only located in massive granite layers located adjacent to the mica schist beds, other people view a gem-bearing pegmatites as a metamorphosis rock that is an end sequence to a dozen of pegmatites that lead away from a pegmatite bearing gem. Almandine garnet crystal is embedded in a shiny dark silver matrix of graphite (Creene, 454).
Besides, this article also classifies Brazil as gem-pegmatite deposited that is a relative unicorn for the exploration industry because its’ extreme precise condition governs the pocket formation and destruction and the gem formation process. Contrary, some people argue that miners will not recognize a pegmatite until they are too close to it because it is small in size and are inconsistent and irregular in shape. However, serendipity is a sure way of ascertaining the large gem-bearing pegmatites. This article view Almandine Garnet as a valuable minerals that can be used to manufacture many valuable products. According to this article, Komatiite contains specific mineral deposits. People argues that Sandblasting was used to extract the graphite that contained the almandine mineral since the normal mechanical means could not break the graphite to extract the mineral. On the other hand, this article argue that the red Embers is geologically composed of gray, bedded fine grained granulite currently it is under lease, the rock were initially deposited in the Acadian progenies and the Taconic areas (Cantor, 1)