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Apatite

The Greeks were the first to recognize the chameleon-like qualities of Apatite and its ability to resemble other crystals such as Peridot. The Apatite crystal stone meaning comes from the Greek word “to deceive,” owing its name to its unique properties..
Blue Apatite is a stone of manifestation attuned to the future, activating psychic abilities and allowing expansion of knowledge. Apatite will stimulate the intellect and brings ideas from the mind down into the earth realm through realizations. This stone allows for a deeper dive and reflection into one’s self, seeking self-insight and inner clarity. Apatite will keep you on a search for “freedom” as it keeps you attuned to always planning what’s next in your life.

Agate

Agate was first discovered around the 3rd/4th century (BC) by Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher who named the stone after the river in which it was found, the ‘Achates,’ in Italy.
Agate is known as a stone of strength. It was used by Ancient people on the breastplates of their armor to give warriors strength and to make them victorious in battle.
Another interesting use of agate historically was to ease sickness, by placing the stone in water for cooking and drinking.

Amber

The use of amber extends as far back as 13,000 years ago otherwise known as the Stone Age. Amber was historically used for three primary purposes: fuel, decoration, and for healing/medicinal purposes. There are many existing examples of amber being used in sculptures, jewelry, ceremonial pieces, and even instruments and decorative tools throughout the world. Amber was considered valuable and was a popular trading item, especially in cultures where amber jewelry was highly prized.
Amber was also used for medicinal purposes in the past, especially in ancient Greece and through the Middle Ages in Europe.

Aventurine

Aventurine was first discovered in the 18th Century. Its name comes from the Italian, “a ventura,” or “all’avventura,” meaning, “by chance.” One day sometime in the 1700’s, a worker accidentally dropped metal filings into a vat of melting glass. When the glass cooled, it was used to make jewelry as it had beautiful, random iridescent sparkles throughout it. The name “aventurine” was later given to the natural stone as it looked like this glass. Green aventurine is known as “the stone of opportunity.” It is considered the luckiest of all of the crystals, bringing good fortune in many different forms, whether it’s financial luck, luck with relationships, or simply luck in anything one does.

Black Tourmaline

In India They included the use of black tourmaline was a tool to provide information and help discover what is good and positive and also what is not, so as to be always alert. It would also serve to make known who or what was the cause of the problems or bad actions. The gem was also highly valued by alchemists who, perhaps because of its pyroelectric effect, believed that it was related to the philosopher’s stone. It was said that this was the substance that would bestow enlightenment, bestow power over spiritual matters, unite opposites, and transmute base metals into pure gold. Today, stone is used by tribes in Africa, Native Americans and Aboriginal groups in Australia as a talisman that protects against all dangers.

Black Spinel

Spinel is associated with love and it is said to help the wearer to put his or her ego aside in devotion to another. Spinel is also thought to encourage passion and increase the duration of life. The black spinel is one of the rarest spinels. It is, in particular, is said to be a protective stone that assists in re-establishing relationships and resolving issues. It is also believed to ease the sadness.
I personally love black color and wear this stone often. While in Western culture, black may be associated with evil or mourning, in other cultures, black may represent power, fertility, or wisdom.

Bronzite

Not a lot is known about the history of bronzite, most likely due to its abundance throughout history. Bronzite is found all over the world and can appear mundane when not polished. Bronzite is a truly a beautiful stone that can display chatoyancy and bright golden flecks. The Romans used powdered bronzite as a protector against confusion and mental illness. Bronzite was also utilized in medieval times to fortify the nerves.

Crystal Quartz

Clear Quartz is known as the “master healer” and will amplify energy and thought, as well as the effect of other crystals. It absorbs, stores, releases and regulates energy. Clear Quartz draws off negative energy of all kinds, neutralizing background radiation, including electromagnetic smog or petrochemical emanations. It balances and revitalizes the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual planes. Cleanses and enhances the organs and subtle bodies and acts as a deep soul cleanser, connecting the physical dimension with the mind.

Coral

Coral jewelry has been found in ancient Egyptian and prehistoric European burials and was especially popular during the Victorian age. Ancient Egyptians used coral pieces in tombs as protection against evil spirits in the afterworld, as it is believed to contain a drop of divine blood.
The Gauls often used coral as ornamentation for their helmets and weapons in the belief that it was a protective stone. The Romans hung branches of coral around the necks of their children to protect them from danger. In the early 20th century, the people of Italy used coral for protection from the “evil eye” and for infertility.

Charolite

Charoite’s appearance is magical, that when it was first discovered, it was thought to be a fake – many thought it must be dyed to appear such a striking shade of purple. Also, it was challenging to determine Charoite’s specific, complex make-up and how it was possible that such a deposit exists in isolation. It took nearly 15 years, but Charoite’s status as a genuine and unique mineral was finally approved by the International Mineral Association in 1978.
Charoite is a stone of inner knowledge, harnessing energies and purifying the etheric body. Popular among healers and psychics, Charoite is thought to help one tolerate high-frequency vibrations and prevent psychic fatigue.

Eagles Eye

The Eagle Eye is one of the most beautiful stones on earth. It glows silky when polished. As a stone with translucent features, it provides a relaxing effect in case of nervous system impairment and is a great emotional balancer.
From old times, people have believed its power to get the skill to make decisions in a calm state. You would be able to make the best decision by holding back your temper. Eagle Eye Stone is a gemstone that can control your emotions. It would help you overcome negative feelings such as anxiety or fear. This gemstone is good to use when you easily get stressed out or calm your ups and downs of feelings.

Garnet

The name “garnet” comes from the Latin word “Garanatus,” meaning “seedlike,” in reference to the bright red seeds you find inside a pomegranate. The garnet has been a popular gem throughout the history, in the former Czechoslovakia as far back as the Bronze Age, and in Egypt more than five thousand years ago. It was wildly used from anglo-saxon land to black sea during the late antique Roman Empire. References to this stone are found in a lot of different cultures or religions. According to the Talmud, the only light on Noah’s ark was provided by a large Garnet. As a Warrior’s Stone, Garnet served as a talisman in the Crusades for both the Christians and the Muslims. Considered sacred stone by the Native American, the South American Indians, the Aztecs, the African tribal elders, or the Mayans. Garnet was used to enhance truth, faith and constancy, and enhances one’s internal fire to bring creative powers to implementation. It acts to expand one’s awareness due to the flash of lightening contained within.

Green Garnet

The shining green Garnet also known as tsavorite is a young gemstone with a very long geological history. Its home is the East-African bushland along the border between Kenya and Tanzania.
There are many reasons why you should use this liberating and restorative stone. First, it is a development stone which is a great channel of renewal, birth, growth, and creation.

Golden Mica

This gemstone is believed to help individuals reflect on individual qualities. Mica helps us recognize flaws without self-condemnation so we are able to effectively address negative personality traits. (After all, you can’t change what you don’t see.) According to metaphysical beliefs, mica is also used to reduce hostile or nervous energy. The gemstone mica is not a traditional birthstone, but is most closely associated with the zodiac signs Aquarius and Virgo.

Hessonite

In Hinduism hessonite is known as ‘gomedha.’ Gomedha Is said to have been formed from the fingernails of the great demon, Vala. Vala was a very powerful demon who caused trouble for all the other gods in the universe. When Vala was finally captured and killed by the other gods, his body was cut into pieces, and different parts of his limbs were transformed into precious gems. Vala’s fingernails turned into hessonite, and were scattered all over the lakes of the East.

Howlite

Howlite is a calcium borosilicate hydroxide. Crystals are tabular but rare; generally it forms nodular masses. It is usually white, often with veins of other minerals running through the nodules. Howlite has been long known amongst Native American tribes as the “White Buffalo Stone”, famous for its porcelain white coloring, pronounced with grayish veins. After being a spiritual key-component of Native American traditions, Howlite gained popularity amongst jewelers around the world.

Jasper

In the early days of Mesopotamia, Red and Green Jasper’s were all the rage.
Green jasper itself has held in high value since 7,000 years ago.
Ancient people regarded the stone Red Jasper, as a sacred stone of physical and spiritual protection—a natural healing stone that amounts to courage and wisdom. Therefore, Red Jasper was once a talisman of warriors and carried as a source of protection.
In ancient Egypt, Red Jasper was linked to fertility, as it was named the fertilizing blood of Mother Isis.

Jade

In Chinese writing, it is no accident that the character for “emperor” looks almost identical to the character for “jade”.
In the West, precious gems such as diamonds or rubies were worn by high-ranking people as status symbols. However, in China, it is jade that has been a symbol of status, spirituality, purity, and health for over 9,000 years.
Nephrite jade was the very first of Jade’s discovered in China, and was the traditional jade used and carved since ancient times.

K2

K2 Stone is a rare stone found at the peak next to the famous K2 peak in Pakistan, the world’s second highest mountain. It’s a powerful combination of gray granite and orbs of bright blue azurite. Granite represents the strength and stability of this stone, while the azurite holds a celestial quality. Together, it perfectly balances our earthly experiences with our higher consciousness and connection to the universe and heavens. Many of the K2 stones also have green malachite inclusions on it, adding to its beauty.

Kyanite

Its name is derived from the Greek word ‘kuanos’ or ‘kyanos’, which means ‘deep blue’, alluding to its typical blue color…. this beautiful mesmerizing blue stone is one of the two minerals on the planet, with Citrine, that neither accumulates nor retains negative energy, and therefore never needs cleansing. This stone is one of my personal favorites.

Labradorite

Labradorite was named after Labradore, Newfoundland, northeast Canada. Legend has it that the Northern Lights were once stuck inside rocks on the Canadian coast until a brave warrior freed most of them by hitting the rocks with a spear. The rocks that were not hit, still have those Northern Lights within them, the cause of the beautiful iridescent quality labradorite possesses. Today, the most highly prized variety of labradorite still comes from Labradore, however some extremely valuable specimen also come from Finland.

Lapis Lazuli

Prized for thousands of years. Lapis was a favored stone in ancient Egypt, where it was believed to lead the soul into immortality and open the heart to love. The royal stone was said to contain the gods soul. A stone of truth, Lapis encourages honesty of the spirit, and in the spoken and written word. Wear it for all forms of deep communication. It is also a stone of friendship and brings harmony in relationships.

Lava

Beneath the surface of an active volcano, the temperature and the pressure are such that they can melt rock. That is why when a volcano erupts it gives out molten rock. However when it comes in contact with the cool atmosphere of the Earth it begins to solidify. As a result of this, stone beads are formed. The porous nature of these stones means that they have many holes and bubbles, which also makes them very lightweight.
Due to their physical properties, lava beads also have special significance. Lava stone is regarded as a symbol of fertility, endurance and strength. It is believed to provide stability in tumultuous times. Because they come from the Earth, it is said that it strengthens our relationship with our planet. It dispels anger, cements our beliefs and provides guidance, clarity and hope in difficult times. That is why it is said that these stones were worn by native Americans before they went into battle.

Lepidolite

Lepidolite was first discovered in 1861 by Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchhoff. Originally called “lilalite” because of its lavender color, it was later named “lepidolite” from the Greek “lepidos”–which means “scale”–because of its scaly appearance caused by flakes of lithium. Lepidolite is sometimes called the “peace stone” or “grandmother stone” because it is thought to have nurturing and calming properties.

Malachite

Malachite was the metal of Venus and the ancient followers of the goddess were attributing important powers to the stone.in Rome it was named the peacock stone, which was the emblem of the goddess Juno.

Moon Stone

Ancient cultures coveted moonstone and created origins for the stone as spectacular as the stone itself. Many believed the stone was created from moonbeams. Others strongly associated the stone’s powers with the moon. The stone was especially prized during a full moon. Moonstone is thought to bring its wearer good fortune and feelings of love and affection.

Morganite

The pink color of Morganite stone will bring light to your life, positive energy and help you commit and care for other people. The soothing energy of this gentle color will help you calm your anger, resentment or any other negative feelings and help you bring new love and romance into your life. Gentle energy offered by this beautiful pink gemstone will bring joy, pleasure, compassion, and new friendships into your life.

Obsidian

Obsidian was highly valued in certain Stone Age cultures because, like flint, it could be fractured to produce sharp blades or arrowheads. It was also polished to create early mirrors.
The ancient Mesoamericans also made a type of sword with obsidian blades mounted in a wooden body. Called a macuahuitl, the weapon was capable of inflicting terrible injuries, combining the sharp cutting edge of an obsidian blade with the ragged cut of a serrated weapon that brought fear.
Native Americans traded obsidian throughout North America. This rock was also used in construction of the Moai—the large stone statues on Easter Island.

Carnelian

The name carnelian comes from the Latin word carneus, which means fleshy, a reference to the color of the stone. Carnelian has a long history. Over 4500 years ago, Sumerian and Egyptian craftsmen were making jewelry set with the stone. Ancient Romans and Greeks also valued the stone, which they used for intaglios. Carnelian has also been popular for signet rings. While in Egypt, Napoleon picked up an octagonal carnelian on the battlefield, and returned from Egypt with this stone, wearing it all the time. Throughout history, there have been many beliefs in the positive attributes of carnelian. In ancient Egypt, carnelian rings were worn to eliminate bad tempers, hatred, jealousy and anger. Back then; the stone was also used to protect the dead during their journey to the afterlife.

Onyx

Onyx name derived from the Greek word onux, meaning fingernail. In ancient Greeco-Romans mythology, it is believed the stone came from the Goddess Venus’ fingernails, hence its popularity. Cupid was feeling mischievous and decided to cut Venus’ fingernails as she slept soundly. When he left, her fingernail clippings scattered on the sand, the fates turned them into stone so as to leave no part of a heavenly body to perish.
Because of its divine origin, the stone was highly popular among ancient Romans who entered battle carrying amulets of sardonyx engraved with Mars, the god of war. This was believed to bestow courage in battle.

Pearl

The soft white lustrous orb that is the pearl has long been associated with the moon, the ruler of the watery domain from which it is born. In ancient Vedic texts, the pearl is born of the earth’s waters and heaven’s powers; it is fertilized by a flash of lightning and considered to be the daughter of the moon. The planet Venus is also associated with the pearl. The goddess of love arose from the sea…the pearl is a feminine energy jewel to be worn by all to balance emotions and feelings.

Pyrite

Pyrite stone was highly considered by the Native American as a healing stone of magic, frequently used by the medicine people in amulets, for divination, and in the attire and objects used during their healing ceremonies and incantations. In ancient times, the pyrite name was applied to several types of stone that would create sparks when struck against steel. Because of this ability and resonance with fire or sun energy, this stone is considered having the ability to generate wealth by one’s own power.

Red Fire Agate

Red fire agate is Believed to contain the quintessence of fire .in ancient times it was widely used in rituals that involve the fire Gods & Goddesses,
Fire agate is a semi precious stone that hails from the Quartz family. It is actually a form of Chalcedony with captivating colors. Till the present times, this appealing semi-precious stone has been found only in few places around the world. This is the reason why this stone is also considered as a rare stone.
Fire Agate is loved and revered as a spiritual flame of complete excellence. It is believed to contain many interesting mysteries inside it. When you look at this stone with full focus, you can actually observe the beautiful pattern which looks like fire flames.

Rutilated Quartz

This unique stone has often been referred to as Cupid’s darts or the more romantic term Fleches d’amour and as well as the Venus hair stone. The name of this particular type of quartz, “rutilated” was derived from the Latin word rutilus meaning red. The rutile strands range from gold to brown to red. The rutile strands can even be green, which is a rare color in quartz.

Rudraksha

means “tears of Lord Shiva” or “eye of Lord Shiva” in Sanskrit, have been worn by the Yogis.since time immemorial for their healing properties and profound spiritual significance and were treated as a divine treasure to be appreciated. Sacred Rudraksha beads are made from the seeds of the tree (named Elaeocarpus ganitrus) and according to ancient Vedic scripts, these seeds are endowed with divine powers to elevate the soul and assist on the path of Moksha (liberation).
It is said that meditating with a Rudraksha mala or by wearing Rudraksha one can increase their concentration and memory power, giving clarity and peace of mind, as well as relieving trauma, stress and nervousness. These sacred beads are also said to increase strength, stamina, strengthen the heart and balances the central nervous system. These magical beads also bestow divine protection and increases prosperity.

Ruby

Ruby is one of the most historically significant stones. Rubies are mentioned four times in the Bible, in association with attributes like beauty and wisdom. In the ancient language of Sanskrit, ruby is called ratnaraj, or “king of precious stones.”
Ancient Hindus believed that those who offered fine rubies to the god Krishna were granted rebirth as emperors.
Ruby has accumulated a host of legends over the centuries. People in India believed that rubies enabled their owners to live in peace with their enemies. In Burma (a ruby source since at least 600 AD—now called Myanmar), warriors possessed rubies to make them invincible in battle. However, it wasn’t enough to just wear the rubies. They had to insert them into their flesh and make them part of their bodies.
Ruby has been called the most precious of the 12 stones created by God.
Ruby retained its importance with the birth of the western world and became one of the most sought-after gems of European royalty and the upper classes. Many medieval Europeans wore rubies to guarantee health, wealth, wisdom, and success in love.

Scapolite

Scapolite is not a very well-known gemstone, so it lacks the legend, lore and beliefs that many of the more popular gems have. It is not an officially known birthstone, nor does have any official planetary or zodiac purposes.
However, it does still carry a very strong energy, for both mental and physical ailments. This is due to its wide variety of colors. Each color is believed to help with specific areas of life or energy. In general, scapolite can help you find solutions to both past and present problems.

Smoky Quartz

Smoky Quartz was known as a Stone of Power. To the ancient Druids, it was sacred and signified the potent dark power of Earth gods and goddesses. In other cultures it guided souls to the afterlife, served in shamanistic rituals and tribal ceremonies, and was utilized in magic and scrying to connect with spirits of the lower worlds. Smoky Quartz’s phenomenal power, then and now, lies in its ability to protect and ground one physically and spiritually to this world, and to absorb and transmute significant amounts of negative energy and release it into the Earth to be neutralized naturally. It provides a vital shield against psychic attack, emotional and environmental stress, and is used extensively in healing and meditation.

Shungite

Well, about Shungite stone being a God gift, no one really knows. Many accept it as simply being part of the earth, but the fact that Shungite is only found in certain parts of the earth does raise questions to even the least inquisitive scientist. Shungite stone has been studied by some of the best scientists in Russia, each finding the same results. It’s undeniably effective elements do help the human body. It’s been called “The medicine of the 21st century in some circles because of the perfect bioelectromagnetic frequency that has the ability to reverse different counter frequencies that create problems in the body due to their negative influence on soft tissues. Shungite scientific research shows that this negativity could be anything from WMF electromagnetic waves, RMF electromagnetic waves, and a lot of different types of radiation that have been proven to cause harmful affects to the human body. It’s under this particular theory that many enthusiasts see a spiritual use to it.

Sunstone

In the early 1800s sunstone was a little-known, rare, and costly gemstone. It wasn’t until finds in Norway, Siberia, and other parts of the world that sunstone became somewhat more widely recognized, more available, and less expensive. In the US state of Oregon in the early 1900s, there were reports of sunstone finds in ancient lava fields in a desert area called Warner Valley. Even earlier, Native Americans in that area might have been the first collectors of Warner Valley sunstones.
According to Native American legend, the blood of a great warrior – wounded by an arrow – dropped onto pieces of Oregon sunstone. The blood carried his warrior spirit into the stones, coloring them with shades of red and giving them sacred power.

Sodalite

Dating back to ancient civilizations, the Sodalite crystal meaning is linked to the ethereal energy that promotes the highest form of self-expression. Sculptors, painters, and artists were known to carry Sodalite for inspiration. The Sodalite crystal stone meaning has a long held association with the color of the heavens. During the Renaissance, this particular shade of blue was considered a sacred color (sacre bleu) and was often used to color the robes of Mother Mary and the Archangel Michael, a warrior-archangel with a flaming sword.

Turquoise

Turquoise has been revered the world over as a stone of luck and good fortune. From Afghanistan to the Aztec empire, its uses are many and varied, and most come with a mystical connection. Turquoise of stunning beauty has been mined in Iran (formerly known as Persia) for over 5000 years. In Iran, turquoise is called “Ferozah,” which translated means “victory”, and is the national gemstone. The ancient Persians had a saying that, to escape evil and attain good fortune, one must see the reflection of the new moon either on the face of a friend or on a turquoise. In such high regard was this stone held.

Tourmaline

The name Tourmaline comes from Sinhalese term turmali which was the name given to all colored crystals on the island of Sri Lanka at that time. This all-inclusive name indicates the inability of ancient gem dealers to differentiate tourmaline from other stones. In fact, at one time in history, pink and red tourmaline were thought to be rubies.
In Africa, tourmaline was once used as a stone to awaken one from “the dream of illusion.” Ancient ceremonies in India included the use of the gem as a tool to bring insight and help in the discovery of that which is good. It would also serve to make known who or what was the cause of troubles or evil deeds. The gem was also highly valued by alchemists who believed it to be the philosopher’s stone. This was said to be the substance that would grant enlightenment, give power over spiritual affairs, reconcile opposites and change base metals to gold. In modern times, the stone is used by tribes in Africa, Native Americans, and aboriginal groups in Australia to protects against all dangers

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