Minéraux (3 colores)

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Minéraux (3 colores)

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<span class="Y2IQFc">zodiac sign:
Opal is the stone of October, but in addition to Libras, it has related signs such as Sagittarius, Aries, Aquarius and Gemini

Opal is known as “the artist's stone” as it has the ability to bring hidden talents to light.

Opal opens and connects all the chakras, as it presents all the colors of the rainbow, it is an ideal gem to find serenity and peace.

amazonite characteristics

The deposits: are located in Brazil, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Russia, USA, Great Britain

The origin of his name is uncertain. On the one hand, it is believed that it was the favorite gem of the Amazons, the mythical warriors of the classical world. On the other hand, it is believed that its name comes from the Amazon River, where long ago green stones were found that were most likely jade or nephrite.

It is related to chakra 4, which is the heart chakra.

It owes its name to the Amazon River, and represents the balance between masculine and feminine energy, between kindness and practicality. Its objective is to calm the mind and dissipate negative energies as well as relieve anxiety. It is the gem that governs body-mind-soul that has an overall calming effect. At the chakra level it governs the heart, throat and third eye. Its element is Earth.

zodiac sign: Amazonite is the birth gem of Virgo and Aquarius</span>
<span class="Y2IQFc">Minéraux are gold-plated silver earrings. Its design consists of a semicircle adorned with small minerals:

- amazonite: light blue stone

- pink opal

- black onyx

opal characteristics:

In 1863, opal deposits were found in Australia; currently 95% of world trade is concentrated there; in fact, the town of Coober Pedy in the South Australian desert depends almost exclusively on the opal market.

There are also opal deposits in Ethiopia, Mexico, Venezuela, Peru, Spain, Guatemala, Brazil, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, and the United States.

Opal, from the </span>black onyx characteristics:

he history of the mineral Onyx makes it even more special. The name onyx is derived from the Greek word meaning nail.

The story is that one day, Cupid cut Venus's divine nails with an arrow, while she was sleeping. He left the cuttings scattered over the sand, and the fates turned them into stone so that no part of the divine body would perish or be used by other gods.

As in other mythologies, it was considered important to get rid of the body parts of their gods to prevent them from acquiring their properties. And, in this way, onyx became linked to the goddess of love.

As we have mentioned, Onyx is a protective black stone, which according to theory, converts negative energies into positive ones, helping human vitality grow. It is also believed to offer great resistance on a mental, physical and spiritual level.

The meaning of the most popular Onyx stone is that it blocks negative energies.

In any case, the meaning of black onyx does not have any scientific evidence, as it has been attributed by different cultures over time, which has led it to be one of the most popular spiritual stones throughout the world.
Don't hesitate to ask for information on Whatsapp if you don't know how to combine them or have any questions!<span class="Y2IQFc">Latin “opalus” which means jewel of different colors, from the Greek “opallios” or stone good for the eyes, and in Sanskrit “upala”, which means precious stone or valuable stone.

Opal, since ancient times, has been used as a talisman by many civilizations, for the Greeks it gave the power to see the future, for the Romans it was a symbol of hope, both Greek and Roman generals carried opals on their command staffs to

protect them in military campaigns, for the Arabs the opals fell from the sky to protect them. For the Easterners it is the key to hope and its bearer is protected from all evils. Its effect is greater when the opal is received as a gift.

For a time, however, the opal became famous as a stone of bad luck; it seems that the blame is due to a novel that Walter Scott wrote in 1829, in which he told the strange story of the great-granddaughter of a shaman. Persian, who wore a brooch with a mysterious opal in her hair, and when a drop of holy water fell on her, the jewel disintegrated and with it its owner who was reduced to ashes. In turn, the Spanish royal family attributed the deaths of five princes to this gem, and so that the gem would lose its power it was hung around the neck of the image of the Virgin of Almudena.

According to the Australian aborigines, the creator came to Earth on a rainbow, in order to bring a message of peace and love to men, and in that place where the rainbow touched the ground and his foot touched the ground, the stones They revived and began to shine in all the colors of the rainbow, thus opals were born.

It is a protective stone.</span>

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