Chrysocolla is an interesting stone that is known for its powerful energies. In Peru, it is referred to as Peruvian Turquoise because of its blue-green hues, similar to turquoise in appearance. It is often is used to make high quality handcrafted jewelry, either by itself, set in silver or white metal alloys or combined with other stones or shell. Chrysocolla is said to be a healing and calming stone and some even use it to attract love. Chrysocolla jewelry can be a thoughtful gift for someone who is dealing with stress, illness or depression, due to its purported metaphysical properties. Aside from its deeper meaning, it is also a beautiful stone that often has swirls of different hues running through it. Found in a few different countries, Chile has one of the highest concentrations, which due to its geographical proximity, is why the stone also is readily available in Peru.
Tibetan Turquoise, sometimes called Chinese Turquoise, is green and carries a slightly different vibration than the more vivid blue. It is especially useful for clearing the Throat Chakra, and blockages of suppressed self-expression. As jewelry it is worn by men and women alike, and considered a promise of fidelity and protectiveness to a lover or partner. It is used in sacred prayer beads, adorns musical instruments, such as rattles, prayer wheels and bells. A turquoise rosary or mala is said to relate prayer to whatever deity is being invoked. Tibetan Turquoise is traditionally received as a gift to pass on its natural fortune-bringing powers, so if you buy your own, make it a gift to yourself.
America Turquoise has been used by the American Indians for protection against physical injury and harm, and can be found in throughout the southwest United States. To the Native Americans, turquoise is life. There are stones medicine men keep in their sacred bundles because they possess powers of healing. Stones and crystals have unique attributes that support and heal us. Turquoise, especially, is known for its positive healing energy, an aid in mental functions, communications and expression and as a protector. If you’re wearing a turquoise ring and you notice a crack in your stone, the Native Americans would say “the stone took it”, meaning the stone took the blow that you would have received.
At all times and over the world, Turquoise has been worn as natural protection against the powers of darkness. Turquoise is regarded today as the protective stone of pilots, air crews and other occupational groups who are exposed to an especially high degree of risk. It also aids the body to remove viral infections and has an anti-inflammatory response.
Turquoise was used by the American Indians for protection against physical injury and harm. At all times and over the world, Turquoise has been worn as natural protection against the powers of darkness. Turquoise is regarded today as the protective stone of pilots, air crews and other occupational groups who are exposed to an especially high degree of risk. It also aids the body to remove viral infections and has an anti-inflammatory response.
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