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Opal Meanings & Uses

Opal Meanings & Uses

Opal is the birthstone for October, but it is also an alternative birthstone for April.  It is known as the “eye stone”.   So pleasing to the eye; it inspires love, hope, luck and happiness.  In the ancient world, it was considered the most mysterious stone and...
Jade Meaning & Uses

Jade Meaning & Uses

Jade Meanings & Uses Jade is not a traditional birthstone, but it is an alternative birthstone for people born in March.  When you think of jade, a deep green may come to mind.  But jade also comes in many other colors and in several different shades of green. ...
Bloodstone Meaning & Uses

Bloodstone Meaning & Uses

Bloodstone Meanings & Uses Whoever bears this stone, … will find all doors open, while bonds and stone walls will be rent asunder. — Leyden papyrus Bloodstone was once known as the “Stone of Freedom”.  Viewed as a rare gemstone in the ancient world, it was thought...
Labradorite Meaning & Uses

Labradorite Meaning & Uses

Labradorite, named after the Labrador Peninsula, was believed by natives of Canada to be the result of the northern lights, created by frozen fire, and that some of those lights are still trapped in the stone.  Because of the parallel formation of minerals in this...

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