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Happy Birthday to all you Special April Birthstone people!

While April 1st is designated April Fool’s Day, those born under the sign of Aries and Taurus are far from foolish.  Aries are recognized for their determination, passion and great sense of adventure while Taurus by nature is pragmatic and practical.  The birthstone for either zodiac sign is the diamond or a white topaz.

White Topaz

An alternate and much more affordable birthstone for those born in April is the white topazTopaz comes from the Greek tapazos meaning to seek.  Topaz can be found in Brazil, Sri Lanka, USA, Australia and many other countries. Topaz is believed to symbolize chastity, true friendship, truth and forgiveness as well as heal and energize by directing energies to the place most needed by the wearer.  Topaz also balances emotions, increases creativity and relieves stress.  Topaz is mentioned in the Book of Exodus as one of the stones in the breastplate of the High Priest.

Diamonds

Diamonds are the hardest of all gems and as such symbolize power, and everlasting love.  In Sanskrit, the diamond is called vajra which means lightning.  According to Hindu mythology vajra was a weapon used by the king of gods, Indra.  The name diamond comes from the Greek word adamas which means unconquerable.  Ancients believed diamonds were hardened dewdrops of lightning and stars that fell to the earth and warriors wore them as a talisman to protect them in battle and ward off evil.  They believed these gems would give them strength and courage.  Today diamonds are given as a symbol of everlasting love.

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Happy Birthday to all you lucky Aquamarine people!!

People born under the zodiac sign of Pisces the Fish are said to be loving, intuitive, idealistic and sensitive.  Their birthstone is the Aquamarine, from the Latin aqua marina which means seawater. 

HISTORY

Aquamarine stones are a part of the beryl mineral family and range in color from the palest shades of blue to stones tinged with green.  In the nineteenth century green varieties of Aquamarine were popular.  Today blue Aquamarine stones are considered more valuable.  Aquamarines are mined mostly in Brazil but are also found in Africa, the Middle East, Mexico and the United States.

FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY

According to Roman mythology, Neptune (god of the sea) obtained the Aquamarine gemstone when it fell from the Siren’s jewel box and washed up on the seashore. Sailors have long considered the Aquamarine a lucky stone and carried it with them on voyages to keep them safe.  Since early times, Aquamarines were believed to endow the wearer with foresight, courage, and happiness as well as increase intelligence and make one feel and act youthful!

HEALTH AND HEALING

Although the healing powers of gemstones remain controversial, they are still used today by healers, shaman and medicine men.  Crystal healers use Aquamarines to induce peace and calming, and to bring harmony to diseased areas of the body. For people who believe it helps them, the best approach is to allow the gemstone to come into contact with the skin, especially close to the injured or troubled part of the body.

As a healing stone, some believe Aquamarines are an effective treatment for anxiety.  During the Middle Ages there was a belief that Aquamarine would reduce the effect of poisons. Aquamarine is said to help people suffering from arthritis, eye inflammations, sore throats and varicose veins.

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Aquamarine – the March Birthstone

Happy Birthday to all you lucky Aquamarine people!

People born under the zodiac sign of Pisces the Fish are said to be loving, intuitive, idealistic and sensitive.  Their birthstone is the Aquamarine, from the Latin aqua marina which means seawater. 

HISTORY

Aquamarine stones are a part of the beryl mineral family and range in color from the palest shades of blue to stones tinged with green.  In the nineteenth century green varieties of Aquamarine were popular.  Today blue Aquamarine stones are considered more valuable.  Aquamarines are mined mostly in Brazil but are also found in Africa, the Middle East, Mexico and the United States.

FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY

According to Roman mythology, Neptune (god of the sea) obtained the Aquamarine gemstone when it fell from the Siren’s jewel box and washed up on the seashore. Sailors have long considered the Aquamarine a lucky stone and carried it with them on voyages to keep them safe.  Since early times, Aquamarines were believed to endow the wearer with foresight, courage, and happiness as well as increase intelligence and make one feel and act youthful!

HEALTH AND HEALING

Although the healing powers of gemstones remain controversial, they are still used today by healers, shaman and medicine men. Crystal healers use Aquamarines to induce peace and calming, and to bring harmony to diseased areas of the body.For people who believe it helps them, the best approach is to allow the gemstone to come into contact with the skin, especially close to the injured or troubled part of the body.

As a healing stone, some believe Aquamarines are an effective treatment for anxiety.  During the Middle Ages there was a belief that Aquamarine would reduce the effect of poisons. Aquamarine is said to help people suffering from arthritis, eye inflammations, sore throats and varicose veins.

More about these fabulous birthstones coming next month!

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Opal – the October Birthstone

It’s October and the days are becoming cooler; air smells sweet and leaves crunch beneath our feet. This is the month we celebrate Halloween and I’d like to wish those of you with birthdays this month a frightful and delightful Happy Birthday!

Opal comes from the Latin opalus and the Greek opallios. Both have as a root word, ophtha—to see; in this case “to see a change of color.” Like so many other stones, opals come in a variety of colors including pale milky white, black, orange, yellow and red. Opals contain up to 20% of water trapped in silica sediment which explains the wide array of colors. Gemologists have divided opals into five main categories: white or light, black, fire, boulder and crystal or water opal. In the 1890s opals were mined in Australia in the semi-arid area called the “outback” and now account for 97% of all opals sold throughout the world.

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Folklore
Because opals are known for showing flashes of the colors of the rainbow, Bedouin tribes in ancient times believed these stones contained lightning and during thunderstorms they fell from the sky.

Ancient Greeks believed people who possessed these gems were given the gift of prophecy and were protected from disease.

Romans valued opals and gave the stone the name “a child as beautiful as love.” They believed wearing opals symbolized hope, purity and love.

There existed the belief that opals could offer wearers therapeutic benefits against eye diseases. Amulets of opal were thought to increase the powers of the mind. Young maidens with blond hair in medieval times believed wearing opals would prevent their hair from becoming dark in color or fading.

Along with the desire to own opals, superstitions arose that cast these stones in an unfavorable light. In medieval times people believed opals resembled “The Evil Eye” and associated them with cats, snakes and toads. There was the belief witches and sorcerers used black opals to increase their “powers” and cast spells on people. Even today some people believe it is unlucky to wear opals if your birthday is not in October!
No matter how you feel about opals, we appreciate their beauty and dazzling colors. Wear them set in rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets. We all enjoy mysteries, and the deeper the mysteries surrounding opals, the more precious they become!

Until next month,
Ellen,
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Gorgeous Amethyst is the February Birthstone

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Pictured Blue Topaz - the December Birthstone

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A happy and healthy birthday to all of you celebrating a birthday in the month of Ocotber!

Opal is the Birthstone for October!

Opal comes from the Latin opalus and the Greek opallios.  Both have as a root word, ophtha—to see; in this case “to see a change of color.”  Like so many other stones, opals come in a variety of colors including pale milky white, black, orange, yellow and red. Opals contain up to 20% of water trapped in silica sediment which explain s the wide array of colors.

In the 1890s opals were mined in Australia in the semi-arid area called the “outback” and now account for 97% of all opals sold throughout the world.

Because opals are known for showing flashes of the colors of the rainbow, Bedouin tribes in ancient times believed these stones contained lightning and during thunderstorms they fell from the sky.   Ancient Greeks believed people who possessed these gems were given the gift of prophecy and were protected from disease.  Romans valued opals and gave the stone the name “a child as beautiful as love.”  They believed wearing opals symbolized hope, purity and love.

 

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A happy and healthy birthday to all of you celebrating a birthday in the month of September!

Sapphires come from many countries throughout the world including the United States, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand and Australia. (more…)

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Amethyst – the February Birthstone

I’m sending warm wishes to those celebrating a birthday in the month of February!

 It’s February and winter is alive and kickin’.  Although parts of the country have already experienced bitter cold and snow, there is a day in this month that will warm even the coldest hearts – Valentine’s Day!

People born in February are under the Zodiac sign of Pisces and their birthstone is the beautiful Amethyst, a purple variety of the mineral quartz. Pisceans are compassionate, offering their calm and reassuring outlook with friends.  Pisceans are equally content being alone or in a social setting and enjoy what nature and life have to offer. They love surrounding themselves with fine furnishings, artwork, music and poetry.

HISTORY

The word Amethyst comes from the Greek “amethystos,” which means ‘not intoxicated’(in ancient times people believed an amethyst gemstone could ward off drunkenness).

Amethysts  hold a prominent place in Church history, and is referred to as “the stone of bishops.”

Purple is one of the royal colors, and amethysts are featured in the British Crown Jewels. They were a favorite of Catherine the Great and the royal family of Egypt. 

MYTHOLOGY

The origin myth of the amethyst has been passed down through the centuries through Greek myth and is based on the legend of Dionysius, the god of intoxication. Dionysius believed he was insulted by a human and swore revenge on the next mortal to cross his path. As fate would have it, a young maiden named Amethyst  (who was on her way to offer prayers to the goddess Diana) was next to cross his path. Dionysius blocked her way with fierce tigers.  To protect her from the claws of the tigers, the goddess Diana turned Amethyst into a crystalline quartz statue.  When Dionysius gazed upon the beautiful statue he wept tears of wine that stained the crystalline quartz purple, thus creating the famous gem.

HEALTH

There have always been questions about the healing properties of gemstones and there are some who believe the amethyst protects one against drunkenness.  Some even refer to this gemstone as the sobriety stone believing it has “power” to cure addictions.   Others believe wearing an amethyst close to the skin can help those suffering from headaches, insomnia, arthritis, and circulatory issues.

Keep warm until next month,
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