Amber Gemstone Meaning

Amber meaning

Although Amber is not a gemstone, it’s included here because I use it in my jewellery and it looks stunning. It’s a fossilised resin and the beads I use are semi-fossilised known as Copal Amber. Do not place your Copal Amber jewellery near chemicals and protect it from harsh blows…

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Mookaite Gemstone Meaning

Mookaite Gemstone Meaning

Mookaite or otherwise known as Mookaite Jasper comes in many colours from a place called Mooka Creek in Austrailia. The word ‘Mooka‘ in Aboriginal language translates to running waters. Mookaite Meaning These gemstone meanings are traditional and are not a substitute to medical practices. No claims have been made about…

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Tigers Eye Gemstone Meaning

Tiger’s Eye gemstones come in shades of golden-brown, deep red otherwise known as Ox or Bull’s Eye and a gorgeous blue otherwise known as Falcon or Hawk Eye.  It is named after the tiger, not only due to its colour, but also its magical healing properties. Tiger’s Eye Gemstone Meanings Physical…

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Fluorite Gemstone Meaning

The fluorite gemstone comes in an array of different colours each with their own different meanings.  Purple, green and clear Fluorite are the most common, whilst blue and yellow are quite rare. Fluorite Gemstone Meanings These gemstone meanings are traditional and are not a substitute to medical practices. No claims have been…

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Citrine Meaning

How to use Citrine These gemstone meanings are traditional and are not a substitute to medical practices. No claims have been made about the suitability of this stone or any stone for healing or for curing diseases. It’s important that if you’re in need of medical assistance, you consult with…

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