5.5 carats – It is often called the “stone of health.” It promotes health, peace and inner calm and is worn for communication, luck and love. The Turquoise Gemstone has long been believed to be a magical stone that connects spiritual awareness and develops inner strength and calm.
It is often called the “stone of health.” It promotes health, peace and inner calm and is worn for communication, luck and love. The Turquoise Gemstone has long been believed to be a magical stone that connects spiritual awareness and develops inner strength and calm.
Turquoise Gemstone has always been worn as a natural protection against the powers of darkness, even now it is used as the protective stone of pilots and air crews and many other occupations deemed as high risk.
It is generally accepted that turquoise gets its name from “pierre turquoise” a French phrase meaning “Turkish stone.” Others believe that the name comes from the Persian word “fiouze,” meaning the colour turquoise.
Ancient and yet always at the height of current fashion, turquoise was mined by early Egyptians as early as 6000 BC. For thousands of years, turquoise has been appreciated as a holy stone, talisman, and a good-luck-charm.
Apache Indians believed that turquoise gave warriors and hunters better aim and Zuni tribes believed that it protected them from demons. In Asia, turquoise was considered protection against the evil eye, while Tibetans carved turquoise into ritual objects.
Wherever in the world it is worn and loved, turquoise Gemstone is believed to promote prosperity and ideal for a person who wants to start a new business.
The world over, wherever Turquoise is found, the local people all have the tradition that this sky blue stone is THE Master Healer.
Turquoise Gemstone is par excellence for spiritual attunement, healing emotions and balancing the auric bodies. It is great for relieving and dissipating sadness or grief. There is an uplifting quality as well as a calming quality to Turquoise.
The Navajo and Hopi in Arizona value Turquoise as an attractor of prosperity and fertility of the soil. It is used all over as a great protector and provides strength during vision quests.
In addition to being the Master Healer, Turquoise is treasured as a powerful success and good luck stone.
In 1810 Napoléon Bonaparte presented his Empress Marie Louise with a wedding gift — a breathtaking crown of diamonds and turquoise. Originally the crown was made up of diamonds and emeralds, but Napoléon arranged to have all 79 emeralds removed and replaced with turquoise prior to giving the crown to Marie Louise.
Turquoise Gemstone has been used for a long time, since before 4000 BC; Turquoise is believed to give the wearer clarity, calm and the ability to start something new. It also brings spoils to the warrior, animals to the hunter, and happiness and good fortune to all.
**Medical Disclaimer** All Above mentioned Descriptions are according to Indian & Chinese Mythology & the seller takes no Responsibility whatsoever for any claim made in the Descriptions. Healing benefits of stones should not be intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional.