Labradorite, Moonstone, and Aquamarine


Labradorite, Moonstone, and Aquamarine Earrings.

Designed by Dee and set in German Sterling Silver. 2 3/4″ long.

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Labradorite, Moonstone, and Aquamarine Earrings.

Designed by Dee and set in German Sterling Silver. 2 3/4″ long.

Labradorite with striking “Blue Rays” Phenomenal color, Labradorite derived its name from the Labrador Peninsula, which is an original source of Canadian variety of feldspar stone. It is a hard crystalline mineral that is reputed for its capability to display a wide variety of colors when light strikes it. It produces reflections of blue, green, yellow, violet, red and orange.
Named for its moon-like sheen, Moonstone is a Feldspar mineral exhibiting a soft, watery opaqueness and a silvery-white reflection called chatoyancy that moves as a line across the surface as light varies. Moonstone occurs in delicate shades of peach, blue, gray, white and a prismatic variety known as Rainbow Moonstone.

Astrological Signs: Sagittarius, Scorpio, and Leo
Also known as a Spectrolite

Labradorite often, displays spectral colors, and due to the interference of light rays from the plate like composition, causes Labradorite to flame with broad patches of peacock blue, coppery red or dusty gold Labradorescence.
this mineral protects one’s aura, and helps to keep the aura clear, balanced, protected, and free from energy leaks. It assists in the alignment of the subtle bodies, enhancing the connection between the physical and the ethereal realms.
The energy of Labradorite facilitates the transformation of intuition into intellectual thought such that one can implement the instructions provided. It assists one to traverse changes, attracting strength and perseverance. It has been known as the matriarch of the subconscious mind, providing instructive sessions to the user concerning the implementation of inner messages in the utilization of the same in the physical demand. It can help provide clarity to the inner sight, instilling a passionless peace of imperturbability via the annihilation of disturbing thoughts.
It also symbolizes the moon and helps one to advance, without restraint, through the cycles of progression, heralding the arrival of ascension. It also symbolizes the sun, providing for vitality and for a sense of “self” during transitions, and promoting refinement of action and discernment in direction.
It unites the personal self with the understanding required to both realize and achieve the destiny of this life, relieving insecurity and apprehension, while enhancing faith and reliance in oneself and the absolute purity of the universal harmony.
It assists one in eliminating aspects of familiarity which obscures thought and blurs instinct, helping one with originality and precision and bringing uniqueness without judgment to one contemplative patterns.
It assists in inspiring one to introduce the teachings of other worlds to this world of love and light, bringing assimilation and illumination to further the advancement of humanity.

Chakra: All
Ray: (Sagittarius) 4th Harmony through Conflict, 5thConcrete Science, 6th Idealism/Devotion (Scorpio) 4th Harmony through Conflict, (Leo) 1st Will or Power, 5th Concrete Science
Planet: (Sagittarius) Jupiter, (Scorpio) Mars, ((Leo) Sun
Element: Wind
Vibrates to the numbers: 6 and 7

Astrological Signs: Cancer, Libra & Scorpio

The energy of moonstone is balancing, introspective, reflective, and lunar. It is capable of helping one with the changing structures of one’s life on the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual physical/matter levels. The energy guides us to take those first steps, by allowing one to understand that as one passes out of one level we begin anew within another and not to create fear of the unknown.
Is a stone for intuiting, and understanding that through intuition and emotional experience, one synthesizes the intellectual reasoning creates that superior field of movement. It stimulates the intuitive/intellectual flow that moves recognition from strictly feeling to apply intuitive knowledge with a practical sense with ease. It also enhances perception by way of discernment to enable one to make decisions painlessly to further one’s development while beginning to master the illusive cause and effect cycle.
It can be used to temper emotional tension and anxieties and provide positive attributes of creativity and self-expression.
It cleanses negativity from the chakras, enhancing as well as balancing the feminine aspects of one’s nature while providing for spiritual nourishment and sustenance, while allowing empathy to guide one through all changes one desires to bring through at any given time.

Chakra: 6th Third-Eye, 7th Crown
Ray: 3rd Active intelligence, 7th Ceremonial Order, 4th Harmony through Conflict
Planet: Moon, Venus, Mars
Element: Wind
Vibrates to the number: 4

Aquamarine Gemstone meaning;
Aquamarine evokes the purity of crystalline waters, and the exhilaration and relaxation of the sea. It is calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth, trust and letting go. In ancient lore, Aquamarine was believed to be the treasure of mermaids, and was used by sailors as a talisman of good luck, fearlessness and protection. It was also considered a stone of eternal youth and happiness. [Simmons, 49] Today it protects all who travel by, over, or near water, and opens the channels of clear and heartfelt communication.

The name Aquamarine comes from the Latin aqua marinus, meaning “water of the sea,” and refers to its sparkling ocean-like color. The pale blue, transparent crystal is a member of the Beryl family. Its color, sometimes bluish green, is caused by iron oxides within the chemical makeup of the stone. Ancient seer considered it to be under the influence of the moon, an orb exerting very great magnetic influence. Present day supporters of crystal-gazing suggest that when using an Aquamarine to view coming events, do so when the moon is increasing. The magnetism of the moon on the included iron oxides will strengthen the stone’s forecasting ability.

Aquamarine embodies all things connected to the sea, as well as those things relating to Heaven reflected on the surface of the water. It becomes a mirror, reflecting itself indefinitely, making it possible to discover hidden meanings of reality. As a stone of symmetries, it is conducive for meditation and revelation, a stone of prophets, shamans, healers, and mystics. It also allows us to explore the darkest depths of our souls, face to face with ourselves, and with others.[Megemont, 31-32]

Aquamarine is the blue variety of Beryl, though the Beryl family forms in other colors used as gems, such as green Emerald, yellow Heliodor and Golden Beryl, pink Morganite, Red Beryl or Bixbite, and the colorless variety, Goshenite.

This is the stone to help you be in touch with your spiritual being. This stone is used in deep meditations.

Aquamarine has been called “Water of the Sea”, because of its color. The aquamarine is the stone of sailors, believing it would be protection for them on water. Folklore says the aquamarine will protect against gossip. It is also said the aquamarine will pick up spirits. It is an excellent stone to use for meditating.

Aquamarine is most powerful as a meditation stone, as it brings a great peace and serenity. Some people can meditate on an Aquamarine to receive the wisdom to see truth, but this is a very advanced meditation.

Aquamarine is metaphysically known as a stone of courage and fortitude. It is said to assist with quick intellectual response. It gives peace, and shielding for the aura. Aquamarine is reputed to assist with calming communication issues. Mystical and folk lore states that it is attuned to the sea, and protects travelers on water, and sailors. Aquamarine is associated with the throat chakra.

Healing properties of Aquamarine

Aquamarine is often associated with the thymus gland. It is very soothing worn as a necklace. Healers use it to help reduce fluid retention. It has been used to calm the nerves.

The Romans used the aquamarine for diseases of the stomach, and believed it could cure liver and throat troubles.


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