I wish, as well as everybody else, to be perfectly happy; but, like everybody.....else, it must be in my own way. This unity of Pink Opal, Moonstone, Pearl and Clear Quartz transmits these undying words of Jane Austen by energy of the Earth, and can serve as reminder that for happiness, we need both.
Pearls were present in aquatic cosmology and sexual symbolism for centuries. They are participants in the secret powers of water. Pearls used to be an omen of power, of procreation and of transcendental reality; today western civilisation considers them a mere precious stone...Read about Pearl power
If the stone is more transparent, more blue in its adularescence, the bigger the value will be. By far the most beautiful and valuable moonstones are those which are colourless, transparent and have a strong blue sheen...Read more about Moonstone value
For thousands of years mankind was captivated by magic and poetic games of opal colours, born under the influence of light. Precisely because of its elusive colours, opal was for centuries considered to be the most mystical stone...Read more about Opal mysteries
Quartz was represented in the mythology of Australian Aborigines and the American Indians. It was used as a talisman. Often it is found in tombs in Europe, such as in Ireland, and was probably part of the ritual burial. The Irish called quartz "grian cloche" which means "stone of the sun."...Read more about Clear Quartz myth
This pendant is part of RubyCharm jewellery:
Out of Seashell collection
From ancient times these gems were symbols of creation and genesis. Fetched from that cradle of life, the sea, they were dedicated to the powerful and brazen goddesses of love, and to the life-giving feminine power, which man does not and cannot understand. The power of these jewels is felt on the palm of your hand, and in your eyes and heart.
Clear Quartz long forgotten myth
Have you ever heard a story about fairies that roam mountain ranges, and enchant passing travelers? Here it is..
On a winter’s night the door to the inn opened unexpectedly, turning every head with curiosity. The guests were bewildered; no one recognised the stranger filling the doorway. Although nothing about the stranger seemed too peculiar or odd, the fact that nobody knew him was so surprising that a blanket of silence fell over the room. Strangers rarely wandered these roads and seldom visited the small secluded village with its sole inn, the only building with welcoming light spilling out into the dark street. The man hunched and shivered beneath his long cloak, which was the only thing that offered respite from the cold. The critical and dismissive faces of the villagers only added to the cruelty of the harsh night....Read complete Clear Quartz story
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