Silence can have many faces:
There's silence of the wise - those that......listen instead of speaking, one who knows and does not need to prove it. It is silence of thoughts. This is the silence of Amethyst.
-There is the silence of self-discovery and introspection - it evaluates itself, knows itself and does not need to invoke replies of others so it can discover itself as in mirrors. It is a silence of Blue Topaz.
Silence of happiness - content with where it is, that silence is cheerful like flowers on a spring day. It is open and invites everyone to join it in the enjoyment of life and the beauty of the world. It is the silence of Peridot.
-Finally, there is silence of spirituality - it is only seemingly present, but it exists in several plains in the same time. It is aware of sounds in its silence, it feels that the sounds of the world are joined, and part of larger silence and serenity of the Universe. It is the silence of Moonstone.
United in this ring, these stones stand for the Sound of Silence.
Ancient Greeks believed amethyst could keep us safe from poisoning; many cups were coated with this mineral... Read more about Amethyst beliefs.
Two theories exist about the origin of the name topaz. The most widely accepted opinion is that this gemstone originated from the ancient Greek name of Topazios, island in the Red Sea... Read more about Topaz etymology.
Moonstone has achieved great popularity in the early 20th century with Art Nouveau jewellery becoming an interesting detail in men`s neckties, rings, stickpins and on women`s rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings... Read more about Moonstone in jewellery.
In ancient times, the main site of peridot was Topazos, an island that is now known as the island of St. John or Zabargad...Read more about Peridot in ancient time.
This ring is part of RubyCharm jewellery:
Colours of Rainbow collection
The colours of these gems merge and separate, to meet again, fusing to create new perspectives. Their energies are doubled in this combination, bringing entirely new meanings. The variety is endless, the number of possibilities, infinite. And each one, in its own way, embodies the same quality – beauty.
So Egyptians long believed that the sun god Ra, gave topaz it`s color. The Romans were also held to the belief that this stone owes its color to the sun, while in many European countries there is a widespread belief that topaz has strong solar energy. There are other beliefs related to topaz. The ancient Greeks believed in the exceptional strength of the stone, while the Renaissance man was ...Read more interesting facts about Topaz in history
How could she be more beautiful? . More beautiful than a goddess in the face of Helios, and even more beautiful silvered by Selene. Read complete interesting tale about Amethyst and Dionysus.
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