This Aventurine Generator boasts the stunning natural colour characteristic of Green Aventurine. This piece has 6 edges at the point, making it a generator. Generators are thought to be wonderful to use in manifestation work and grids. Pair it up with some Clear Quartz to boost its energy!
Aventurine is believed to represent growth and vitality and are a great booster of confidence! Embrace new beginnings with Aventurine.
This generator sits without a stand at 8 cm tall.
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Green Aventurine Meanings
Vitality, growth, confidence
Elements:Â Water, Earth
Zodiac Signs:Â Virgo, Taurus
Green Aventurine Crystal Healing Properties
Green Aventurine meanings is that of spring bursting forth after a long, dark winter. It assists us in finding hope, joy and optimism in daily life. Aventurine helps us to release attachments to past events and to embrace change, growth, vitality and renewal.
History and Uses
Also called Adventurine, Avanturine, Aventurine Quartz, and Indian Jade. It gets its name from the Italian a ventura or allâ€™avventura, meaning â€œby chance,â€. It refers to the Italian iridescent sparkling glass from the 1700s, accidentally created by dropping metal filings into a vat of melting glass. Aventurine contains inclusions of mica or other minerals which give it a shimmering effect called aventurescence. It is most commonly green, due to inclusions of Fuchsite in the Quartz. However, it also forms in blue, red to reddish-brown, dusty purple, orange or peach, yellow, and silver grey. Aventurine was called the â€œstone of the Amazons,â€ because Amazonian warriors wore talismans of the Brazillian stone. Ancient Tibetans used Aventurine for the eyes of their statues to symbolically increase their visionary powers. They believed wearing Aventurine would improve eyesight and increase creativity. Historically, it has always been known as a lucky stone used to attract prosperity and good fortune. Also, it is believed to bring peace of mind and personal growth.
Aventurine is a member of the quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. Its green colour comes from the inclusion of Fuchsite particles in the quartz. Major deposits of Aventurine are found in Brazil, India and Russia.
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