Turquoise, Moonstone, Topaz Pendant
Add this Turquoise, Moonstone,Topaz Pendant to your gemstone jewellery collection now. This pendant shows off gorgeous tones of natural vibrant blue which is highlighted by the cabochon polished Moonstone and faceted Blue Topaz.
This Turquoise, Moonstone & Topaz Pendant would pair up nicely with one of our leather or silver chains here.
Wholesome, communication, spiritual expansion
Zodiac Signs: Scorpio, Sagittarius, Pisces
Birthstone: June, July, December
Wedding Anniversary: 5th, 6th, 11th year
Turquoise Crystal Healing Properties
Turquoise is believed to be a stone for finding wholeness and truth. Also, it is thought to aid in the communication and manifestation of those qualities. It represents the wisdom that comes from all of life’s experiences. It reminds us that wholeness can only come when we are willing to embrace the totality of who we are and what we have learned. This crystal is a stone of self forgiveness, self acceptance and the release of useless regrets.
History and Uses
Turquoise is a 16th century French name “pierre turquoise” meaning Turkish stone. It was bought in the Turkish bazaars on the trade route from Iran, where it was mined, to Europe. It comes in a range of blue to green hues. The blue colour indicates a higher copper content. Meanwhile, green colour is associated with zinc or iron impurities and very light blue to almost white stones have higher aluminium concentrations. This crystal has been revered by many different cultures throughout history. Including, the Egyptians, Persians, Aztecs, Native North and South Americans. Tibetans and Chinese have been cited to use it as long ago as 5,000 BC. It has been regarded as a power stone, bringing protection from accidents and good fortune. Native Americans believed it to connect them with the great spirit of the sky, helping their minds to become one with the Universe and its infinite possibilities.
Turquoise is a copper aluminium phosphate mineral with a hardness of 5 to 6. Good quality Turquoise can be found in Iran, Afghanistan, Australia, Tibet and the South-western United States.
From my heart and my wholeness, I speak my truth with clarity, certainty and love.
Other Crystal Meanings
Mystery, self discovery, intuition, insight, dreams, the Goddess
Chakras: Third eye and crown
Birthstone: June, August, September
Zodiac Signs: Cancer, Libra, Scorpio
Wedding Anniversary: 13th year
Moonstone Crystal Healing Properties
Moonstone encourages us to pay attention to the cycles of our lives. It celebrates the milestones and rites of passage that each new cycle brings. Similarly, it teaches us to let go of frustrations and to surrender to the flow of the natural progress. This crystal encourages us to nurture ourselves in accordance with the current stage of one’s creation. Also, it connects us with deep intuition and psychic awareness. As its name states, it allows us to embrace the ebb and flow of the moon. Lastly, it is believed to be helpful in stabilising female hormones, and for males to become attuned with subtle hormonal shifts during the different moon phases.
History and Uses
Moonstone is named for its translucent sheen and colour, reminiscent of moonlight. It is found in various colours and shades of white, brown, peach, cream, and a pearly grey colour. Rainbow Moonstone displays a chatoyancy which reflects all the colours of a rainbow. This is also the most commonly found colour of this stone.
For thousands of years, this crystal has represented a connection to the cycles of the moon. Records show these crystals have been found as jewellery from ancient Rome and Asia. Traditionally, it was used as a travellers’ protection stone. In India, it was used as a fertility stone and was often given as a wedding gift to inspire passion. According to legend, this crystal can help predict the future when it is placed under the tongue during Full Moon.
Moonstone is a feldspar mineral, a potassium aluminium silicate with a hardness of 6 to 6.5. Its crystal system is monoclinic and prismatic. It is found in Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Burma, Australia, India and the United States.
I respect and stay in tune with life cycles
Blue Topaz Meanings
Enhancement of mind and communication
Chakras: Throat, third eye
Birthstone: August, November, December
Zodiac Signs: Sagittarius, Virgo
Wedding Anniversary: 4th year – Blue Topaz, 23rd & 50th year – Imperial Topaz
Blue Topaz Crystal Healing Properties
Blue Topaz reflects the energy of the mind and knowledge. Similarly, it gently facilitates the communication of visions and knowledge to others. This crystal is believed to stimulate our ability to learn and to think through complex concepts and ideas. It helps calm the mind for meditation and is soothing to the emotional body. Also, Blue Topaz is believed to support the general health of the neck and throat.
History and Uses
There are different ideas about the origin of the name Topaz. Some believe it is named after the island of Topazios, now called Zabargad, in the Red Sea where Chrysolite was mined. The ancient Greeks named the island, which means “to seek”, possibly because it was difficult to find in the mists. Contrariliy, others believe the name Topaz comes from the ancient Indian Sanskrit word tapas meaning fire, referring to the golden colour of Imperial Topaz.
Topaz comes in a range of colours including colourless (white) to yellow, orange, red-brown, light to dark-blue, pink to red, violet and light-green.
Ancient Egyptians and Romans associated Golden or Imperial Topaz with the sun god because of its colour. Ancient Greeks believed it could increase men’s strength and virility. In ancient Indian tradition it was believed to activate the throat chakra, enhancing self-expression. Nowadays, Topaz can be irradiated and heat treated to enhance the colour of the stone.
Topaz is an aluminium silicate fluoride hydroxide crystal with a hardness of 8. Topaz is found in the USA, Brazil, Africa, Sri Lanka, Russia, Burma, Australia, Japan, Madagascar and Mexico.
I perceive and express my intuitive insights with clarity and precision.