Emerald Half Polished Point #3

Emerald Half Polished Point #3

Emerald half polished points, listed as 'Sold As Seen' at La Luna, this is piece number 3.


Crystals shaped into points focus and direct a crystals energy via the apex of the tip, with a cut base like these the crystal's energy will be radiated out into the room where you place one...see below for info on this crystal's wonderful energy.


Key words: Love, Growth, Peace, Truth, Harmony, 

Chakras: Heart

Element: Water

Zodiac Sign: Cancer, Gemini, Taurus

Birthstone: May


Emerald Crystal Healing Properties:

Emerald is the crystal of inspiration and patience, also commonly known as the crystal of “successful love.” Emerald is harmonising and fosters domestic bliss and loyalty, enhancing unity, unconditional love & partnership. Not just for romance though, this crystal is great for promoting good friendships too. Emerald’s loving vibrations resonate with the energies of hope, encouragement, and abundance. a crystal of vitality and flow as its balancing energies help to eliminate negativity and directs us to positive action. Boasting courage, by encouraging us to move forward with confidence and a strong heart. Opening us up to the experience of giving and receiving divine love and compassion from others. Emerald may enhance psychic abilities and open clairvoyance channels. This beautiful green gem can Guide us to enjoy life to the fullest.  Emerald is a crystal of wisdom, promoting discernment, truth, and aiding eloquent expression and clear communication.


Emerald History and Uses:

Emerald has been a source of fascination and reverence in many cultures for over six thousand years, sold in the markets of Babylon as early as 4,000 B.C. It was a crystal worshipped by the Incas, believed by the Chaldeans to contain a goddess, and was highly honoured in all major religions for its spiritual power and beauty. Emerald was considered a symbol of eternal life in ancient Egypt, a gift of Thoth, the god of wisdom, and was a favourite jewel of Queen Cleopatra. The Emerald mines in Upper Egypt, rediscovered a hundred years ago, are some of the oldest in the world and were called Cleopatra’s mines for her love of the stone. Emeralds were also talismans of Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Charlemagne, and the moguls of India. They’ve adorned the crowns and royal jewels of many countries for centuries, and fabulous collections and stunning gems continue to be treasured and displayed by the rich and famous today.


Emerald Geological Description:

Emerald is a gemstone and a variety of the mineral beryl, coloured green by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium. Beryl has a hardness of 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale. Most emeralds are highly included, so their toughness is classified as generally low. Emerald is a cyclosilicate. In gemology,[7] colour is divided into three components: hue, saturation, and tone. Emeralds occur in hues ranging from yellow-green to blue-green, with the primary hue necessarily being green. Yellow and blue are the normal secondary hues found in emeralds. Only gems that are medium to dark in tone are considered emeralds; light-toned gems are known instead by the species name green beryl. The finest emeralds are approximately 75% tone on a scale where 0% tone is colourless and 100% is opaque black. In addition, a fine emerald will be saturated and have a hue that is bright (vivid). Grey is the normal saturation modifier or mask found in emeralds; a greyish-green hue is a dull-green hue.

Emeralds are found all over the world in countries such as Afghanistan, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Italy, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Russia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Tanzania, the United States, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. In the US, emeralds have been found in Connecticut, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, and South Carolina.[1] In Canada, in 1997 emeralds were discovered in the Yukon.


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