March 11, 2018 1 min read


Probably the oldest of all Gemstones used in Jewellery, beads dating back 5000BC were found in Iraq and the Egyptians were mining Turquoise in Sinai back in 3200BC.

To the Ancient Egyptians, Turquoise represented powerful protection.

It was associated with Hathor, the Goddess of motherhood, dance, and music. Turquoise was often found in tombs and burial objects, presumably to protect the deceased on his journey to the afterlife. For example, the burial mask of King Tutankhamun features intricate Turquoise inlay.



Turquoise aids in the communication of wholeness and truth.
Being the throat Chakra stone it also helps speak the truth far more easily. Fantastic for those who are shy helping them speak openly, flowingly and honestly. A wonderful stone for speakers and those who suffer from stage freight.

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Turquoise is a balancing stone that evokes serenity and peace therefor great to wear for overall well being and positive mood, restores vitality and relieves stress.

Turquoise Collar by Amanda Marcucci

It can also help with compassion and selfishness thus help you be more  generous and kind.

SPIRITUAL Turquoise teaches us that wholeness can only come from life's experiences wether they be good or bad. 

EMOTIONAL No regrets! self-acceptance and self-forgiveness.

BODYIncreases the prana in the body and oxygenates the blood.

AFFIRMATION From my heart and my wholeness, I speak the truth with clarity, certainty and Love.


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