Amethyst



Amethyst is by far and away one of the most popular crystals that people have today. Many people worldwide have a piece of Amethyst as a specimen, jewelry, thumb-stone, tumbled stone, etc.

This stone is fit to have a minute of peace and calming situation.


History of Amethyst

Due to its deep purple color, Amethyst is associated with Bacchus, the Greek god of wine. Large drinking vessels used for water and wine were often carved from this stone. Roman matrons believed that wearing Amethyst would help to guarantee fidelity. Cleopatra is said to have worn a ring made of Amethyst engraved with the image of Maend, a Persian god, who was considered a source of enlightenment and love.


How to use it?



The spiritual meaning of Amethyst is groundedness, tranquility, and calm. The literal meaning of Amethyst is “not intoxicated” – its name translates from the Greek word améthystos.

Psychics, mediums, and other divination practitioners also still hold Amethyst’s worth in high regard. They often decorate sacred altars and spaces with their incomparably beautiful violet designs.

Chakras - Third Eye Chakra, Crown Chakra

Birthstone - February

Zodiac - Virgo, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces

Planet - Jupiter

Element - Air, Water

Numerical Vibration - Number 3

Typical colors - light slightly-pinkish violet to a deep grape purple


※You should never use a crystal to replace the advice and treatment of a qualified healthcare professional.

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