Art Of Bead

EMERALD – Gemstone of Venus


EMERALD – Gemstone of Venus because it is stone of love and compassion

Strengthens relationships

Prosperity & Abundance

Promotes cellular regeneration

Heals imbalances, head injury,

Promotes recovery from trauma

Forgiveness allowing deep healing, self-healing

Unconditional love and abundance from the universe

Healing physical life force, regenerating on a cellular level

Healing from energetic disturbances, EMFs,

neurotic dysfunction due to concussions,

infections, hormonal imbalance,

chemical sensitivities

Emerald is the birthstone for May.

Emerald is derived from a Persian word meaning “green gem”.
It changed from Greek to Latin as smaragdus,
then to esmaurde, esmralde, and in the 16th century to esmeralde.

Emeralds are ancient gemstones.
Through time, the Emerald has been known
as a symbol of truth and love. That’s the reason it has another beautiful name –

EMERALD – Gemstone of Venus!

In ancient Greece and Rome, Emerald was said to be
the gemstone of the goddess Venus, purveyor of love and hope.
The Emerald is also known as a stone of intuition,
associated with sight and the revelation of future events and truths.

The list of celebrated royalty who conspicuously displayed
this green gem includes no less a figure than Cleopatra.
Indeed, she may have done a great deal to popularize that connection.
The ancients considered these gemstones
sacred symbols of fertility and immortality.
Reportedly, Cleopatra adorned herself and her palace
with Emeralds and also gave them as gifts to foreign dignitaries.
Most likely, she intended this as a display of wealth and power.

CHAKRA: Heart – 4th – Anahata

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