Art Of Bead

RED AGATE – Cleanses Aura

Red Agate

RED AGATE Cleanses Aura and  Stabilizes It

What are other characteristics of Red Agate?

Eliminates and transforms negativity

Enhances mental function

Improves concentration, perception and analytical abilities

Soothes and calms

Healing inner anger or / and tension

Creates a sense of security and safety

What are Emotional Characteristics of Red Agate?

It brings vitality to move forward in the future.
An amazing gemstone to bring up and
lit the fire in your heart once again.
Agate also called the warriors stone by many.

It is a unique crystal and can dissipate
the negative energies from your body and spirit,
Red Agate also helps to cleanse
the bad vibrations to make you feel better.
It eradicates negativity and pessimism too.
So, if you’re worried you’re under an energy attack and
curse or evil eye, Red Agate can help you too.

The various colors mean that Agate can have
a wide range of emotional and physical influences.
So, Generally it is a soothing and calming gemstone.
Agate can relieve tension and anger.
It improves concentration, memory and awareness
of surroundings and rational thought – so,
the whole mental health in fact. Because Red Agate cleanses aura and stabilizes it, it makes this gemstone very valuable in jewelry making industry and hobbies.

Red Agates protect the primary chakra of
our human body and usually called the root chakra.
A place located in the coccyx region,
usually on the perineum and genitals.
Red Agates promotes safety, grounding, and vitality.
Also, influence the other points of energy within the body.

The traditional birthstone chart associates
Agate with Taurus and Gemini.
Our spiritual and mystical interpretation of
birthstones also links Agate with Gemini,
even though Agate is only an auxiliary stone
of this sign (Tiger’s Eye being the main birthstone of Gemini).

Etymology and History

So, the stone was given its name by Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and naturalist, who discovered the stone along the shore line of the Dirillo River or Achates in Sicily, sometime between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.

Ancient Use

Agate is one of the most common materials used in the art of hard stone carving, and has been recovered at a number of ancient sites, indicating its widespread use in the ancient world. So, for example, archaeological recovery at the Knossossite on Crete illustrates its role in Bronze AgeMinoan culture.

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