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Writers of the middle Ages claimed aquamarine was the most popular and
effective of the “oracle” crystals. When cut as a crystal ball, it was
thought to be a superior stone for fortune telling. Many methods of
using the stone as a divining tool were described in ancient literature.
One method involved hanging a stone by a thread over a bowl of water,
just touching the surface. The inner edge of the bowl was covered with
the characters of the alphabet. The diviner was to hold the top of the
thread and allow the stone to hit certain letters, which would spell out
answers to an important question, sort of like a ouija board. Another
method was to cast a crystal into a bowl of pure water. The disturbances
in the water would reveal messages on the surface of the liquid.
Aquamarine’s powers of revelation were also said to help one in search
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A natural born leader, the Falcon can always be looked upon for
clear judgment in sticky
situations. Furthermore, the characteristics for this Native American
animal symbol never wastes time, rather he/she strikes while the iron
is hot, and takes action in what must be done. Ever persistent, and
always taking the
initiative, the Falcon is a gem of a personality to have for projects or
team sports. The
Falcon can be a little on the conceited side - but he/she is usually
right in his/her opinions
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the Falcon "soars" in
his/her ability to maintain passion and fire in relationships, and
compassionate. Left to his/her own devices, the Falcon can be vain,
impatient, and over-sensitive.
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The Sumerians, Egyptians, and Hebrews also admired and valued aquamarine
greatly. It was a symbol of happiness and everlasting youth. In the
Christian era, the aquamarine was identified with the Apostle, St.
Thomas, because it “imitated the sea and the air” and the Saint “made
long journeys by sea, even to India, to preach salvation.” Identifying a
certain jewel with one of the twelve apostles was a common practice at
that time. William Langland’s “The Vision Concerning Piers and the
Plowman,” from 1377, mentions the aquamarine as an antidote for poison.
This antidote was widely known throughout Europe. Because there was a
wide amount of poisonings amongst royalty at the time, the gem was in
popular demand just for that purpose. It was not necessary to pulverize
the stone, as it was/ is with other gemstones. Simply wearing the stone
as a pendant or in a ring was just as effective.
There are many myths and legends about the aquamarine stone. The Romans
believed that if the figure of a frog were carved on an aquamarine, it
served to reconcile enemies and make them friends. Another Roman legend
stated that the stone absorbs the atmosphere of young love: “When
blessed and worn, it joins in love, and does great things.” Aquamarine
was also considered the most appropriate morning gift to give to a bride
by her groom following the consummation of their marriage. The Greeks
and the Romans knew the aquamarine as the sailor’s gem, ensuring the
safe and prosperous passage across stormy seas. In Medieval times, the
stone was thought to reawaken the love of married couples. It was also
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Awesome Aquamarine! Aquamarine " The Stone Of Enlightenment"
I am helpful in understanding underlying emotional states and
interpeting how you really feel. I sooth fear and increase sensitivity.
Wear me close to your heart and feel the sea, recalling dolphin dances
with childlike delight