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Pisces Jewelry

Pisces, the twelfth sign of the Zodiac, brings us the dreamers, artists and intuitive it belongs to the people who are born between February 23 and March 22. The zodiac jewelry is not only one of the fashionable accessories that tell you about your definite zodiac sign. The Sun sign of a person sway his personality which gets more developed by wearing the jewelry. A person born under this sign can wear pendant, bracelet, necklace, ring or charm made of many gemstones, but there is always one particular birthstone related to this Zodiac sign and i.e. Amethyst. Pisces is a water sign, and like its name is symbolized by two fish.

Other gemstones for Pisces zodiac sign are fluorite, blue lace agate, turquoise, aquamarine, opal, blood stone, and golden topaz

Pisces people sometimes can be oversensitive to the world around them. Pisces Zodiac jewelry will pull in the strengths of the entire zodiac and help you stay grounded. People love to wear Pisces Zodiac Sign Amulet it symbolizes properties like merciful, sensitive, spiritual, original, intuitive, generous.

Here we discuss the main birthstone of Zodiac sign Pisces:

Color: Amethyst come in a wide range of natural colors and shades including purple, bluish purple to reddish purple. In its purest form, Amethyst is colorless. Due to the absorption of selective wavelengths of the light which is also called body color, we get the Color.

Origin of the name: Amethyst gets its name from Latin amethystus, from Greek amethustos, from Middle English amatist, which means not drunk or intoxicating.

Narration: Amethyst is a magnificent reasonable purple gemstone. Purple has long been the color of sovereigns and dignity. It is a deep, passionate color that evokes emotions. People who long for purple colors are individuals who like to make an individual statement, and express their unique taste.

Stone history: it is said there is a small story behind the origin of amethyst, it comes long back from Greek legends: once when the wine-god Bacchus got insulted by a simple mortal. He promised the next mortal that will cross his path, will be assaulted by his brutal tigers. And then came along a stunning maiden named Amethyst. But the Goddess Diana had to turn Amethyst into a striking statue of quartz to save her life from brutal tiger's claws. Then apologetic Bacchus sobbed tears of wine over the stone maiden, which created a sparkling purple stone.

Amethyst is mined in Uruguay, Brazil, Siberia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Argentina, Bolivia, and some African countries. The healing properties of this birthstone are reputed to be effective for health problems relating to withdrawal symptoms of any sort of addiction - referred to as the "sobriety stone" as it was believed to prevent drunkenness and used to treat alcoholism and other types of addictions. Insomnia, Headaches, arthritis, circulatory system issues pain relief, and general healing Amethyst was considered to promote celibacy. Hence, amethyst was very vital in the ornamentation for churches in the middle Ages. Bishops are still seen wearing amethyst rings. Amethyst is related with many superstitions; it is regarded as love charm, and used as a protection against thieves.

The properties with which the Amethyst is associated are peace, stability, balance, courage, sincerity inner strength and a calm disposition.

The birthstone Amethyst is believed to conduct the energies of the planet Uranus with which it is sympathetic and that wearing jewelry containing the gemstone will focus the energies of the planet and sign through the gem.

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