October 04 2019 – Adrian Jade
Ancient warriors and spiritual leaders in various cultures understood and harnessed the powers of natural gemstones. Spanning from the Great Pyramid of Cheops that boast as the lone limestone wonder of the ancient world, to the Indus Valley warriors who wore Onyx beaded bracelets, there
Our ancestors tapped the power of these natural gemstones and used it for architectural, healing, spiritual, religious and social reforms.
Accessorizing your wardrobe with beaded bracelets made with natural gemstones can also help you excel and discover your hidden powers.
Bible also advocates that natural gemstone beads are necessary for spiritual growth. Wearing men’s beaded bracelets is said to reflect the glory of
Egyptian Folklore using Lapis Lazuli beaded bracelets
Ancient Egyptian culture boasts therapeutic qualities of stones like Lapis Lazuli, Onyx and Quartz. Although the meanings are spiritual, Egyptians believed that Lapis Lazuli stones must be adorned on their King and Queen to enhance the ruler’s enlightenment.
Bible states that the High Priest wore Lapis Lazuli as the fifth stone on his breastplate too.
History has many times misnamed the stone like sapphire, but the medicinal qualities of the stone make it distinct. Including the sarcophagus of King Tut laid with Lapis and the scarabs of ancient Egypt, Lapis Lazuli was known to be a natural stone that uplifted the status of its wearer to God!
Quartz beads in Greek Mythology
Popular as the ‘light of mankind’ in history, Quartz is a natural stone that was vital to Greek mythologies. Until the 16th century Greeks were known to hail clear quartz as equivalent to ice from the heavens. The natural stone is known to have been smeared on the soldiers to make them invincible in the combats.
Named after the Earth Mother Goddess of Greek mythology, quartz also honours the Hindu Goddess of Kundalini or ‘life force’ and light goddess of Rome or Latona. Egyptians are also known to have buried their bodies in quartz for a safe voyage into the afterlife.
Moonstone bead bracelets in Ancient Indian Culture
The ancient secrets of
Shop for amazing moonstones here and wear it to open the heart and keep yourself faithful in commitments. In fact, myths also vouch that the wearer can discern the future when looked through the natural stone during the waning moon phase.
Turquoise bead Jewelry amongst the Aztec's
In South American history, primarily among Aztecs and Incas, the importance and omnipotence of Turquoise are inevitable.
Emerald beads used in Roman cultures
Roman history has known to revere endless talismans and totems for luck, prosperity and power. Nevertheless, the civilization also celebrated the health effects that the natural stones had on its wearer.
While Christianity vouches for emerald as the stone of resurrection, Romans believe that wearing emerald increased the fertility of the wearer. Ancient Alchemy is another mysterious prophecy that highlights the ultimate recipe for enlightenment and transformation on an ‘Emerald Tablet’. Romans used the natural stone extensively to cure eye problems, fear, boost memory and feel happy.
Graphite was yet another favorite of Roman artisans and is infamous by the giant Roman Pantheon entirely built of the same natural stone.
Jade beads in the Chinese
The mysterious healing powers of ancient Chinese medicine are often grounded to the explicit leverage of a natural stone called Green Jade. Entrenched in history, Jade is known to have assisted in 5000 years of healing in Chinese Medicine. The Chinese believed that green Jade also had the ability to lure luck as well as
Yet another important natural stone important to China is Amber, believed to be the soul of the tiger.
With historic emperors like Kublai Khan having sacrificed a city for
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