Sunday 20 September 2020

Carnelian (New Zealand, 1982)

Carnelian is a brownish-red semi-precious gemstone which has been used as a decorative and symbolic stone since at least 5000BC. Melted wax does not stick to carnelian so it became popular as a stone for sealing documents, particularly in Roman times. The name carnelian derives from cornelian, which relates to a type of cherry. If you believe in the powers of crystals, then carnelian is good for your self-esteem and courage and will also help you with your studies; it also helps the digestive system, regenerates tissue and revitalises the blood, apparently…

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