Turquoise has a long-standing history in the world that goes so far back as to predate its own name. Although the oldest piece of turquoise jewelry was found on a 7,500-year-old mummy, the name turquoise, meaning "Turkish stone," was not coined until the early 13th century. The stone was given this name because Europeans believed … Continue reading Turquoise: The Sky Stone
While much rarer than its bluer counterpart, White Turquoise and its blue/green sister have very similar energetic properties. This gemstone is a most efficient healer, providing solace for the spirit and well-being of the body. It is a protective stone and has been used for amulets for many years. White Turquoise promotes spiritual attunement and enhances communication … Continue reading December Birthstone Turquoise ~ Did You Know About White Turquoise?