Aquamarine 101

Aquamarine 101

Is there any thing prettier then a piece of Aquamarine! With its geourgous blue color it is a favorite for sure. Let get into what Aquamarine can do for you and the lore behind this precious stone. 

The Lore -

Aquamarine has a long history. Ancient Greeks and Romans admired its beauty and even attributed its existence to their gods. In one story, Poseidon is said to have made it out of seawater, giving Aquamarine it's name.

Fishermen saw aquamarine as protective stone, and a mermaids treasure. Helping them navigate the seas and get back home safely.

Romans looked to aquamarine to turn enemies into friends, and to help tell the future.

In the Middle Ages aquamarine was rumored to protect its wearer from poisoning, a common concern at the time. In response, many rulers wore an aquamarine ring or other jewelry. 

 Lastly, aquamarine is a lover’s stone. In Buddhism, it is the traditional gift from a husband to his wife the day after their wedding, because it is believed to promote a happy marriage. Medieval Christians also believed that aquamarine makes for a happy marriage. 

Prince Harry Gifted Megan Markle his mothers Aquamarine ring on their wedding day. 

Aquamarine Meaning - 

Aquamarine is a stone of courage.  Its calming energies reduce stress and helps quiet the mind.  It can invoke tolerance of others and helps you overcome being  judgmental of others. It can give support to those overwhelmed by responsibility.  Clarifies perception, sharpens the intellect and clears confusion. 

Useful for closure on all levels.  Promotes self-expression.  Soothes fears and increases sensitivity.  Sharpens intuition and opens clairvoyance. 

Aquamarine is a wonderful crystal for meditation.  It shields the aura and aligns the chakras.  Highly protective during pregnancy, it helps to guard both mother and baby from harm.


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