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Stones By Month
Stones By Sign
Stones Traits
  • Abalone
    The chameleon of natural materials, abalone symbolizes the constant change of life. Abalone is hypnotic, mysterious, and adored.
  • Agate
    Agate is commonly used for protection and good fortune, especially while traveling. Agate promotes compassion, generosity, and self-confidence.
  • Amethyst
    Amethyst is a calming stone that encourages spirituality. It dissipates anger and fear, promotes sobriety, and instills inner peace.
  • Apatite
    Apatite enhances creativity and service to others. It promotes clear thinking while reducing frustration. It is believed to alleviate sorrow and depression.
  • Blue Topaz
    Blue topaz is a mystical and healing stone of truth. It enhances self-awareness and personal rejuvenation.
  • Calcite
    Calcite helps to clear negative energy and attract good vibrations. Calcite amplifies the energy flow through your body.
  • Carnelian
    Revered by ancient Egyptians, carnelian increases vitality, endurance, and acuity. It is believed to boost fertility and enhance sexuality.
  • Citrine
    Citrine aligns creative energies in the body, promoting hard work which leads to success and prosperity. It balances emotions and allows for happy spirit.
  • Clear Quartz
    Known for its healing properties, clear quartz deflects negative energy and attracts peace, especially at home.
  • Coral
    A gift from the sea, coral wards off bad spirits, nightmares, and misfortune. Legends speak of mermaids wearing coral as protective amulets.
  • Druzy
    Like its shimmering face, druzy reflects the light of its bearer onto others. It enourages spirituality and generosity, especially in service to others.
  • Ebony
    Used for thousands of years in Asia and Africa, ebony is known for its strength, beauty, and musical resonance.
  • Fluorite
    As the most structured crystal in nature, fluorite imparts balance and reasoning to its owner. This stone enhances concentration, intelligence, and discernment.
  • Garnet
    Garnet is a cleansing and energizing stone. It removes inhibitions, notably enabling truth in love and relationships.
  • Hematite
    Believed to aid blood related disorders, hematite balances the meridians of the body. It boosts willpower, confidence, and memory.
  • Horn
    Horn has been used for thousands of years in cultures worldwide as pieces of adornment. Horn is symbolic of bounty, fertility, health, and good fortune.
  • Jade
    A popular stone in Asia, jade is believed to bring hope, stability, and an abundance of good luck to its owner.
  • Labradorite
    Many turn to labradorite during times of stress or change. Labradorite encourages one to let the universe take its course and submit to a higher power.
  • Lapis Lazuli
    A stone with water elements, lapis lazuli reduces stress and stimulates clarity of thought. Lapis is believed to enhance the immune system and cleanse the body.
  • Lolite
    Often associated with the Third Eye, iolite is referred to as the vision stone. It affects intuition, clarity of thought, and responsibility.
  • Moonstone
    Bringing celestial characteristics to earth, moonstone is known for its effects on fertility, intuition, and emotions.
  • Mother of Pearl
    Bringing healing properties from the sea, mother of pearl is believed to relax and sooth emotions. It also promotes truth and wisdom with a clarifying influence.
  • Obsidian
    As strong as its black color, obsidian encourages exploration and new paths of discovery. It also reduces stress and tension while promoting compassion.
  • Pearl
    As a symbol of purity and innocence, pearls symbolize high personal integrity. Pearls are prized for their varied shapes and colors, making each one unique.
  • Peridot
    Peridot is a powerful cleanser of negative emotions such as jealousy, anger, spite, and greed. It encourages growth through an open heart.
  • Rose Quartz
    The stone of unconditional love, rose quartz energizes and creates warmth. This stone opens the heart to inner peace, self-love and trust.
  • Sodalite
    Sodalite promotes order and calm. Its cooling properties balance the metabolism and lower blood pressure.
  • Turquoise
    A holy stone in ancient times, turquoise brings good luck, protection, and strength. A common gemstone, it is a symbol of equality and friendship.
Symbols
  • CLOVER
    The four-leaf clover is believed to bring good luck to its finder. Each leaf represents a different gift: faith, hope, love, and luck.
  • BUDDHA
    Meaning “the awakened one”, a buddha symbolizes the attainment of higher knowledge and ideal conduct.
  • BUDAI
    In Chinese folklore, the Budai is usually depicted laughing. He is a symbol of happiness, plenitude, and contentment.
  • ELEPHANT
    A common symbol in religions and mythologies, elephants are associated with strength, intelligence, royalty, and war.
  • DRAGONFLY
    Dragonflies are symbols of courage, strength, and happiness, most often appearing in summer and autumn.
  • HORSE
    Associated with royalty, horses are also working animals, known for strength, loyalty, and sensitivity.
  • INFINITY CIRCLE
    Considered a perfect shape since ancient times, the circle is associated with the divine. It symbolizes eternity as it has no beginning and no end.
  • HEART
    The heart symbolizes the center of emotion, especially affection, love, and romance.
  • DAISY
    As one of the most prolific and hearty flower species, the daisy epitomizes strength and beauty in a single package.
  • OWL
    Dating to ancient Greece, owls represent wisdom and insight. Solitary creatures by nature, owls tend to hunt by night and sleep during the day.
  • STAR
    Whether a cosmic object, or a colorful sea creature, a star symbolizes hope, mystery, and regeneration.
  • ANCHOR
    Although a common symbol of strength and grounding, an anchor also represents hope or a fresh start.
Color Traits