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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.
    The four-leaf clover is believed to bring good luck to its finder. Each leaf represents a different gift: faith, hope, love, and luck.
    Meaning “the awakened one”, a buddha symbolizes the attainment of higher knowledge and ideal conduct.
    In Chinese folklore, the Budai is usually depicted laughing. He is a symbol of happiness, plenitude, and contentment.
    A common symbol in religions and mythologies, elephants are associated with strength, intelligence, royalty, and war.
    Dragonflies are symbols of courage, strength, and happiness, most often appearing in summer and autumn.
    Associated with royalty, horses are also working animals, known for strength, loyalty, and sensitivity.
    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.
    The heart symbolizes the center of emotion, especially affection, love, and romance.
    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.
    Although a common symbol of strength and grounding, an anchor also represents hope or a fresh start.
Color Traits