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Turquoise

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Receptive. Element: Earth. Lt blue/blue-green. A good general healer for all illnesses and excellent conductor (high copper). This gentle, cool, soothing stone is a Native American classic. It opens the throat chakra for open communication, creativity, serenity, spiritual bonding, upliftment; Opens the heart chakra for giving/receiving. Symbolizes our source (spirit/sky) and spiritual love for healing, help. On brow: Psychic connection to great spirit. Strengthens and aligns all meridians, chakras, and energy fields. Like amethyst, it protects and detoxes from alcohol, poison, pollution, x-ray/sun radiation. Ancient absorber of "negativity"; protection from "evil eye". Brings wisdom. Helps anorexia, headache, fear, etc. Throat, lungs, asthma, infections, teeth, TMJ, hearing, high blood pressure, creativity block, depression. Dull, paler=weaker. Works well with Chrysocolla, best with Silver. Used for healing on every continent! Androgynous, balances yin/yang. Fades in sunlight, sweat, oil, dishwater. Avoid bleach/chlorine!

Suggested Pdf Resources

turquoise trail - Reston Association
TRAIL MARKING GUIDE. THE TRAIL MARKING. PROGRAM was created and produced by the Reston Association.
Turquoise in the Life of American Indians
Turquoise in the Life of American Indians. Oksana Y. Danchevskaya.
A reexamination of the turquoise group - RRuff
and consists of six members: planerite, turquoise, faustite, aheylite, chalcosiderite and an ... Most samples of 'turquoise' are cation-deficient or are planerite.
Turquoise Reservoir - Colorado Parks and Wildlife
General Information: Turquoise Reservoir, a 1789 acre impoundment, offers good fishing for brown, rain- bow, cutthroat and lake trout. The reservoir has ...
turquoise - El Palacio
TURQUOISE. Stuart A. Northrop.

Suggested News Resources

Turquoise Mountain: Discovering Afghan Art
One of the most awaited museum exhibits of the year in the United States finally opened up in Washington, D.C., last weekend.
Turquoise trading hits all-time high
Turquoise, a pan-European equity platform majority owned by the LSE, traded European equities worth €9.86 billion on March 10, according to its own data. It beat the platform's previous daily record of €8.
How Turquoise Mountain is helping Afghan artisans preserve and pass on their
Turquoise Yachts Completes Refit On Indian Empress
Turquoise Yachts has completed the refit of the iconic 95 metre Oceanco-built superyacht Indian Empress. Launched in 2000, this extensive 6.4 million euro refit project at the Turquoise shipyard in Turkey has renewed one of the largest yachts in the world.
Turquoise Yachts completes the refit of 95m Indian Empress in record time
Mehmet Karabeyoglu, CEO of Turquoise, said, ”Apart from our experience and expertise, what we brought to the party was speed and flexibility. The owner wanted the boat for summer use, which gave us a narrow window of opportunity to finish the project.

Suggested Web Resources

Turquoise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The finest of turquoise reaches a maximum hardness of just under 6, or slightly more than window glass. Characteristically a cryptocrystalline mineral, turquoise  ...
Turquoise Gemstone | Turquoise Stone – GIA
Turquoise is an opaque colored stone that can be marketed both as a gem for jewelry & is found in only dry & barren regions on Earth.
Turquoise Meanings and Uses | Crystal Vaults
Items 1 - 12 of 41 The name Turquoise is derived from the French, pierre turquoise, meaning “ Turkish stone,” because the trade routes that brought Turquoise to ...
Turquoise - International Colored Gemstone
The turquoise is ancient, yet again and again it finds itself back in fashion. Its shining sky blue is one of the most popular trend colours in the world of jewellery  ...
Buy Loose Turquoise Gemstones at Wholesale Prices from GemSelect
Turquoise, the blue cousin to lapis lazuli, has been known and valued for thousands of years.