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July - Ruby

Marc Choyt 07/01/2019

Offer a large ruby to the Hindu deity Krisna, the eternal child, and you will be reincarnated as an emperor. Offer a smaller ruby, and in the next life you'll be merely a king.


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June - Pearl

Marc Choyt 05/31/2019

The Pearl is a miraculous symbol of the healing process. The oyster, living in pure waters, transforms what is not part of itself, that small alien grain of sand, into something entirely different—which lovers of pearls might call divine.



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May: Emerald

Marc Choyt 05/06/2019

Emeralds have a powerful effect on human beings. According the myth and lore, emeralds bring vitality, fertility and clarity of vision into matters of love and also, business. 


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April - Diamond

Marc Choyt 04/01/2019

The diamond—a pure, essential form of carbon set in a ring and held by a man on his knees—represents commitment, fidelity and the beauty of matrimony. But the diamond has other traditions and uses as well, long forgotten.


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March: Aquamarine

Marc Choyt 02/28/2019

According to legend, Aquamarine originated in the treasure chest of the mermaids. This beautiful gem is March's birthstone, and has been reputed for ages to be a lucky stone for those who travel on or over water. Aquamarine carries the energy of courage and serenity, releasing anxiety and restlessness. 


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February: Amethyst

Marc Choyt 02/01/2019

Amethyst, the birthstone for February, is one of the master healing crystals. It embodies the energy of the violet flame—a unique spiritual energy that raises your vibration, propelling you into a more spiritual state of being.


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January: Garnet

Marc Choyt 01/01/2019

Garnet, January’s birthstone, has been worn for centuries as a protective and powerful talisman. It grounds spirit forces within the body and helps in the ability to work lovingly here on the earth plane. 


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December: Turquoise

Marc Choyt 12/01/2018

In 1981, in a small Tibetan village in the Himalayas of northern Nepal, I sat quivering in front of Wong Chu, a shamanic practitioner of the ancient Bonpo sect of Tibet. With his drums, bells, fire and chanting, he called in the local spirits on behalf of a sick villager while I watched silently in the corner of his stone hut. 


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November - Topaz

Marc Choyt 11/08/2018

Topaz was one of the original gems on the Breastplate of the Second Temple, inscribed with the name of one of the twelve tribes of Israel. The name "topaz" comes from the island Topazio, which is in the Red Sea. While many of the birthstones we know today have been changed over the millennia, topaz is one gem that is almost universally accepted as November’s birthstone.


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October - Opal

Marc Choyt 10/01/2018

Long, long ago, when the earth was young and elements were divine, the Storm God lolled about, playing amidst the wind and clouds in his luminous sphere. The rain came down in sheets, whipped through the sky, pelting the earth. Amid the lightning strikes, with black clouds riding the mountains and plains like emboldened dragons, the sunlight broke through the darkness. A rainbow appeared. The storm god grew angry and jealous of the rainbow's power. In a moment, he petrified it. Pieces of rainbow fell to the earth, becoming opals.


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September - Sapphire

Marc Choyt 09/08/2017

Sapphire makes a wonderful alternative to a diamond. When chosen for a wedding or engagement ring, it can assist in creating a balance of power in a relationship—helping couples communicate in a way that takes responsibility for each individual's own thoughts and actions. 


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August - Peridot

Marc Choyt 08/31/2017

If you are haunted by vague terrors in the night—those meandering demons, night hags and phantoms that wander bedside between the arsenic hours of two and four, when sleep is as illusive as hems from the moon's yellow skirt—peridot might be just the gem for you. 


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