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Topaz 2 crystals 15-19g

Topaz 2 crystals 15-19g

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Topaz is a silicate mineral of Aluminium and Fluorine. Common Topaz in colourless, though trace element impurities can make it pale blue, golden brown to yellow orange. Topaz in the market may be fake or has been treated with heat, or radiation, to make the stone deep blue, reddish-orange, pale green, pink, or purple. Topaz is the hardest silicate and one of the hardest naturally occurring crystals. It has a low refractive index which means it will not shine as brightly as other cut gemstones.
Topaz has been known and used for over 3000 years. The powers of Topaz have been the subject of lore since Roman times. A longstanding belief has been that Topaz cures insanity. In ancient Rome, it was believed that Topaz provided protection from danger to travellers. During the Middle Ages, it was believed that attaching Topaz to the left arm protected the owner from curses and warded off the evil eye. In Europe during this time, Topaz was held to enhance mental powers. Another long-standing belief is that wearing Topaz can increased body heat, and so provide relieve from colds and fever.
Topaz is a high vibration crystal and can have a direct impact on your life path.
Chakra: Third Eye, Crown
Colour: blue, colourless, dark orange, yellow orange
Emotional: trust
Mental/intellectual: insight, inspiration, presence, truth, wisdom
Physical: ageing, hormone imbalance
Spiritual: alignment, astral travel, attunement, awakening, communication, dreams, enlightenment, expansion, higher self, inner vision, knowledge, lucid dreaming, meditation, psychic abilities, transformation
Astrology: Sagittarius, Scorpio, Neptune
Number: 6
Birthstone: November
Crystal system: prismatic
Location: Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Namibia, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Russia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, USA, Zimbabwe
Rarity: rare
Mineral Class: silicates

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