Amethyst Yoni Egg
Well-known and well loved the world over, amethyst is the most popular of all purple stones and among the most popular stones in the world. Very strong and very beautiful, amethyst has been a part of human history since ancient times and has been a popular addition to human adornment for more than two millennia.
Amethyst’s High-Energy Formation Process
Amethyst is a quartz stone with trace iron trapped inside the quartz crystal. The iron, during the stone’s formation, is irradiated by powerful gamma rays put out by the rock wherein the crystal is forming, which turns the iron from a brownish red to a distinct purple, coloring the quartz crystal throughout.
The amount of iron present, and the strength of the irradiation, determine the degree and distribution of the stone’s color, which is often not uniform, as amethyst can exhibit “color zones” with varying degrees and shades of purple appearing in the same crystal formation, with the deepest purples usually forming at the crystal’s termination point.
Amethyst is abundantly present throughout the world in small quantities, forming in sedimentary, igneous, metamorphic rock layers. Large deposits are found scattered throughout the world as well, most notably in North America, South America, Southeast Africa, and South East Asia.
Amethyst’s Presence in Human History
Amethyst is well-known in its many final forms, from polished stones and faceted gems to raw geodes which expose beautiful crystal formations. Amethyst has been used for everything from tools, weapons, and ceremonial instruments to beads, jewelry items, home décor, and objects of metaphysical practice. Its modern name has its roots in ancient Greece as a compound word from “not” and “intoxicated” where it was believed to ward off drunkenness.
Brazil and Uruguay are the largest miners of amethyst, where it is found in abundance. Sri Lanka, Russia, Myanmar, Korea, and locations in several other East Asian countries are also sources of amethyst, as well as in the United States and Canada.
Ancient Egyptians among other ancient civilizations used amethyst, and it was a popular stone for relief carving. Ancient Greeks carved drinking vessels from amethyst with the belief that the stone would allow them to continue drinking while minimizing the intoxicating effects of the alcohol.
The stone was significant in several ways throughout Middle Ages Europe: for example, soldiers believed in the protective and calming effects of amethyst and so they wore the stones into battle. English royalty used the stone extensively to denote their royal status. And in a general sense, amethyst was considered one of the most precious, or “Cardinal Stones”, valued above all others, at some times on part with diamond, ruby and sapphire. Elsewhere, Tibetans have long believed amethyst to be sacred to the Buddha, carving prayer beads from the stone and using them in meditative practice.
Amethyst’s Metaphysical Associations
Because of its long connotation for preventing intoxication, amethyst is strongly correlated with the strength and clarity of mind, body, and emotions, and by extension, is believed to assist in overcoming addiction, improving awareness and mental concentration, as well as providing protection in warding off evil thoughts and impulses and shielding against negative energy.
In addition, amethyst has long had a connotation with the divine. Cultures from the ancient Egyptians and Hebrews to ancient East Asian cultures employed amethyst as a means of connecting to god or the afterlife, whether in burial rites, holy temple construction, or in holy artifacts for prayer.
Amethyst Yoni Eggs
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