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  • Mary Magdalene Stone - Garnet Ring | 6.5

    SKU: 1

    Sterling Silver Ring, Size 6.5  and Garnet Stone Carats  2.120 

    Mary Magdalene Stone- Garnet (After the Ressurection)

     

    Handpicked, blessed and worn (for a short time)

    by Source Energy Worker Valeria Marie Tignini

     

    People ask me often what is Mary Magdalene's stone, and she wore many stones, just like she has a few symbolic flowers such as the lily and the rose. However, her main stone is Garnet.

     

    Garnet is the symbol of the "Blood of Christ" and his "Sacrifice for his Ascension" in Mary's lifetime. In each of us we carry energies throughout our lives depending on where we are in our life phases that resonate with the Earth's energies. Mary Magdalene went through many phases. But for most of her lifetime she resonated with Garnet, but at the end of her life, she resonated with diamonds. In between, she resonated with many other stones such as Amethyst, Emerald, Citrine, and Ruby and Pearls.

     

    It’s thought that the word granatum was the inspiration for the word garnet because it looks like pomegranate seeds. It's also symbolizing the red rose of Mary Magdalene.

     

    A spiritual stone of higher thinking and self-empowerment, it is also a stone of strength and safety.  Associated with the Base, Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus and Heart Chakras, Grossular Garnet is a deeply spiritual stone. Pyrope Garnet is a mesmerizing stone, described as "living fire.

     

    Garnets have a timeless beauty that’s been around for thousands of years. It’s not a gemstone that will disappoint in a few years. In fact, it’s a gemstone that the love of your life will want to give to her children and grandchildren.

     

    The Color of Love and the Heart

    The beautiful, rich color of red has always been associated with love and the heart. If you were to purchase a red, heart-shaped engagement ring imagine the joy on her face as you propose. It’s a literal symbol of the love you have for her. While it’s a traditional symbol of love, it’s an uncommon ring that she’ll cherish. Do not confuse Garnet for Ruby. That is another precious stone. Garnet is semi-precious.

     

    Garnet purifies the heart, lungs, blood and regenerates DNA. Garnet boosts the immune system and energy levels. A stone of commitment, Red Garnet represents love. It revitalizes feelings and enhances sexuality, bringing warmth, devotion, understanding, trust, sincerity, and honesty to a relationship. With the garnet stone, energy systems balance and the attitude is uplifted. In fact, the gemstone garnet is considered to be a lucky stone. It's lucky for love, lucky for success and even lucky for goals. Garnet should be worn with a complimentary stone-like, diamond, citrine, amethyst, emerald, pearls or ruby. 

     

    Garnets are incredibly durable with a hardness ranging from 6.5 to 7.5 on the Mohs Scale. The rich, red gemstone has a few meanings, which should interest someone looking for an engagement ring. It's associated with passion, fire, and love, but also loyalty. It's the birthstone for the month of January, too

     

     

      $53.00Price