39 NATURAL ZIRCON Gemstone / रत्न (Gemstone Astrology) at sawixucuzo.cf
Zircon is an important gemstone of many colors, and is an historical gemstone used for thousands of years. It is sometimes looked upon as a cheap Diamond simulant, but in actuality it can be a valuable gem. Its color diversity is caused by traces of certain impurities, some of which are radioactive. Zircon gemstones containing radioactive element traces undergo a process called metamiction, in which their inner crystal structure becomes It consists of concentrating energy into sharp focus and gifting its wearer a great feeling of confidence and strength.
It helps to erase negativity from inside and the feeling of deception. It helps the person to uncover lies and look for the facts for better life.
Astrologically you will get best results when worn in panch dhatu or silver ring or pendant. View: 36 12 24 36 Add to Cart. White Zircon 5. Turasava 5.
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Zircon is quite brittle and sensitive to knocks and pressure. Blue and green are the most desirable zircons. In the middle ages, Zircon was said to aid sleep, bring prosperity, and promote honor and wisdom for its owner. It can be used as an amulet for travelers.
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It would bring the wearer financial success, and protect him or her from being struck by lightning. Many believed in zircon's power to prevent the plague.
The gem was used in Greece and Italy as far back as 6th Century A. Zircons were being marketed as diamonds in the 14th century, after faceting began.