Tree of Life Pendants


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The Tree of Life appears in the Genesis narrative just after God has completed the creation of Adam and Eve. Then God plants the Garden of Eden, a beautiful paradise for the man and woman to enjoy. God places the tree of life in the middle of the garden.

Black Tourmaline: Tourmaline is a crystalline boron silicate mineral with several elements compound within it, such as aluminum, iron, sodium, lithium, magnesium or potassium. It occurs naturally in a wide variety of colors, usually black but lithium rich varieties can be almost any color, even pink, green, blue, yellow and more.

Citrine: Heat treated Citrine is simply heat treated Amethyst or smoky quartz. According to various sources, 90-95% of the Citrine on the market is heat treated because Natural Citrine is rare. Heat treated Amethyst or smoky quartz will have a more reddish tone in the crystal, as opposed to a natural Citrine’s cloudy or smoky appearance.

Blue Kyanite: Kyanite is a blue aluminosilicate mineral, typically found in aluminium rich metamorphic or sedimentary rocks. It is also known as Disthene, Rhaticite, and Cyanite. Kyanite forms in blue blades within quartz and gets its name from the color cyan, which comes from Ancient Greek, for dark blue and symbolizes transformation.

Amethyst: a variety of quartz, ranges from light purple to dark purple. It is the traditional birthstone for February and was used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to denote royalty and high class. Amethyst is one of the more well-known, popular crystals and is considered the most highly prized variety of quartz. Amethyst is a symbol of royalty.

Pink Garnet: Garnet is a group of silicate minerals and has been used since the Bronze Age. All species of Garnets possess similar physical properties and crystal forms, but differ in chemical composition. Garnets are found in many colors including red, orange, green, blue, pink, and colorless. Garnet symbolizes friendship.

Carnelian: is a variety of chalcedony colored by iron oxide. This stone's rich and warm colors are often associated with lions and fire, reminding us to have courage and confidence. The color can vary greatly, ranging from pale orange to an intense almost-black coloration. Carnelian can be found worldwide including Brazil, Madagascar, Peru, and Uruguay.

Iolite: is a magnesium iron aluminum cyclosilicate and is also called Cordierite. It was used primarily by the Vikings for directions and is now symbolizes journeys. Iolite comes to us from Greek for violet. Nicknames for the stone include, “water sapphire” and “Vikings’ Compass”.

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