Howlite is one of the oldest gemstones in the world and was worn in particular by rulers of many cultures. In combination with feather jewelry or in the form of a diadem, it was worn as a popular headdress and is particularly popular for opening the crown chakra. It is also a real eye-catcher on the delicate wrist thanks to its fine, individual marbling and gives every outfit an individual and elegant touch.
Centuries ago, the gem howlite was a popular ornamental stone in pendants, bracelets, rings and necklaces. These old pieces of jewelry can still be admired in their splendor in various designs. The stone was revered by the Egyptians and Indians, who saw it as a connection between heaven and the soul. It was therefore often used in these cultures for rulers and shamans. In old archaeological excavations it was found as a gemstone, grave goods or in the form of sacred cultural objects. It is also understood in Indian chakra teachings as a link between the heavenly sphere and the soul, because it is assigned the crown chakra, which, among other things, grants access to the third eye. Through direct skin contact, it is supposed to unfold its energetic power and lead the wearer to inner spiritual energy. Through energy work with chakras, new impulses can be ignited in the energy centers of the crown chakra. As a symbol of the angel "Gabriel", it also has a protective power and is therefore used as a protective talisman. He should make receptive for the spiritual spheres and make the dreaming versions and inner pictures understandable.
- Symbolic jewelry of the Archangel "Gabriel"
- White howlite gemstone beads
- With subtle marbling
- Jewel of the rulers
- Worshiped as a sacred stone and good luck charm
- Weight: about 18g
- Gemstone/Mineral: Turquoise (white)
- Color: white, gray
- Dimensions: length approx. 18 cm, width approx. 0.8 cm
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