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According to a myth, the God of Mines asked his courtiers to gather all of the world’s famous gems, like rubies, sapphires, emeralds, etc., and he found that they were all different colors, shades, and hardnesses. He crushed one of each and combined them, declaring, “Let this be something that will unite the beauty of all.” He spoke, and lo and behold, the diamond was born. Pure as a dewdrop and impervious to hardness, when its beam is broken down in the spectrum, it shows all the colors of the jewels it was made from.

Though it is the color of ice and a winter jewel, the diamond is a crystal of light; its high-frequency energy is dispersed into flashing prisms of bright “fire” that represent the sun. It is a spiritual stone that activates the crown and etheric chakras and is a sign of perfection and illumination. It opens the mind to the “new” and “possible” and encourages creativity, imagination, and resourcefulness. A diamond placed on the third eye promotes psychic development and is a useful tool for remote vision, telepathic communication, and clairvoyance.

Diamond, in addition to its spiritual power, has unrivaled hardness and has been renowned since antiquity as a “Stone of Invincibility,” bringing its wearer triumph, greater strength, fortitude, and courage. It is associated with lightning and bravery, as well as its protective properties. It is a sign of riches and generates abundance in one’s life, as well as an amplifier of energies, ambitions, and intent. It is also extremely effective in amplifying the vibrations of other crystals for healing. It is especially effective when set in gold and worn on the left arm.

The diamond, because of its rarity and beauty, is a symbol of purity and innocence, of love and fidelity, and it embodies character strength, ethics, and loyalty to oneself and others. It represents the caring and open nature with which one entered the physical sphere, and it promotes the aspects of truth and trust. It is a love-bearing crystal that was thought to be reliable in its virtues only when given as a gift in history. Today, the engagement ring, wedding rings, and other pieces of jewelry represent the gift of two people in love.

It is recognized as the “king of gems” because of its perfect structure and unique properties of light reflection and dispersion. It is also the hardest natural substance known. It is the one and only “10” on the hardness scale, made of pure carbon, the foundational material of life, and crystallized deep in the earth’s mantle under great heat and pressure. Its name is derived from the Greek words adamas, which means “invincible,” “unbreakable,” or “untamable,” and diaphanus, which means “transparent.”

Diamond has cubic crystal symmetry, forming in octahedrons, triangles, cubes, and amorphous shapes, and can be clear, translucent, or opaque, with a greasy sheen and perfect cleavage. Diamond is most commonly assumed to be colorless, but it can also be white, black, and many hues of yellow, brown, blue, green, pink, red, champagne-tan, cognac-brown, and, on rare occasions, lilac. While high-quality diamonds are meticulously carved into jewels and used in jewelry, lower-quality diamonds are employed in industrial applications, particularly cutting and polishing. Diamond crystals are preferred over cut diamonds for metaphysical usage because their natural shape serves to intensify and harmonize the energies circulating through them.

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