Amber Wrapped Pendant

Amber Wrapped Pendant

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Each pendant is wrapped in .925 Sterling Silver and is mounted on a 3" x 2" card as shown. On the back is scientific and metaphysical information on the properties of the stone.

(Note: Picture is an example, shapes may vary)

Amber is an organic material made up of fossilized
natural botanic resins: it is a mixture of hydrocarbons with a hardness of 2 to 2.5. The ancient Greek term for Amber was electron, a word referring to the sun. Amber is known to develop an electric charge when rubbed, and our word 'electricity derives from the ancient Greek term for Amber. The word 'Amber comes from amber, the Arabic word for ambergris, a similarly colored material discharged from the sperm whale and used in making perfumes.
Amber varies in color from yellow to brown or reddish brown and is often transparent.
Frequently it contains bits of plant material or fossil insects, some dating as far back as 120
million years ago, Baltic Amber, which is usually considered
to be the finest, was formed from the resins of coniferous trees
some 60 million years ago.
Amber has been fashioned into jewelry and ornaments for thousands of years. In Egypt, it was used at least 4500 years ago, and Amber beads dating back to 2000 BC, have been found in Crete. In Europe during the Middle Ages, rosary beads made from Amber were so popular that the available supplies were
exhausted. In the mythology of ancient Greece, Amber was created when Phaeton, son of the sun god Helios, was struck and killed by lightning the grief of his sisters was so great that it turned them to poplar trees, and their tears were transformed to droplets of Amber.
ROBERT SIMMONS Many stones help us to connect with Light. but Amber brings us to Warmth. The energies of Amber are very solar, and they have the quality of creating a comfortable sense of warmth, health and well-being in the wearer. Amber carries the vibration of organic life. perhaps because it came from living trees, and that makes it feel very friendly and familiar to us. Amber has always been valued by humans for both its beauty and its healing qualities, and our long history of positive regard for Amber makes it a substance we tend to immediately like. Perhaps there is some species memory that makes us realize the wholesome and beneficial traits of Amber-whatever the reason, the association seems good for both sides. Amber is recommended to be worn or carried by anyone recovering from illness or injury, because its warm and nurturing energies put us in touch with our own essential strength and security. It is excellent for convalescence, because it warms the inner being and activates the life force, as well as one's emotional desire for wellness. It helps one to see the path to recovery and have the courage and confidence to follow it. Because Amber carries the vibration of life force, it helps us bring more of that energy into all levels of our beings. It can help one achieve longevity, and it is a beneficial stone to be worn by those who are elderly. Not everyone can (or would want to) move to a warm, sunny climate for retirement, but Amber facilitates the activation of a warm, sunny interior climate,
Amber can also spur one's innate capacity to manifest prosperity. To amplify this potential, I recommend using it with prosperity stones such as Tsavorite, Yellow Sapphire and Moldavite. Pairing Amber with Moldavite is also helpful for bringing positive and successful inner transformation. In addition, Amber works especially well when combined with Jet. facilitating purification, health and protection from negativity.
Ref:  Simmons, R. (2005, 2007, 2015) The Book of Stones.  Heaven and Earth Publishing, LLC. 
Chakras: Solar Plexus/3rd
Element: Earth

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