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Birthstones have been around for ages, in the ancient world, they are widely used as guides to help humans configure their strengths and advantages in life. Birthstones are natural gems that are highly associated with a person's birth month, each stone has a unique meaning and significance to the person it represents. Although widely used mostly in ancient times, birthstones are still a part of modern society and like the ancient times it is widely believed that wearing your birthstone is a symbol of wellness and good fortune. So one must gain knowledge of what stone their birth month bears in order for them to enjoy the good-bearings of the stones.


  • January : Garnet - These stones are often branded as the stones that are with associations with the heart, blood, inner fire, and life force, garnets have always been considered symbols of love, friendship and every other relationship.


  • February : Amethyst - This stone is somewhat popular as the gem of peace, some believe amethyst's calming presence produces soothing dreams by bringing the dreamer more in tune with the Divine. This clarity and peacefulness also extends to the waking mind.


  • March : Aquamarine - This stone symbolizes  tranquility, serenity, clarity, and harmony. As the first of the spring birthstones, the sea blue crystal represents transformation and rebirth. It embodies youthful vitality, purity, loyalty, hope, and truth. No wonder honesty is observed by the bearer of this stone.


  • April : Diamond - Often regarded to as the strongest stone of all, it is the stone of invincible spiritual power, commitment, faithfulness and promise between husband and wife. It can also be a symbol of light and brilliance; unconquerable; treasures, riches, intellectual knowledge.


  • May : Emerald - It is the stone that gives the truth of the future, The emerald is also known as a stone of intuition, associated with sight and the revelation of future events and truths.


  • June : Pearl - It is a stone that represents serenity, while being able to strengthen valuable relationships and convey a sense of safety. On conservative demographics, pearl is regarded as a sign of purity.


  • July : Ruby - It is a very popular stone and is widely known as the stone of purity and passion. From ancient times through today's modern age, rubies have been valued by cultures around the world.


  • August : Peridot -  It was once believed that the green peridot crystals found in volcanic ashes were the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele. When set in gold, this gem was said to protect the wearer from nightmares and it bares strength to the wearer.


  • September : Sapphire - Often viewed in a holy context, in all its celestial hues, the Sapphire stone is a stone of wisdom and royalty of prophecy and Divine favor. In the ancient world, It was a symbol of power and strength, but also of kindness and wise judgment.


  • October : Tourmaline - Called the stone for the grounded, Tourmaline is the stone of reconciliation, a stone that fosters compassion and cool headedness, radiates the energy that attracts money, healing and friendship, and is used for grounding purposes, to stabilize, and reaffirm our Earth roots.


  • November : Citrine - Like the colour of the pretty Yellow Bell flowers,  citrines have been valued for their beauty and brilliance. They remind us of the bright, warm sun and the vitality of life. Their vibrant yellow colour and shining clarity often represent a healthy mind and body as well as happiness and success and clarity.


  • December : Turquoise - It has a beautiful sea-green colour than yields an even more beautiful symbolism, it represents wisdom, tranquility, protection, good fortune and hope. Ancient peoples believed in its profound power to protect, as well as its tranquil energy and its association with enduring love, as deep as the beautiful sea-green sea.