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The Sapphire is the birthstone for the month of September. The name Sapphire is derived from the Latin word 'saphirus' and the Greek word 'sapheiros', both meaning blue. Read on to learn the key facts of the highly-regarded gemstone.
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Historical & Scientific
The magnificent and holy Sapphire, in all its celestial hues, is a stone of wisdom and royalty. It is associated with sacred things and considered the gem of gems, a jewel steeped in the history of nearly every culture and religion. To the ancient and medieval world, Sapphire of heavenly blue signified the height of celestial hope and faith, and was believed to bring protection, good fortune, and spiritual insight. It is a symbol of power and strength, but also of kindness and wise judgment.
Sapphire assists you to stay on the spiritual path, releasing blockages and providing strenght. It facilitates self-expression, assisting in communication and expressing your truth/beliefs.
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Sapphire can help to release mental tension, depression, unwanted thoughts and spiritual confusion. Sapphire restores balance within the body, aligning the physical, mental and spiritual planes, bringing serenity and peace of mind.
Sapphire is the birthstone for the month of September, and relates to the Virgo zodiac. Virgos are known as being organised, sophisticated and kind.
Blue Sapphire is regarded as a stone of mental focus and order, inner vision and psychic awareness. In chakra theory, Sapphire is said to help open the third eye to receive wisdom and insight, as well as the throat chakra, which allows you to communicate that vision to others.