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Aquamarine

Description
A transparent bluish-green gemstone that is a variety of the mineral Beryl.

Properties
bulletAquamarine is metaphysically known as a stone of courage and fortitude.
bulletAquamarine is said to assist with quick intellectual response.
bulletAquamarine gives peace, and shielding for the aura.
bulletAquamarine is reputed to assist with calming communication issues.
bulletAquamarine is attuned to the sea, and protects travelers on water, and sailors.
bulletAquamarine is associated with the throat chakra.

Etymology
From the Latin aqua marna, meaning 'sea water'.
Origin of the word Aquamarine at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Aquamarine at Wikipedia

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