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Turquoise

Description
An opaque semi-precious stone that comes in varying shades of light blue or greenish blue and which consists of hydrated copper or aluminium phosphate.

Properties
bulletTurquoise is sacred to both Native American and oriental traditions.
bulletTurquoiseis associated with the sky, and bringing sky energy to earth.
bulletTurquoise can help promote honest and clear communication from the heart.
bulletTurquoise is also said to protect against pollution in the environment,
bulletTurquoise brings abundance.
bulletTurquoise can also help speed the healing process, and is known as a master healer stone.
bulletTurquoise is very powerful for grounding and protection also.

Etymology
From Old French (pierre) turqueise, Turkish (stone). Turk=From Old Turkic türk, 'strong'.
Origin of the word Turquoise at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Turquoise at Wikipedia

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