Gemini is the sign of the third house of the ecliptic, they are curious by nature and love change. They are very resilient and can adapt well to any environment. So, what are the lucky and guardian stones for Gemini?
Traditionally, each of the twelve zodiac signs has its own birthstones, guardian stones and lucky stones, which are called zodiac stones. Guardian stones of the zodiac signs work like a sort of amulet and protect us; while lucky stones bring good luck.
Since zodiac stones are natural crystals that are said to be spiritual in nature, it is believed that wearing a stone belonging to our own zodiac signs can bring a lifetime of peace and happiness.
- Birth date: May 21- Juin 21
- Ruling planet: Mercury- Symbol of spiritual communication
- Ruling god: Hermes
- Element: Air
- Personality: Flexibility
- Guardian stone for Gemini: Citrine
- Lucky stones for Gemini: Agate, amethyst, moonstone, pearl, white sapphire, tiger’s eye, emerald.
Personality traits of Gemini
Basically, a Gemini has always been two sides of the same coin, positive and negative, dynamic and quiet, light and dark, yin and yang. All these factors coexist and mutually reinforce each other. Together they shape the personality traits of Gemini personality. In the meanwhile, this volatile nature is often unpredictable and even confusing.
The guarding stone for Gemini: Citrine
Citrine is a popular gem in the market today, with bright colors, a crystal clear texture, and an affordable price. It has a unique warm tone that matches our skins.
Just as its vivid and bright color, citrine provides happiness by adjusting people’s emotions and calming them down. Citrine is also able to help the owners gain self-confidence and make better decisions, which are all sources of happiness.
Since the energy of citrine corresponds very strongly to materialism and wealth, citrine is said to help improve our fortunes, commonly known as the stone of wealth.
Lucky stones for Gemini: Agate, amethyst, moonstone, pearl, white sapphire, tiger’s eye, emerald.
There exist many colors of agate, including red, black, green, gray, and among them, gray agate has always been popular. Natural gray agate has a glassy and oily luster, brilliant and gradient color, smooth texture, pure and fine.
Agate has strong energy and healing powers. People in ancient times used to wear agate as an amulet against epilepsy and nerve disorders. Nowadays it is believed that agate strengthens courage, endurance, and determination, and that it clears the mind, helps to change our focus, and makes our life more productive.
Viewed from different angles, natural amethysts show a beautiful purple tone with a little blue or red, due to such minerals as iron and manganese.
Amethysts symbolize tranquility and safety and are able to bring inspiration and wisdom to the wearer. Another implication of the stone is love, a very helpful gem to increase charm and attractiveness and thus promote relationships. In summary, we can think of amethysts as a stone of mystery, romance and elegance.
Moonstones are very beautiful gems. They have always been considered as a gift from the goddess of the moon, i.e. Selene to humankind, with its mysterious and irresistible power.
Moonstones are usually white or colorless, either transparent or translucent with a light yellow, orange, brown, gray or green, and have a special moonlight effect, hence its name.
It is said that wearing moonstones when the moon is full, improves our consciousness and the power to feel supernatural forces and, very importantly, helps us meet good lovers.
Pearls known as the “Queen of Jewels” are listed as a birthstone for June and a memorial gemstone for the thirteenth and thirtieth anniversary of marriage.
As the most popular gemstone ever, pearls come in a variety of colors, among which we are most familiar with are white and cream (light tan). Black, gray, and silver are also quite common. As a matter of fact, we can find almost every color in pearls.
It symbolizes health, peace, wealth, and longevity. Pearl jewelry has been loved by people since ancient times and bring good wishes to people who are born in this month.
The word sapphire comes from the Greek sappheiros, which referred to the startling and rich blue color most people associate with the sapphire. It has been worn as a guard against illness and envy and to safeguard travelers.
White sapphires, also known as colorless sapphires, are known for purity. These precious and expensive stones for Gemini, do not contain iron, chromium, titanium or any other trace element of metal. They are pure, lustrous and bright.
In addition to its color and corundum luster, hardness and a high refractive index are main reasons too for their popularity. With a refractive index of 1.762 to 1.770, sapphires are known for their sparkling brilliance.
Tiger’s eye, is a gemstone with a cat’s eye effect. We are very familiar with yellow tiger’s eye. It is golden or yellowish brown in color, translucent or slightly translucent, with an adamantine luster and a silky, well-arranged pattern within the stone that looks like a tiger.
The yellow tiger’s eye is considered by the Indians to be a sacred stone, a symbol of prestige, to prevent depression, physical and mental illness and to inspire courage.
They’re green, they’re gorgeous, and they stand in a class of their own. That being said, emeralds are extremely rare. Every stone is from a finite source. It’s like a fingerprint. Each is unique, has a character and quality of its own, and represents ultimate luxury.
The emerald is a May birthstone that symbolizes new beginnings, hopes, and budding spring. It has soothed souls and sparked the imagination since the first century AD. Pliny the Elder, a famous Roman, described emeralds as having a soft green color that comforts and relieves weariness and lassitude.