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Spring(Vernal) Equinox and its connection to stones.
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The Spring or Vernal Equinox represents many things: rebirth, vitality, awakening and growth. A season of warmth and energy that blooms and connects us with a feeling of new beginnings. There are many stones that have a metaphysical connection with this changing of the season and what this change represents. Here a few of our favorites at Dakota Stones.

Peridot was believed to be a stone of springtime by ancients who considered it a gift from Mother Nature. It’s use as a gemstone dates back over four thousand years. It was considered sacred by Egyptians, early Christians and even Napoleon. It was considered by ancients as a gift from heaven and a sign of an abundant Spring. SHOP Peridot






Ruby Zoisite is a stone of fertility and rebirth. It is connected with physical and spiritual growth. Ruby Zoisite occurs naturally when small Ruby crystals become embedded within Zoisite. The Ruby inclusions in this stone are pink to reddish purple to dark purple, while the Zoisite is light to medium green. Shop Ruby Zoisite






Green Aventurine is connected to Persephone, the Greek Goddess of Spring. It has a strong connection to the earth and is a wonderful stone for gardening. It is known as the “Stone of Opportunity,” and thought to be the luckiest of all crystals. SHOP Green Aventurine

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Shirley Baker Date 3/18/2019
Where do I find the chain looking green aventurine? I looked on the site, but could not find them. Thanks!
 
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