Princess Jade and Fluorite Energetic Combo
The Classic Maya esteemed jadeite not only for its preciousness and beauty but also as stone of great symbolic import. The Classic Maya ascribed a number of meanings to jade, including maize, centrality, and rulership, as well as a material embodiment of wind and the vitalizing breath soul. Because of its close relationship to the breath spirit, jade was an important component of funerary rites and the ritual conjuring of gods and ancestors. Carved in floral form, jade earspools were considered supernatural sources or passageways for the breath spirit, frequently portrayed as a bead or a serpent emerging from the center of the jade flare.
The ancient Maya considered jade to be divine and therefore far more important than gold. The stone had much religious meaning and was used to make both artistic and sacred objects. The nobility wore jade ear plugs, pendants, necklaces, masks and wristbands. Kings even inserted jade chips in their teeth. Jade was associated with fertility; with the green shoots of young corn plants, water and life. Jade beads were placed in the mouths of the dead along with ground corn so that the person would not starve physically or spiritually in his or her future life. Rulers were buried wearing jade death masks, enabling the lords of the underworld to recognize them and treat them with honor.
Fluorite supports spirituality and thought, focus and concentration, and balance in all aspects of one's life. Known as the “Genius Stone,” Fluorite represents the highest state of mental achievement, boosting aptitude and discernment, the absorption of new information, and helping one work through complex issues.
Embelished with a beautiful white crystal chain
- 30" 14k gold chain
- Clasp measures approximately 3/4"
- Avoid contact with anything containing derivatives of alcohol