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blood·stone
[bluhd-stohn]
NOUN
1.
a greenish variety of chalcedony with small bloodlike spots of red jasper scattered through it.
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The mineral aggregate heliotrope also known as bloodstone, is a variety of jasper or chalcedony The "classic" bloodstone is green jasper (chalcedony) with red ...

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In the ancient world, Bloodstone (Heliotrope) was considered to be the most beautiful of the Jaspers, a deep, earthy green gem emboldened with spots of bright ...

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Detailed gemstone and jewelry information guide about the banded gemstone bloodstone heliotrope chalcedony.

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Learn about the crystal meanings and metaphysical and healing properties lore of bloodstone which is also known as heliotrope.

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Bloodstone or Heliotrope is a March birthstone that assists you to regain personal power, build courage, strength of mind and confidence.

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Bloodstone may not have the overt beauty of aquamarine, but many prize this stone for its symbolism and other properties. Read more at ...

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Bloodstone - Metaphysical Directory: Detailed - These articles help to support our mission to promote the education and use of crystals to support healing.

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Bloodstone is also referred to as heliotrope in Greek which simply means sun turning. Many believed that the sun turns red when this stone is immersed in water.