Topaz Crystals

Topaz is one of the December birthstones. Topaz comes from the Sanskrit word "tapas," which means "fire." Topaz was also previously known as "topas" and "topazes." It was thought that because of its fiery color, it was a product of the sun and could control the heat of the sun. Topaz was first discovered in Germany in 1737. Topaz has been known for a very long time. Topaz was mentioned in writings from the second millennium B.C. Greek priests wore yellow topaz to increase their spiritual strength. Also, people from the Greek island of Yuvraj hewed natural topaz in the shape of ax heads, thought to have magical powers.

Topaz crystals comes in a variety of colors, not just the common brown and blue. It can also be found in yellow, pink, orange, red, violet, and green. It is often considered a rainbow gemstone. Red or otherwise known as the Imperial Topaz is the rarest form that Topaz can be found. Topaz has often been confused with other minerals such as citrine or Smokey quartz. In history, it is said that people wore Topaz to treat things in the body such as low immunity, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, and even joint/muscle pain. In fact, during ancient times Egyptians believed that topaz obtained its color from the glow of the sun god Ra. During ancient times, Greeks believed that Topaz contained the ability to increase their strength during troubled times.

Topaz is said to have the ability to promote truth and forgiveness, according to crystal beliefs. It is associated with the Sacral Chakra and the Solar Plexus Chakra. Topaz is also said to provide good fortune, good health, and attraction. Topaz was used in medieval magic. It was used to restrain lust and increase mental strength. It was also used as a talisman to relieve anger and make shrewd business decisions. Topaz was once considered to be a powerful antidote for almost all poisons.

Topaz is found all over the world in places like Pakistan, Brazil, China, Russia, Burma, Madagascar, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Sri Lanka, and the United States. However, most of the world's Topaz comes from Brazil. Topaz is a silicate containing aluminum and fluoride. It grows in the mineral form inside granite rocks and lava flows.

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Natural Rough Brown Topaz Crystal Gemstones

Rough Brown Topaz crystals. You will receive one stone similar to the ones in the images
$22.00 $7.99
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