Blue Chalcedony

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۞ Blue Chalcedony is the Birthstone of Behenian Fixed Star Deneb Algedi.

۞ Position of Behenian Fixed Star Deneb Algedi in the year 5760 (2000 C.E.): 23°50′ Aquarius.

۞ Blue Chalcedony supports emotional integration and transition into the spiritual realms. [Marina Costelloe]

۞ The name ‘Chalcedony’ comes from the name of the ancient Greek town Chalkedon in Asia Minor. Generally speaking, the term is usually applied to stones of the blue or lavender color range. [Teresa Kennedy]

۞ Native Americans held the stone sacred and used it in a wide variety of ceremonies and medicine rituals. [Teresa Kennedy]

۞ In ancient times, cups and chalices were carved from Chalcedony and lined with Silver, as it was believed to prevent the effects of poison. [Teresa Kennedy]

۞ Blue Chalcedony is said to have been used in weather magic and for clearing illnesses associated with changes in the weather. [Teresa Kennedy]

۞ Blue Chalcedony not only enlarges your mind to assimilate new ideas and accept new situations, it also speeds up your intellectual processes, and improves your mental and verbal dexterity. [Judy Hall — “Sun in Taurus”]

۞ Blue Chalcedony was used as a sacred stone by the Native American Indians, promoting stability within the ceremonial activities of the tribes. It has successfully been used to provide a pathway for receiving thought transmissions. [Melody]

۞ Blue Chalcedony is a stone to encourage “Brotherhood” among all. It symbolizes benevolence and good will, the benevolence stemming from the nurturing energy within the stone. It alleviates hostilities, irritability, and melancholy. It enhances generosity, responsiveness, and receptivity. [Melody]