Peridot (Chrysolite)

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۞ Peridot, AKA Chrysolite, AKA Olivine, is the Birthstone of Behenian Fixed Star Vega.

۞ Position of Behenian Fixed Star Vega in the year 5760 (2000 C.E.): 15°19′ Capricorn.

۞ Peridot promotes transformational energies, and attracts luck, good health and success. [Marina Costelloe]

۞ When Peridot is mounted on a piece of golden jewelry, it provides powerful protection against bad forces. [Luc Bourgault]

۞ Peridot is a French word derived from the Arabic word ‘Faridat’, meaning “Gem”. [Teresa Kennedy]

۞ The Romans called Peridot the “Evening Emerald” and believed it had magical powers to cure depression. [Teresa Kennedy]

۞ Peridot is the stone ‘par excellence’ for facilitating necessary change. [Judy Hall — “Sun in Taurus”]

۞ Peridot’s powerful cleansing action releases negative patterns and ‘old baggage’. With Peridot’s help, you can admit to mistakes, accept them as a learning experience and move on. [Judy Hall — “Sun in Virgo”]

۞ Peridot is excellent for relieving jealousy, it takes you back into the past so that you can recognize what the experience has taught you, and teaches you how to forgive. [Judy Hall — “Moon in Taurus”]

۞ Peridot hones your perception, and encourages you to be kinder to yourself. [Judy Hall — “Moon in Virgo”]

۞ Peridot helps to regulate cycles in one’s life; e.g. physical cycles, mental cycles emotional cycle, intellectual cycles and life cycles. [Melody]

۞ Peridot can be used to bring results to one’s search – the seeking and recovery of that which is lost or mislaid in the physical world, as well as the quest for the enlightened state. [Melody]