۞ Opal (White Opal) is the Birthstone of 10°-11° Capricorn and the 10th of Tevet.
۞ Opal is the Biblical Leshem. The Leshem was one of the 12 stones in the Breastplate of Aaron the High Priest and it is the tribal stone of Dan. The Opal has been used in Jewish tradition as a lucky stone for protection against dangers.
۞ Traditionaly the Opal/Leshem was used as a talisman for bringing joy and happiness, enhancing eyesight and strengthening the heart.
۞ White Precious Opal acts as a prism within the aura, splitting Light into its rainbow frequencies. This fills the aura with full spectrum Light, nourishing it deeply. This illumination of the aura will tend to make the dark spots in one’s energy more glaring, however, and it is important to be willing to do the necessary work to clear the energetic bodies. Once this work is complete, White Precious Opal can be a wonderful ally in manifesting the Light of the Divine through one’s energetic field. [Naisha Ahsian]
۞ White Precious Opal carries a seed of ‘Holy Fire’, the intense spiritual energy that consumes the impure aspects of the self without necessarily “burning” us (causing distress or discomfort). [Robert Simmons]
۞ White Opal softens transformation and reconnection to the Divine. [Marina Costelloe]
۞ Opal was regarded as unlucky but this is due to its tendency to shatter. Nevertheless, Opal amplifies traits, good or bad, so that you achieve the perfection you seek, and if negative qualities arise you will not appreciate having to deal with these. [Judy Hall — “Sun in Libra”]
۞ If you need to explore your entrenched but unconscious emotions, Opal can assist. It teaches you how to take responsibility for how you feel on a day-to-day basis. [Judy Hall — “Moon in Cancer”]
۞ White Opal can be used to enhance adeptness in business and to bring inspiration from worldly goods. [Melody]