Sacred to both Native American and Oriental traditions, this stone helps to connect with spirit and brings the energy of the sky down to earth. It is helpful in expanding awareness while still maintaining practicality. Turquoise moves the wearer toward integration and wholeness. Used on the throat chakra, turquoise promotes communication and the ability to speak honestly, clearly and from the heart, and reminds us of our connection to Earth and Sky. Ancient lore suggests that it also protects against environmental pollutants. In ancient times, turquoise was utilized to gain wealth. Wearing turquoise can speed the healing process. Lore also has it that the stone will change color when the owner is in danger.

Folk Names:
Fayruz (Arabic, "lucky stone"), turkey stone, Turkish stone, Thyites (ancient Greek), Venus Stone, horseman's talisman
Venus, Neptune
Hathor, Buddha, the Great Spirit (Native American)
Associated Metal:
Protection, money, love, courage, friendship, healing, luck
Magical Uses:
  • Potent protective stone against negative magick.
  • Horsemen where this stone to protect against falls.
  • Use as a protection amulet when traveling.
  • Use this stone in money drawing spells and rituals.
  • Use this stone in love magick or rituals.
  • Wear this stone to attract new friends, be joyous and even tempered, and to increase beauty.
  • Strengthens the eyes, alleviates fevers, reduces headaches.
  • Wear to promote perfect health.
  • Carry this stone for luck and to attract good fortune.
Divinatory Meaning
A journey is imminent
Tibetan Turquoise
Magical Property:
This green form of turquoise carries a slightly different vibration from the more vivid blue. It is especially useful for healing throat chakra blockages and surpressed self-expression back down the ancient line until the source is cleared.