Turquoise stone magic properties
Called “Heavenly stone” in ancient times, turquoise certainly has magical properties. The Roman historian Pliny the Elder in the 1st century AD enthusiastically wrote about the Persian turquoise. According to him, it is “bluer than the azure of heaven” and for getting it “the caravans of merchants equip themselves to distant Khorasan”. Even then, turquoise entered the markets of the East from Persian mines. Further, through Turkey, it crossed to Europe, where it always found numerous fans.
Stone of victory and wealth
Turquoise, set in gold, adorned the robes of royalty and representatives of the nobility. Persian turquoise means “winner”. Considered a stone of victory in Muslim countries, “the mere sight of which is equivalent to reading the Koran”. In the East, from ancient times they attribute to it miraculous, magical power and wear it as a talisman.
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