Ancient Egypt - Protective Amulets - Amethyst stone or by its Hebrew name "Ahalma"
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4. Ancient Egypt - The Amethyst Stone in Protective Amulets
Ancient Egyptians used the Amethyst stone in their zodiac representing the goat. The goat was considered to be the enemy of the vines and vineyards, so the medicine for wine.
In ancient Egypt, soldiers also carried the Amethyst stone on their bodies, believing it could save them from death on the battlefield.
Ancient Egyptians used Amethysts to create talismans and prayer ceremonies and protection from harm. They carved heart-shaped amulets for burial, the book of the dead and also carved animal form Amethyst. Early magicians were likely to design them as protective amulets. For example, a Amethyst beetle in the center and an Amethyst ball beaded necklace. Found in Egypt and on display at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archeology
In later times, ancient Egyptian artists created breathtaking pieces, the magicians in the early versions kept their designs simpler and more practical.
In other Eastern cultures, the Amethyst stone that was popular with rosaries and prayer beads was also used and attributed to virtues to create an atmosphere of calm and piety, creating a sense of peace and inner peace.
In Tibet, too, the Amethyst stone is regarded as sacred to the Buddha and forms prayer beads.
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