Gemstones for the Travelers: 5 Stones You Can’t Miss Ever

Do you love flying, sailing, trekking and camping in different parts of the world? Travelers have a totally different approach towards life. Carefree, casual and unmindful about the hidden dangers of traveling to places less known travelers have hundreds of impending danger that can cut their journey short in no time. That’s why astrologers recommend the travelers to wear the special set of gemstones to keep them safe and ensure friendly transit across different regions of the world.

Here are 5 gemstones highly trusted by the travelers.

1.  Moonstone:

Moonstone is the most revered gemstone that every traveler must adorn to ensure safety in air, land, and sea. Also called the sailor’s stone, moonstone is a powerful gemstone that can guarantee sure shot benefit to individuals who work as pilots, sailors, and travel photographers.

Moonstone gemstones are available in the variety of colors like white, pink and yellow. Whether you love to travel often to other countries or just to your regular workplace, the moonstone is a great accessory for safety in transit.

2.  Malachite:

An ore of copper, malachite is also a very powerful gemstone specifically labeled as the Traveler’s talisman by many astrologers. It is a guiding stone that protects every camper from accidents and catastrophes. It must be handled with care as it is easily scratched by other minerals. It can be scratched by the even glass. Due to its low hardness, malachite is often carried as small buttons and beads.

3.  Amethyst:

Amethyst is a variety of quartz identified by its purple color. It is traditionally referred to as the traveler’s best friend owing to its ability to repel negative energy. Wearing amethyst in any form keeps the robbers and miscreants away. While traveling to lesser-known places in the world, amethyst beads prove to be the guiding force.

The value of amethyst beads can be understood from the fact that Egyptian travelers wore the gemstone in their foreign escapades. Spanish and Portuguese sailors kept amethyst crystals to pacify the resurgent sea waves and overcome stormy weather in the middle of the mighty seas. Boats and jets are often studded with amethyst to keep them safe from lightning bolts.

amethyst beads


4.  Labradorite:

Like malachite is a mineral ore of copper metal, labradorite is an ore of iron. It belongs to the family of feldspar. Labradorite gemstones exude a special optical phenomenon called Labradorescence, which is also called spectrolite. Before the invention of the compass, labradorite was used as the quintessential navigation tool by travelers, sailors, and herdsmen. Polished labradorite helps build the harmonious relationship with the locals who often extended hospitality to the travelers.

5.  Black onyx/ Black tourmaline:

Known to guide travelers onto the “right path”, black onyx is worn with rainbow moonstone to magnify the intuitive powers. The stone takes the campers beyond the usual realms of the physical and psychic world. To ensure safety against the evil forces and the influence of spirits on travel plans, the travelers wear bracelets made of black onyx. Black tourmaline is a reliable alternative to onyx and moonstone pair.

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