Since ancient times, a red garnet was considered capable of arousing passionate desires. The owner obsessed with desire, was able to notice how the stone looked like at such moments, as if it engorged with blood. It develops feelings and emotions in the owner, inspires a desire to win, empowers with energy and opens new horizons.
A garnet stone is a talisman of love. It was always given to dear and beloved people in order to preserve warm and frank feelings.
Red garnets help policymakers reach the peaks of power, protect travelers far away from home, increase their power to lead for speakers. Creative people derive new ideas and inspiration from the stone. Yellow and orange garnets will be useful to industrious people; they will give them a desire for change and improve their well-being.
Orange stones activate the mind, serve as a talisman for scientists and researchers, and relieve the owner of depression. Green garnet stone is designed for businessmen. They will give them money and prosperity, help start and develop a new business. In the house it brings peace, protects the family from the negative and gives happiness.
Gray and black garnets are the darkest of the talismans. They were used by mages and seers for the development of intuition, the definition of the future and connection with the world of the dead.
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