Chrysoprase is a stone known to man for at least 3500 years, ancient egyptian beads of chyrsoprase have been dated to 1500 bc. The greeks recorded that chrysoprase should ‘charge’ during the open half moon for health and a happy marriage, and if held in the mouth could make you invisible. This stone was mentioned in the Bible, documented by archbishops in both the 1st and 10th centuries and Alexander the Great was rumored to wear a chrysoprase, and referred to it as his ‘victory stone’. Chrysoprase finds itself weaved tightly into our history, a sacred object to many lost civilizations, consecrated as holy by past generations.
Known as the 10th foundation stone, from the book of revelations, we can count on chrysoprase to help us when it comes to balancing our spiritual focus, sharpening our emotional intelligence and soothing our mental chatter. Described as the demonstration of the work of martyrs in the 1st century, chrysoprase helps you to stay focused on your spiritual path while still living your life fully, bringing an awareness that you are meant to live life rather than just survive it. Chrysoprase brings passion and fulfillment back into your life, when your spiritual path forgets to make a place for them.