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Sapphire is a stone that has been known by kings, royalty and high priests since the beginning of these stations. With tales of magic and super power, no one other than royalty was allowed to own a sapphire for much of history. This stone has been said to not only bring one closer to god, it is known to open communication with god himself. This is why all the Papal rings are made of Sapphire, as is most other religious jewelry, spanning many religions.
In my experience with Sapphire, which happens to be my birthstone, no matter which list you look at, is a stone of realization, realization of humanity, it’s good, it’s bad and your part in all of the above. Sapphire will ask you to see the areas in your reality that are not the way you want them to be, and show you why they are that way. With sapphire, the responsibility is not always placed back on you, but if it quacks like a duck, sapphire calls it a duck.
Self honesty is brought to a new level with sapphire, often times much deeper than you may think you want to go, however with sapphire guiding your explorations of your own mind, thoughts and beliefs, you find that it is painless to move through logical shifts within your most secret thoughts. Sapphire will ask you what you are not happy with, show you why and how to change it in a relevantly easy process, a process that sets you up for success.
Sapphire is also associated with the planet Saturn in the Vedic astrology, and is one of the original stones mentioned in the Rig Veda. Saturn is the planet of responsibility, and sapphire is well chosen for this task, you see sapphire is a very gentle taskmaster itself, demanding you be honest with yourself in all thoughts, then pushing that same honesty in your dealings with others. Sapphire brings with it a question to integrity, understanding that the only real integrity is questioned, time and time again. Sapphire also encourages you to question your motives of why you believe the way you do, why you think the way you do, as you move forward in your creations this work is done up front, bringing a new purity and innocence to your creations.
Sapphire is one of the stones that started to be used for insanity and mental issues around the 14th century, a time when the witch hunts were starting in Europe. Many people believed in the demonic possession and madness is what drove these young women to the devil, and sapphire has been recorded to not only be prescribed by medicine people in these times, they also said it worked.
Sapphire is a stone that traditionally brings us closer to our god, brings new opportunities in communicating with our god, demands us to be honest with ourselves, as well as honest about our motives, a real taskmaster, sapphire encourages our success and the purity of all of our creations.