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Diamond - bearing and meanig of a popular gemstone

Diamond brings clarity and structure in life. New impressions and experiences can be quickly brought in connection with what is already known, so that we are able to make responsible, clear decisions and useless things let go. With its help, we can see larger connections, fathom the causes of problems, and assess the consequences of our actions or inactions. At the end of the year, the Diamond brings us clear insight into our own situation. - from this insight we can move forward.


Mineralogical Profile Diamond

Chemical formula: C (carbon)

Mineral class: natural elements

Evolution: Diamonds are formed in the depths of the earth by the transformation of carbon at high pressure and high temperatures. Through volcanic eruptions, the rock comes to the earth's surface, when the rising lava chunks of the deep rock with it. From this lava-rock mixture of the volcanic vent, rocks with finely distributed Diamonds are subsequently formed. Only if all boundary conditions fit and the carbon rare in the depth of the earth is present, a Diamond can develop.

Color: clear, white, blue, green, yellow, pink

Gloss: diamond gloss, raw also Glass to grease gloss

Crystal system: cubic

Moh hardness:10

Cleavability: perfect

Localities, main supplying countries: Australia, Siberia, South Africa, Brazil, Congo

Appearance: small cubic or octahedral crystals or late to granular aggregates

Use: Diamond is a gemstone sought after as jewelry or investment. In industry, diamond is also used as a drilling and abrasive material. Gemstone astrology knows the Diamond as a mineral that virtue and character of the Capricorn-born. strengthens.

Availability: good

Jewelry with diamonds, diamond crystals and products for water energization with diamonds can be found here in our online store for resellers

Origin of the name Diamond

The name Diamond comes from the Greek word "adamas", which means impregnable or unconquerable. This attribute refers to the tremendous hardness of Diamond. With hardness 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness, it is the hardest natural material ever.

Confusion and distinction of Diamonds

Diamond can basically be confused with clear Rock Crystal (hardness 7), with Glass (hardness 5 - 5.5) or Zirconia (hardness 6.5 - 7.5). With cut stones, the distinction is often only possible by gemological examination.

Use of Diamond

Diamond is a precious stone sought after as jewelry or an investment. It is also used in industry as a drilling and abrasive material.

Historical aspects of Diamonds

Diamond has always been considered the "king of gemstones." Pliny the Elder (23-79 AD) wrote of it, "It is the most precious of all human goods ... and long known only to kings, and few at that." The "invincibility" of the Diamond runs through the entire mythology. It represented strength, courage and invulnerability, and was considered an effective means against demonic forces. In ancient times, diamonds were transported from India to Europe by caravan trade. Many legends entwine about the famous Indian Diamonds, such as the "Great Mogul" or the "Nizam", which have a high purity and transparency. The most famous diamonds even have their own names, like the "Great Cullinan", the "Green Dresden" or the blue "Hope Diamond". The largest Diamond ever found, the "Cullinan" was discovered in South Africa in 1905 and named after mine owner Thomas Cullinan (1919-1995). As a rough crystal, it weighed 3106.75 carats, which is equivalent to 621.35 grams. In 1908 the rough stone was split in Amsterdam was split into 105 pieces. The nine largest pieces belong to the British Crown Jewels. The two largest adorn the British crown and scepter. Ill-gotten Diamonds seem to magically attract misfortune. Well-known examples of this are the "Hope Diamond" and the diamond necklace of Marie Antoinette (1755-1793), who ended up on the guillotine.
In ancient stone medicine, Diamond was popularly used as a magical medicine. Powdered diamonds were used against various diseases, of course, only for the few who could afford it. For example, Pope Clement VII (1478 - 1534) is said to have used took powdered diamonds worth 40,000 ducats against his stomach ailment.

Application of diamonds in gemstone healing

Diamond promotes clarity, order and logical thinking. It strengthens willpower, vital energy and supports mental freedom and self-determination. Diamond helps to gain control over one's own life; strength of character and the Loyalty to oneself are promoted, crises are better managed and the causes of problems can be seen through more easily. 

Diamond in gemstone astrology and chakras

Diamond is a stone of the sixth, the brow chakra. In Indian Jyotish it is assigned to the planet Venus, in Western astrology to Saturn. Astrologically, it fits the signs of Leo and Capricorn.