A gemstone formed in underground caves composed of both stalagmites and stalactites. In clearer terms… Two separate crystals from below and above the surface of a cave joining together over a period of over 5 billion years to produce singularly stunning slabs.
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Translucency and transparency makes this one-of-a-kind stone stand out from the rest, producing the most lavish, luminous and rarest of known colors from around the world.
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Some cultures have embraced the presence of Onyx stone to offer good chakra or energy. According to Sunnyray.org, Onyx is an excellent stone for releasing negative emotions such as sorrow and grief, and therefore brings good fortune and helps in recognizing personal strength. Many athletes are even ‘hooked on Onyx’ wearing the stone in hopes of increasing their strength, endurance, and perseverance.
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Utilized as a decorative stone in many bars or restaurants, the uncommon Onyx stone is commonly used draw to focus. From adding flair to your fireplace or casting a spotlight as a centerpiece in your island-centered kitchen, Onyx is designed to enhance a look and feel that is crystal-clear.
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Onyx is mentioned in the bible 11 times, including in the book of Genesis. “And the gold of that land is good: there is bdellium and the onyx stone”. Some might say that Onyx is a gem of biblical proportions.