"The name Turquoise is derived from the French “Pierre Turquois” meaning “Turkish Stone”. This is because Western Europeans mistakenly thought the gem came from Turkey. In actual fact it came from the Sinai Peninsula or Alimersai Mountain in Persia (now Iran), which has been mining Turquoise since 5,000 BC. In Persian, Turquoise is known as “Ferozah”, meaning victorious and it is the national gemstone of Iran to this day."
绿松石 Turquoise "The Stone of the Sky" If given a turquoise by a loving friend, this stone protects the wearer from negative energy and brings good fortune. The turquoise is a symbol of friendship. It also brings peace to the home.
Crystal Card of the Day: Blue Turquoise, “I speak my truth with ease.” Metaphysically, Turquoise is considered to be a bridge between Heaven/Sky and Earth, grounding us while still remaining open to Spirit. Many Native American cultures believe Turquoise helps to connect the mind to the infinite possibilities of the Universe, and Turquoise is considered sacred in many Chinese cultures as well. Turquoise is a wonderful companion to use when removing and releasing old behaviors such as self…
Tibetan Turquoise is mined in the Himilayas, it is usually blue-green to green in color, clear blue that is found in American and Persian | Turquoise is very rare in Tibetan Turquoise. Tibetan Turquoise is most sought after by Nepalese and Tibetan people for its spiritual powers as well as its beauty. Turquoise has been a part of the people of the Himalayas for thousands of years, they consider Tibetan Turquoise to be secured for its metaphysical and spiritual values.
Dit recept is een eigen variant op de Turkse linzensoep uit Turquoise van Greg & Lucy Malouf. Turquoise is een geweldig Turks kookboek vol recepten, reisverhalen en prachtige foto's. Ik heb het boek jaren geleden voor een prikkie op de kop getikt in de sale. Het boek is nog steeds verkrijg