5D Healing Crystals
Magatama Aventurine Couple Pendant
Talisman of good fortune in Japan.
Bead with religious significance in Japan’s Shintō traditions.
Magatama literally means "curved ball."
The magatama is an ancient Japanese ornament, which most believe was introduced to Japan from Korea around the 3rd-4th centuries AD. The jewel-shaped magatama is also one of the Three Shintō Regalia 三種の神器 (sacred mirror, sword, and jewel), and in this role it is known as the Yasakani no Magatama 八尺瓊曲玉.
From early on, the magatama symbolized "avoidance of evil" or the "magic of good fortune." Its origins are clouded in uncertainty. Some say it represents the shape of an animal tusk, and hence came to represent good luck in agriculture and husbandry. Others say it came from an ancient Korean diagram representing the mother's womb, or embryo, and hence came to mean all good things, like the blessing of a new child, growth, longevity, and properity.
Aventurine (Stone of Opportunity) thought to be the luckiest of all crystals, especially in manifesting prosperity and wealth, or for increasing favor in competitions or games of chance. Its winning energy makes it a great ally for boosting one’s chances in any situation - a first date, tax audit, even landing a promotion. One needs only to be near it to derive its benefits. It is said to increase perception and creative insight. Green Aventurine releases old patterns, habits and disappointments so new growth can take place. It brings optimism and a zest for life, allowing one to move forward with confidence and to embrace change. It enhances one’s creativity and motivation, and encourages perseverance in maneuvering life’s obstacles. It also reinforces one’s decisiveness and amplifies leadership qualities, injecting a sense of humor and openness to the ideas of others Wear this for prosperity, especially involving games of chance. Worn with love stones it will enhance your chance of finding lasting love.