Cats Eye (man made) HWH36
These Man Made Cats Eyes are examples, light green, blue, light yellow, med red, turquoise, light blue, pink, orange, purple Weight 16 grams app size 3 x 2.5 x 1 cm
This Cats Eye is a man made stone; it carries wonderful light within it and is a great tool to use in colour therapy but I don’t believe it holds any magic the way real crystals do, but some people do, and this is their interpretation. Cats Eye is said to make its wearer emotionally stable, fortify his spirit and protect from all types of negativity; physical, energetic and emotional. It also is said to strengthen family unions. Cats Eye is a strength giving stone that will help keep the bearer strong willed during testing times. It promotes concentration and is recommended to students as is assists with studies and remaining focused. As an amulet it nurtures feelings of love, guards from infidelity. Yellow is associated with feelings of self empowerment and intuition. Blue is associated with balanced communication and clear speech. Orange is associated with desire, sexuality and fertility. Green is associated with the heart, love and receiving. Lilac is associated with aspects of the higher self, with receiving information from the higher realms, it also has a gentle vibration of kindness. Turquoise is associated with speech and the throat chakra, bringing support and warmth to communication, ideal for therapeutic communications. The term cat's eye, or chatoyancy, is used to describe a phenomenal optical property in gemstones, in this case man-made glass. The effect, when present, appears as a bright, narrow slit similar to the pupils in the eyes of your favorite feline. This phenomenon is caused by parallel fibrous or needle-like inclusions that interfere with the passage of light through the crystal, scattering and reflecting light back to the viewer as a thin line. Although in this case the phenomenon is not natural, it offers an affordable alternative to this rare phenomenon seen with some natural gems.
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