Root chakra. Red symbolizes energy, strength, physical existence, and vitality. It is associated with the material side of life (abundance) and survival issues. It is used to stimulate the life-force, increase circulation and to energize the nervous system. Red increases your connection with the Earth, it gives strength and will to live in the physical world. It speaks of fertility and sexual issues. Ruby intensifies life force energy in the root chakra and kundalini line. Stimulates the will to live and survive. Alleviates chronic fatigue and other environmental toxic diseases. These Rubys are very brightly colored with beautiful tabby crystal formations. Some are record keepers!
Ruby Tabular Crystals
Metaphysical Properties- Ruby is said to be one of the stones used in the breast plate of the high priest. Ruby is a gemstone that is used to promote energy throughout the entire energetic system. Being it is very stimulating, Ruby is a good choice for those who need to increase their energy, great for chronic fatigue and other ailments dealing with listlessness. Some say that Ruby is a stone of protection, especially against sorrow, distress and bad dreams. Others feel it is a great stone to help women with child bearing and to balance the menses. The Rubies that I offer are a tabular formation, many with record keepers. These are records are thought to be information from the times of Lemuria. Some feel that these records are from the teachings of the ancient masters in India.
Numerology- Ruby vibrates to the number 3. Joy and creativity.
Gemological Properties- Ruby is a variety of the mineral species Corundum; it belongs to the trigonal crystal system and offers a chemical composition of Al2O3. Ruby is seen in transparent to opaque gemstones with a orangy red to purplish red color. some stones do offer phenomena: asterism and chatoyancy or stars and cats eyes. The refractive index is 1.762-1.777 and the specific gravity is 4.00. The cause of color may be due to chromium, with possible modification of color by iron and titanium. The hardness is a 9 on the moes scale of hardness, only a Diamond is harder, being a 10. The major sources are Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Afghanistan and India