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Amethyst Stone Meaning & Uses | Benefits of Amethyst Stone

What is Amethyst Stone (نیلم پتھر)?

Amethyst Stone (نیلم پتھر) is the most attractive and powerful, and protective stone and in the variety of Quartz. It has many features and benefits. It helps to protect psychological threats, and it saves from all the harmful diseases. It transmutes energy into happiness, and it saves the user from all forms of violence, including geopathic or neurological pain and other ill wishes.

Amethyst is a natural tranquilizer, soothes irritability, balances mood swings, wreak havoc, anger, fear, and nervousness. Amethyst helps to reduce sadness grief and helps to dissolves negativity. It helps to enable religious feelings, awareness and helps to increase the mentality level. It has powerful capacities for healing and cleansing. Amethyst gemstone promotes addiction, having a sobering effect on alcohol, drug overconsumption, or other addictions.

Amethyst stone (نیلم پتھر) calms and activates the brain, helping you to become more concentrated, boost memory, and increase motivation. It helps understand and recall dreams. It soothes insomnia. Encourages wisdom and selflessness. Amethyst facilitates the production of hormones, tuning the endocrine system, and metabolism. It helps to boost the human immune system and helps to decreases pain, and it helps the body to fight cancer and other dangerous diseases. It helps to destroy the harmful tumor from the body and helps to regenerate the human body tissues. Cleans the Blood from the human body. Relieves anxiety or physical, emotional, or mental pain. Amethyst relieves headaches and gives off the pressure. Hearing disorders are reduced by swelling, bruising, accidents, and treatment. Amethyst treats lung and respiratory tract diseases, skin defects, cellular illnesses, and digestive tract infections. (Read: Uses of Opal)

Amethyst Stone Uses:

Amethyst is the February birthstone. It is characterized by its purple color but it has other variations from light to deep purple and when subdued to hot temperature it changes to yellow. The yellow-colored amethyst is called "burnt amethyst". (Read: Uses of Garnet)

Composition of Amethyst:

Amethyst is composed of a variety of quartz mineral which is abundant on earth. Quartz makes up 12% of the crust of our planet which appears in the form of metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous rocks.

Historical Background:

Amethyst comes from the Greek word "amethystos" which means sober or not drunken. It was believed that the name was given after the color of a wine. This precious stone was said to be used by warriors to avoid intoxication during wars. If you drink wine from amethyst cup, you will be safe from being drunk.

In the early years, the gemstone was thought to be worn by royalties and monarchs. Purple then signifies the color of highness and power. Along the line, the famous Cleopatra was said to have amethyst rings, and St. Valentine let his assistant Cupid wear an engraved pendant made from Amethyst.

Leonardo Da Vinci wrote that Amethyst can dispel evil thoughts and can lead to high intelligence. It has also been mentioned in the Holy Bible that this gem has been one among the 12 stones beautifying the clothes of high priests of Yahweh. Rosaries during those times are made mostly from amethysts. In Tibet, this stone is deemed sacred to Buddha. (Read: Uses of Emerald)

Geographic Distribution:

Amethyst can be mined in South American countries such as Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia and Argentina, as well as African countries such as in Zambia, Argentina, Namibia, etc.

Here is a list of specific localities from where to find amethyst:

1. Guerrero, Mexico - the stones here are darker and in deep purple. The amethysts found here are considered to be one of the most precious amethyst in the world.

2. Vera Cruz Mexico - amethysts here are pale crystallized and have grown in light-colored rocks.

3. Maraba, Brazil - the crystals are not fine and in medium or pale colors. These amethysts are often cut and carved.

4. Rio Grande de Sul Brazil - the stones from large volcanic rocks and appears to be quite large.

5. Thunder Bay, Canada - amethyst here is formed from metamorphic rocks and is unique.

6. Uruguay - characterized by brown or gray exterior

7. Africa - there are large stones but are not attractive; however, the interior color is clear thus cut pieces from this locality is admired and priced.

8. Maine, USA - they are not available for distribution these days

9. North Carolina, USA - the color of amethysts here are blue-violet

Generally, amethysts of South America are available in larger sizes than in African countries, but the latter's stones have finer color and more saturated. On the other hand, amethysts in very dark colors are available in Australian regions. (Read: Uses of Aquamarine Stone)

Amethyst can also be found in the localities of the United States and Canada. Few mentioned places are Texas, Pennsylvania, Carolina, and Ontario. The stones found here are not fine thus are not usually used for jewelry.

Amethyst is available widely in different shapes and dimensions; fancy shapes are also available but generally, the stones are cut in a standard size.

Amethyst Stone Metaphysical Characteristics:

Amethyst is said to be powerful and can the following benefits to the owner:

- Brings calmness and serenity.

- It can enhance a person's ability to learn new ideas faster.

- Can stabilize minds and a balance of emotional, mental, and physical states.

- A person can be tough and good in business.

- It can get rid of all the toxins from the body and can treat arthritis. Other disorders that can be treated are problems in the nervous and digestive system. it can also build up the immune system

Amethyst is the gemstone for those under the zodiac signs of Pisces, Virgo, Aquarius, and Capricorn. It is also the gemstone for the 17th wedding anniversary.

Amethyst, like other gems, has its historical details being deciphered from as far as 25,000 years ago. These stones are characterized by its beautiful color and thus quite expensive. Learning through birthstone will give us much information; some quite factual and others fictional; one thing is for sure, studying this birthstone is very interesting!

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Amethyst Dreams
Amethyst Dreams - Phyllis A. Whitney

Like a lot of other authors who write romantic suspense, Whitney was very hit and miss.  Most of the misses I've read are the ones she wrote in her later years, and this isn't an exception.  The woman could still write well - her island setting came alive - but the plot was soft and sentimental, and the resolution was not a resolution at all.  In fact it was completely unrealistic, unless the poor dead woman meant less than nothing to her family.

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Meaning And Properties Of Green Amethyst

Green amethyst - prasiolite is obtaining popularity lately because of its aesthetic charm as well as the hostile promotional marketing by the precious jewelry sector. However, Green amethyst is similar to its relative the purple amethyst. This name mirrors the process of manufacturing: some amethyst crystals when heated up to numerous hundred degrees alter their color to green rather than yellow. The green shade of prasiolite can range from light yellowish green to dark green gemstone. When having some characteristic tones of green, prasiolite can quickly match some extra pricey gems. The correct amethyst samplings which are made use of to generate greened amethyst are coming mainly from Minas Gerais in Brazil.

synthetic gemstones

Prasiolite is silica - silicon oxide, the same architectural structure as regular amethyst as well as ordinary rock crystal - quartz. It is not unexpected that this gemstone has the stamina of 7 on the Moh's range of solidity of minerals, which makes it suitable for fashion jewelry manufacturing, polishing and reducing.


Some crystals get their green color in natural processes and also this is why there can additionally be located, although not so constant, all-natural genuine amethyst prasiolite. Thus from the above, we can claim that prasiolite is relatively scarce gems. The name prasiolite comes from the Greek name for leek - "prasos" as well as the extension "litos" - suggesting rock.


As a basic policy, the esoteric, as well as healing properties of the green amethyst stone are comparable to those of average amethyst, enhanced by its gracious green shade. Green is one of the colors of the heart, but also the color of Nature, blessing as well as focus. The green shade likewise aids in easing tensions and irritability. It symbolizes self-esteem and well-being. Green Amethyst is the foundation for both the heart and mind. Its energy is critical to self-realization and inner tranquillity, yet it additionally aids in bridging the gap between the metaphysical and physical facets of life. The soft relaxing green shade of green amethyst relieves and also treats any wounds collected within our psychological body.


People that fill in green jewelry are typically well-adjusted. Additionally one needs to consider the reality that we have the ability to identify lots of shades of green shade, far more than of any other shade. It is supported to use green amethyst raw when you like to achieve equilibrium in your emotions, if you experience that you need boosted power, or if you require to excite positive sensations or calm destructive emotions.


When cleaning green amethyst value one must utilize running water and also soft brush. No chemical means are needed. The only point one ought to be careful with is not to expose the prasiolite jewelry to heat or the sunshine, as the color may change. This rock can be scratched just by more challenging stones, for that reason it ought to be isolated from various other jewelry products.


We at Gems N Gems provide the best quality of amethyst and green tourmaline. We are one of the top-most dealers of amethyst gemstones at a very reasonable and affordable cost. To know more about green amethyst and its prices, reach us directly through our official website gemsngems.com.


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Amethyst Stone | Amethyst Gemstone | Amethyst Stone Benefits

The Amethyst Stone is a gemstone that has different focal points and magnificent qualities. The Amethyst Gemstone or the Amethyst Stone Benefits are that it gives its wearer the clearness of mind which is a favored situation, for essential initiative is sounder and sure to rotate its wearer's life to improve things

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Book Tour & Giveaway with Excerpt & Guest Post! Amethyst (The Smokey Blues #9) Emily Mims!






The Smoky Blues Book 9
by Emily Mims
Genre: Contemporary Romance


Deke Gregory has a type – petite, feminine, pliable. His ex-wife was his ideal, but she wasn’t his, obviously. Faced with the realities of joint custody and a family “village” raising his son, Deke sets out to find a woman who ticks all his boxes and thinks he walks on water. Enter Doctor Taylor De Witt: tall, strong, willful, opinionated, and too busy to be bothered with soothing his rough edges. Imagine his surprise when he falls for her – hard.



Taylor De Witt knew she would be a heart surgeon since college. Now a single mother with a schedule that requires roller blades, she has little time for her family, never mind a social life. When she meets Deke Gregory she thinks he’s a Neanderthal – yummy, but from a different era. Little does she know what their mutual attraction will bring, including examining her life to include an everlasting love.




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Amethyst is the 9th book in The Smokey Blues series


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1 Mist
2 Smoke
3 Evergreen
4 Indigo
5 Emerald
6 Mistletoe
7 Violet
8 Ruby
9 Amethyst



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Deke found Charlie sitting by himself staring at his phone. The boy took one look at the dress and shoes and his shoulders sagged. “Brian’s in a bad way, isn’t he?”

Deke sank down beside him. “Yeah, he is. But your mom said she can fix him.” “She probably can. But sometimes…” He trailed off.
Deke choked back his terror. Charlie spoke the truth. There were no guarantees. “I know that. But let’s think positive. If anybody can fix Brian, it’s your mom. She’s the best. Okay, buddy?” “Okay.” Charlie nodded.

Deke looked down at the shoes. “Will your mother have to operate barefooted?”

“Nah, she keeps a change of clothes and tennis shoes in her locker.”
“Speaking of clothes, you need to call your grandmother to come get you and the dress.”

“I already did when I saw them hand the dress to the lady at the desk. Grandma’s pissed.” “Is she?”

Too damn bad.

“You better believe it. She said Mom’s letting Kelly down and that Kelly won’t ever speak to Mom again.”

“It couldn’t be helped. Don’t they know how sick Brian is?”
Charlie looked at him shrewdly. “That doesn’t always matter if you’re the one she’s letting down.”

Deke winced. At that moment Beatrice Gentry, dressed in a mother-of-the-bride outfit almost as gaudy as Taylor’s, blasted through the emergency room doors practically vibrating with fury. She looked around the waiting room, finally zeroing in on Charlie and Deke sitting beside him. She marched up to them and yanked the dress and shoes out of Deke’s arms. “Come on, Charlie, we’ve got to get moving. Damn your mother’s hide, anyway,” she snarled as Charlie stood up. “One damned day we asked for. One damned day she needed to have someone cover for her. One damned day for her little sister. Do we get it? Nooo, she’s buried in an OR and Kelly’s down her maid of honor. She’ll be lucky if your aunt ever speaks to her again.”

Deke rose to his feet, barely able to leash his ire. “Mrs. Gentry, that’s enough. I’m sorry about the wedding. But Brian’s in a bad way this morning and she’s in there trying to save him.
That’s more important than a wedding, I don’t care how disappointed her sister is.” Beatrice eyed him like a turd on her shoe. “Tough shit. We asked her for one day.”
“Damn it, don’t you understand?” Deke trembled with fury. He was almost yelling and didn’t care. “It’s Brian in there. The wedding’s not that important. That’s my son. She’s trying to save the boy I love.”

“I understand all too well.” Beatrice lowered her voice and looked at him with contempt. “It’s okay for her to miss Kelly’s wedding to save your kid, but when she missed your shindig to save Gina Harker’s life, she was all wrong and you broke up with her for it. That nameless, faceless single mother of three teenagers that Taylor stayed behind to help that afternoon is my best friend’s daughter. Taylor saved her life. Did you give a damn about that? No, you didn’t. You came out and said so. You told her you didn’t care who it was, that you were tired of never coming first. You decided you didn’t matter to her and you kicked her to the curb.”

Beatrice stopped and took a breath. “Yes, I’m angry and I’m disappointed. But Kelly and I will forgive her, which is more than you were willing to do.” She looked him up and down.

“How does it feel now that the shoe’s on the other foot?” Like crap. It felt like crap.

Deke stumbled backward as Beatrice’s tirade sunk in. Taylor had made the same decision the afternoon she was supposed to fly to Washington that she had today. She’d opted to stay behind and save a life. She’d chosen to do the best thing she could for her patient.

She’d chosen to put her patient first.

And he’d broken up with her for it. And yet today, it was perfectly well and good for her to do the same thing, because today it was his child whose life was in danger. And she’d asked him that very thing standing in his living room with tears in her eyes.

Yeah, he was a real shit.





Hello again, romance readers! This Stormy Vixen and I am so excited to have Emily Mims join us as she tells us how to create a believable villain.

Emily, welcome and thanks so much for joining us and sharing your insight on such a spectacular subject.


Creating a Believable Villain

Moriarty. Iago. Lex Luther. Hannibal Lecter. The Wicked Witch of the West. Just the sound of their names brings the thought of evil to mind. These are some of the more memorable of the numerous villains, or ‘bad guys’ if you will, created by skilled authors to pit against the heroes or ‘good guys’ of the story. Villains appear in many different literary genres, from political thrillers to science fiction to mystery to romantic suspense to serious literary work. They can be supposed friend or former friend turned enemy, an ideological opponent, a thug or a psychopath with a bone to pick. They can be a lone wolf or the tip of a much bigger iceberg.


They can be thieving or murderous or diabolical. Their ire can be personal or they can hate what the hero stands for. They can be out to destroy the hero personally, financially, or by destroying what our hero loves most. They all have one thing in common-they are up to no good. But they are a necessary foil to the goodness of our heroes and heroines, and a carefully crafted, well-written villain can be just as memorable as the hero or heroine they are created to challenge.

Back in the early days of my career I wasn’t overly worried about creating a good villain. Most of my books were straight romances, and while there was the occasional rotten apple I was not creating true villains in that genre. Even the books with a slightly suspenseful theme did not have a villain as such. But when I decided I wanted to add the elements of danger and suspense into my stories I had to sit down and think about what made an effective villain in literature and how to bring that villain to life. And then I had to figure out how to bring that character into the story in such a way that neither the hero, heroine, or reader knows until the end who their nemesis is nor why they are doing the things they do. This takes some careful plotting-no flying by the seat of one’s pants-and occasionally it takes going back into the story and adding hints and clues that were not included in the first draft.

So what makes a villain in a romantic suspense novel believable? I try to make sure that my villain first and foremost is a villain, not a hero who does bad things or antiheroes such as the Corleones in the Godfather series. My villains have to be doing something evil, something that is going to bring harm to my protagonists or others in the story and they are not to be admired for it. However, it is very important that the villain have a reason for doing what they do. Sometimes having them a thug or a greedy titan is enough, especially if our hero or heroine gets in the villain’s way, but it is infinitely better if the villain has a specific bone to pick with his or her victims. That issue might seem unreasonable to everyone but the villain, but it has to be reasonable to him or her. And it is never enough, at least in a suspense novel, just to declare the villain psychopathic or ‘crazy’. There has to be a reason the villain is what he is and doing what he does.

So what else do I include when I craft the bad guy of the piece? My villains are all smart-scary smart in some cases, and I make sure that they would have the skills to carry out whatever crimes they commit in the course of the story. In an early version of ‘Solomon’s Choice’ my villain Cissy was a vindictive but weak alcoholic dependent on someone else to carry out her nefarious plans. After it was pointed out to me that Cissy as I had portrayed her could not have carried out the crimes she is guilty of I turned her into a cunning, manipulative loner who by guile got others to do her bidding. I make sure the villain has the skill set to carry out the crimes they are perpetrating. (I would not, for example, have a mild-mannered chemistry teacher shooting someone from a hundred yards away or strangling them with her bare hands, but I could and did have her poisoning people with chemicals from her stock room.) A careful matching of character to skill set not only makes the story and the villain more believable but also provides valuable clues to the good guys trying to track them down.

Should a villain have a conscience? Sometimes yes, sometimes no. My villains in ‘Solomon’s Choice’ and ‘Daughter of Valor’ did not. They loved and they grieved and in their minds that made their heinous behavior acceptable. My villains in ‘Never and Always’, on the other hand, do have consciences. They know that they are hurting innocent people and even come out and say that to one another, but make the decision to go ahead and deliberately do things to innocent people in order to destroy the woman they hate. Either scenario works, depending on the context of the story, and in the hands of the right author it’s great fun to watch a villain with a conscience destroyed by his own actions.

A strong hero and heroine deserve an interesting, believable, bad guy, a villain worth besting in the end, and I always do my best to make sure that they get one.





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Author of eighteen romance novels under the pseudonym 'Emily Elliott', Emily Mims combined her writing career with a career in public education until leaving the classroom to write full time. 'Solomon's Choice' is her first romantic suspense and the first novel she has published under her own name. The mother of two sons, she and her husband Charles split their time between Central Texas and eastern Tennessee. For relaxation she plays the piano, organ, dulcimer, and ukulele. She says, "I love to write romances because I believe in them. Romance happened to me and it can happen to any woman-if she'll just let it."




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