The legend says that aquamarine is the treasure of mermaids, having the magical power to keep sailors safe. His power increases when he is under water. Aquamarine was also said to have a beneficial influence on married couples. The power to ensure a long and happy marriage, and thus it is considered a suitable gift for weddings or anniversaries.
Aquamarine protects against evil. Aquamarine is usually light blue, but the darker the color, the more valuable the stone.
Throughout history, aquamarine has been attributed many properties and has been part of legends and stories. The Romans believed that this stone was sacred to the god of the sea, Neptune. For the Sumerians, Egyptians and Hebrews it was a symbol of happiness and eternal youth. In the Christian era, he was associated with the Apostle Thomas because he imitated heaven and earth, and he had traveled a lot by sea to spread the faith. From its superstition that it guards those who cross waters, to the crystal used in fortune-telling, aquamarine is a semi-precious stone that is part of folklore.
From ancient times to the present day, aquamarine is believed to have a positive influence on the wearer. Although many are myths, the positive influence that color can have cannot be denied. It's an effect similar to looking at the waves of the sea: soothing and relaxing.
It is said to help reduce anxiety and banish nightmares. It can instill a sense of self-confidence and help overcome shyness especially for actors and public speakers.
Aquamarine is the crystal of Scorpio. According to popular beliefs, zodiac crystals protect the wearer and help them to be calm, at peace and focused on what they want.
Aquamarine, the stone of March, most likely due to the fact that it is a water moon and was believed to originate from the sea. It was traditionally the sacred stone of sailors and helped them cross the seas safely regardless of bad weather. It is said to help the wearer face challenges and has a positive effect on mental and physical well-being.