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March's birthstone is Aquamarine. This exquisite stone has long been associated with focus and clarity, and is used in many psychic activities. During the 1500s, famous court astrologer, astronomer, psychic, occultist and royal consultant Dr. John Dee used an aquamarine “crystal” ball to predict the best date for the coronation of Elizabeth the First. #GemstoneJune
Cinnamon Broom "Hanging the broom on the back of your door symbolizes the sweeping away of obstacles and/or the negative influences of those who enter your home or try to. It helps you multiply earnings and draw in luck and prosperity. It has been charmed with an I Ching coin which draws in good luck charm and also works as a protective talisman. It is also a good coin to work with for divination, so this one is perfect in the home of any reader, fortune teller or medium."
Copper Hamsa Wall Hanging with Hebrew Home Blessing and Jerusalem Motif by World of Judaica. $20.00. This copper hamsa wall hanging will bring good luck and fortune to your home, and features carvings of Jerusalem surrounding the blessing for home, a beautiful way to bring a piece of the Holy Land into your home.
Wisteria- In general the Wisteria flower means warm welcome and playfulness, but it also can carry the meaning of poetry, youth and steadfast. Wisteria flowers are remarkably popular and important in China and Japan. Wisteria flowers are often used in Chinese art. In Feng Shui blue and purple Wisteria flowers represent balance and calmness. They create harmony in your mind, body and spirit.