A Gem for Every Month: Birthstone Lore
Unlucky opals? Soothing emeralds? Joyce and Jenn of Bellflower Bay share a sampling of the fascinating legends attached to traditional birthstones.
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."
Chinese Good Luck Knot by Luna-Veil on DeviantArt
Sorry for the big file and fail-ness of this !!! >< err, so this si the instructions on how to tie the chinese good luck knot that Zuki requested.... Chinese Good Luck Knot