Malachite Crystals gem meanings
The first historical references to the use of crystals come from ancient the Ancient Sumerians, who included crystals in magic formulas. The Ancient Egyptians used lapis lazuli, turquoise, carnelian, emerald and clear quartz in their jewellery. They also carved grave amulets of the same gems. The Ancient Egyptians used stones primarily for protection and health
Although no longer in use medicinally, gemstones continued to hold meaning. Until recently, jet was popularly worn by those in mourning, and garnet was often worn in times of war. There is a tradition in a local family here in southwest England: every female descendent wears an antique moonstone necklace for her wedding, which has been in the family for generations. It was only recently that one family member realised this was a fertility symbol.
In the 1980s, with the advent of the New Age culture, the use of crystals and gemstones began to re-emerge as a healing method. Much of the practise was drawn from old traditions, with more information gained by experimentation and channelling
Malachite s a powerful conduit for transferring energy into the body and to absorb environmental pollution, such as geopathic stress, wifi and other radiation. Its reputation includes healing arthritis,. The Egyptians used Malachite as a paste to treat the eyes,cholera and infected wounds. Malachite is a power stone for intense inner transformation and soul catharsis. The crystal is merciless in exposing personality imperfections, outgrown patterns and blockages and ties that must be taken care of before you can evolve spiritually. It makes an excellent karmic and soul cleanser, activating your soul's purpose. It can scour away the residue of trauma from past lifetime and childhood, it then draws in spiritual energy to raise the frequency of your body. Please note Malachite is toxic in large quantities and is best used under the guidance of an experienced crystal worker.