Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Aquamarine - Wolf of March

The birthstone of March is Aquamarine. Also there are two birthstones of March because one is modern, the Aquamarine and the Bloodstone is a traditional March birthstone.

For those who were born in the month of March the Aquamarine is the traditional birthstone. The March birthstone poem reflects some of the properties with which the Aquamarine is associated - faithfulness, courage and friendship. The Traditional Metaphysical Properties for the March Birthstone Aquamarine are  awareness, quick response and easing communication problems. The healing properties of the March birthstone are reputed to be effective for health problems relating to throat problems and stress-related illness.

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Also information that March stone was a Bloodstone. 

For those born in March, it is often considered a lucky charm if wearing Aquamarine or Bloodstone to represent their birth month. Some would consider that the birthstone doesn't fall into place with the zodiac. The birthstone is a seperate element and has different meanings, while the zodiac is shaped by the stars.

The "Aquamarine Wolf" and "Bloodstone Wolf" is a birth totem for people who were born in the month of March, whether they are Pisces (February 19 - March 20) or Aries (March 20 - April 20).

March born Pisces people are lucid but edgy.
March born Aries people are passionate but fluffy.

March is a period of Winter's end and the arrival of Spring. It's a time of the Spring equinox when daylight hours change, and the sunlight grows bigger and longer in the day.

The month "March" was named after the Roman god of war, Mars yet it was once called Martius by the Romans as it was considered the first month of the year. In the Gregorian calendar it's the third month of the year, when Spring begins, and more flowers appear in abundance.

Hibernating animals wake up. The Spring begins in March and flowers start to appear. This is when the sun lingers and days start to get longer. It's the month of celebrating the ancient tradition we now know called Ostara a feast of the goddess Ostara.

March birthstone
The meaning of Aquamarine
The meaning of Bloodstone

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