Crystals, Semi – Precious or Precious Gems for Prosperity, Wealth, Money and Financial Luck!

Published February 12, 2016 by jptan2012

A lot of my readers know that Citrine and Jade are both excellent prosperity, wealth, money and financial luck stones. However, today allow me to share with you a few more crystals or semi – precious stones that have the same effects.

MALACHITE is a very good stone to help ensure financial luck especially the one that involves securing a contract or work. It also helps prevent you from falling into bad business.

PYRITE is also another good money stone. It’s known as ‘Fool’s Gold’, and when you don’t have actual gold Pyrite is a good alternative though it is not as powerful. It also helps ensure that you don’t fall into bad business.

PERIDOT is a stone that almost resembles an emerald. This is a good stone for financial stability. In fact JP Morgan, a very famous financier, whose financial company was named after him, owns rare and gem quality Peridots! This is said to have help him to become one of the richest person ever lived. This is an especially good stone for those who are struggling financially.

RUBY is another stone considered by Chinese to be a great wealth enhancing stone. This is largely because of the unique capability of Ruby to strengthen one’s chi and yang energy. So this is also a very good power and authority stone.

GOLD RUTILATED QUARTZ is also a good stone to attract wealth luck. The needles like gold strands inside are real gold. So this is a good stone that will resemble the energy of a real gold but not as good. This works best for people who may be experiencing some changes in their career or business.

Remember you can put these stones as display or wear them as bracelets or pendants. If you can only have one it is better to simply wear them.

Again, it’s quite difficult to look for a respectable and trusted supplier. Recently, I wrote about the online supplier Crystals and Gold. So far my readers who got their stones from them are really happy about their service and the quality of the stones that they got. Although I have to clarify that I haven’t met them and don’t know them personally. Just in case you want to try them out you can go their Facebook page by clicking here.


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