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Three thousand years ago, some Indian children discovered some glittering pebbles at the bottom of a river. These beautiful stones immediately seduced them. Without waiting, they brought several pieces back to their village. Indians called this stone “fruit of the stars” as they have never seen such a robust and beautiful stone. However, diamond’s name originates from the Greek word “adamas”, which means “invincible”. The name refers to its extraordinary hardness and its protective virtues.
In Antiquity, diamond’s fame reached countries near the Mediterranean Sea. Egyptians, Greeks and Romans also fell in love with this rare stone. Convinced that it was a powerful protective amulet, they wore diamond around their neck to ward off bad luck. People also believed that diamond powder could protect from poisoning. Besides, many Asian religions (Taoist, Buddhist, Hindu, etc.) use diamond as a part of their religious rituals. In the 11th century, goldsmiths were finally able to make a clean cut of this precious stone. This allowed them to use diamond in jewellery.
In the 18th century, after years of experimentation, researchers discovered this stone’s chemical formula. They finally realised that it contained 10 carbon and 16 hydrogen atoms. Even if its composition remains unchanged, diamonds can display several colours: pink, yellow or, in rare cases, grey.
Light-grey diamond removes fears and worries. Besides, it restores self-confidence and provides courage to its wearer. As a powerful stimulant, it fights against stress and allows you to overcome difficult situations. Thanks to its connection with the Crown chakra, this stone also helps you to reconnect with yourself and to reach a higher state of consciousness.
Grey diamond resonates with the seventh chakra: the Crown chakra. It therefore allows you to channel cosmic forces and connect with the universe.