Ethiopian Opal

$36.95

Description: Ethiopian Opal. An Ethiopian opal is a type of opal gemstone mined in Ethiopia. Opals are known for their unique play-of-color, which is the phenomenon where they exhibit flashes of various colors when they catch the light. Ethiopian opals are particularly prized for their vibrant and diverse color displays, ranging from fiery reds, oranges, and yellows to blues, greens, and purples. These opals are typically formed in volcanic rock, sometimes referred to as “Welo opals” after the Welo Province in Ethiopia where they are commonly found.

You will receive the exact item shown. Colors will vary due to angle and lighting.

Source: Ethiopia

Size:  19 x 13 x 11 mm.  Weighs 1.39 grams.   (.7 x .5 x .4 inches. Wt: .1 ounces.)

Metaphysical Uses: Metaphysically, Ethiopian opals possess a unique energy that can help balance emotions and enhance one’s spiritual journey. They are often associated with the element of water, symbolizing flow, intuition, and emotional healing. They are thought to stimulate creativity and inspiration, making them popular among artists and writers seeking to tap into their muse. Additionally, Ethiopian opals promote joy, optimism, and a sense of wonder, encouraging individuals to embrace life’s adventures with an open heart and mind. Some also believe that wearing or meditating with Ethiopian opals can aid in deepening one’s connection to the subconscious mind and accessing inner wisdom.

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Quick Healing Overview:  In the metaphysical world, Opal acts as a prism within the aura, bringing a full spectrum of Light energy to the system, soothing and clearing the emotional body, and boosting the will to live and the joy of one’s earthly existence. It enkindles optimism, enthusiasm, and creativity, and allows for the release of inhibitions inspiring love and passion. Opal enhances cosmic consciousness and stimulates flashes of intuition and insight, yet is a protective stone for deep inner work, meditations, and lower-world shamanic journeys.

Birthstone & Zodiac Uses:  Opal is the traditional birthstone for those born in October. Opals are not natural birthstones. Opal is not associated with a specific zodiac sign but does have a strong affinity with the maternal sign of Cancer.

For Chakra Balancing:  Activating the Base and Sacral Chakras, Ethiopian Opals are joy-filled gems, uniting all the subtle bodies into equilibrium so the whole body functions harmoniously.

Crystal Color Energy:  Opals are most bountiful in their color energies and may contain the full spectrum of rainbow hues. For properties of the dominant color displayed in your stone, see the Color Energy section of this site.

Associated Goddesses: Opal honors Cardea, the Roman Goddess of Doorways and Entry, Persephone, the Queen of the Underworld, and Chirakan-Ixmucane, the Mayan Creator Goddess.

Meditation Uses: Opal promotes a calm and centered mind for prayer and meditation, allowing one to connect with the Earth and her spirit, and to experience the elemental joy of the natural world. Precious Opals carry an intense spiritual energy, magnifying emotions and allowing for deep inner work.

Feng Shui Uses: Ethiopian Opal utilizes Water energy, the energy of stillness, quiet strength, and purification. Water energy is traditionally associated with the North area of a home or room. It is associated with the Career and Life Path area. Its flowing energy will ensure a balance of energy as your life unfolds and flows.

Uses in Divination:  The Divinatory meaning of Precious Opal: Just when you have given up, good luck makes a return appearance. Maximize opportunities to ensure it lasts.

Talisman Energy: Opals are amorphous meaning they do not have a crystal structure. Opal was considered to be a talisman that would allow its owner to recognize his friends and enemies. In the presence of an enemy, the Opal would grow pale, but in the presence of friends or allies, it would turn red with pleasure.