Aries birth love stone of Aries individuals born in March is the bloodstone. While that of Aries individuals born in April is the diamond. Actually, the birth love stone of an individual is truly associated with the month of birth rather than the Sign under which a person was born.
Aries birth love stone for individuals born in March is the bloodstone. They share this fortunate yet inexpensive earth stone with those Pisces individuals who were also born during the same month.
It is in the chalcedony family of stones and is sometimes known as the heliotrope, which is derived from two Greek words meaning "sun-turning
The bloodstone, an opaque green jewel with flecks of red (resulting from iron oxides), has been called the Stone of Courage, Vitality and Iron-Clad Strength, aiding an individual to focus on the energy of the heart.
It is also sometimes referred to as the Stone of the Warrier or the Gem of the Martyr. The bloodstone is believed to assist in the overcoming of stress and anxiety, while revitalizing love and friendships.
In addition, it is credited with the ability to bulldoze obstacles out of an individual's path, while bringing honesty and integrity to relationships. It is also thought to renew love and heal wounds, tempering strength with compassion.
Aries birth love stone of individuals born in April is the diamond.
They share this fortunate jewel with those Taurus individuals who were also born during the same month. The diamond, a sparkling precious stone, white or blue in color, is sometimes referred to as the King of Crystals (or King Stone) and Stone of Invulnerability.
Traditionally, this jewel is the symbol of purity and innocence, considered to be most lucky when worn on the left side of the body. The hardest of all precious gems (and the hardest substance known in nature), it is a crystalline form of carbon.
The word diamond is derived from adamas, which is Greek in origin and means "indomitable" or "unconquerable," suggesting the eternity of love. It represents strength, virtue, bravery, fearlessness, invincibility and insight, bestowing these fine attributes upon its wearers.
The diamond is considered to be the greatest of all gem stones, revered throughout the ages not only for its great beauty and strength, but also for its powerful positive spiritual and physical influences. This stone is said to enhance the wearer with charm and beauty. During the Middle Ages Queen Elizabeth I was made a gift of a diamond to ward off the plague and Napoleon carried a sword with a diamond in the hilt to assure victory in battle.
It is thought this tradition may have begun in 1477 when Maximilian I of Austria presented a diamond ring to Mary, daughter of the Duke of Burgundy, as a betrothal gift. To dream of diamonds was once thought to be a sure sign of success, wealth and happiness.
The diamond is the traditional gem for the 10th, 30th and 60th Wedding Anniversaries. It is also known as the Winter Gemstone.