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Amethyst

Amethyst is clear quartz with iron inside that makes it appear purple. It is the most common quartz you will see in fine jewelry. The color ranges from pale lavender to deep purple. Amethyst is mined in Canada, the US, Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Argentina, Zambia, Namibia, and Australia. Australian amethyst ...
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The Color Green

The color green is fresh and exciting, evoking the possibilities associated with new growth and new beginnings. The color encourages growth, forward thinking and good health. It calms the nerves and brings balance to your body or surroundings. Decorate your surroundings with the color green to encourage a sense of ...
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December

December is the 12th month of the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The name December means 10th month as it was the 10th month of the year according to the ancient Roman calendar that began in March. Other Names for the Month Anglo Saxon - Yule monath or Winter monath December Correspondences The birth ...
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February

February is the second month of the year according to the Julian Calendar and the Gregorian Calendar and it is the shortest month of the year having only 28 days in common years and 29 days in leap years. Those born in the first part of February are born under the sign of Aquarius while those ...
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January

January is the first month of the year according to the modern Gregorian and Julian calendars and its first day marks the beginning of the year for those calendars. The name January comes from the Latin Ianuarius and is names after the Roman God Janus of doorways. A Saxon name for January is Wulf-monath (Wolf month) The ...
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Monday

Monday is the first day of the week according to the International Standard Calendar used through much of Europe and the second day of the week (beginning Sunday) according to Christian, Jewish and Islamic calendars and the US calendar. Monday is traditionally the first day of the work week. The ...
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