Enhances self-mastery and increases renewal of self; helps to initiate the process of centering and alignment of the total person. It acts as a repellant against negative influences. Onyx gives strength. It promotes vigor, steadfastness and stamina, Imparts self-confidence helping you to be at ease in your surroundings.
Onyx banishes grief, enhances self-control and stimulates the power of wise decision-making. It encourages happiness and good fortune. Onyx treats disorders of the bones, bone marrow and blood. It is beneficial for teeth and the feet.
Onyx has a long history of use for hard stone carving and jewelry, where it is usually cut as a cabochon or into beads. It has also been used for intaglio and hard stone cameo engraved gems, where the bands make the image contrast with the ground. Some onyx is natural but much of the material in commerce is produced by the staining of agate. Onyx was used in Egypt as early as the Second Dynasty to make bowls and other pottery items. Use of sardonyx appears in the art of Minoan Crete, notably from the archaeological recoveries at Knossos.
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