Turquoise is a good stone to wear for business trips; it helps for both money matters and travel.
The Arabic name for it, Fayruz, means lucky stone and turquoise was sometimes known as the horseman’s talisman. Horsemen would wear it, mounted in gold, in order to protect themselves from falls. A second turquoise stone was often added to the horse’s saddle in order to protect the animal.
An ancient ritual sometimes used to encourage wealth makes use of turquoise. The ritual needs to be performed during the New Moon and for the caster to avoid looking at the moon until the spell.
The caster would hold the turquoise I their hand while visualising money entering their life. Slowly they would look up to the new moon – sighting it for the first time that month – and then back down to the turquoise. The stone would then be carried until the money arrived.
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Which crystal would you recommend for business trips and travelling?