Plume Agate - Color, Facts, Power, Mythology, History and Myths

Plume Agate Last updated : July 19, 2019 11:08 AM

Agate is one of the commonly found gemstones in the world. There are numerous varieties of the stone making it is truly versatile and effervescent stone. Agate is banded chalcedony belonging to the crypto-crystalline quartz family.Agate is more like an umbrella term used to describe the many varieties of stones that have similar but also distinctive compositions and properties. Varieties of agate is usually distinguished by their color or pattern and also by their place of origin. Agate is usually found in every color known to mankind and even in a colorless form.Plume agate is a variety of agate that is distinguished by its color. It is a red-brown and white colored banded stone that have patterns naturally inscribed within its translucent body. 

Agate is named after the place it was first discovered from. Found in the ancient Achetes River in Sicily (now the river is known as Dirillo or Acate). Theophrastus in 315BC mentioned in his treatise “On Stones” that the gemstone Agate derived its name from the Sicilian River. Research shows that Agate was used in Babylon as an amulet and ornamentation material. Its use has also been seen in Greek and Egyptian civilization. There are also evidences that Agate has been in use in India since ancient times. While the original form of Agate was found in Sicily, today varieties of the stone can be found in almost every corner of the world. Plume Agate is primarily mined from the states of Oregon and Colorado in USA. 

Agate is one of those gemstones that has low intensity which metaphysically means that it vibrates lesser than other stones. Even then it is highly valued for its stabilizing effect and strengthening capabilities. The bands that invariably appear in all types of Agate may seem delicate but in reality they all represent strength. Agate is known to help balance emotions, energize the intellectual capability of a person, improve a person’s physical stamina and balance the positive and negative forces of nature. 

Where is Plume Agate found?

Plume Agate isn’t a rare gemstone and can be found in the mines of Oregon and Colorado. Priday Plume (a variety of Plume Agate) is found in Oregon while Del Norte Plume is found in Colorado. Graveyard Point Plumes is found in Oregon. 

Healing Properties

Agate is known to help stabilize the inner self. It also composes a person and brings maturity. In ancient times it was believed that Agate helps mothers cope with pregnancy. They believed that the stone not only helped mothers go through the pain of pregnancy easily but also helped the unborn baby inside the mother’s womb. In ancient times women were also encouraged to wear an Agate amulet around their neck touching their breasts in order to improve lactation.
 
Physical Healing – Plume Agate is believed to help improve vision. If you do not have good eyesight then wearing Plume Agate may help your condition. Additionally the qualities of Agate that are widely known can also be found in Plume Agate. Agate helps to improve concentration and the analytical abilities of a person. The stone is considered an elixir for the body, one which improves the general condition of the digestive system. It also works wonderfully in treating skin disorders.
 
Emotional Healing – If you want to become a pragmatic thinker, wearing an Agate should help. As a healing stone it is believed that Agate helps the wearer understand reality. You will also value peace and harmony more dearly thanks to the stone. Plume Agate is specifically known to help in making important decisions in life.As a powerful stone Agate is also known to help accept one’s own truth and build self-confidence. It also encourages a wearer to speak the truth. The stone helps one steer away from negativity and ill-will. It fosters positivity, love and courage. 

Spiritual Healing – PlumeAgate is believed to be linked to the collective consciousness of the higher authority of divinity. This particular variety of Agate helps the wearer understand his life’s experiences and links it to his personal spiritual growth and stability. Plume Agate also facilitates psychic visions helping one understand everything about the origin of the world. 

Chakra Healing – Agate as a stone is known to wash off negative energies from the body thus cleansing it. In the process the chakras are balanced and re-aligned. 

Plume Agate Facts

• Plume Agate is one of the many varieties of Agate
• Agate was first discovered near the Achetes River in Sicily
• Agate is believed to be in use since 300BC in Babylon, then in Egyptian civilizations
• Ancient Indians also used Agate as a powerful amulet
• Plume Agate is primarily mined from Oregon and Colorado, USA
• Plume Agate is red-brown and white in color
• Known to be a balancer helping the body align its chakras
• Works on improving one’s vision
• Helps develop one’s pragmatic thinking cells

 

Metaphysical Properties

Agate, in general, is believed to be a great balancer when one keeps it close in life. It is a stone that helps one stay rooted, connected and positive. Plume Agate strengthens one from within, improves memory and spiritual connection. 

Plume Agate at a Glance

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Plume Agate Color

Agate is found in almost every color in the rainbow and more. Agate is commonly found in these colors – white, grey, brown, pink, red, black, orange and yellow. The Plume Agate has a combination of colors – red-brown and white which makes it a distinctive, easily recognizable stone. The presence of iron oxides and hydroxides gives Agates their distinctive colors.

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mirabella
Is it really beneficial in removing negative energies?
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