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Heliotrope


Heliotrope, sometimes referred to as a bloodstone averaging in color from a moderate to reddish purple, is said to render the one possessing it invisible if it is rubbed with the juice of the herb of the same name. It also stops bleeding and averts danger from poison. A.G.H.


Source(s):

Spence, Lewis, An Encyclopedia of Occultism, New York, Carol Publishing Group Edition, 1996, p. 205

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