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There are reports about the use of gemstones for healing purposes from almost all ancient cultures. The oldest date back to the 4th millennium BC and are of Sumerian origin. Already the ancient Babylonians and the Assyrians knew healing tinctures made of gemstones. Dioscurides, a well-known Roman doctor of the 1st century after precious stones and gives advice for the internal use of powdered stones. In modern times the writings of Hildegard v. Bingen enjoy increasing popularity again. She did not gain her knowledge through extensive research, but through visionary insight and attested the "King of Gemstones" a helpful effect on people. The name "diamond" is derived from the Greek "adamas", i.e. "indomitable" and is mythologically assigned to Venus. Spiritually, it serves knowledge and has a positive effect on organs related to mental activity, such as the brain, nerves and sense organs.
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