Uni was the supreme goddess of the Etruscan pantheon. She protected women and all cities were under her care. She was a mother goddess, and watched over fertility in all of its forms: the fertility of women and of land.

Her cult was adopted by the Romans, under the name of Juno, as well as the Greeks, under the name of Hera. Some scholars consider that Etruscans influenced the Romans, who included Juno into the supreme trinity, a place occupied only by male gods before.

Today we see her a the personification of the creative feminine energy, devoted not only - and not mandatorily - to the supreme creative act of motherhood, but also to the ideation and manifestation of all kinds of projects. Creative, sensual and abundant, she gives birth to new forces of life.

- gemstones story and properties - 

Jaspers have been revered by ancient people and civilisations throughout the world as sacred and powerful stones of protection. While red jasper has historically been connected with fertility, green jasper is known as “the rain bringer,” considered a sacred stone to protect life’s natural constant renewal and to ensure abundant nurturing to the community.

Considered a universal bridge, kyanite is an extraordinary crystal of connection. In its green version, kyanite is a "growth crystal”, a powerful conduit of the earth's life force of birth, development, and creation, and of the power of nature's constant renewal.




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