Cats Eye Pendants

What is a Cat’s Eye Gemstone?

Coming from the family Chrysoberyl, the Cat’s Eye gemstone is composed of Beryllium Aluminate. Also known by the name of Cymophane, this alluring gemstone is translucent yellow in its appearance. A Cat’s Eye Gemstone is known for its signature phenomenon of “Chatoyancy” or the Milk and Honey effect. This is a band of silky green light which runs across the body of the gemstone.  Mined in the countries of Sri Lanka, India, Brazil, East Africa, Tanzania and East Africa, this gemstone carries a hardness of 8.5 out of 10 on the Moh’s Scale of Hardness.

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What are the astrological benefits of wearing Cat’s Eye Pendants?

According to the belief of the Astrologers and the Gemologists, the Cat’s Eye gemstone is ruled by the astrological planet “Ketu”. This gemstone possesses some transcendental properties which make it very valuable in Astrology and Gemology.

Some of the benefits received by retaining Cat’s Eye Pendants are :

•    In the terms of finance, wearing Cat’s Eye Pendants bring their wearers with enormous wealth through the means of betting, gambling, horse racing and stock exchange. But this provision of health is done secretly.
•    In the terms of health and healing, wearing Cat’s Eye Pendants is beneficial in treating leukaemia, paralysis, back ache, apoplexy, rings worms, arthritis, gout, hormonal imbalance and pimples.
•    Wearing Cat’s Eye Pendants bring a state of complete satisfaction in the wearers’ life which leads for the attainment of Moksha/Nirvana.
•    While wearing a Cat’s Eye Pendant brings discipline to its wearer, this pendant is also worn as a good luck charm in different cultures.