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Pearl

Description
A bead of smooth hard lustrous material found inside the shell of certain molluscs, eg oysters.

Properties
bulletPearl attunes the wearer to ebb and flow of life.
bulletPearl has a calming and centering effect.
bulletPearl gives purity and promote faith, charity, and integrity, truth and loyalty.
bulletPearl especially enhances personal integrity.
bulletPearl helps one connect with the Goddess, the ultimate feminine energy.
bulletPearl have been used to treat disorders of the digestive tract and muscular systems, as well as to aid fertility and to ease childbirth.

Etymology
Middle English perle, from Old French, from Latin pernula, diminutive of perna, ham, seashell (from the shape of the shell).
Origin of the word Pearl at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Pearl at Wikipedia

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