n Hindu mythology, moonstone was considered to be solidified moonbeams.
In ancient Rome, the stone was linked to the Moon Goddess Diana and was thought to bring love, wealth and success.
Moonstone is one of India's traditional wedding gifts, and is thought to bring luck in love.
Many ancient cultures associated the stone with the moon - when light strikes moonstone, a phenomenon called "adularescence' can be seen, a shimmer which looks very like moonlight shining through thin clouds.
Moonstone and Pearl are considered birthstones for June and Gemini.
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