..inside my battleground..

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I'll edit this later. Just got some things to attend to first. *sigh*
Other Interesting Links
I thought I should keep the following links. They might be of use to me later.

  • Antique Classic Car
  • Baby Store
  • Tech and Gadget
  • Jewelry Buying Guides
  • Mini Cooper Car
  • Auto Part
  • Movie Music Reviews
  • Cancer
  • Skin Blog
  • Trade Show Exhibition
  • Home Office Furniture
  • Digital Cameras
  • Car Interior
  • Printer and Accessories
  • Shoes
  • MLB Fan Gear
  • NASCAR Fan Gear
  • Monitors & Projectors
  • Other Links
    ++Baseball Almanac
    ++Fast Pass TV
    ++Heartbeat of the Bronx
    ++Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil
    ++One Manga
    ++Twilight Coven Philippines forum
    ++Philippine Nurse
    Other things
    *Chan Robles Virtual Law Library
    *Corpus Juris
    *The 1987 Philippine Constitution
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    Thursday, 2 June 2005
    Modern birthstone: opal or tourmaline

    Zodiac gemstone for libra: peridot

    Ancient traditional birthstones:

    Hebrew: aquamarine

    Roman: aquamarine

    Arabic: aquamarine

    Hindu: coral

    Polish: aquamarine

    Russian: beryl

    Guardian angel: tsuriel

    His talismanic stone: agate
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    All of Nature窶冱 splendour seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colours of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts.
    The name Opal was probably derived from Sanskrit 窶忖pala窶�, meaning 窶掀aluable stone窶�. This was probably the root for the Greek term 窶徙pallios窶�, which translates as 窶彡olour change窶�. In the days of Roman antiquity there existed a so-called 窶徙palus窶�, or a 窶徭tone from several elements窶�. So the ancient Romans may already have had an inkling why the Opals show such a striking play of colours.
    For ages people have been believing in the healing power of Opal. It is reported to be able to solve depressions and to help its wearer find the true and real love. Opals are supposed to further enhance the positive characteristics for people born under the zodiac sign of Cancer. Black Opal is recommended to those born under Scorpio, and Boulder Opal is the lucky stone for Aries.The fantastic colour play of Opal reflects changing emotions and moods of people. Fire and water, the sparkling images of Boulder Opal, the vivid light flashes of Black Opal or the soft shine of Milk Opal 窶� striking contrasts characterise the colourful world of this fascinating gemstone. Maybe this is the reason why it depends on our daily mood which Opal we prefer. Opals are like human emotions: you always experience them different and anew.
    Hehe... And that's my birthstone. =p
    posted by JenShinrai @ 6:06:00 am  
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