I started to reread the drops, but it may take a while.😅
in the meantime, let's see what we have here.
Portraits by Lee Balterman
The pics are in black and white, so the stone on the ring obviously looks black.
Black (Ancient Egyptian name "kem") was the color of the life-giving silt left by the Nile inundation, which gave rise to the Ancient Egyptian name for the country: "kemet" the black land. bit.ly/2FCPObZ
I can’t go further on this track.
If only we knew at least the real color of the stone... right, Q?
In any case, let's see what red stone it may be and what meaning it may have, seen that it seems so popular among THEM.
Is it relevant or the color red is the main signifier here?
Is it carnelian? Red agate? Garnet?
There are many red gems: gemselect.com/other-info/red…
“That’s a religious ring. That little rock that you see inside is a type of blessing,”
Its name comes from a Latin word meaning "flesh" and it is associated with blood and sexuality.
Carnelian is mentioned in the Bible many times (see pics👇🏻)
>was symbolic of the warm blood of life and was thought to purify the blood
>was used to make the Dyed pillar amulet, symbolic of the tree trunk in which the body of the god Osiris was assembled
“Between the forelegs of the scarab, the risen sun disk "Re" is depicted. It is made of a clear red carnelian set in gold”
Only certain thing is it was carnelian and inspired the poem The Cornelian
Link to the poem if you want to read it bit.ly/3a04H64