No other element symbolizes so much power and wealth and has been so hard fought for as gold. Gold has had the same status for thousands of years and in almost every culture worldwide. It is one of the first metals to be worked by human hands and made into artistic objects such as jewellery, figurines, masks and adornments on clothing and objects.


Gold symbolises the purity of the spiritual aspect of 'All That Is'. It is a symbol of spirituality and development in the realm of complete understanding, enabling one to attain and maintain communion with the source of all being.

Because of its healing powers, gold is used, among other things, as an antidepressant in healing stone therapy, which can alleviate depression, dissatisfaction and inferiority complexes. In addition, gold strengthens the personality, gives vitality and increases self-confidence. This precious metal is associated with loyalty and love and is also said to increase the joy of sexuality. Gold makes you more sociable and arouses desires and desires.