Can I wear both a Yellow Sapphire (Pukhraj) and an Emerald (Panna)?
In Jyotish, Jupiter and Mercury are both considered as the naturally beneficial planets but they are mutually enemic to each other. This means that they tend to counter each others strengths.
In the horoscopes where Jupiter is a functional benefic the Mercury becomes a functional malefic. Similarly, Jupiter becomes a functional malefic where Mercury is a functional benefic.
Jupiter demands unquestioned authority and obedience. It preaches traditional knowledge which must be believed without any debates or arguments. Mercury is perpetually curious and likes to ask questions. It likes to defy the blind beliefs imposed by Jupiter. Therefore, these two are considered enemies.
According to Hindu mythology, Budh (Mercury) is the son of illegitimate son of Chandra ( Moon) and Tara, wife or Brihaspati (Jupiter). This is why Brihaspati and Budh are not on cordial terms ever.
Moon represents the mind. Jupiter represents belief. Mercury is logic. Logic is born by the hidden play of mind despite the dictates of belief.
Yellow Sapphire is a Jyotish gemstone for Jupiter. Its another popular name is Pukhraj. The Emerald is a Jyotish gemstone for Mercury. It is also called Panna. These two are counted as precious gems. They are much sought after by those who like to wear Jyotish gemstones in rings or pendants.
But, You can wear only one of them at a time depending on the planets in your horoscope. Wearing them together can either produce almost zero results or it can create quite conflicting energies which can cause more harm than good to the wearer.
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