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Violet Purple color properties

Violet Purple color properties

Natural stone. Violet Purple color properties

Violet Purple color properties
According to Alessandro D’Avenia, purple is failure, because purple is the color of the dead (White as milk, red as blood).
Called the color of mystics, idealists and clergy, violet is closely connected with the spiritual side of human life. The higher chakra has violet color and also inherent in the seventh aspect of the energy of the human aura. Meanwhile, it stimulates imagination, and carries with it energy and peace at the same time. In addition, it leaves the impression of the presence of something unearthly, miraculous, and magical. Every person sees in it something special, but treats in its own way. In particular, for some people purple draws thoughts to God, while for others it stimulates the creative process and inspire noble deeds. And for the third, it plunges them into dreams. One of the colors of the Virgo zodiac sign, and the color of the planet Mercury. According to Feng Shui, this color brings wealth and the power.
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Simply cosmic – Ultra Violet 2018 Leading Color

Simply cosmic - Ultra Violet 2018 Leading Color

Simply cosmic – Ultra Violet 2018 Leading Color

Ultra Violet 2018 Leading Color
Traditionally, the world-famous Pantone Color Institute predicts global color trends and, in particular, determines the color of the year. Recognized throughout the world as the leading source of information for trend forecasts, color solutions and recommendations for the palette, the Pantone Color Institute cooperates with global brands. The latter, in turn, use power, psychology and color emotions in their design strategy.
Interestingly, that in the year of the yellow dog the main color is still not yellow, but ultra violet, according to the institute’s specialists. Undoubtedly, the color of 2018 is simply cosmic! By the way, it’s the favorite color of David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix, Wendy Zomnir and Rihanna, and even Queen Elizabeth II. According to the institute, this is really a reflection of what our world needs today. Ultraviolet is a mixture of calm blue and raging red shades, which ideally reflects the events that are taking place today in the world. In addition, it is a symbol of change for the better.
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Purple color meaning

Life in color. Purple color meaning

Life in color – London. Purple color meaning

Purple color meaning
First of all, lovers of purple are intelligent people, and not because they spend much time reading. Not at all, as they are smart by nature, and their subtle mind usually causes discomfort to the people around them, considering them uneducated people of inferior quality. Therefore, purple lovers try to communicate with their soulmates, or with people of the same circle. In addition, these people are interested in abnormal which pulls them to all mysterious and inexplicable, and they try to explain the strange phenomenon. Besides, these people are not afraid of the dangers, and they are attracted to high speed. However, bad side of purple lovers – they have extremely poor health. And we can say that all the strength they have left in the intellect.
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Purple Color shades

Life in color. Purple Color shades

Life in color. Purple Color shades

Purple Color shades
A dark color, the closest in value to black, some of its symbolic meaning stems from the fact that purple reflects so little light. However, Purple’s complement, yellow, is the palest of the color wheel hues and the color that reflects the most light. Thus, the two together form something like sunlight and shadow (or perhaps, in emotional terms, joy and sadness). Meanwhile, Purple as a color associated with deep feeling, as in “purple passion” or “purple with rage.” In addition, it is the color of mourning for the death of loved ones.
In early cultures, purple dye was extremely difficult and expensive to produce. Therefore, “royal purple” quickly came to symbolize the ruling class, dignity, and power. That’s why purple clothing was forbidden to those of lower rank.
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