Diamonds are among nature’s most precious and beautiful creations. Diamonds are the hardest material on earth, 58 times harder than anything else in nature. On Mohs scale of hardness, diamond measures at a 10. Diamonds form under high temperature and pressure conditions that only exist about 100 miles beneath the earth’s surface. The average yield in most diamond mines is 1 part diamond to 1 million parts host rock. Ancient Greeks named the diamond “adamas”, meaning invincible, indestructible and untamed. Warriors in ancient Greece wore diamonds as the stones were thought to strengthen the warrior’s muscles and make them invincible. Diamond is recognized today as the birthstone for April and the gemstone that marks the 60th and 75th wedding anniversaries. Diamonds have been believed to improve one’s energy, environment, growth process, prosperity, love life, faith and endurance.