A deep green piece of Labradorite which instead of having areas of shine at particular angles like most Labradorite, this piece has a speckled appearance of glittering color most noticeably on its wings.
Lore of the Inuit peoples claim Labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis. This lore derives from the common iridescent optical effect, (or schiller) known as labradorescence.Labradorite is named for its locality on Paul's Island near the town of Nain in Labrador, Canada. It has also been reported in Norway and various other locations worldwide.
The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE
Labradorite is the gemstone of magic, and it awakens in those who carry or wear it the mental and intuitive abilities which include but are not limited to clairvoyance, telepathy, astral travel, prophecy, psychic reading, access to Akashic records, pastlife recall, communication with higher guides and spirits. It enhances “ coincidence control”—the practice of increasing the observed degree of synchronicity and serendipity in one’s life. It is an inter-dimensional stone, emanating an energy which helps one to consciously pierce the veil between our waking world and the many domains and planes of inner awareness. It is a gemstone of adventure, for it offers one the chance to embark upon a multitude of voyages in the inner realms, as well as increasing one’s power to magically affect the outer world. Placed on the third eye in meditation, Labradorite can facilitate visionary experiences of the future, the past, and the many inner domains of time and timelessness.
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