Labradorite Polished Pebble
These Labradorite Polished Pebbles make a great addition to your crystal collection. Gift one of these pieces to someone special to show them you’re thinking of them. Labradorite is known as the stone of magic. Is it time to bring some magic into your life?
These crystals have beautiful flashes of colour and boast exceptional quality. Each piece is approximately 7.5cm in length.
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Zodiac Signs: Sagittarius, Scorpio, Leo
Labradorite Crystal Healing Properties
Labradorite is thought to activate the inner eye, allowing one to more clearly envision the past, future, and distant places. As such, it can assist one in moving into alternate levels of consciousness and vibration, helping one to consciously ‘move between the worlds. Similarly, it assists with the manifestation of serendipity and synchronicity. Labradorite shows us the wonderful opportunities that arise when we are in harmony with all our aspects, both mundane and spiritual. La
History and Uses
This beautiful stone displays mesmerising flashes of iridescent colours of blue, green, yellow, copper and grey. It gets it’s name from the location it was found in 1770 by Moravian missionaries in Labrador in Canada. It had been used by the native people of Maine for over a thousand years. Also, Inuit people believed it to have been pieces of the Aurora Borealis which had fallen to earth. Similarly, it has been used by shamans and healers as a stone of protection, self discovery and universal awareness. As such, it has been dubbed the Stone of Magic as it has had such a significance to many groups of people.
Lastly, in the 1940s a type of Labradorite which displays the whole spectrum of colours was found in Finland and named Spectrolite.
Labradorite is a plagioclase feldspar, a sodium calcium aluminium silicate mineral with a hardness of 6 to 6.5. It is found in Canada, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia and the USA.
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