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Labradorite Properties

Labradorite

Stone Name: Labradorite

Other Stone Names:
Black Labradorite
Black Moonstone
Labrador Moonstone
Labrador Feldspar

Stone Specifics:
Crystal of Magic
Matriarch of the Unconscious
Stone of Magic
Stone of Transformation

Keywords: Protection, Intuition, Transformation, Knowledge, Ascension, Higher Consciousness, Empowerment.

Stone Color: Gray-green, Dark Gray, Black or Grayish-white refracts light as iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red

Stone Origin: Legends says that Labradorite originated in Canada, and was discovered by Moravian Missionaries in 1770 on the Isle of St. Paul in Labrador. During an archaeological dig for artifacts of the “Red Painted People” of Maine, pieces of this stone were found as well. In Inuit lore legend says Labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis, an ordinary stone that transforms to the extraordinary, shimmering in a mystical light that separates the waking wold from unseen realms. Labradorite was called "firestone" and "fire rock" by the natives. 

General: Labradorite heightens intuition. Labradorite is a stone of transformation and change, it can encourage self awareness. Labradorite helps reveal the truth behind illusions and resolve old issues. Labradorite can stimulte the imagination and can calm an overactive mind. Illusions are dispelled and it is easier to see true intentions with Labradorite. Labradorite is said to open a channel with the highest self.

Magical Powers:
~ Centers one awareness of multiple realities
~ Awakens one's innate magical powers
~ Helps to pierce the veil to inner awareness
~ Increases capacity to perceive with the inner eye
~ Removes tendency to attempt to control others
~ Uncovers unconscious and subconscious belief patterns that generate unpleasant emotions
~ See through illusions

Chakras: Crown (3rd Eye), Throat,

Zodiac: Libra, Cancer, Leo

Mystical Birthstone: Labradorite is the mystical birthstone of February and March

Element: Water

Location: Labradorite is found in Canada, Australia, Finland, Madagascar, Mexico, Norway, Russia and the United States

Mohs Hardness: 6 - 6.5

Composition: Sodium Calcium Aluminum Silicate

Labradorite Meaning

Labradorite Stone Meaning

Labradorite Stone Meaning

Labradorite Properties

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