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Labradorite is a mixture of two chemically related but slightly different feldspars. Albite contains sodium and anorthite contains calcium. Alternating layers of albite and anorthite start to develop as labradorite cools.  Light can reflect off and between them, producing an iridescent play of color known as schiller (Old High German scilihen “to wink’).  The name comes from the Labrador Peninsula in eastern Canada. Labradorite was first documented there scientifically by Moravian missionaries in the last 18th century.

Labradorite Sphere

  • Labradorite

    • Source of Origin (location THIS crystal was mined from): Brazil
    • Source (where the crystal grows around the world): Madagascar, Italy, Greenland, Finland, Russia, Canada, Scandinavia
    • Weight: Approx. 1.75lb
    • Size: Approx. 90mm
    • Availability: Common
    • Crystal System: Triclinic
    • Color: Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Black, Gray
    • Chakra: Third Eye, Crown, Higher Crown
    • Number: 6, 7
    • Element: Wind
    • Zodiac: Leo, Scorpio, Sagittarius
    • Planet: Moon, Uranus
    • Benefit: Psychic Abilities, Intuition, Transformation, Expanded Awareness, Attunement, Nature, Calming, Creativity
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