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Labradorite

Originally found in 1770 on the Canadian Peninsula of Labrador, this material also occurs
in Madagascar, Finland, Mexico, Russia and Australia. It is a feldspar whose play of colors is
probably caused by interferences of light on twinned lamellae. It is said that in ancient Atlantis labradorite was considered a mirror to the soul. It stirs long dormant memories of our connections with the past, and shows us the light within. It also indicates a strong soul connection to the star system Sirius.
Labradorite

Labradorite

(AlSi3O8)Ca(Al2Si2O8)sodium calcium aluminium silicate

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