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This necklace is fun fun fun, and oh so versatile! It features a huge hand wrapped Labradorite suspended from a Sterling Silver hammered square, which is in turn hanging from an amazing Sterling Silver chain! The Labradorite has tons of Labradorescence, which I'll show you when the weather cooperates enough for me to take the rest of the pictures!

The Labradorite pendant is 18mm at its widest point by 48mm in length. It's depth is 10mm! It's a big pendant! The "hang" on the pendant is just over 3 1/8".

The chain length is a perfect 18".

You're going to love this one!

History, myth, legend and lore (my favorite part!):

Labradorite is one of the gems of winter. The god of the mines picked diamond and Labradorite as the "Gems of Winter," because they both display all colors and tints of the universe. Both gems combine all colors of light in contrast to all other known gems. Labradorite typifies the sun as the gem of light. It is the "temple of the stars", it also symbolizes the moon advancing without constraint. It is the color of ice, as a drop of water from a mountain spring, like icicles sparkling in winter, or like the stars on a cold winter night. Labradorite, like white light, combines all colors.

The radiance of Labradorite is like ancient sunlight. It is said to have been preserved from the time when the earth was united with the sun. In people from Atlantis, it is said to awaken the sleeping powers of insight, clairvoyance, creativity and knowledge.

In the myths of the northern people, Labradorite is thought to have fallen from the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) and has been connected to ancient magical practices by many from that region. Eskimos believed that the Northern Lights were once trapped in the rocks off the coast of Labrador, but were set free into the air by one of their ancestors who broke one of the rocks with his spear - some of the lights, however, remained trapped in the stone which we now call Labradorite. The Finnish often buried pieces of Labradorite in their fields as an offering to the spirits of the land. Artifacts found in Maine, and dating to around the year 1000, show the use of Labradorite by the Algonquin tribe of that time. One black iridescent variety of the stone, called Spectrolite and which hails from Finland, has been nicknamed "The Shaman's Stone". Labradorite has also been called "Black Moonstone".

Another common myth surrounding Labradorite says that those who are attracted to this stone have ancestral roots in Atlantis, whereas those who are attracted to the stone Angelite have ancestral roots in Lemuria.

It is said that to help one "hear the message of spirit guides," one should wear earrings made of Labradorite. To bring clearer and greater visions, the stone should be placed on one's Third Eye during meditation. Worn as a ring, it is said to better facilitate the "sending and receiving of magic". This stone is also said to assist in invoking the elementals. Perhaps its most important aid is that it is said to help one realize and achieve one's destiny. However, it’s also associated with self-discovery, inspiration, intuition, insight, clairvoyance, clarity of perception, ancient wisdom, and transformation; shape shifting, knowledge, discovery, resourcefulness, courage, vitality, and protection.

Labradorite is reputed to bring both good luck and courage to the bearer, enhance a person's insight, perception and ability to capture psychic wisdom, and then has the uncanny ability to help connect all that to the intellect. This can bring about the courage, as the wisdom is bolstered by the knowledge of what to do with it. The good luck comes as a result of being more aware, and thus making better decisions and having a finer focus on things. Labradorite can, and does, give you a clearer vision on which paths to take in order to blossom into the fullness you were meant to blossom into. Labradorite is said to help one realize and achieve one’s destiny.

Labradorite is a kind of feldspar employed in magic, ritual and ceremonies. It is said to elevate consciousness and protect ones aura, helping to keep the aura clear, balanced, protected, and free from energy leaks. It is said to enhance psychic ability and can be helpful in psycho-navigation, shape shifting and in communication with the divine spirit.

It unites the personal self with the understanding required to both realize and achieve the destiny of this life, relieving insecurity and apprehension, while enhancing faith and reliance in oneself and the divine. It is said to help one with originality and precision, and can eliminate judgment from ones contemplative patterns.

It can reflect and facilitate transformations which are beneficial to one's existence on this plane. It also enhances patience and an inner knowing of "the right time".

Labradorite is said to energize the body and enhance productivity. It can help us to work productively for long periods without tiring. It stimulates us to exercise and to dance. Labradorite balances and reenergizes those that have been overworking or over scheduling.

Labradorite is a power stone, allowing you to see through illusions and determine the actual form of your dreams and goals. It is excellent for strengthening intuitions.

Use Labradorite to stimulate imagination, develop enthusiasm and thus, new ideas, and to see more clearly in meditation.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: labradorite, sterling silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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