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Labradorite Flying Saucers

Labradorite Flying Saucers

Add a touch of extraterrestrial magic to your crystal collection with one of La Luna's Labradorite Flying Saucers!


These unique and playful carvings are made from stunning Labradorite crystal and feature intricate details, including carved-in lights.


Each saucer displays a lil bit of that mesmerizing "Lab Flash" that Labradorite is known for, making them both enchanting and eye-catching.


Perfect for pairing with La Luna's Labradorite Mini Planet, these flying saucers are a must-have for any crystal enthusiast. Click here for some planet action.


Please note: no aliens guaranteed, only three available.


Keywords: Awareness, grounding, intuition, motivation protection

Chakras: All

Element: Wind

Zodiac Signs:  Sagittarius, Scorpio, Leo


Labradorite Crystal Healing Properties:

Labradorite activates the inner eye allowing us to further develop our spiritual powers and psychic awareness. It can also assist in moving into alternate levels of consciousness and vibration, helping to consciously ‘move between the worlds, making it one magical crystal. Not only that but with it's ability to unite all of the Chakras, Labradorite can in turn help to strengthen the Aura.  known to help dispel fears and anxieties away, bringing us the grounding we need.

Increasing our attention, determination and motivation, wearing and working with this crystal will help to bring out the best in each of us. 


Labradorite History and Uses:

Labradorite is a stone which displays beautiful 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, Inuit people believed it to have been pieces of the Aurora Borealis which had fallen to earth. It has been used by shamans and healers as a stone of protection, self discovery and universal awareness.  In the 1940’s a type of Labradorite which displays the whole spectrum of colours was found in Finland and named Spectrolite.


Labradorite Geological Description:

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.


    Please note that being hand carved from a natural product, each Labradorite Flying Saucer will vary in colour, patterns, size and shape, making each crystal truly unique.


    Sourced from USA.

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