The earliest evidence of Labradorite in ritual use comes from the Red Paint people of Northeastern America, in what is now Maine; missionaries later named the stone after the Labrador peninsula, though Labradorite is also found in Madagascar, Mexico, and Russia. Nicknamed “the magician’s stone,” Labradorite is a powerful tool for awakening one’s intuitive abilities.
This inter-dimensional stone assists in journeying on all planes—through astral travel, dreams, and past and future lives. Each piece of Labradorite is visually electric: in the same way that phosphemes pop against the backs of our eyelids when we close our eyes, the colors in this stone flash and bloom against a great existential darkness. Labradorite works to assist users in gaining full control over their energy. Of course, great power comes with great responsibility, and Labradorite instills in users both a healthy dose of adventure and the desire to master only ourselves, as this stone’s powers are weakened by attempts to manipulate or otherwise affect third parties.