The Magician’s Stone: Labradorite in the Haute Macabre Shop

by on Apr.11, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Labradorite is considered “the Magician’s stone”, and brings one’s deep magical powers to the surface. A stone of protection, both physically and psychically. The dark sister of the moonstone, the crone face of the triple goddess, awakening mystical innate energy and powers within. The ancients believed that the labradorescence flashes were the aurora borealis entombed in the earth, creating this stone.

A small selection of these flashy creatures, and a restock of Garnet palm stones, has been added to the Haute Macabre shop, and they are available now in the “Crystal” section.

Labradorite Slab 1 is just about 5″ across, 2″ thick and stands approximately 4″ at its tallest point. She flashes in a rainbow of peach, green, and blue with a bit of purplish-pink.


Labradorite Slab 3 has all the Reptilian vibes: she’s a scaly looking green and peach long flat slab, perfect for placing your Tarot cards or small treasures on to charge and cleanse, measuring 6″ long and 4.5″ at the widest point.


Labradorite Freeform 1 is a polished freestanding piece, 4″ tall and 2″ wide with a brilliant green flash in one direction and a vivid blue from the other.


Labradorite Freeform 3 is another polished free standing piece, standing 3″ tall and 2″ at its widest point, and flashes in a fire of peaches, blues, and green.


Also included in this update are small charging slabs. I keep a piece like one of these on top of my personal Tarot deck to cleanse it between uses. The deck pictured here is The Starchild Tarot by Starseed Designs.



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