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Libyan Desert Glass - Great Sand Sea Glass - Rare Meteorite Formation
Metaphysical Properties of Libyan Desert Glass
Libyan glass is an exceptionally powerful source of energy and protection. It is believed to be around 26 million years old and is linked to meteorites and impact creation. It has long been believed to be a source of god-like energy and influence. It was coveted and used in the creations for pharaohs, including Tutankhamun's jewelry. Also known as Great Sand Sea Glass, it is a stone of strong spiritual energy, known to strengthen willpower and self-discipline. Libyan Desert Glass is associated with the Solar Plexus Chakra, and is an exceptional stone for aiding in Manifestation through focus and will, as well as for protecting the mind from outside influences and psychic attacks.
You will receive one piece of Libyan glass of your choice of weight.
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Specimens are natural materials and stones may feature natural internal fractures, dips, caverns, or inclusions consistent with the growth pattern of the stone. Coloration varies from specimen to specimen.Photos indicate the type, style, material, and quality range of the item. The exact specimens shown in photos may no longer be available.