Labradorite has been used throughout time whenever 'The Sight' was needed.
Owls appear in archetype stories throughout the world. In many cultures, Owls are considered to be a symbol of wisdom and healing. In Native American cultures, owls represent watchfulness and the ability to move soundlessly between different realities. Owl is often connected to mystical or magical characteristics because of this inate ability.
Owl nature inspires us to be patient and learn to trust our own inner guidance system in order to access insight in order to get to the root of any issue. As Owl matures, this wisdom is often well respected and sought after by others due to the reliable, wise counsel.
The Owl might be famous for its wisdom, but it also has a sense of independence and humour. Throughout the Owl’s life, this type of person pursues knowledge and wisdom beyond that which is readily available in the world.
The shadow side of Owl can present as dogmatism in their beliefs, possessive towards the ones they love, and their goals. When the Owl is able to avoid these tendencies by recognising that to cling to any system is a form of militancy, the Owl is free to use their wings fully, connecting within, sharing wisdom with pure joy.
Owl Totem Guardian Labradorite (Green Flash)
Labradorite Crystal System is Triclinic.
Atoms formed three axes, all of them are unequal in length, none of them are right angles to each other. Its shape is three dimensional like a cube, but it has been skewed or inclined to one side making it oblique. All crystal faces are parallel to each other.
Labradorite is a feldspar gemstone. It often displays a beautiful iridescent play of colours, which can move as the stone is rotated.
Labradorite gemstones usually have a dark base colour with metallic-looking colour plays of blue, green, yellow, and red. This iridescent effect is commonly known as labradorescence, and is named after this stone. It is caused by internal fractures that reflect light back and forth, dispersing it into different colours.
Labradorite in a white matrix is often called "Rainbow Moonstone".
Spectrolite is a particular variety of Labradorite from Finland.
Labradorite got it's name by Missionaries on the Isle of Paul, near Nain, Labrador, Canada.
The Eskimo Inuit people, Canada's First Nations believed that the Aurora Borealis was imprisoned within the stone and the Northern Lights were missing from the sky and locked in the iridescent stone.
Only when a warrior crushed the Labradorite, were the lights set free and returned to their rightful home.