Labradorite is found across the globe from USA to Finland, Mexico to Australia and Russia to Madagascar. It has a Mohs hardness factor of 6-6.5 and is a vitreous to pearly member of the feldspar family. It was named after Paul Island in Labradore, Canada, where it was first formerly identified in the 1770s. However, the Native Americans and Eskimo Inuits collected, crushed and used Labradorite stones well before this. Eskimo Inuit Legend believed that the Northern Lights were captured inside these beautiful, flashy stones, until a brave warrior released most of them, the rest remain in these unique crystal formations. The Welsh Goddess of the moon and stars, Arianrhod  is the Goddess most associated with this magical stone. She is the Goddess of prophecy and dreams and lives within the Aurora Borealis, the place where souls go when their body dies and they are waiting to be reborn. Supports: Intuition, Imagination, Clarity, Transformation, Synchronicity, Protection, Brings light, Psychic gifts, Master healer for the spirit, Adventure, Spiritual growth