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Lapis Lazuli

Lapis lazuli is a beautiful blue stone with a long history of use in jewellery and decorative objects. Its name comes from the latin “lapis”, meaning “stone”, and “lazuli”, meaning “blue.” It is often found with tiny flecks of gold-coloured pyrite and white calcite. This stone is associated with the third eye and throat chakras, making it a powerful tool for enhancing intuition, communication, and spiritual growth. It is also said to help ease anxiety and promote inner peace.

Lapis lazuli is typically a deep blue colour but can also be found in shades of green, grey, and purple. It is sometimes known by other names, including “denim lapis,” “afghan lapis,” and “persian lapis.” This stone is associated with the zodiac sign of sagittarius, and is said to be particularly beneficial for those born under this sign. It is also a traditional birthstone for september.

In ancient times, it was highly valued for its vibrant colour and believed to have powerful healing properties. It was used by many cultures in jewellery and for ornamental objects and carvings. In egyptian mythology, it was associated with the goddess Isis and was believed to provide protection and ward off evil spirits. Today, lapis lazuli is still highly valued for its beauty and is often used in jewellery and home decor. Its deep blue colour and shimmering pyrite flecks make it a popular choice for those seeking to enhance their intuition and spiritual growth.

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Lapis Lazuli Tumblestone