One purple or pink labradorite or spectrolite palmstone from Madagascar .
The Inuit people's folklore claims Labradorite, a common stone that takes on amazing properties under the influence of the Aurora Borealis' mysterious light, fell from the sky. For all those who wish to tour the world and embrace the universe searching for wisdom and understanding, this is a Stone of Magic in the truest meaning of the word. It's a great way to find your inner spirit, intuition, and psychic powers for self-discovery. There is also a powerful mineral called Labradorite that acts as a formidable shield and enhances your internal energy. Protection from negativity and misfortunes in this world and safe exploration into alternate realms of awareness, and facilitating visionary experiences from the past or future are provided by using this. Known as labradorescence, Labradorite belongs to the Feldspar family and is prized for its spectacular play of color. Iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red can be seen in the stone, usually gray-green, dark gray, black, or grayish-white in color and composed of aggregate layers. The primary blue shows colors ranging from the deepest blue to different faint, almost blue-green tones within the light. When the Moravian missionaries of Labrador, Canada, first discovered this crystal back in 1770, they named it after the region. However, the Red Paint People of Maine have used it for over a thousand years and have mentioned it in traditions from ancient Inuit communities. Europe's nineteenth and twentieth centuries saw it rise to fame as an expensive diamond.