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Labradorite is an igneous mineral that is composed of calcium and sodium feldspar. It is found in large quantities in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, where it was first discovered in the late 1800s. Labradorite is known for its unique iridescence and play of colors, which are caused by light reflecting off of the different layers of feldspar. It is thought to have been used as a talisman or amulet by the ancient Inuit people. Labradorite was also used by shamans and healers to help bring balance and harmony to the body. Labradorite is used in jewelry and decorative pieces today due to its stunning iridescent qualities. Geologists believe that Labradorite was formed from molten magma that cooled slowly deep beneath the Earth's surface. Labradorite is mined in several countries, including Russia, Canada, and India. The most valuable type of Labradorite is known as the "Rainbow Moonstone".
The ankh was an important symbol in Ancient Egypt, representing life and immortality. It was closely associated with the gods and goddesses of the day, particularly Osiris and Isis, and was often used in amulets, jewelry and other religious artifacts. It was believed to be a powerful symbol of protection, granting strength, health and long life.