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There are centuries-old Inuit tribe legends that reference labradorite rock and are at the heart of labradorite meaning. According to legend, the "Mighty Being" hit the iridescent mineral rock with his fist to initiate travel into the sky. Labradorite was called "firestone" and "fire rock" by the native people. It was also used by Boethuk people in Labrador and Newfoundland prior to 1770. Labradorite stones were believed to contain elements of the Northern Lights which were the source of the iridescent labradorite color. This belief is at the core of labradorite meaning.
Labradorite meaning is deeply rooted in the labradorite stone's use as a "Stone of Magic." This iridescent mineral rock has been greatly valued by diviners, healers and shamans throughout the ages. The vivid labradorescence revealed beneath the gray or black labradorite surface represents deeper, hidden realms beneath the everyday world. These "seen" and "unseen" elements define the root of labradorite meaning.