Alternative Names: Also known as Libyan Golden Tektite
Origin: From Libyan Desert Glass Area, Great Sand Sea, Western Desert, Egypt. This is a minor strewnfield.
Mineral Species: N/A - Tektite
Mineral Group: N/A - Formed after the impact of a giant meteorite approximately 15 million years ago in modern day Bavaria. Glassy minerals of this type, formed by meteorite impact are known as Tektites.
Chemical Formula: SiO2
Crystal System: N/A
Colour: Translucent straw yellow
Typical Appearance: Glassy pieces, usually with a frosted undulating surface.
Chakra Alignment: None
Origin of Name & Mythology: From the source localition.
Libyan Glass is most soothing. It brings a smooth watery flow of energy throughout the physical, mental, and emotional bodies, and assists flow into other dimensions. It has a gentle connection with the Sacral and Solar Plexus Chakras, so may be helpful in treating stomach and digestive complaints, as well as improving general energy levels. Some experts ascribe qualities to Libyan Glass usually associated with powerful Sacral Chakra crystals, with alignment to the element Fire (some examples are more golden than the typical creamy yellow specimens which may explain this association).
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