Libyan Desert Glass
Libyan Desert Glass is found over a few square kilometres of the eastern Libyan and western Egyptian desert.
Dated up to 29million years ago, it's original origin is debated but is believed to have been formed from some sort of impact.
When the burial chamber of King Tut was found, in the centre of his breastplate was a stunning scarab beetle carved from this mysterious form.
Closely linked to the solar plexus, this stone is thought to bring warmth and light to the carrier with high vibrational properties.
It is a bringer of energy and can aid to boost the immune system.
A strong companion for manifestation work and transformational properties. It works on self-confidence and inner power to combine the mind, body and soul