Lapis Lazuli Tumblestone Pendant
Mystical, Cosmic, Visionary, Truth, Wisdom, Expression
Chakra: Throat, Third Eye
Composition: Sulphur containing sodium aluminum silicate
Colour: Deep Blue, Grey
Oils/Herbs: Frankincense, Sage, Sandalwood
Lapis Lazuli is a deep blue metamorphic rock, it is considered to be a semi-precious stone prized for centuries for its beautiful appearance.
The stone is also known a Blue Corundum or simply Lapis
Metaphysical & Healing Properties
It was believed by the ancient Sumerians that the spirit of gods lived within these stones, it was the symbol of the night sky for the ancient Egyptians, the stone is associated with strength and courage, royalty and wisdom, intellect and truth.
Lapis Enhances telepathy, past-life recall, visionary awareness and deepens meditation.
It helps in recognising and dissolving emotional pathologies.
Lapis Lazuli has the ability to release stress bringing peace and harmony, the stone encourages self awareness and self expression revealing inner truth, it facilitates positive traits including honesty and compassion.
The stone is considered to be a protective amulet, it is usually worn to protect one from psychic attack and to ward off evil and negative energies.
Lapis Lazuli can activate the psychic centers at the Third Eye Chakra, it can enhance ones intuition and facilitates access to spiritual guidance.
It is considered to be a stone of the visionary awareness bringing new information to one’s mind in images rather than in words.
Lapis is known to enhance ones intellectual ability making learning new things and retaining information easier.
The stone has stimulating effects on the Throat Chakra, it is considered to be stone of initiation a catalyst for mystical journeys to higher awareness.
Lapis enables the connections to ones past lives assisting with recovering the memories and experiences of those past lives.
Harmonizes/Combines with Moldavite, Alexandrite, Chrystophrase, Larimar, Turquoise
The name Lapis Lazuli is derived from two different cultures, Lapis is Latin for “Stone” and Lazuli is derived from Persian word “lazhuward” meaning blue.
Lapis Lazuli has been mined in Afghanistan as long as 12,000 years ago, the stone was exported to the Mediterranean and Asia during the Neolithic age.
It was used to make the famous burial mask of King Tutankhamen where it was inlaid with turquoise and gold.
Powdered Lapis was used as eye shadow by Cleopatra and most of Egyptian royalty.
Pilny the Elder famous Roman historian and naturalist wrote that Lapis Lazuli is “opaque and sprinkled with specs of gold”.
Biblical scholars believe that references in the Old testament referring to sapphires are actually indicating Lapis Lazuli because sapphires were not known in the middle east at that time.
In the old Jewish traditions the stone was considered to be a symbol of success because it combines the blue of the heavens and the golden glitter of the sun.
In the early Christian tradition Lapis was regarded as the stone of Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ.
Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.