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Who is Libyan Desert Glass and why haven't you heard of her?
Moldavite is a stunning, star-born green goddess gemstone found only in the Czech Republic. She is famous, revered, and glamorized. But what about her secret sister, Libyan Desert Glass?
Libyan Desert Glass may not be featured in the world spotlight, but she deserves to be. Libyan Desert Glass is a breathtaking beauty from the African Sahara. She's the exotic Yellow Tektite sister of Moldavite, even more rare.
Libyan Desert Glass is as precious and desirable as Moldavite, yet she yields her special superpowers. The world must know about Libyan Desert Glass! Her secret talents shall be revealed...
Libyan Desert Glass is an impactite Tektite. She was created when a Meteorite struck Libya ages ago, causing the space rock to fuse with earthly sand. The crash sent this newly formed mineral flying into the air. Libyan Desert Glass was ejected across the East Sahara and West Egypt.
Meteorites and Tektites are coveted because they are created from rare and singular events. Libyan Desert Glass is extremely unique because she is yellow. Having landed in the desert, many of her fragments boast pieces of sand embed into the glassy structure. Therefore, she earned the name "Great Sand Sea Glass". She is the one-and-only mineral of her kind.
While Moldavite has made her way through the world market, Libyan Desert Glass is much more exclusive. She hails from the now troubled region of Libya and Egypt. She cannot make her way into the world market due to limited availability, strict government restrictions, and the violence going on in her turf.
When you become a keeper of Libyan Desert Glass, you become one of the very few people in the world to enjoy her company. Consider yourself lucky and blessed.
Great Sand Sea Glass is the only known Tektite adorned in the color yellow. Thanks to her unique tone, she harnesses the bright and happy energy of the sun. When you hold Libyan Desert Glass, you feel a warm glow. She uplifts your mood and helps defeats the darkness.
Libyan Desert Glass was created only once, and never in the timeline of the universe shall you ever see her again. She lavishes you with the power of the sun and the cosmos. She captures the essence of the desert.
Use Libyan Desert Glass at your Solar Plexus chakra to keep joyous. She connects you to happiness at the cosmic level. Where material and earthly accomplishments give you limited, fading joy, Libyan Desert Glass helps you tap into a higher bliss from the spiritual realm.
This Yellow Tektite Goddess is unique in that she's born in the Sahara Desert. Feel the planetary grounding she has to offer; it balances perfectly with her astral vibrations.
When you want to take a shamanic journey into the nostalgic past, pick this African gemstone. When you want to learn the secrets of ancient times, and listen to the whispers of each speck of sand, pick Libyan Desert Glass. Great Sea Sand has seen and heard it all, from the salt of the earth to the building blocks of outer space.
What other secret does Libyan Desert Glass have in store for you? Find out for yourself.
You want to be an elite owner of Libyan Desert Glass, but you don't want to get duped. Because Great Sand Sea Glass looks glassy, she is often replicated in the laboratories using human-made glass. Unfortunately, some earthlings wish to trick you into buying fakes.
Thankfully, Satin Crystals has been absolutely in love with Libyan Desert Glass for many years and we are experts at getting you only real gemstones. Take a look at our Libyan Desert Glass Collection, or find your favorite right here:
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Libyan Desert Glass Showcase
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Libyan Desert Glass Guided Meditation Script & Video
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