💙 Lapis Lazuli Crystals 💪🏼 The Crystal of Power, Strength, Focus, Determination 💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼 & gives you Wisdom & a feeling of Royalty 👑💎🔮 Worn by Kings 👑 & Religious figures 🙏🏼
Lapis Lazuli establishes relationships of love & friendship 💙💞
Helps to express feelings & emotions 😊 Encourages you to take charge of your life 💪🏼💎💞🌎👩🏼💻📚
Lapis is an excellent Crystal for executives, journalists, and psychologists, stimulating wisdom and good judgment in the practical world 🌎 It aids intellectual analysis in archeologists and historians, problem solving for lawyers, and creates new ideas for inventors and writers 💙 Lapis Lazuli is a powerful Crystal for activating the higher mind and enhancing intellectual ability. It stimulates the desire for knowledge, truth and understanding, and aids the process of learning. It is excellent for enhancing memory 💙
A Crystal of truth, Lapis encourages honesty of the spirit, and in the spoken and written word 💙 Wear it for all forms of deep communication 💙 It is also a Crystal of friendship and brings harmony in relationships 💓 A Lapis grid brings calm and loving communication for a home with temperamental teenagers, or children with Asperger's syndrome, autism, or attention-deficit disorder 💙 #lapislazuli #lapis #lapisdecor #lazuli #crystals #royal #kings #royalty #blue #honesty #truth #communication #knowledge
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💙 Lapis Lazuli 💙 As early as the 7th millennium BCE, lapis lazuli was mined in the Sar-i Sang mines, in Shortugai, and in other mines in Badakhshan province in northeast Afghanistan.
Lapis was highly valued by the Indus Valley Civilisation (3300–1900 BCE) and lapis beads have been found at Neolithic burials in Mehrgarh, the Caucasus, and as far away from Afghanistan as Mauritania. It was used in the funeral mask of Tutankhamun (1341–1323 BCE)
By the end of the Middle Ages, lapis lazuli began to be exported to Europe, where it was ground into powder and made into ultramarine, the finest and most expensive of all blue pigments. It was used by some of the most important artists of the Renaissance and Baroque, including Masaccio, Perugino, Titian and Vermeer, and was often reserved for the clothing of the central figures of their paintings, especially the Virgin Mary.