Libyan Desert Glass (sometimes referred to as Egypt or Egyptian Desert Glass) is a rare and beautiful impact tektite, found in only one remote location on Earth, near the Libyan/Egyptian border. It is associated with an ancient meteorite impact.
Interest in Libyan Desert Glass goes back more than 3,000 years. Among items recovered from King Tut’s burial chamber is a gold and jeweled breastplate. In the center sits a beautiful scarab beetle, carved from Libyan desert glass.
The Libyan Desert Glass is extremely useful for people who want to strengthen their will power. A great source for spiritual energy, the Libyan Gold Tektite is considered as a strong protective stone that contains the unique power of golden ray within it. Libyan Desert Glass is a transformational stone that offers up powerful enhancing energies that directly resonate with one’s solar plexus, sacral, and third eye chakra.