Sodalite Obelisk from Brazil
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This Brazilian Sodalite obelisk has beautiful shades of blue and very nice swirls of creamy calcite. Sodalite is a sodium aluminum silicate and was first discovered in 1806 in Greenland. It can also be found in Brazil, Namibia, India and the USA.
An Obelisk is a tall four-sided pillar of stone that narrows to a pyramid shape on top. It is often representative a marker outlining a particular area such as a sacred space. It's strong directional shape represents the connectivity between the earth and the sky or sun. Today it symbolizes our instinctive reach for the unknown.