Libyan Gold tektite is found in the Sahara Desert and is a pale yellow glassy amorphous mineral. The surface tends to be semi-opaque because specimens found on the surface tend to be "sandblasted" during natural storms. The mineral carved into the form of a scarab (a symbol of renewal and rebirth) in the funerary collar of Tutankhamen is believed to be this material.
Libyan Gold is an interesting mineral to work with for those who are attracted to working with the tektite family and also to those with Ancient Egyptian connections through Guides or past lives. It is a supportive mineral for the solar plexus and for working with in meditation or journeying to enhance self-awareness.