Gibeon Meteorite and Moldavite pendant CCC176
This is an example of Gibeon Meteorite and Moldavite, as shown in the images.3 smal Moldavite and a round Gibeon Weight: 3.4 grams.
Gibeon is a meteorite fallen in prehistoric times in Namibia. It was named after the nearest town: Gibeon, Namibia. Gibeon meteorites are made of an iron-nickel alloy, but contain also cobalt and phosphorus. The crystal structure of this meteorite is a classic example of fine octahedrite and the Widmanstatten pattern aesthetically appreciated both by collectors and jewel designers. "Moldavite fuses extraterrestrial energies with Mother Earth and takes you way beyond your limits and boundaries. Used since Stone Age times as a talisman and amulet for good fortune and fertility, this is a stone of the New Age. Bringing you into communication with your higher self and with extraterrestrials, Moldavite has its own cosmic connection, which puts you in touch with Ascended Masters and cosmic messengers, facilitating the ascension process." The Encyclopedia of Crystals by Judy Hall.
|Weight (g)||6 grams|
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