Gibeon Meteorite Pendant
Add this unique Gibeon Meteorite Pendant to your outer space jewellery collection. This rare piece of space was circulating as a meteorite for four billion years before it hit Earth. This meteorite hit Earth in prehistoric times and was first discovered in Namibia in 1839.
This pendant is set in a simple .925 sterling silver setting to show off this unique tektite. Due to the iron content of this tektite, it is best to keep it away from water and any acid or bleach products so as to not rust it.
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Gibeon Meteorite Meanings
Kundalini activation, inner vision, spiritual awakening, patience and persistence
Chakras: Base, Solar Plexus, Third eye
Zodiac Signs: All
Gibeon Meteorite Crystal Healing Properties
Gibeon Meteorites are thought to assist in the evolution of human consciousness. Also, they are believed to provide information from other worlds for the greater good of our planet. Similarly, they may assist in spiritual growth, enhance psychic abilities, and are often used to connect with beings from other realms. Meditation with a Meteorite is thought to help one to receive and channel information about the possibility of living a life in another galaxy. Also, astrologers may use this unique energy to improve information and accuracy.
Gibeon Meteorite History and Uses
Meteorites have historically been revered as sacred gifts from God or the Universe by many cultures. They are high vibration stones and have been used to assist in spiritual growth, enhance psychic abilities, and to connect with beings from other realms. Also, Astrologers have used these stones to give more accurate readings.
Gibeon Meteorite Geological Description
Gibeon Meteorites are composed of an iron-nickel alloy and also contain cobalt and phosphorous. The Gibeon meteorite entered our atmosphere at around 17 miles per second an estimated 30,000 years ago. It exploded high in the atmosphere showering fragments over a large region of Namibia, Africa. Prior to this, the meteorite had travelled through space for over four billion years before it fell to earth. It is derived from the core of an extinct planet that was blown apart billions of years ago during the formation of our solar system. The beautiful crystalline patterns within Gibeon meteorites are known as Widmanstatten patterns, and are unique to meteorites. These patterns can only form over millions of years of cooling. As such, it has been estimated that it took about 1000 years for these molten pieces of planetary core to cool by just 1 degree Celsius!
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