Explore the powerful vibration of this rare Moldavite Specimen, a genuine piece from the Czech Republic. Allow yourself to stretch your boundaries and consider new paradigms with this challenging stone!
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Key words: Transformation, rapid spiritual evolution, chakra activation, cleansing, protection, increased incidence of synchronicities
Chakras: All, especially heart and third eye
Zodiac Signs: All
Moldavite Crystal Healing Properties
Moldavite facilitates the revitalisation and acceleration of ones path of personal evolution. As such, its vibration tends to focus in areas where one has blockages or wounds. Consequently, it first clears these areas and then moves into resonance with ones entire energetic system. As a result, Moldavite brings to the surface that which you most need to recognise, honour, integrate or clear. So, many find that this is a very powerful aid for meditation and dream work. Also, this tektite is believed to bring about rapid spiritual development and big life shifts.
Moldavite History and Uses
Moldavite gets its name from the Moldau River (called the Vltava in Czech), the area in the Czech Republic where these tektites are found. This beautiful glassy forest to olive green stone is often etched or wrinkled. Also, it has been found that during the Stone Age it was used to make arrowheads and cutting tools.
Similarly, it has been used since ancient times as a talisman of good fortune and fertility. It was found in Austria with the Venus of Willendorf statue. This is the oldest representation of the Goddess, carved during the Palaeolithic period.
In addition, it is also associated with the Holy Grail legend. The Grail being believed to be carved from an Emerald which fell from the sky. In Czech tradition, Moldavite was given as a betrothal gift due to its properties of creating harmony.
Moldavite Geological Description
Moldavite is a member of the Tektite group, a glassy mixture of silicon dioxide, aluminium oxide and other metal oxides with a hardness of 5.5 to 6. Moldavite’s formation coincides with the meteorite crash that took place in what is now the Bohemian plateau of the Czech Republic, approximately 14.8 million years ago.
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