Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring
Carry a piece of outer space with this Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring. This simple band suits both men and women and is a great alternative to a wedding ring. Alternatively, it’s a wonderful option for those who love the simplicity of wearing a raw meteorite without any silver.
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Available in three different sizes, please note which size you require at checkout.
US size 8.5, internal diameter 18.5 mm
US size 9.15, internal diameter 19.15 mm
US size 11, internal diameter 20.45 mm
Muonionalusta Meteorite Meanings
Keywords: Kundalini activation, inner vision, spiritual awakening, patience and persistence
Chakras: Base, Solar Plexus, Third eye
Zodiac Signs: All
Muonionalusta Meteorite Crystal Healing Properties:
These meteorites can assist in the evolution of human consciousness, they
provide information from other worlds for the greater good of our planet. Meteorites assist in spiritual growth, enhance psychic abilities, and are often used to connect with beings from other realms. Meditation with a Meteorite helps one to receive and channel information about the possibility of living a life in another galaxy. Astrologers can also use this unique energy to improve information and accuracy.
Muonionalusta 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. Astrologers have used these stones to give more accurate readings.
Muonionalusta Meteorite Geological Description:
Muonionalusta meteorites are composed of an iron-nickel alloy and are also one of the few meteorites to contain stishovite an extremely rare form of shocked quartz. The Muonionalusta meteorite found in Sweden in 1906 is our oldest discovered meteorite entering our atmosphere an estimated 800,000 to 1 million years ago. It exploded high in the atmosphere showering fragments over a large region of northern Scandinavia. 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 these meteorites are known as Widmanstatten patterns, and are unique to meteorites. These patterns can only form over millions of years of cooling. It has been estimated that it took about 1000 years for these molten pieces of planetary core to cool by just 1 degree Celsius!
Affirmation: My unwavering commitment to spiritual growth fuels the fires of my inner awakening.