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Womens Moldavite Meteorite Silver Necklace Pendant

Womens Moldavite Meteorite Silver Necklace Pendant

$69.93 $94.99

Details

This artisan made women's Moldavite Meteorite Pendant is set in high quality .925 Sterling Silver. All of our Moldavite Meteorite Jewelry comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. We only use genuine natural Moldavite Tektites sourced directly from the Czech Republic. A .925 Silver Necklace is included FREE with the Pendant.

  • Pendant Size: 7/8" x 5/16" x1/4"
  • Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
  • Stones: Faceted Moldavite Tektite 3mm, Campo Del Cielo Meteorite (nickle-iron)
  • Chakras: All, Root (1st), Solar Plexus (3rd), Heart (4th), Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th)
  • Energies: Transformation, Clearing, Protection, Spiritual Evolution, Kundalini Activation, Grounding

Metaphysical Properties

Moldavite is one of the Synergy 12 Stones for activating the light body and is known as "the stone of transformation". It brings rapid spiritual evolution while ushering in change necessary for alignment to one's path in life. Those sensitive to the high vibration of this stone often experience the "Moldavite Flush" causing a sudden and spontaneous opening of the Heart chakra. Combined with other minerals this unusual green tektite also amplifies the energy of other stones.

Campo Del Cielo Meteorites help activate the Kundalini and are said to carry "monk" energy. Nickle-Iron meteorites are both grounding and activating as they provide a balance that aids by anchoring and activating inner visions as well as spiritual awakenings. The extra terrestrial nature of meteorite energies also work exceptionally well with Moldavite tektites.

About Campo Del Cielo Meteorites

Campo Del Cielo is classified as an Iron, IAB-MG meteorite. It was found In 1576 when the governor of a province in Northern Argentina commissioned the military to search for a huge mass of iron, which he had heard that Natives used for their weapons. The Natives claimed that the mass had fallen from the sky in a place they called Piguem Nonralta which the Spanish translated as Campo del Cielo ("Field of Heaven").