This Meteorite is a piece of a near earth Asteroid that fell to earth in 2013 around the Southern Ural Mountains region in Chelyabinsk Oblast. It was the worlds largest meteoric event in over 100 years. Metaphysically, it's healing properties can be used to balance and align the energy body(s).
Size: 17 x 13 x 9mm
Weight: 3.32 grams
Certified: Includes a Meteorite Identification Card
Classification: Stone, LL5 Chondrite
Chakras: Third Eye (6th) Crown (7th)
Energies: Centering, Telepathy, Multidimensional, Extra Terrestrial Communication, Access Akashic Records, Interplanetary Energies
Chelyabinsk meteorite has been called the "messenger stone" of space rocks. Holding this meteorite brings a sense of peace and with a quiet reminder to slow down. Meditating with the meteorite one can access ancient knowledge that may have been lost millennia ago. There is also an aspect to this meteorite's energy that is protective if called upon when facing negative forces. One should be responsible if utilizing the meteorites protective side. Combine with rose quartz to experience the "depth of love and all of its faces".
Stony (Chondrite) Meteorites enhance otherworldly connections and assist with astral travel. Stony meteorite's energy is primarily attuned to interdimensional communication. They aid in strengthening the ability to connect telepathically with extra terrestrial (ET) beings beyond this physical dimension. Being silica based, Chondrite meteorites can be programmed. They can also provide a sense of stability and balance in new environments. Meteorites also offers a unique opportunity to work with energies beyond our solar system.
In addition to the metaphysical properties listed above the energies of olivine, feldspar, and chromite also apply. Because the Chelyabinsk meteorite was a piece of an Asteroid in our solar system the astrological aspects could also be considered when working with the meteorite's energy.
About Chelyabinsk Meteorites
On Febuary 15, 2013 at 9:22 am an impacting Asteroid entered the atmosphere over the Ural Mountains, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia. As the sun began to rise an extremely bright meteor (Superbolide) fireball entered from the eastern horizon. For a brief time the initial flash from the 58 foot 12,000 ton Asteroid was brighter than the sun. An extraordinarily massive amount of energy was released from an air-burst that sent multiple shock-waves thundering through the air. Thousands of meteorites fell all over the area. The largest one landed in the center of a lake. The large meteorite fragment later recovered from the bottom of lake Chebarkul weighed 1190 pounds! Witnesses said they heard hissing sounds and saw steam rising from the lake after the large asteroid fragment went through the thick ice. Many meteorites were collected out of the snow by local people. This was the largest meteoric event the world had seen since the 1908 Tunguska event.
That same year in 2013 the "Church of Chelyabinsk Meteorite" was founded to learn from this metaphysical meteorite. The churches founder, Andrei Breivchenko said "A lot of the information is still on the heavenly bearer itself and that needs visionaries to have closer contact with the tablets,".
In November of 2014 scientists and astronomers from Czech Republic and Canada published findings documenting the most likely origin of the Chelyabinsk meteorite. The Chelyabinsk meteorite was once a part of Asteroid 86039 which in our solar system.
May 7, 2022 researchers announced they found never before seen exotic carbon crystals in the meteoric dust of the Superbolide. This was the first time in history that quasi-spherical and hexagonal rod graphite microcrystals had been seen by scientists.
Sources with more info about the Chelyabinsk meteorite's historical importance, the science of its origins, and metaphysical properties can be found on our blog page.
This meteorite is one of a kind. You will receive the exact one pictured. Close-up photography is used in natural sunlight to show detail. The item may appear larger than actual size. Please see size listed for the dimensions. 1" = 25.4 millimeters.