This artisan made Sterling Silver Moldavite Meteorite Pendant is one of a kind. It features a natural Moldavite Tektite, Park Forest Meteorite fragment, and an Admire Meteorite Pallasite Crystal. All of our Moldavite Meteorite Jewelry comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and Information Card. We only use genuine natural Moldavite Tektites sourced directly from the Czech Republic.
Pendant Size: 1" x 1/4" x 1/4"
- Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
- Stones: Natural Moldavite Tektite, Park Forest Meteorite Fragment, Admire Pallasite Meteorite Crystal
- Chakras: All
- Energies: Transformation, Clearing, Protection, Spiritual Evolution, Grounding, Interdimensional Travel, Prosperity, Abundance
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 a 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. Park Forest Meteorite is a high energy meteorite known as the "wishing star". This energetic stone has two main energetic attributes. 1. The Park Forest Meteorite embodies the energy of Prosperity and is said to bring positive "surprises" to the user. 2. It provides an overall clearing energy. This highly energetic meteorite acts like Selenite in that it cleanses other minerals. It aids in the breaking up and removal of one's negative attitude and actions while also providing insight as to "why" for those actions. Admire Pallasite Meteorites have Olivine crystals that grew inside the meteorite while in space. These special "cosmic crystals" assists in manifesting prosperity and abundance in a person's material life. This kind of meteorite is also associated with helping to release fears of expanding consciousness beyond the physical body.
About Admire Meteorites
The Admire Meteorite is part of a rare classification of Stony Iron meteorites also called Pallasites. These are extremely rare with only 1 in 30,000 meteorites being Pallasite (the rest being Nickle Iron, Stony, etc.). The first find of this Pallasite Meteorite (Admire) was made in 1881 in Lyon County, Kansas USA.
About Park Forest Meteorites
Park Forest is classified as an L5 Chondrite Meteorite found in Cook County, Illinois, USA. It fell on the night of March 26, 2003. It was a bright fireball seen by numerous observers in parts of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Ohio around midnight of March 26, 2003. Numerous stones fell, mostly concentrated in the area of the village of Park Forest. At least two houses in Park Forest were struck, as was the Fire Station. Dozens of other stones or fragments of stones were recovered in the area in the hours and days following the fall.