This genuine NWA 869 Meteorite was found in the desert of North West Africa. Metaphysically, it's healing properties can be used to balance and align the energy body(s). This meteorite comes with a Meteorite Identification Card. Special Gift Wrapping is included and we offer Free Shipping for all U.S. orders!
Size: 35 x 30 x 18mm
Weight: 33.4 grams
Certified: Includes a Meteorite Identification Card
Classification: Stone, L3 - L6 Chondrite
Chakras: Third Eye (6th) Crown (7th)
Energies: Telepathy, Multidimensional, Extra Terrestrial Communication, Access Akashic Records, Interplanetary Energies
NWA 869 Meteorites enhance otherworldly connections and assist with astral travel. Stony (Chondrite) meteorites' 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.
About NWA 869 Meteorites
NWA 869 was found in 2000 / 2001 by meteorite collectors in Northwest Africa where they discovered a large low-iron (L) chondrite strewn field. North West Africa 869 is classified as a L3-6 meteorite. NWA 869 contain tiny spheres within its matrix called chondrules. Some scientists believe the chondrules were created as a result of plasma storms deep in space.
Type (L) 3 ~ Designates chondrites that are characterized by abundant chondrules, low degrees of aqueous alteration, and unequilibrated mineral assemblages. Many of the low-Ca pyroxene grains are monoclinic and exhibit polysynthetic twinning. The type 3 chondrites may be divided into subtypes ranging from 3.00 (least metamorphosed) to 3.9 (nearly metamorphosed to type 4 levels). If primary igneous glass occurs in the chondrules, it belongs to type 3.
Type (L) 6 ~ Designates chondrites that have been metamorphosed under conditions sufficient to homogenize all mineral compositions, convert all low-Ca pyroxene to orthopyroxene, coarsen secondary phases such as feldspar to sizes ≥50 µm, and obliterate many chondrule outlines; no melting has occurred.
This meteorite is one of a kind. You will receive the exact piece pictured. Macro 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.