This rare Agni Manitite Pearl of Fire tektite from Java, Indonesia is one of a kind. Agni Manitite's name comes from the ancient Sanskrit “Agni Mani” which translates to “pearl of the divine fire”. Each rare Pearl of Fire tektite comes with a Meteorite Identification card. Special Gift Wrapping is included & we offer FREE Shipping in the US! You will receive the exact piece shown.
Size: 30 x 26 x 16mm
Weight: 11.4 grams
- Certified: Includes a Meteorite Identification Card
Stone Classification: Pseudotektite
- Crystal System: Amorphous
Chakras: All, Sacral (2nd), Solar Plexus (3rd)
Energies: Spirituality, Creativity, Manifestation, Willpower
Agni Manitite is known as a stone of initiation and power. It has been described as fire or dragon-like energy. The people of Tibet consider the Agni Manitite stones to have great spiritual power. It is an excellent crystal to aid with increasing a persons willpower and creativity.
Agni Manitite Tektites work exceptionally well with other tektites, including Libyan Desert Glass and Moldavite; and they also work well with Phenacite.
About Pearl of Fire Agni Manitite
These beauties are also known as Javanite, Pearl of Fire, and Agni Mani. The glistening, dimpled surface of each stone appears dark grey or black when sitting in natural light. When held up to a light source, they are translucent and show tones of warm grey, brown, and dark grey.
Pearl of Fire tektites are part of the Australasian strewn field. The Australasian strewn field covers a large area including parts of Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. Agni Manitite tektites were formed when a meteorite collided with earth. As a result, a mix of vaporized meteorite material and earth material combined to form tektites as they flew outward from the meteorite impact. Agni Manitite tektites landed in Java, Indonesia.
This Agni Manitite tektite is one of a kind. You will receive the exact stone 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.