This rare Tatahouine Meteorite is one of a kind. It's unusual olive green color, evidence that it contains 4 Billion year old Fossils, and the location where it was found, around Tatahouine, Tunisia, make this one of the most popular "cosmic crystals". This fragment of Tatahouine meteorite is very small but very powerful! All of our genuine meteorites come with a Meteorite Identification Card.
Weight: 1.8 grams
Dimensions: 16 x 12 x 6mm
Classification: Diogenite / HED Achondrite, Stony Meteorite
Certified: Includes a Meteorite Identification Card
Energies: Clearing, Chakra Activation, Light Body Activation, Multidimensional, Extra Terrestrial Communication, Telepathy, Cosmic Energy
The Tatahouine Meteorite is a very powerful "energy mover". This high vibration cosmic crystal excels at seeking out, locating, clearing, and removing stuck negative energy within the energy body(s). Upon first contact the energy has an almost self guided nature to it. The focus is not limited to one area and does seem to go where it is most needed for the individual at the time. It primarily works on the upper chakras.
For example, holding a piece of Tatahouine meteorite in the hand may quickly begin working on blockages associated with negative thought patterns. The result would be a letting go of or releasing long held "programming" located within the mental body.
Stony meteorites have been used for inter-dimensional communication with extra terrestrial beings beyond this physical dimension. They have also been used to balance and align the energy body(s).
This is an advanced stone. Tatahouine meteorite's level of intensity been compared to that of Moldavite or Phenacite crystals. Caution is recommended for those that are especially sensitive to crystal healing energies. As with moldavite those new to working with high vibration meteorite energies may wish to work with these for brief periods of time. Combined with other minerals this unusual green meteorite amplifies the energy of other stones. Discernment is strongly advised when combining with Moldavite Tektites or other high vibration minerals.
In addition to the metaphysical properties listed above the energies of Fossil, and Stony Meteortite also apply.
Tatahouine Meteorite Science and History
Tatahouine meteorite was an observed fall on June 27, 1931 in the southern part of Tunisia. At approximately 1:30 am a large fireball was seen in the sky outside of the village of Tatahouine (Tataouine) Tunisia. The area became famous after George Lucas's original Star Wars movie was filmed around several locations in Tunisia. The region also appeared in the X-Files movie and was called Forum Tataouine.
In 1996 NASA scientists released a controversial publication announcing the evidence of extraterrestrial life in the form of bacterial fossils in meteorites. Tatahouine was one of only two meteorites which NASA scientists found "nanobacteria-like forms" of four-billion-year-old fossils! These extraterrestrial fossils were found on the orthopyroxene matrix in the Tatahouine meteorite. The rod shaped fossils are made up well formed nanometer size calcium carbonate rosettes (calcite crystals) covered with a thin amorphous layer surrounding them. It was also noted that single calcite crystals of this morphology are not found naturally here on earth.
The meteorite is olive green in color with black veins running through and has been referred to as "the most unusual meteorite ever found". This rare type of meteorite is classified as a HED Achondrite, Diogenite which make up less than 1% of all stony meteorites found. Diogenites are the D class of the HED achondrite clan (Howardite-Eucrite-Diogenite). Scientists believe this Vestian Achondrite meteorite was once part of Asteroid Vesta 4 which is located within the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. It orbits the sun in a period of 3.6 Earth years.
You will receive the exact meteorite shown. 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.