This genuine Sikhote Alin Meteorite from Russia is one of a kind. Each of our meteorites for sale come with a Meteorite Identification Card. Sikhote-Alin was an observed fall in 1947. Eyewitnesses said it was brighter than the sun! Millions of years old, scientists believe that Nickel Iron meteorites, were once part of the molten cores of ancient planets and planetary bodies.
Size: 34 x 23 x 10mm
Weight: 20.6 grams
Name: Sikhote-Alin Meteorite
Certified: Includes a Meteorite Identification Card
Classification: Iron, IIAB-MG (nickle-iron)
Chakras: Root (1st), Solar Plexus (3rd), Third Eye (6th), Crown (7th)
Energies: Inner Vision, Patience, Kundalini Activation, Grounding, ET (Extra Terrestrial)
Sikhote Alin Meteorites help activate the Kundalini and are said to carry "monk" energy. Nickle-Iron meteorites are both grounding and activating. These Nickle-Iron cosmic crystals provide a balance that aids by anchoring and activating inner visions as well as spiritual awakenings. The extra terrestrial nature of meteorite energies also work exceptionally well with Moldavite tektites.
About Sikhote-Alin Meteorites
Sikhote-Alin is classified as an Iron, IIAB-MG meteorite. At approximately 10:30am on February 12th 1947 eyewitnesses saw a bright flash and the deafening sound near the Sikhote-Alin Mountains. The large Bolide (extremely bright meteor) impacted in an area of the Sikhote-Alin Mountains, Primorye, Soviet Union. In 1957 the Soviet Union issued a stamp to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sikhote-Alin meteorite shower. The strewn field for this meteorite covered an elliptical area of about half of a square mile.
There are basically two types of Sikhote-Alin meteorites found.
- Thumbprinted or Regmaglypted pieces, showing fusion crust and signs of atmospheric ablation (melting & flow lines).
- Shrapnel like or fragmented pieces with sharp edges that were torn apart during the atmospheric explosions or blasted apart upon impact.
This item is one of a kind. You will receive the exact meteorite 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.
Image Credit: The meteorite Stamp image is from wikipedia. It depicts a painting by P. I. Medvedev.