Indochinite

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Indochinite Tektite

Indochinite is a Tektite much like Moldavite occurring mostly in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.

According to Dr. John A. O’Keefe, a former NASA astronomer, Tektites may have evolved as a result of lunar volcanoes or collisions, and they may have once orbited the Earth as a Saturn-like ring.

A powerful tool for healing and self-protection during the pandemic.

Indochinite is an excellent companion for healing sessions, especially for root chakra healing, from which the rest of the chakras will benefit. Wearing a Tektite will boost the vibrational frequency of one’s aura field which also means more protection and more energy. When meditating with Indochinite, you will feel grounded, which will assist in extending the consciousness beyond the terrestrial realms.

Put it in your purse or wear it as jewellery as part of your anti-covid regimen to keep yourself extra safe during this pandemic. It can recover vitality, soothe respiratory systems after an illness, and relieve allergies and hay fever. This is just a short list of advantages, but if you had covid and are feeling out of balance, this is something to think of acquiring for yourself, as well as for self-protection when out and about.

 

 

Moldavite

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Moldavite

Moldavite is often considered to be “born from the stars” because it has an extra-terrestrial origin. It falls in the tektite group and currently, scientists have theorized that tektites are produced by the rapid heating and eventual cooling of quartz-rich soils and rocks. The latest hypothesis is that moldavite and, in the same way, other tektites are the result of the terrestrial impact and represent molten target rocks expelled during crater forming.

Moldavite is usually sold in two main grades; standard and museum-grade, which naturally shows greater transparency and offers a distinct fern-like pattern. Either of the types has become fairly costly per gram since it is hard to find a genuine Moldavite in nature. Moldavite occurs in a variety of shades of green, including deep, forest-green, and pale to olive-green. The most desirable colour is a pure, light to medium green with no brown. The finest specimens are transparent and are known to be exceptionally rare. The most common shapes are those that result from its molten formation.

Individual tektite varieties are given distinctive names; derived from the region of their strewn field occurrence, and/or the place or country in which they are found. Examples of regional nomenclature include “moldavites”, named for the Moldau River in the Czech Republic, and “bediasites”, named for the Bedias Indians, for those found in Texas.

Indochinite, is a Tektite very similar to Moldavite.

 

Amazing jewellery made from Moldavite

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We are very proud to present to you some of the beautiful jewellery that Sarah Zannotti creates from pieces of Moldavite supplied by us, which she hand-crafts into beautiful designs.

We show some images below of the astonishing creations that Sarah has made…

The stunningly beautiful ring design

moldavite ring

 

moldavite ring

Astoundingly detailed creations

moldavite jewellery

 

Check out more of Sarah’s amazing works at…

https://www.facebook.com/crystalwireswithlove/

 

Find out more about the Moldavite that we supply by clicking here.

All about our Genuine Moldavite

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moldavite

We often get people asking questions about our Moldavite so we have written this blog to try to answer some of the common questions that we get about it.

 

We often get people asking questions about our Moldavite so we have written this blog to try to answer some of the common questions that we get about it.

 

Moldavite is a natural crystal that was formed when a meteorite hit Earth and threw a great amount of hot rock and sand into the sky. As the rock fell back down to Earth it cooled, oxidised, and solidified from its molten form into the green semi-transparent crystal that we know as Moldavite, which is an oxidised form of Silicon (common sand), chemically represented as SiO2. As a consequence of the rapid cooling in mid-air as it fell, bubbles solidify in the crystal giving it a mottled appearance. In fact, you can often distinguish it from fake Moldavite by looking for these bubbles in your Moldavite as fake Moldavite is unlikely to have it. 

1. Is it genuine? I thought that the original mine had all dried up?

Firstly, all of our Moldavites are genuine and we get it from a long-standing reputable specialist supplier in crystals. It is not treated in any way. Some people ask if there is any certification of this with our Moldavite, but as it would cost over £300 from a gemologist for each piece, most people would not want to pay this for each crystal, so our crystal supplier kindly includes a card with detailed information on both the crystals’ holistic and chemical properties. Fake Moldavite has known to be supplied as pieces of green-tinted glass – look for the bubbles formed during oxidation in real Moldavite!

Some people say that that it’s no longer possible to get Moldavite because the original mine dried up and while the original mine most likely has dried up now, there are other mines dotted around in secret locations (for obvious reasons) which still yield a plentiful supply of genuine Moldavite. NB. Update on Moldavite availability (March 2021) – currently there is a worldwide restriction in the availability of Moldavite making it extremely difficult to obtain and our supplier is out of stock potentially for the rest of this year. As an alternative, you may want to look at Indochinite Tektite instead.

People are often quite keen to get hold of Moldavite because it is said to have extra-terrestrial spiritual properties and although it is true that the asteroid that hit the Earth can be classed as extra-terrestrial, the rock which Moldavite is formed from is itself Earthen silicon-based sand.

Our customers still report back to us that they can feel a great deal of power from our Moldavite and perhaps, indeed, it is this extra-terrestrial link that gives rise to a spiritual connection with extra-dimensional beings and/or energies.

Our finished packs of Moldavite

  Our finished packs of Moldavite

Our finished packs of Moldavite
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Our finished packs of Moldavite

2. Why is it such a small piece? Can I get a bigger piece?

Moldavite is a semi-precious stone and so has a high price to weight/size ratio. This will mean that it will cost more to get a bigger piece as it is highly sought after and valuable.

We can get hold of larger pieces on occasion, although these tend to be more rectangular in shape, unlike smaller pieces that can be more rounded.

One possible alternative to Moldavite is our Tektite Tumblestones which are from the same crystalline family as Moldavite (the Tektite family) and you may find you can still tune into extra-terrestrial properties from these crystals, but have the advantage of being a much bigger stone for your money.

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