Stones: History and Meaning

Moldavite: History, Uses, and Meaning

Amanda Beltz

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Moldavite: History, Uses, and Meaning

Moldavite Simply taking a look at Moldavite, you need not be told that it is a stone of greatness. Moldavite is engraved of spiritual fire. This is not any ordinary stone, but one, destined for a purpose. This mysterious green jewel is star-born. Moldavite was formed from a violent meteoric impact of nature with Mother Earth. Carved by flame and force, falling from the heavens, Moldavite returned to the surface of the earth transformed as a glass of amazing delicacy and grace ready to serve humankind.   History Moldavite is a member of the Tektite group of natural glasses. Moldavite...


Meteorites: History, Uses, and Meaning

Amanda Beltz

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Meteorites: History, Uses, and Meaning

Meteorites Meteorites are precious stones which are said to have originated from outer space. They are formed from particles of the asteroid belt, and comets that have been able to survive after falling through the atmosphere into the surface of the earth. The color range and composition of the meteorite often vary from one meteorite to another. The three basic classification of meteorite include: ·        Irons – The irons comprise of mainly nickel and iron. ·        Chondrites – The chondrites comprise of stone. ·        Achondrites – The achondrites comprise of very rare stony irons. They are made up of stone...


Dinosaur Gembone: History, Uses, and Meaning

Dinosaur Gembone: History, Uses, and Meaning

Dinosaur Bone (Gembone) can be used in making jewelry. This remains one of the most beautiful and rarest fossils that can be found anywhere in the world. Gembones comprise of the fossil of dinosaur bones having gem quality minerals. As a result of the rare and unique patterns and colors exhibited by the fossils, as well as the very rare chances of a dinosaur bone becoming a fossil and also being fossilized with gem quality minerals, gembone are often referred to as the “World’s Greatest Treasure".   The History of Gembone goes back 150 million years. It is also usually referred...