Moldavite

Moldavite

Moldavite

 

Last week this extraterrestrial stone came to me in my dream. I woke up with the image of this green glass stone in my head and had the strong desire to learn more.

I thought it was only fitting to include Moldavite as this week’s #MINERALCRUSHMONDAY.

 

Moldavite is native only to Czechoslovakia near the Moldau River, or Vitava as the Czechoslovakians call it.   It is said that a very large meteorite crashed in the mountainous region over 15 million years ago, melting and morphing into etched crystals. Many scientists differ in theories regarding the origin of Moldavite. Rock was found in the two rural areas of Bohemia and Moravia.

 

Moldavite is a member of the Tektite group of natural glasses. Tektites are glassy mixtures of silicon dioxide, aluminum oxide and other metal oxides with an amorphous crystal structure. Moldavite is the only Tektites that are forest green in color and suitable for gemstone cutting. Specimens with unique etching and carvings are found in sand and gravel pits where water hasn’t eroded the wrinkled exterior.

 

The Stone of the Holy Grail, Emeralds fallen from the sky, since Medieval time this stone was prized for its good fortune and spiritual transformation. Moldavite is known for having intense frequencies and extraterrestrial energies.

 

Moldavite’s green color makes this the stone of the heart. In chakra healing green represents the heart and green crystals are used to resolve blockages and understanding our own needs and emotions clearly. The high vibrations and energy from this stone can activate any and all of the chakras with great emotional release.

Meditating with Moldavite can be done by placing the stone in the hand, on the heart or any chakra that needs repairing. Use a grounding stone such as hematite or smoky quartz after the mediating with Moldavite to harness the intense frequencies.