Crystal Medicine

Tektite Natural - 17.99

Regular price $17.99

Natural Tektites formed by meteoric impact

Average Size: 5 x 3 x 2 cm

Average Weight: 2.29 oz

Tektite: Tektites are stones of spiritual advancement that elevates one’s vibration, stimulate psychic ability and expand consciousness.  Tektites are stones of breakthrough, moving beyond limitations and gaining insights into challenges.  Tektites deter entities and other forms of negative attachments. Tektites can activate and enhance psychic abilities, especially telepathy, lucid dreaming and astral travel.

(Rachael Shaffer) Tektite can sometimes increase the frequency of synchronicities, making it helpful for manifestation programs. Those who consistently carry Tektite during their spiritual work may begin to experience a thinning of the veil between dimensions. Tektites offer some healing energies to help with the increase in vibration of human beings. Those experiencing blockages in the lower chakras will benefit from the ability of Tektite to clear them, although it is not a grounding stone. The Tektite can create a powerful energetic link between the lowest and highest chakras, facilitating the free flow of energy throughout the subtle bodies. Working with Tektite can enhance the ability to discern between truth and falsehoods one encounters in daily life. Physically, Tektites help to enhance and accelerate healing from illness and injuries. Placed on the Third-Eye Chakra, Tektite can enhance the integration of higher energies received from other realms. The unique energies of the Tektite are immediately noticeable to those sensitive to the energies of crystals. Tektites are commonly regarded as stones of luck in many cultures.

Tektite: The word Tektite comes from the Greek word, tektos, or molten.  Tektites are natural glass rocks of varrying size, which most scientists argue were formed by the impact of large  meteorites on Earth’s surface. Tektites are typically black or olive-green, and their shape varies from rounded to irregular.  Tektites are among the "driest" rocks, which suggests that they were formed under phenomenal temperature and pressure not normally found on the surface of the Earth.  The terrestrial-impact theory states that a meteorite impact melts material from the Earth's surface and catapults it up to several hundred kilometers away from the impact site, which means that it must have travelled through space (thus explaining the dryness). The molten material cools and solidifies to glass.  According to this theory, a meteorite impact causes their formation, but the material of tektites is primarily terrestrial in origin. They are only found in four strewnfields, three of which are associated with known impact craters.  The ages of tektites from the four strewnfields have been determined using radiometric dating methods. The age of moldavites, a type of tektite found in Czech Republic, was determined to be 14 million years.


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