RARE ONE OF A KIND Ammonite Fossil Millions of years old from Madagascar

RARE ONE OF A KIND Ammonite Fossil Millions of years old from Madagascar

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This fossil from Madagascar which is millions of years old, is the largest most gorgeous sacred spiral I have ever laid eyes on. 9.5 inches in diameter, this picture does not do it justice.

The Ammonite is a very powerful earth healing fossil. Its spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons of time and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within. Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies. The Ammonite is also often recommended to put in the home to attract health, prosperity and success.

The Ammonite draws off all negative energies. Think of the Ammonite spirals as a filter, drawing in these dense energies which are no longer needed, moving them through the spirals and releasing them as fresh, positive, loving life force energies.

Physically, Ammonites can help to increase stamina and vitality. Use Ammonites when working with issues of blood pressure or problems with the ears, lungs and degenerative disorders. Ammonites will also help to lift the heaviness that is sometimes felt during depression.

Made of Ammonite it is the fossilized remains of ancient sea creatures. A type of cephalopod mollusk, they are found around the world. Much of what we know or presume about ammonites comes from the study of their only known living relative, the nautilus. Most everyone has seen the pearly shell of a Nautilus and can therefore picture what an ammonite was, even though they probably became extinct about the same time as the dinosaurs.

If you appreciate crystals this is a definite gem to add to your collection. It is absolutely breathtaking.

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