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Tektites and Moldavites - Bearing and meaning

Mineralogical profile of Tektite (Thailandite)

Chemical formula, mineral class: 60 - 80% SiO2 (oxide, rock glass), up to 10% Al2O3 (aluminum oxide) and other minerals, mainly silicates

Formation: Splashes of terrestrial material melted by impact of meteorites, cooled and solidified in flight

Color: depending on origin dark brown to black (Thailandite), yellowish-green (Lybian Glass), dark green (Moldavite)

Gloss: glass luster

Crystal system: Amorphous

Mohs hardness: 5 to 5.5

Cleavability, conchoidal fracture: No cleavability, conchoidal fracture

Localities, main supplying countries: China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Australia, USA, Ivory Coast, Czech

Appearance: furrowed, rough discs or nodules

Use: Popular collectible, rarely only as cut gemstone. Popular as a stone for silver and gold jewelry and due to the exciting Entsehungsgeschichte to the introduction to mineralogy

The stone medicine uses Tektite to promote empathy, clairvoyance and the realization of being a spiritual being. The attachment to material things wirs solved, so that the future can be viewed optimistically.

In gemstone astrology, Tektite is estimatedm for Virgo-born to reduce excessive need for security and to promote spontaneity and new ideas.

Availability: low

Name: The name Tektite derives from the Greek word tektos = melted. Tektites are usually named after the area where they are found - black tektite comes from Thailand and is therefore also called "Thailandite".

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Mineralogical profile of Moldavite

Chemical formula, mineral class: SiO2, oxides, rock glass

Formation: splashes of terrestrial material melted by meteorite impact in Nördlinger Ries, cooled and solidified in flight

Color: Bottle green

Gloss: Vitreous luster

Crystal system: amorphous

Mohs hardness: 5 to 5.5

Cleavability, fracture: no fissility, conchoidal fracture

Localities, main supplying countries: mainly along the Vltava (Bohemia/Czech Republic); sporadically in Lusatia and Waldviertel

Appearance: Furrowed, rough slices or nodules; very light (usually under 20g/piece)

Use: Popular collectible, now also increasingly important as a jewelry stone. Findings from the Stone Age prove that Moldavite has been worn as an amulet for thousands of years. In gemstone astrology, Moldavite supports the connection of the Pisces-born with the boundlessness and vastness of the cosmos. It is used here to stimulate empathy and mediumistic abilities.

Availability: very low

Name: The name Moldavite is derived from the finding area on the banks of the Moldau.

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Use of Moldavite in gemstone healing

Stone healing uses Moldavite to promote clairvoyance and the realization of being a spiritual being. Dissolution of (too) strong material attachment and liberation from worries about money and the future is supported. With the help of Moldavite the mental-spiritual quality of things can be grasped more easily, so that material aspects fade into the background. Moldavite strengthens the empathy and brings memories (again) to the surface, so that a deep insight into the meaning and the task of our existence becomes possible. With the insights gained in this way, unconventional and spontaneous approaches to solving problems and mastering complex tasks can be developed. For this Moldavite is gladly put on the "third eye".