Scientific Information: Aquamarine is a sub-gemstone of the mineral Beryl. Aquamarine forms in magma as the magma cools. Beryl comes in many different colors, however, when there is iron present as the magma cools, the mineral takes on a blue-green color becoming Aquamarine.
Revealed by Man: Romans name the gemstone for its resemblance to the sea, “aqua” for water and “mar” for sea. Sailors would always keep Aquamarine on their personnel to please Neptune, the Roman god of the sea.
Legend and Lore: Aquamarine is said to bestow bravery as well as happiness and focus. Aquamarine also encourages healing and youth.
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Scientific Information: Muonionalusta Meteorites are very rare because they are made up of a sturdy yet easily weldable Nickel-Iron alloy as well as stishovite. Stishovite is an incredibly solid mineral that is unique to find on the Earth's crust. The combination of the alloy and the stishovite created a stunning gridded pattern.
Revealed by Man: Muonionalusta Meteorites were first discovered in Sweden in 1906 and is the oldest known meteorite to land on Earth. Muonionalusta Meteorites entered the Earth’s atmosphere around 800,000 to 1,000,000 years ago.
Legend and Lore: Meteorites are often revered as omens or gifts from gods across the world. Muonionalusta Meteorites are stones of high vibration that promote personal growth and spiritual growth. They also amplify psychic abilities.
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