Pearl of FIRE Meteorite (Agni Manitite)

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Higher vibrating than MOLDAVITE and due to being a new find, not as expensive....yet.

Agni Manitite, also known on the market as Pearl of Fire, is an extremely rare tektite found on the island of Java, Indonesia. The color ranges from a dark charcoal grey-black to a smoky translucent color. Its name is derived from the ancient Sanskrit term “agni mani”, meaning “pearl of the divine fire”. These tektites were formed when a meteorite crash landed over the Indonesian archipelago. This resulted in the heating of the surface that was enough to liquidize it, thus giving Mother Earth a mineral from out of this world. What makes this so rare, is that most of the pieces of Agni Manitite are now underwater, resulting in this tektite to be incredibly hard to come by.

Pearl of Fire resonates directly with the solar plexus chakra, activating it and engaging it to “warp speed”. You’ll immediately notice the connection and overseeing ability of your personal energy levels and the unique attributes that make you, you. Most of these traits stem from our second brain (our gut) and hold the key to unlocking a majority of answers we may not have even been looking for. This tektite specializes in raising your creative, manifestation, and adventurous energy levels to new heights. This is in hopes of one channeling their own conjured energy into the task, dream, goal or desire that is at the forefront of their mind. Pearl of Fire should result in increased confidence of yourself and your own capabilities. You are given a gift when you are born into this world; free will (consciousness). This is simply the ability to freely pick and choose your interests, while being consciously aware of your emotional state. Agni Manitite helps direct your own personal will to that which truly brings happiness and joy into your life. This results in better thinking, strength, and positivity that will spread throughout your physical vessel like wildfire.

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