Crystal Bowl ~ Fossil Orthoceras
The perfect gift additional to your crystal collection or just as pretty for jewellery or trinkets.
Orthoceras are extinct marine animals that no longer exist in this world. These are ancient mollusks, the fossil shells of which originate and are polished at Morocco in the Sahara Desert. Exactly like the ammonites, orthoceras are cephalopod.
The tincture of this fossil is gray and black which were in existence around 400 million of years back. This fossil is still appreciated for its usage as an amazing healing tool which aids the beings in their work on the issues of their past lives.
The shell of orthoceras gemstone is quite straight, pretty coiled and varies in size which ranges from some inches to above six feet. After these shells get dead, these knock down the floor of ocean. Then the sediment covers them and then gets converted into stone where it is preserved in the black limestone. Today, these extinct animals are found in this form only. There is a belief among the people that fossils increase the life span, reduce stress, anxiety and toxins and balance the emotions.
Healing Properties of Orthoceras
Orthoceras are well composed of the physical and supernatural healing properties. These are admired for promoting success, wisdom and pride in business.
Many healers use these fossils to raise telepathy and to inspire the mind of the people. By the tradition, fossils are usually used for helping out the degradation in fatigue, drowsiness, rheumatism and disorders in digestive system.
The Orthoceras is quite grounding and is good for the Root Chakra. It also makes the wearer confident so that he may face the world without any fear. Many people prefer this talisman for the issues that are related to skeletal system like for feet, hands and back.
Orthoceras are kept in the workplace to help the people to accept the beings who are older than them. So, match your requirements with the properties of this gem and try it if it gets toned.
Hand carved in Morocco
*please note each piece is different to the other so the markings will not be the same as pictured.