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Ammonite Fossil #123

Ammonite Fossil #123

SKU: 123
$25.00Price

Spiritual ID Card

Name: Ammonite Fossil

Aliases: The Spiral Sage, Ancient Guardian

Date of Birth: Millennia ago, during the Mesozoic Era

Place of Origin: Found in marine sedimentary rocks worldwide, with notable sources in Canada, Madagascar, and Morocco.

Appearance: A captivating spiral of petrified beauty, the Ammonite Fossil boasts intricate chambers and delicate ridges, preserving the memory of ancient seas and long-extinct creatures.

Special Abilities:

  • Ancient Wisdom: As a relic of Earth's prehistoric past, the Ammonite Fossil holds the wisdom of eons, serving as a guide for spiritual evolution, transformation, and growth.
  • Grounding Energy: Grounded in the earth's energies, this fossil connects one to the rhythms of nature and the flow of time, fostering stability, strength, and resilience.
  • Symbol of Continuity: The spiral pattern of the Ammonite symbolizes the cyclical nature of existence, representing the eternal journey of birth, death, and rebirth, and offering comfort and reassurance in times of transition.

Strengths:

  • Provides a link to ancient wisdom and knowledge
  • Enhances grounding and stability
  • Supports spiritual growth and transformation

Weaknesses:

  • Fragile and prone to chipping or breakage
  • Sensitive to acidic substances and harsh chemicals
  • Benefits from gentle handling and care to preserve its integrity

Recommended Usage:

  • Place the Ammonite Fossil on your altar or sacred space to evoke a sense of connection to Earth's ancient past and spiritual lineage.
  • Use it as a focal point for meditation or journeying to access insights, wisdom, and guidance from ancestral realms.
  • Incorporate the Ammonite Fossil into rituals or ceremonies to honor cycles of life, death, and rebirth, and to invoke blessings for new beginnings and transformations.

Fun Fact: Ammonite fossils are named after the ancient Egyptian god Amun, who was often depicted wearing a ram's horn, bearing a resemblance to the spiraled shell of the Ammonite.

 

Approx 4" width

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