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Ammonite Fossil #123

Ammonite Fossil #123

SKU: 123

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.


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


  • 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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