Botryoidal Chalcedony with Shark Tooth, Fossilized Coral, Pearls and Seashells
Chalcedony utilizes the energy magnifying capacity of Quartz, it’s main constituent element, to beam out its serene vibrations to soothe one’s whole being, from the conscious mind to the inner and animal self. It helps one speak things which are below one’s normal awareness and is a good stone for therapy and an excellent tool for those counseling others.
Fossilized coral is a natural gemstone that is created when prehistoric coral is gradually replaced with agate. Corals are marine animals and it is their skeletons that are fossilized and preserved. The fossilized coral forms through hardened deposits left by silica-rich waters. The entire process can take over 20 million years. This particular type of coral, Horn Coral of the order Rugosa first appeared during the Ordovician Period, which began 488 million years ago; and persisted through the Permian Period, which ended 251 million years ago, so this fossil is a minimum of 251 million years old.
According to metaphysical beliefs, fossil coral is a grounding stone good for bringing about change and it is believed to enhance longevity. Although coral is not a traditional birthstone for any month, it is a non-traditional zodiac stone for Taurus.
Carcharocles angustidens is a species of prehistoric megatoothed sharks in the genus Carcharocles, which lived during the Oligocene and Miocene epochs about 33 to 22 million years ago. This shark is related to and the ancestor of another extinct megatoothed shark, the Megalodon. Throughout history, shark teeth have been revered as a representation of masculine strength and have been recognized as a sign of confidence, self-trust, power and warrior prowess. Today, Shark’s teeth are believed to help one in adapting to social situations and aid one in mastering and navigating life situations to their favor by strengthening intuition, confidence and adaptability.