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Muonionalusta Meteorite Healing Properties and Benefits

Muonionalusta Meteorite Healing Properties and Benefits

What's the Meaning Behind the Muonionalusta Meteorite Jewelry?

The rock comes from the Muonionalusta meteorite, which hit the earth several million years ago and was found in 1906 in Kiruna, Sweden.

Why Choose Muonionalusta for Your Jewelry?

If you're looking to add a unique and awe-inspiring piece of meteorite jewelry to your collection, the Muonionalusta meteorite might just offer the meteorite benefits you're seeking. This rare and ancient rock has a fascinating history that stretches back millions of years.

The Muonionalusta meteorite was first discovered in 1906 in Kiruna, Sweden. It's believed to be the oldest known iron meteorite, estimated to be about 45,653 million years old. This space rock is made up of iron and is said to contain healing properties and benefits.

Why Named it Muonionalusta Meteorite?

In 1910, Professor A.G. Hogbom publicly announced the discovery of a meteorite, which he named "Muonionalusta" after a location near the Muonio River. The name can be difficult to pronounce for some: it is pronounced as [mu -o-ni-o-na-lu-sta] or /Moo-oh-ne-oh-nah-loo-stah/ and means "food on the bottom of Munio River".

Professor A.G.Hogbom

Later on, professor Nils Göran David Malmqvist also conducted in-depth stony-iron meteorite research in 1948. And he found that Muonionalusta may be the oldest known meteorite (45,653 million years old). Scientifically, it marks the first discovery of ultra-quartz in iron meteorites. Studies have shown that it is the oldest meteor that visited the Earth during the Quaternary period about a million years ago and was the iron core of an asteroid. When it fell on our planet, it shattered into many pieces.

Iron Meteorites: What Sets Them Apart?

Stishovite is a high-pressure polymorph of Si02. It is a scarce mineral and only found in the context of a few meteorite impact structures. Meteorite quartz is impossible to find in an asteroid with an iso-nuclear pressure matrix. Therefore, one can boldly assume that the formation of stalagmites in the Muonionalusta meteorite is related to the impact event.

Iron in Meteorites: What You Need to Know

A 2010 study reported the dating of lead isotopes in the Muonionalusta meteorite and concluded that stishovite came from an impact event hundreds of millions of years ago.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Geological Properties

Muonionalusta is a very rare and large meteorite slice from Sweden.

At one point, the Muonionalusta meteorite was part of an asteroid and was the iron core of that asteroid. It shattered into many pieces when it fell on our planet, and meteorite hunters have been searching for treasure in the area for years. In fact, it's estimated that over 40 pieces of the Muonionalusta meteorite have been found to date.

What Makes This Stony-Iron Meteorites Unique?

This meteorite is particularly unique due to its age and the fact that it contains stishovite, a rare mineral only found in a few meteorite impact structures. This mineral is thought to be related to the impact event that caused the formation of the stalagmites in the Muonionalusta meteorite.

How to Identify Meteorite Patterns

One of the most fascinating things about the Muonionalusta meteorite is its aesthetic beauty. The exquisite Widmannstätten pattern that appear on the surface of this space rock are truly unique and can't be reproduced on Earth. These patterns arise when a liquid alloy of iron and nickel cools down very slowly in low-gravity conditions – in other words, by only 1 degree Celsius every thousand years.

Are Meteorites Radioactive?

No. The wearable meteorite beads are carefully processed for safety wear. Meteorites contain radioactive elements, but not significantly more than any terrestrial rock. And those crafted for daily wear pieces are taken special care of by AWNL.

Differentiate Meteorites, Meteoroids, or Meteors

Meteoroids are space rocks. When the meteoroids enter Earth’s atmosphere at high speed, they will burn up as a fireball, called a shooting star or meteor. And when the meteors hit the earth and survive the trip, the remaining material on the planet is called a meteorite.

What Are the Muonionalusta Meteorite Benefits?

What's the Spiritual Meaning of Muonionalusta?

The Muonionalusta meteorite is believed to contain healing properties and benefits that can help with emotional balance and spiritual growth. It's known to resonate with the Crown chakra, which is believed to provide extraterrestrial awareness and improve mental clarity. Jewelry pieces made of this material can also serve as an original and unique gift to those fascinated by astral travels, giving them a journey through space and time.

Meteorite Value - Why Is Muonionalusta Meteorite So Valuable?

“The Muonionalusta meteorite is truly something special, " says astrophysicist Dr. Thomas Müller, based at Munich’s Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics. He is a scientific adviser to the BMW NIGHT SKY project and an enthusiastic Muonionalusta meteorite. It has proved to be the oldest iron meteorite we have on Earth. Its value also lies in its extraordinary aesthetics, as the exquisite Widmanstätten patterns are marked on this meteorite.

It's Time to Choose the Right Slice of Meteorite

Whether you're a jewelry enthusiast or simply fascinated by the mysteries of the cosmos, the Muonionalusta meteorite is an incredible addition to any collection. With its rare beauty and powerful energy, it's a truly unique and captivating piece that's sure to leave a lasting impression.

Meteorite Jewelry – Reaching for the Stars, A Romance from the Space

At AWNL, we take special care to craft stunning pieces of jewelry from the Muonionalusta meteorite that is safe to wear every day. Our collection of meteorite jewelry is designed to help you tap into the mysterious powers of the universe and make a bold statement wherever you go.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Jewelry in Sliced Design

AWNL Sword of Seven Seas Necklace

Discover the mesmerizing beauty of the Widmanstätten pattern showcased in the stunning sliced muonionalusta meteorite design. The intricate and fascinating texture of this natural wonder is sure to capture your attention with just a single glance. At AWNL, we create exquisite bracelets and pendants using this rare and remarkable material, embellished with Scandi myths and romantic stories to enhance its unique allure.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Jewelry in Pyramid Design

AWNL Pyramid Meteorite Necklace

The pyramid has been a symbol of worship and pursuit of eternity since ancient times, with the ancient Egyptians holding a devout belief in their gods, particularly the sun god. Wearing a pyramid-shaped meteorite is believed to connect the present with the divine universe, offering an unmatched level of protection and immersive power. These pyramids may feature a triangle-based or square-based design.

AWNL's Interstellar Collection is proud to showcase a striking pyramid meteorite design, bringing the unparalleled protection and power of ancient Egyptian mythology to our wearers. With this unique and awe-inspiring design, our customers can tap into the sacred energies of the past while making a bold statement with their fashion choices. Join us in embracing the mystique and power of the pyramid.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Jewelry in Sphere Design

AWNL Hawk's Eye Meteorite Bracelet

Resembling a planet in outer space, this unique piece adds a captivating touch to any outfit, as if you are wearing the actual earth spinning around you.

At AWNL, we take pride in our cutting-edge craftsmanship, ensuring that the Widmanstätten pattern is visible from all angles. Each piece is plated with the finest materials, including rhodium, white gold, rose gold, and gold color, each representing the full moon, the red lunar eclipse, and the orange moon.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Jewelry in Irregular-Shaped Design

AWNL Double Wrap Nuummite & Meteorite Bracelet

Introducing the AWNL collection of meteorite jewelry that exudes ruggedness, masculinity, and untamed energy with its irregularly shaped design. Unlike traditional jewelry pieces, our meteorite jewelry takes the form of a genuine rock, symbolizing the ever-changing nature of the world without a fixed shape or pattern. This design inspires wearers to break free from conformity and embrace a more creative and adventurous spirit that aligns with the pace of the world. Experience the raw, wild energy of the universe with AWNL's meteorite jewelry collection.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Jewelry in Cubical Design

AWNL Dragon Blood & Meteorite Bracelet

AWNL harnesses the power of geometric perfection in the form of a three-dimensional cube. Representing stability and permanence, the cube signifies the unshakable foundation of unchanging principles. By adopting this form, we imbue our jewelry with the enduring qualities of virtue and reliability. The cube's symmetrical lines and balanced proportions make it a powerful talisman, bringing an unwavering sense of purpose to those who wear it.

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