Prehistoric Meteoritic Impact Glass - Go to the link and read a very interesting story about this rock!

Libyan Desert Glass was formed 29 million years ago, very likely when an asteroid or comet hit the surface of the earth like a huge atomic bomb, unleashing enough destructive force to liquefy the rocks, sand and dirt at ground zero. It is a natural glass composed of nearly pure silica (98%), the purest natural glass in the world. A carved scarab on Tutankhamun’s jeweled breastplates is Libyan Desert Glass.

Bright, lustrous crystals of Native Copper. From the Calumet & Hecla Mine, Calumet, Houghton County, Michigan.

✯ A Lovely Piece of Libyan Desert Glass Specimen with Natural Hole and Pseudo remaglypts ✯

Goethite / Dachang mine, Qinglong County, Guizhou Province, China

Libyan desert glass. A tektite - something created from the impact of lightning or a meteorite. I like that eerie green, and Ive never seen a green tektite before. People at least as far back as the ancient Egyptians of Tutankhamuns day were using this material as a gemstone.

Tektite - meteorite impact - Libyan Desert Glass

Baltic amber, with an #insect #fossil inclusion (dated 30+ million years old).


Native Silver on Quartz matrix from Silver Islet, Ontario, Canada

Cave Calcite

a slice of the Fukang meteorite - so beautiful! When it slammed into the surface of Earth, there was little sign of the beauty that lay inside. But cutting the Fukang meteorite open yielded a breathtaking sight. Within the rock, translucent golden crystals of a mineral called olivine gleamed among a silvery honeycomb of nickel-iron.

Celestite~ An excellent healing stone. The blue celestite seems to cleanse the area of affectation, transmuting pain and chaos into light and love. From Love is in the Earth by Melody

zeolite pseudomorph

Sumatran agate.



Dioptase on Duftite and Calcite

Fluorite with Galena on Quartz

Pyromorphite - China